Enescu: Violin Sonatas

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Composer & Artist:
Composer: George Enescu
Artists: Szalai Antal (violin), Balog Jozsef (piano)

Pablo Casals called George Enescu (1881-1955) ‘the greatest musical phenomenon since Mozart’. For many people he is remembered as one of the greatest violin virtuosos of the 20th century. Whilst true, that would be to recognise only one facet of this artist. He considered himself primarily a composer (he also was a fine pianist and conductor), and though his most famous work is the early Romanian Rhsapsody No.1, this colourfully nationalistic effort is a world away from the individual and sophisticated style of his chamber and orchestra music. These show Enescu to be every bit the equal of his contemporaries Bartok, Kodaly, Janácek, Martinu and Szymanowski.

Like his contemporaries, he was very aware of the heritage of the traditional music of his country, and his style is a highly personal blend of folk music with the chromatic language of Wagner and Faure’s sophistication and delicacy. Early in his career he played in orchestras conducted by Brahms, and studied in Paris with Massenet and Faure – Ravel was a fellow pupil.

Tracklist:
00:00:00 Sonata No.1 in D, Op.2: I. Allegro viVo
00:07:23 Sonata No.1 in D, Op.2: II. Quasi adagio
00:17:33 Sonata No.1 in D, Op.2: III. Allegro
00:25:08 Sonata No.2 in F Minor, Op.6: I. Assez mouvementé
00:33:14 Sonata No.2 in F Minor, Op.6: II. Tranquillement
00:40:15 Sonata No.2 in F Minor, Op.6: III. vif
00:47:56 Sonata No.3 in A Minor, Op.25 ‘dans le caractère Populaire roumain’: I. Moderato malinconico
00:56:28 Sonata No.3 in A Minor, Op.25 ‘dans le caractère Populaire roumain’: II. Andante sostenuto e misterioso
01:04:49 Sonata No.3 in A Minor, Op.25 ‘dans le caractère Populaire roumain’: III. Allegro con brio, ma Non trOppo mosso02:36:15 Walzer, Op. Posth.: VII. Finale

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