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Wydawnictwo: Biddulph
Nr katalogowy: BID 85044-2
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2024
EAN: 744718504428
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Epoka muzyczna: klasycyzm, barok
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: suita, partita, sonata

Bach / Beethoven / Mozart: Adila Fachiri & Marie Soldat

Biddulph - BID 85044-2
Adila Fachiri, violin
Marie Soldat, violin
Donald Francis Tovey, piano
Bach, Johann Sebastian:
Orchestral Suite no.3 in D major, BWV1068:
II Air 'Air on the G string'
Partita for solo violin no.1 in B minor, BWV1002:
III Sarabande
Partita for solo violin no.3 in E major, BWV1006:
III Gavotte en rondeau
I Preludio
Sonata for solo violin no.3 in C major, BWV1005:
III Largo
The Art of Fugue (Die Kunst der Fuge), BWV1080:
Contrapunctus XIV (compl. DF Tovey) Violin Sonata no.2 in A major, BWV1015:
III Andante un poco

Beethoven, Ludwig van:
Romance no.2 in F major for violin and orchestra, op.50
Violin Sonata no.10 in G major, op.96

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus:
Violin Concerto no.5 in A major, K219 'Turkish':
I Allegro aperto

Schumann, Robert:
Klavierstucke (12) for piano four hands, op.85:
no.12 Abendlied (arr. Wilhelmj)

Spohr, Louis:
Violin Concerto no.9 in D minor, op.55:
II Adagio
This release features rare recordings by two important female violinists: Adila Fachiri and Marie Soldat. Both of them studied with the great Hungarian violinist Joseph Joachim, and Adila Fachiri was his great-niece.

Adila Fachiri (1893-1962) was born in Budapest and inherited Joachim’s 1715 Strad. The two solo Bach movements reissued on this CD display her classical pedigree, but the most important recordings she made were those with the remarkable British musician Donald Francis Tovey (1875-1940). Renowned for his Essays in Musical Analysis, Tovey was dubbed by Joachim himself as ‘the greatest musician of our times, since Brahms’. In her recordings with Tovey, Fachiri noted that Tovey ‘preserved that freedom of rhythm which is not connected with time, but is the essence of all that makes a real musical genius’.

The artistry of Marie Soldat (1863-1955) is particularly because of her close friendship with Brahms. After hearing her play, the venerable composer invited her to give a concert with him and helped sponsor her studies with his friend Joachim. He was so impressed by her playing that he once said that her name Soldat (‘soldier’ in German) should be changed to General. Soldat had a long solo career that lasted until the Great War, when she eventually became the leader of an all-female string quartet that bore her name. Soldat’s only solo recordings are extremely rare and are among the most valuable aural documents from a nineteenth-century violinist. More importantly, they convey the loftiness and nobility of her musicianship.

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