Apr 02, 2010
Arranged By: Leonard Handler, BMI(100.00%)
Pleasantville Music Publishing, BMI(50.00%)
If you've been keeping track of the new volumes here you no doubt have become familiar with the piano sonatas of Joseph Haydn. This sonata shows once again the talent and creativity of the composer. Using a very formulaic approach, Haydn is nevertheless able to make a truly unique and exciting piece of music, comprised primarily of simple motifs that are repeated and expounded upon to great effect. As with the composer's other sonatas, Haydn's Sonata 48 is engaging, unique and, most importantly, fun to listen to.