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Wydawnictwo: Hyperion
Nr katalogowy: CDA 67841
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2012
EAN: 34571178417
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): litewski
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: suita

Achron: Complete Suites for violin and piano

Hyperion - CDA 67841
Hagai Shaham, violin
Arnon Erez, piano
Nagrody i rekomendacje
BBC Music Choice
Hebrew Melody Op 33
Two Hebrew Pieces Op 35
Hebrew Dance
Hebrew Lullaby
Eli Zion
Prelude Op 13
Souvenir de Varsovie Op 14
Coquetterie Op 15
Serenade Op 17
Les sylphides Op 18
Berceuse Op 20
Dance Improvisation Op 37
Scher Op 42
Märchen Op 46
Liebeswidmung Op 51
Canzonetta Op 52 No 2
Zwei Stimmungen Op 32
No 1 in D minor
No 2 in B minor
Zwei Stimmungen Op 36
No 1 in G minor
No 2 in B major
Two Pastels Op 44
No 1 in A minor
No 2 in E minor
Stempenyu Suite
Stempenyu plays
Freilachs [2'48]
Suite No 1 ‘en style ancien’ Op 21
Prélude Tempo giusto
Gavotte Allegro moderato
Sicilienne Andantino
Fughetta Non troppo allegro
Gigue Allegro comodo
Suite No 2 Op 22
En passant Vivo e scorrendo
Menuet Allegretto aperto – Trio Un poco meno mosso
Moulin Vivace e gajamente assai
9 Intermezzo Cantabile e molto dramatico
Marionettes Allegro molto e scherzando
Quatre Tableaux fantastiques ‘Suite No 3’ Op 23
Andantino espressivo
Allegretto con grazia ma un pochino malinconico
Largo e fantastico
Allegro con agilita
Suite bizarre ‘Cycles des rythmes, Suite No 4’ Op 41
Étincelles Allegro molto
Quasi valse Allegro
Grâce Allegretto
Terrasses du palais Calmato
Grimaces Moderato
Galanterie Andantino
Pastorale Allegro vivo
Moment dramatique Adagio e molto espressivo
Marche grotesque Allegro giocoso
Children’s Suite arr JASCHA HEIFETZ (1901–1987)
Jumping with tongue out (Op 57 No 2)
Sleep, my puppy (Op 57 No 11)
Birdies (Op 57 No 12)
March of Toys
Mamma, tell a fairy tale (Op 57 No 4)
The Top (Op 57 No 8)
The Caravan (Op 57 No 18)
Parade with presents (Op 57 No 20)
Pensée de Leopold Auer
La romanesca
Admired by Schoenberg (who described him as ‘one of the most underestimated of modern composers’), Joseph Achron was a boundary defying violinist-composer of extraordinary gifts. He drew on his Jewish faith to profound effect, from the early influence of his cantor father to his enthusiastic championing of the Society for Jewish Folk Music (which did for Jewish music what Bartók did for Eastern European folk culture). It’s hardly surprising that much of Achron’s music is for violin he was a consummate player himself and a prolific recitalist. But what’s striking is how varied and exploratory his output is, delighting in experimentation, as the wonderfully named Suite bizarre demonstrates, just as much as the direct emotionalism of his transcriptions of Hebraic melodies. Who better to present this music than two artists steeped in similar traditions to Achron: Hagai Shaham and Arnon Erez.

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