The Ladies’ Morning Musical Club presents


Richard Goode has been hailed for music-making of tremendous emotional power, depth and expressiveness and has been acknowledged worldwide as one of today’s leading interpreters of Classical and Romantic music. In regular performances with the major orchestras, recitals in the world’s music capitals and through his extensive and acclaimed Nonesuch recordings, he has won a large and devoted following

“It is virtually impossible to walk away from one of Mr. Goode’s recitals without the sense of having gained some new insight, subtle or otherwise, into the works he played or about pianism itself.
— The New York Times.

His discography is extensive and focuses on the core repertory of eighteenth and nineteenth-century composers, including the five Beethoven piano concertos, which have won worldwide acclaim. Goode’s historic recordings of the complete Beethoven sonatas on Nonesuch Records were recently reissued in recognition of the 25th anniversary of this set. Goode served, together with Mitsuko Uchida, as co-Artistic Director of the Marlboro Music School and Festival.
7th LMMC recital.


HAYDN     (1732-1809)
Variations in F minor, Hob.XVII:6 (1793)

MOZART     (1756-1791)
Sonata in F major, K533/494
Allegro (1788)
Andante (1788)
Rondo (1786)

BEETHOVEN    (1770-1827)
Sonata in E flat major, Opus 81a
‘Lebewohl’ (1809-1810)
Das Lebewohl: Adagio – Allegro
Abwesenheit: Andante espressivo
Das Wiedersehen: Vivacissimamente

JANÁČEK      (1854-1928)
In the Mist (1912)
Molto adagio

CHOPIN      (1810-1849)
Impromptu in G flat major, Opus 51 (1842)
4 Mazurkas
1. C major, Opus 24 No. 2, Allegro non troppo
2. B major, Opus 41 No. 2, Animato
3. A flat major, Opus 41 No. 3, Allegretto
4. C sharp minor, Opus 50 No. 3, Moderato

CHOPIN      (1810-1849)
Fantasy in F minor, Opus 49 (1841)

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