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Sometimes called the Spanish answer to Viennese classicism, Padre Antonio Soler was a contemporary of Mozart and a pupil of the legendary Domenico Scarlati. Soler spent his life as a priest, living and working at the famous monastery of El Escorial. Now famous for his spectacular piano sonatas brimming with Spanish flare, Soler's musical works were long forgotten until this pioneering recording of 13 sonatas by pianist Marie-Luise Hinrichs rescued them from oblivion. Released as part of EMI Classic's Red Line series, this recording is an excellent addition to any collection.
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