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SONATAS FOR FORTEPIANO..

MOZART, W.A.

VOL.1 / ISABELLE FAUST/ALEXANDER MELNIKOV

CD   1 disc(s)   08-11-2018
Classical | Chamber Music

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Extra info: VOL.1 / ISABELLE FAUST/ALEXANDER MELNIKOV
Maatschappij: Play it again Sam
Label: HARMONIA MUNDI
Barcode: 3149020934852
Artikelcode: W92518
Suffix - prefix: 902360 HMM
Solist(en): ISABELLE FAUST/ALEXANDER MELNIKOV

Isabelle Faust (violin), Alexander Melnikov (piano)

In this first volume of Mozart’s duos, Isabelle Faust and Alexander Melnikov revive on period instruments the tradition
of the ‘sonata for keyboard with violin accompaniment’. Born in the middle of the Age of Enlightenment, this rather unusual
concept continued to thrive in the era of Viennese Classicism, even if, long before Beethoven, Mozart swiftly sealed its fate by instigating (or, in a sense, restoring) an increasingly lively conversation between the two instruments. What a beautiful couple they were to make! Here is the first chapter in their story...

Mozart:
 Violin Sonata No. 21 in E minor, K304
 Violin Sonata No. 23 in D major, K306
 Violin Sonata No. 35 in A major, K526

"For those attuned to the less refined sound of period instruments, Faust and Melnikov demand to be heard."
Gramophone Magazine - November 2018

"...Een en al sprankelend muziekplezier, deze aanpak van Isabelle Faust en Alaxander Melnikov."
LUISTER MAGAZINE 736 - LUISTER TIEN

"For those attuned to the less refined sound of period instruments, Faust and Melnikov demand to be heard."
Gramophone Magazine - November 2018

"Both players on this warmly recorded release respond to the distinctive soundworlds of these works with performances of great subtlety and flexibility. As in her recordings of the Mozart Violin Concertos, Isabelle Faust uses vibrato extremely sparingly, but still manages to create an astonishing variety of timbres…Melnikov, performing on a modern reproduction of an Anton Walter fortepiano, also maximises the textural variety in Mozart’s writing."
BBC Music Magazine - January 2019 *****

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