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Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare: 3 Sonatas

Paola Perrucci

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Harp Sonata in G Minor, Op. 2 No. 2  
1
I. Largo espressivo
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
2:00
2
II. Vivace agitato
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
6:32
3
III. Menuet
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
6:24
Harp Sonata in E Flat Major, Op. 9 No. 3  
4
I. Allegro
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
9:07
5
II. Adagio
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
7:30
6
III. Rondo pastorale
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
4:02
Grandes sonate in F Minor, Op. 18 No. 3  
7
I. Agitato con moto
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
12:53
8
II. Andantino
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
2:32
9
III. Rondo allegretto
Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare; Paola Perrucci
7:28
Total Playing Time    58:28
Italian harpist Paola Perrucci presents a collection of three solo sonatas by the little-known early 19th-century French composer Martin-Pierre D'Alvimare. Harpist to Queen Hortense of Holland (Napoleon's stepdaughter) for a time, D'Alvimare compositional style is clear and light but with shades of Romantic drama, making this release—expertly performed by Perrucci—a welcome addition to the recorded harp repertoire.
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