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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: HC 18027
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2018
EAN: 881488180275
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): francuski, niemiecki
Instrumenty: altówka, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata

Schumann / Franck: Sonatas

Haenssler - HC 18027
Berlin Chamber Duo:
Máté Szücs, viola
Michele Gurdal, piano
Robert Schumann:
Sonate for piano and viola in A minor, Op. 105
Liederzyklus, Op. 48 - "Dichterliebe"
Liederzyklus, Op. 35 - "Kerner Lieder"

Cesar Franck:
Sonate in A major for piano and viola
This CD with its Romantic-era programme has been recorded in dedication of our love of the viola and the music of Robert Schumann. This first-ever recording on the viola of the Sonata in A minor op. 105 for violin and piano by Robert Schumann is truly a landmark for the viola repertoire and for the listening public. On the viola, the sonata sounds fantastic, very natural, and gains in new, warm, expressive timbres which serve to emphasise the deep resonant tone of the sonata. The songs we have selected offer a lovely variety of moods and characters. They represent a premiere on CD. César Franck’s wonderful and well-known sonata matches the works by Schumann perfectly, for all three of the varied themes addressed on this CD come together to form an overall programme inspired by the high Romantic era. (Exerpts from the Booklet. Text by Berlin Chamber Duo - Máté Szücs, viola and Michele Gurdal, piano)

Máté Szücs has been the principal solo violist of the Berlin Philharmonic since September 2011 and has taught at the Karajan Academy since 2014.

Michele Gurdal was only nine years of age when she played the solo in Joseph Haydn’s Piano Concerto in G Major with the Belgian Chamber Orchestra live on Belgian television.

Recordings: 21.09.2015, 23.09.2015, Berlin, Studio Britz

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