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ACD22178 - January, 1999

Musique slave

On both sides of the Carpathian Mountains, at the turn of the 20th century, the violin repertoire experienced ans exceptionally rich blossoming. In Bohemia, Antón Dvořák and, to a lesser extent Joseph Suk, wrote for this instrument works that were soon to become staples of the repertoire. Less famous than Dvořák, the Moravian composer Leoš Janáček has left the stamp of his personality – as engaging as it is unclassifiable – on the pages he wrote for this instrument. Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain range, Karol Szymanowski was treading the paths of Richard Strauss and Scriabin, later evolving a personal language in which the violin was always to hold a privileged position.

 
 
 
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Disque No 1

Sonate pour violon et piano en ré mineur, op. 9
Szymanowski, Karol
$3.99
1
Allegro moderato

10:08
$1.99
2
Andantino tranquillo e dolce

7:08
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3
Finale - Allegro molto quasi presto

5:35
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4
Air de Roxanne, extrait Opéra Le Roi Roger op.46
Szymanowski, Karol
5:21
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Sonate pour violon et piano 1913-1927
Janácek, Leos
$3.49
5
Con moto

5:18
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6
Ballada - Con moto

4:38
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7
Allegretto

2:36
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8
Adagio

4:21
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Quatre pièces romantiques pour violon et piano, op. 75
Dvorak, Antonin
$3.49
9
Allegro moderato

3:39
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10
Allegro maestoso

2:55
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11
Allegro appassionato

3:12
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12
Larghetto

4:36
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Quatre pièces pour violon et piano, op.17
Suk, Josef
$3.49
13
Quasi Ballata - Andante sostenuto

6:00
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14
Appasionato - Vivace

4:14
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15
Un poco triste - Andante espressivo

4:14
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16
Burleska - Allegro vivace

3:22
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