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Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Nr katalogowy: CDA 67699
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2010
EAN: 34571176994
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): czeski, węgierski
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata

Janacek / Dohnanyi: Violin Sonatas

Hyperion - CDA 67699
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Hagai Shaham, violin
Arnon Erez, piano
Dohnany:
Violin Sonata in C sharp minor Op 21
Ruralia hungarica Op 32c
Romanza arranged by Jascha Heifetz from Orchestral Suite No 1 in F sharp minor

Janacek:
Violin Sonata JW VII/7
Dumka JW VII/4
Allegro movement discarded from the Violin Sonata
Lístek odvanutý ‘A blown-away Leaf’ arranged by Jan Svetevdronv from ‘On the Overgrown Path’
Hagai Shaham and Arnon Erez have been enthusiastically acclaimed for their dazzling duo performances: their infectiously relaxed bravado and continual flexibility belying their impeccable ensemble. For their latest disc they turn to two composers who are seminal figures in the development of Eastern European music during the early twentieth century. Dohnányi was one of the pivotal figures in Hungary’s musical life. He composed a number of significant pieces for the violin, including two violin concertos; his most important chamber work for violin and piano is the Violin Sonata in C sharp minor Op 21, composed in 1912. Dohnányi was by then thirty-five years of age, and the Sonata is a fully mature work showing his individual development of stylistic traits of Brahms and Liszt combined with a structural economy which reflects the close study of Brahms’s sonatas. Also recorded here is Dohnányi’s most overtly folk-influenced work, Ruralia hungarica, and a movement from his First Orchestral Suite, in F sharp minor Op 19, Romanza, arranged as a thoroughly idiomatic piece for violin and piano by Jascha Heifetz. In the first days of World War I Dohnányi’s native Hungary was invaded by the Russian army, which seemed for a time to herald the end of Austrian dominance in the region. This portentous event provided the creative spark for Leoš Janácvek’s Violin Sonata (his only surviving violin sonata; two very early ones he composed in Dresden and Vienna in 1880 are lost), at least according to Janácvek himself. Other works by Janácvek heard in this recital include early pieces from his student years, and an arrangement of the delicate mood study ‘A blown-away Leaf’ from the celebrated piano work On the Overgrown Path.



Recording details: January 2009; Jerusalem Music Centre, Israel; Produced by Eric Wen; Engineered by Zvi Hirshler; Release date: April 2010;

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