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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    therein Sontraud Speidel Plays Sonatas The Fortune of the Hour An Exciting Rediscovery Decided Quickly and Won Bravuras From the Years Before the German Revolution 1848 The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in the Heidelberg Town Hall Inspired by Service for the Art Love and Passion Interview in PTNA Magazine Tokyo The Architect Muenchinger The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in the Heidelberg Town Hall By Helmut Haack The Pianist Sontraud Speidel from Karlsruhe

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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    was the Event of the Evening Sontraud Speidel Kindles Fireworks All of him lies therein Sontraud Speidel Plays Sonatas The Fortune of the Hour An Exciting Rediscovery Decided Quickly and Won Bravuras From the Years Before the German Revolution 1848 The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in the Heidelberg Town Hall Inspired by Service for the Art Love and Passion Interview in PTNA Magazine Tokyo Inspired by Service for the Art Sontraud

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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    The Fortune of the Hour An Exciting Rediscovery Decided Quickly and Won Bravuras From the Years Before the German Revolution 1848 The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra in the Heidelberg Town Hall Inspired by Service for the Art Love and Passion Interview in PTNA Magazine Tokyo Love and Passion By Klaus Trapp The pianist Sontraud Speidel has been standing up for works of female composers for a long time The program she played during the Darmstadt Piano Summer in the Centralstation contained pieces by female composers from the Romantic era Margareta Danzi was represented with some variations and Clara Schumann with her four Pièces fugitives that are full of contrasts also Fanny Hensel Mendelssohn with two pieces and Ilse Fromm Michael s suite Four Dolls In short descriptions the pianist spoke about the difficult situation of women in earlier times if they chose the inappropriate passion of composing Speidel pointed out with her poetic and sophisticated piano playing that these compositions are worth listening to In the case of Fanny Hensel the virtuoso approach was surprising These short works were complemented by a sensitive interpretation of Robert Schumann s Scenes From Childhood and two posthumous pieces by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy After intermission

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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    the starting point Professor Speidel breathes new life into unknown pieces by Mendelssohn s sister Fanny Hensel Clara Schumann or T Kirchner all from the 19th century Her entire interest and energy is dedicated not only to the discovery of unknown works she also organizes concerts for children and she is the founder of Piano Podium a network for musicians Discovering new standards and passing them on other people is drawn forward by her inquisitiveness You are known for discovering and playing the works of female composers and many other unknown pieces I recorded the works of Fanny Hensel and Clara Schumann Also I played in concert variations by Mozart s son and a piece for piano four hands by Johann Beethoven a brother of Ludwig van Beethoven Now it is internationally known that I am very committed in this field Therefore even private persons who own the original manuscripts often come to me Also radio and television companies request me to record rarely played pieces and these are not only works from the Romantics but also from the Impressionists and modern pieces Why do you play such pieces which did not become well known in the history of music Because this music is so beautiful In the 19th century the women were intensively bound to the kitchen the church and bringing up their children Nevertheless there were some talented women who were able to develop their aptitude For example Felix Mendelssohn estimated the talent of his sister Fanny Hensel very much and obviously he was even jealous Some of the early published pieces by Felix were really composed by Fanny Hensel Of course she could release her compositions later with her own name And how do you come to the music of Impressionism and modern music There are many

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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    Twelve Musical Pictures for String Orchestra Sontraud Speidel piano und the Suedwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim Conductor Vladislav Czarnecki ebs 6118 Reinecke concert piece first recording The soloist is Sontraud Speidel here she can develop her mastership as a soloist DeutschlandRadio programme DEUTSCHLANDFUNK The climax is of course the concert piece for piano and orchestra with Sontraud Speidel as soloist The additional woodwinds complements the playing of the pianist excellently On the

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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    Review Exemplary pizzicato Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756 1991 Piano Sonatas with additional second piano part by Edvard Grieg Edvard Grieg 1843 1907 Peer Gynt Suites No 1 2 arranged for four hand piano With Evelinde Trenkner Dabringhaus und Grimm MDG 930 1382 6 Double CD very delicate most sophisticated even charming This has caliber This delivers taste FONO FORUM Trenkner and Speidel are impressive interpreters of these scores an interpretation that blends etheral lightness and sturdiness profound emotion marvellous blend of dramatic quality and intesity of feeling in the subtle and constantly changing moods of the closely related Sonata KV 457 and the Fantasia KV475 Trenkner and Speidel perform the Grieg Suites with such a high degree of empathy it is as if the music had been composed especially for them MDG have picked a winning combination with the supreme talents of Trenkner and Speidel MUSICWEB International Franz Schubert 1797 1828 Rosamunde D 797 transcription for four hand piano by Arnold Schoenberg first recording Lebensstuerme D 947 With Evelinde Trenkner MDG 330 0763 2 Perfectly calibrated duo Trenkner Speidel The interpretation which fulfills all demands for clarity and clear form FonoForum My favorite keyboard team Billboard Collector s item Klassieke Zaken In Schoenberg s piano duet arrangement is so delightful that I was able to enjoy the music without suffering any traumatic memories Evelinde Trenkner and Sontraud Speidel play with all the verve sensitivity and sound musical judgement I found this is another welcome disc from two outstanding musicians Fanfare A first rank enrichment of the reperoire ÖMZ Anton Bruckner 1824 1896 Symphony No 3 in d minor arrangement for four hand piano by Gustav Mahler With Evelinde Trenkner first recording MDG 330 0591 2 Thrilling rarity An orchestra with four hands Badische Neueste Nachrichten Gustav Mahler eminent pupil of Bruckner created the four handed piano version from Bruckner s Third Symphony here the second edition from 1877 The very good recording technique conserves a completely full and warm piano sound FonoForum Far from being derivative the Mahler arrangement heard here represents the recording premiere of the original text these performers have a keenly focused sense of musical line and architectural evolution the Adagio and Finale being particularly impressive The recording is of outstanding quality you d better get used to it because Bruckner s Third will never seem the same again Fanfare Nominating five outstanding issues happy that Gustav Mahler s piano duet arrangement of Bruckner s Symphony No 3 has found the committed advocacy it deserves in the hand of the Trenkner Speidel duo Fanfare Max Reger 1873 1916 Works for Two Pianos complete recording Beethoven Variations op 86 Mozart Variations op 132a Introduction Passacaglia and Fugue op 96 With Evelinde Trenkner MDG 330 0765 2 On the two Steinway grand pianos they develop a sound volume which has been recorded in fantastic fullness Music Manual Power and fragility Due to the excellent coordination sometimes it can be felt by the sound distribution in the room that more

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  • Sontraud Speidel, Pianist
    9127 Vinzenz Lachner 1811 1893 Chamber Music and Piano Pieces Sontraud Speidel plays the Zwei Klavierstuecke op 52 1874 Chamber music with Irene Guedel violoncello Jost Michaels piano Kolja Lessing violin Joachim Draheim piano Alfons Kade piano Heinrich Schiff violoncello and Christian Zacharias piano BM CD 31 9130 Pianist Sontraud Speidel who ennobles Lachner s piano music by brilliant playing Badische Neueste Nachrichten Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Rondo KV 269 and Violin Sonatas KV 301 304 and 454 Maria Elisabeth Lott plays the violin from Mozart s childhood Andreas Ferdinand Mayr Salzburg 1735 Sontraud Speidel fortepiano Anton Walter Vienna 1790 Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg Conductor Markus Tomasi EMI Classics 5 56872 2 This is something exceptional Here is a disc of music by Mozart played by a most gifted 12 year old born in 1987 on Mozart s own violin dating from 1735 and owned by his sister Nannerl the very instrument he used as a child The fortepiano used dates from 1790 and is also from the Mozarteum So far as the sonatas are concerned we have a very authentic Mozartian sound and so far as I am concerned impressive and convincing reading wholly in accordance with the music There is

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