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Piano Sonata No. 62 in E-Flat Major, Hob. XVI: 52 (Joseph Haydn)

1
I. Allegro
00:07:37

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

2
II. Adagio
00:06:57

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

3
III. Finale - Presto
00:04:57

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

Piano Sonata No. 33 in C Minor, Hob. XVI: 20 (Joseph Haydn)

4
I. Moderato
00:05:28

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

5
II. Andante con moto
00:04:02

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

6
III. Finale - Allegro
00:03:57

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

Piano Sonata No. 50 in D Major Hob. XVI:37 (Joseph Haydn)

7
I. Allegro con brio
00:03:35

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

8
II. Largo e sostenuto
00:02:32

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

9
III. Finale - Presto ma non troppo
00:02:14

Alexis Weissenberg, Main Artist, Piano - Joseph Haydn, Composer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Alan Zentz, Recording Engineer

(P) 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

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