+Berceuse d'Artacho Enia op. 52;Mythen op. 30;Romanze op. 23;
Notturno & Tarantella op. 28;Chant de Roxane aus "King Roger"

  • Künstler: Miriam Kramer, Nicholas Durcan
  • Label: Naxos, DDD, 2005
  • Bestellnummer: 2841960
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12.3.2007
  1. 1 Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 9: I. Allegro moderato Start
  2. 2 Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 9: II. Andantino tranquillo e dolce Start
  3. 3 Violin Sonata In D Minor, Op. 9: Iii. Finale: Allegro Molto, Quasi Presto Start
  4. 4 Kolysanka (Lullaby), Op. 52, "La berceuse d'Aitacho Enia": Lullaby, Op. 52, "La berceuse d'Aitacho Enia" Start
  5. 5 Myths, Op. 30: No. 1. La fontaine d'Arethuse Start
  6. 6 Myths, Op. 30: No. 2. Narcisse Start
  7. 7 Myths, Op. 30: No. 3. Dryades et Pan Start
  8. 8 Romance in D major, Op. 23 Start
  9. 9 Nocturne: Lento assai Start
  10. 10 Nocturne and Tarantella, Op. 28: Tarantella: Presto appassionato Start
  11. 11 Krol Roger (King Roger), Op. 46: Roxana's aria (arr. P. Kochanski): King Roger, Op. 46: Roxana's Song (arr. for violin a Start


Although they are less central to his output than orchestral, vocal or piano music, Karol Szymanowski wrote a number of works for violin and piano, spanning his entire career. Composed in 1904, the emotionally turbulent Violin Sonata is one of several large-scale instrumental works that emerged during Szymanowski's first phase, in which the influences of Chopin and Scriabin are combined with those of the German late-Romantics. The intense and virtuosic Notturno and Tarantella (1915), draws on the Impressionism of Debussy and early Stravinsky but also on Middle Eastern culture and folklore. Unfolding in warmly lyrical writing, the Romance (1910) is cut from the same exotic cloth as the First Violin Concerto [Naxos 8.553685].

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