His deep passion and life-long dedication of developing early piano techniques and compositional works touted him as the greatest piano master who ever lived and eventually recognized as the “father of the piano” by those who had witnessed his impeccable skills with the instrument.
The composer’s fame skyrocketed primarily due to his Opus 2 Sonatas. Despite of his leaps and bounds, Clementi refrain from any further public performances to concentrate entirely on composition. In 1813, he founded the Philharmonic Society of London with a few other musicians!
Although some would say that his works lack challenge and complexity, many experts including Mozart himself admitted that his pieces are harder and quite challenging to play.
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