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Vengerov Plays Bach, Shchedrin & Ysaÿe

Maxim Vengerov

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For some people, a whole disc of solo violin music is more solo violin music than they ever want to hear. For those people, this disc by the Russian virtuoso Maxim Vengerov comes highly recommended: 66 minutes of virtuoso violin playing and all of it fascinating music. The four solo sonatas by Eugène Ysaÿe that open the disc are astoundingly difficult for the player, but astonishingly compelling for the listener. Sonata No. 2 "Obsession" has snatches of Bach set alongside snippets of the medieval Dies Irae chant, creating a frightening soundscape that Vengerov gallops across like the Headless Horseman. Sonata No. 3 "Ballade" is a dramatic tone poem for solo violin that Vengerov acts as well as plays. The Sonata No. 4 was dedicated to the great Vienna violinist Fritz Kreisler and Vengerov plays it with all the charm of old Vienna. The Sonata No. 6, dedicated to Spanish virtuoso Manuel Quiroga, features a slinky habanera and Vengerov leans into it like a man dancing the tango. The first of two works by contemporary Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin, the "Echo" sonata is hard but rewarding listening and Vengerov plays it with total dedication. The second Shchedrin piece, Balalaika -- an encore Vengerov played before a live audience -- is a hilarious piece in which the violin is plucked and strummed but never bowed, a piece that has the audience laughing for the sheer fun of it. But the real reason to hear this disc is Vengerov's performance of Bach's famous Toccata and Fugue in a transcription for solo violin. While the work is best known as an organ piece or in Stokowski's orchestral arrangement, Vengerov's performance of this violin transcription is stunning: brilliantly performed, terrifyingly virtuosic, and utterly demonic.
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1
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.2: Obsession - Prélude. Poco Vivace
00:02:44

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

2
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.2: Malinconia - Poco Lento (con Sordino)
00:03:12

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

3
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.2: Danse des Ombres - Sarabande (lento)
00:04:19

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

4
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.2: Les Furies - Allegro Furioso
00:03:17

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

5
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27:Sonate No.3 - Ballade
00:06:30

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - John Fraser, Producer - Arne Akselberg, Tonmeister - Maxim Vengerov, Violin, Vocals, Performance, Musician, MainArtist - Julia Thomas, Editor

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

6
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.4: Allemanda - Lento maestoso
00:05:20

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

7
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.4: Sarabande - Quasi lento
00:03:34

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

8
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.4: Finale - Presto ma non troppo
00:03:20

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Vocals, Performance, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

9
Sonates pour Violon Seul Op.27 : Sonate No.6
00:07:08

Eugene Ysaye, Composer - John Fraser, Producer - Arne Akselberg, Tonmeister - Maxim Vengerov, Violin, Vocals, Performance, Musician, MainArtist - Julia Thomas, Editor

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

10
Echo-Sonate
00:15:34

John Fraser, Producer - Arne Akselberg, Tonmeister - Maxim Vengerov, Violin, Vocals, Performance, Musician, MainArtist - Rodion SHCHEDRIN, Composer - Julia Thomas, Editor

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Warner Classics, Warner Music UK Ltd

11
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565 (Arr. Fox-Lefriche for Violin, Performed in A minor)
00:08:50

John Fraser, Producer - Arne Akselberg, Engineer - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Maxim Vengerov, Violin, MainArtist

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited A Warner Classics release, ℗ 2002 Parlophone Records Limited

12
Balalaïka (Live)
00:02:48

Maxim Vengerov, Violin, MainArtist - Rodion SHCHEDRIN, Composer

A Warner Classics release, © 2002 Parlophone Records Limited ℗ 2002 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

Descriptif de l'album

For some people, a whole disc of solo violin music is more solo violin music than they ever want to hear. For those people, this disc by the Russian virtuoso Maxim Vengerov comes highly recommended: 66 minutes of virtuoso violin playing and all of it fascinating music. The four solo sonatas by Eugène Ysaÿe that open the disc are astoundingly difficult for the player, but astonishingly compelling for the listener. Sonata No. 2 "Obsession" has snatches of Bach set alongside snippets of the medieval Dies Irae chant, creating a frightening soundscape that Vengerov gallops across like the Headless Horseman. Sonata No. 3 "Ballade" is a dramatic tone poem for solo violin that Vengerov acts as well as plays. The Sonata No. 4 was dedicated to the great Vienna violinist Fritz Kreisler and Vengerov plays it with all the charm of old Vienna. The Sonata No. 6, dedicated to Spanish virtuoso Manuel Quiroga, features a slinky habanera and Vengerov leans into it like a man dancing the tango. The first of two works by contemporary Russian composer Rodion Shchedrin, the "Echo" sonata is hard but rewarding listening and Vengerov plays it with total dedication. The second Shchedrin piece, Balalaika -- an encore Vengerov played before a live audience -- is a hilarious piece in which the violin is plucked and strummed but never bowed, a piece that has the audience laughing for the sheer fun of it. But the real reason to hear this disc is Vengerov's performance of Bach's famous Toccata and Fugue in a transcription for solo violin. While the work is best known as an organ piece or in Stokowski's orchestral arrangement, Vengerov's performance of this violin transcription is stunning: brilliantly performed, terrifyingly virtuosic, and utterly demonic.
© TiVo

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