Kate Loder: Piano Music

Kate Loder (1825–1904) – a child-prodigy pianist from a family of musicians in Bath, in south-west England – was one of the first students at the Royal Academy of Music in London and one of Britain’s brightest young virtuosi. But Victorian prejudice thwarted a promising career: her well-to-do husband would not allow her to perform in public and so, as Lady Thomson, she became an important teacher and society hostess – and she continued to compose, including two sets of virtuoso studies that sit downstream from Chopin and Schubert.

Ian Hobson, piano

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Catalogue No: TOCC0321
EAN/UPC: 5060113443212
Release Date: 01.03.2017
Composer: Kate Loder
Artists: Ian Hobson

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    Twelve Studies, Book 1 (publ. 1852)

  1. No. 1 in C major
  2. No. 2 in G major
  3. No. 3 in D major
  4. No. 4 in B flat major
  5. No. 5 in E minor
  6. No. 6 in A major
  7. No. 7 in E flat major
  8. No. 8 in G major
  9. No. 9 in D minor
  10. No. 10 in F major
  11. No. 11 in C minor
  12. No. 12 in E major
  13. Twelve Studies, Book 2 (c. 1853)

  14. No. 1 in C major
  15. No. 2 in E major
  16. No. 3 in E minor
  17. No. 4 in A major
  18. No. 5 in A minor
  19. No. 6 in F major
  20. No. 7 in B flat minor
  21. No. 8 in E flat major
  22. No. 9 in G major
  23. No. 10 in G minor
  24. No. 11 in D major
  25. No. 12 in F sharp minor
  26. Three Romances (1853)

  27. No. 2 in A flat
  28. Pensée Fugitive in A flat (1858)
  29. Voyage Joyeux in A major (c. 1868)
  30. Mazurka in A minor (1895)
  31. Mazurka in B minor (1899)

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