September 20th 2014, Société Historique et Littéraire Polonaise, Paris. Concert for the European Heritage Day

Francesco Mazzoli in concert presents his last recording, the complete harpsichord work by Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg


Francesco Mazzoli in Paris presented one of his most beloved field of study to which he dedicated a thesis - awarded by the Center of Musical Studies "Ferruccio Busoni" -, a lot of recitals and CDs: Ferruccio Busoni's pianistic vision about some pieces by J. S. Bach as well as the magnificent Andantino from the piano concerto K 271 by W. A. Mozart.

This recital has also been the occasion to present the last CD recorded by Francesco Mazzoli, a complete harpsichord work containing various first world recordings and which represents an author unfairly forgotten, creator of some marvellous pages of the late-baroque period: Friedrich-Wilhelm Marpurg.




Fantasy and fugue in D minor BWV 905

Toccata and fugue in D minor BWV 913

Concerto and fugue in C minor BWV 909



Andantino from the piano concerto K 271



Tambourins I, II,III

Le coucou

La plaintive Philis

Gavotte et double

Les petits trots

Les remoulers

La Frivole

La Nymphe marine

Le Diable à quatre