The "Original" Diabelli Variations!

Ignaz Aßmayer (1790-1862), Carl Maria von Bocklet (1801-1881), Leopold Eustache Czapek (fl. early 19th cen.), Carl Czerny (1791-1857), Joseph Czerny (1785-1842), Moritz Graf von Dietrichstein (1775-1864), Joseph Drechsler (1782-1852), Emanuel Aloys Förster (1748-1823), Franz Jakob Freystädtler (1768-1841), Johann Baptist Gänsbacher (1778-1844), Josef Gelinek (1758-1825), Anton Halm (1789-1872), Joachim Hoffmann (1788-c.1856), Johann Horzalka (1798-1860), Joseph Hugelman (1768-1839), Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778-1837), Anselm Hüttenbrenner (1794-1868), Frédéric Kalkbrenner (1785-1849), Friedrich August Kanne (1778-1833), Joseph Kerzkowsky (1791-?), Conradin Kreutzer (1780-1849), Heinrich Eduard Josef Baron von Lannoy (1787-1853), Maximilian Joseph Leidesdorf (1787-1840), Franz Liszt (1811-1886), Joseph Mayseder (1789-1853), Ignaz Moscheles (1794-1870), Ignaz Franz Edler von Mosel (1772-1844), Franz Xaver Mozart (1791-1844), Joseph Panny (1794-1838), Hieronymus Payer (1787-1845), Johann Peter Pixis (1788-1874), Wenzel Plachy (1785-1858), Gottfried Rieger (1754-1855), Philipp Jacob Riotte (1776-1856), Franz de Paula Roser (1779-1830), Johann Baptist Schenk (1753-1836), Franz Schoberlechner (1797-1843), Franz Schubert (1797-1828), Simon Sechter (1788-1867), Serenissimus Rudolphus Dux (1788-1831), Maximilan Abbé Stadler (1748-1835), Joseph de Szálay (1800-1850), Vaclav Jan Tomasek (1774-1850), Michael Umlauf (1781-1842), Friedrich Dionysius Weber (1766-1842), Franz Weber (1805-1876), Charles Angelus de Winkhler (c.1800-1845), Franz Weiss (1778-1830), Johann Nepomuk August Wittassek (1770-1839), Jan Hugo Vorisek (1791-1825): 50 Variations on a Waltz by Diabelli, LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827): 33 Variations on a Waltz by A. Diabelli, Op. 120.

Catalogue Number: 07R027

Label: Brilliant Classics

Reference: 94836

Format: CD

Price: $11.98

Description: Here's what Diabelli originally had in mind (Beethoven decided to pig out on the idea and do an entire set of his own) when he issued his theme and invitation to a boatload of composers to write a single variation on it each in 1819. The complete set was finally published in 1823 (Liszt was 11 when he wrote his) and provides an interesting look at Viennese musical personalities, some still famous and many more now unknown, of the time. This has been done before, the last time by Doris Adam on Camerata in 2004 (03F033 - no longer available) but this is probably its first budget-priced recording. And you get the Beethoven too on the first CD... 2 CDs. Pier Paolo Vincenzi (piano).


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