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Wydawnictwo: Avi Music
Nr katalogowy: AVI 8553027
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2021
EAN: 4260085530274
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata

Schubert: Violin & Piano

Avi Music - AVI 8553027
Mihaela Martin, violin
Elena Bashkirova, piano
Nagrody i rekomendacje
klassik heute 10
Sonatina No. 1 for Piano and Violin in D Major, Op. 137 posth., D 384
Sonatina No. 2 for Piano and Violin in A Minor, Op. 137 posth., D 385
Sonatina No. 3 for Piano and Violin in G Minor, Op. 137 posth., D 408
Rondo brilliant for Piano and Violin in B minor, Op. 70, D 895
“Schubert’s music is always associated in my imagination with a journey in a horse-drawn carriage. Outside, the scenery is flowing by. Cities, mountains, rivers, lakes, villages. At times the carriage slows down, then it speeds up again, but I always have that feeling of being on a journey. Not on foot and not on horse, but in a carriage on wheels.” (Elena Bashkirova)

The year 1816 ushered in a series of new beginnings for 19-year old Franz Schubert. He had applied for a music teaching job in Laibach (and soon would probably be overjoyed in secret that he was turned down, thus avoiding the task of school teaching, which he abhorred). He sent Goethe a notebook with songs of his pen, hoping, in vain, that he would be allowed to dedicate them to the “prince of poets”. He dreamt of his future wedding with the soprano Therese Grob. And he composed incessantly. Apart from countless songs, Schubert’s catalogue already included a half-dozen works for the stage, three masses, sixteen string quartets, overtures, piano music, and choir pieces. Now, in the course of just a few weeks, he wrote his 4th Symphony, the “Tragic”. A cantata likewise flowed from his pen. And the Stabat Mater. Fourteen new songs. Furthermore: three sonatas “for fortepiano and violin”, his first chamber music works for violin.

Schubert probably intended these sonatas as music for domestic use: perhaps for Ferdinand, his favorite brother, who, one year thereafter, arranged them for orchestra with Schubert’s approval.

(Excerpt of the line notes by Eva Blaskewitz)

Recording Location: III 2019, Studio b-sharp, Berlin Pankow/Germany. Piano: Steinway D. Mihaela Martin plays a violin by J. B. Guadagnini that dates from 1748.

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