2/12. Clara Haskill plays Mozart's Piano Sonata in C and Steven Osborne presents an eclectic and imaginative journey from Joplin to Peterson.
Two great pianists from the past and present are represented in this programme. The Romanian pianist Clara Haskil, renowned for her interpretations of Mozart, performs Mozart's Piano Sonata KV330, recorded at the 1957 Festival from the Freemason's Hall, Edinburgh. In contrast, Scottish-born pianist Steven Osborne (who won the prestigious Clara Haskil Piano Competition in Vevey, Switzerland, as a young man in 1991) presents an eclectic and imaginative journey from Joplin to Peterson from the 2010 Queen's Hall Series at the Edinburgh International Festival.
Mozart: Piano Sonata in C, KV330
Clara Haskil, piano
Joplin: Maple Leaf Rag
Gershwin: Three Preludes
Ives: Three-page Sonata
Kapustin: 24 Preludes in Jazz Style, Nos 3, 7, 18, 23 & 25
Oscar Peterson: Indiana
Young: My Foolish Heart
Steven Osborne, piano.