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Brahms, Schumann

Fanny Robilliard, Paloma Kouider

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Even from their album cover in which the two musicians are running through the ferns, it’s evident that violinist Fanny Robilliard and pianist Paloma Kouider are a charming duo. The image, which is perhaps anecdotal, is conjured up at the beginning of their latest album when listening to “Mid leidenschaflichem Ausdruck” (With passionate expression). It runs through the entire initial movement of Robert Schumann’s First Sonata for Violin and Piano, premiered by Ferdinand David and Clara on the piano during a celebratory “Schumann Week” in Leipzig, in 1852.

This uplifting album has been designed and dedicated entirely to the love and friendship that united the Schumann couple and the young Brahms. It also features the work of Albert Dietrich, the third member of this trio of composers who composed the F-A-E Sonata but who is often forgotten. That particular sonata was written for Joseph Joachin and was a musical cryptogram based on his motto in life, ‘Frei aber einsam’ (‘Free but alone’). At its premiere, with Clara on the piano once again, Joachim had to match each composer to their movement, which he managed to do without a moment’s hesitation. As is well known, Clara was always at the heart of these friendly interchanges. It is only fitting, therefore, to find her at the centre of this album which features the splendid Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op. 22, whose movements have been divided among the works of the other composers. Among them is also the benevolent Joseph Joachim, whose memory is echoed in all of the works of this beautiful album. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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Violin Sonata No. 1 in A minor, Op. 105 (Robert Schumann)

1
I. Mit leidenschaftlichem Ausdruck
00:07:47

Robert Schumann, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

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II. Allegretto
00:03:50

Robert Schumann, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

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3
III. Lebhaft
00:05:25

Robert Schumann, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

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4
Three Romances for Violin and Piano Op. 22: I. Andante molto
00:02:54

Clara Schumann, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

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5
F-A-E Sonata for Violin and Piano: I. Allegro
00:12:37

Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist - Albert Hermann Dietrich, Composer

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6
Three Romances for Violin and Piano Op. 22: II. Allegretto. Mit zartem Vortrage
00:02:44

Clara Schumann, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

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Violin Sonata No. 2 in A major, Op. 100 (Johannes Brahms)

7
I. Allegro amabile
00:07:58

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

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8
II. Andante tranquillo
00:06:05

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

2020 Little Tribeca 2020 Little Tribeca

9
III. Allegretto grazioso (quasi Andante)
00:05:06

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

2020 Little Tribeca 2020 Little Tribeca

10
Three Romances for Violin and Piano Op. 22: III. Leidenschaftlich schnell
00:03:51

Clara Schumann, Composer - Fanny Robilliard, MainArtist - Paloma Kouider, MainArtist

2020 Little Tribeca 2020 Little Tribeca

Album Description

Even from their album cover in which the two musicians are running through the ferns, it’s evident that violinist Fanny Robilliard and pianist Paloma Kouider are a charming duo. The image, which is perhaps anecdotal, is conjured up at the beginning of their latest album when listening to “Mid leidenschaflichem Ausdruck” (With passionate expression). It runs through the entire initial movement of Robert Schumann’s First Sonata for Violin and Piano, premiered by Ferdinand David and Clara on the piano during a celebratory “Schumann Week” in Leipzig, in 1852.

This uplifting album has been designed and dedicated entirely to the love and friendship that united the Schumann couple and the young Brahms. It also features the work of Albert Dietrich, the third member of this trio of composers who composed the F-A-E Sonata but who is often forgotten. That particular sonata was written for Joseph Joachin and was a musical cryptogram based on his motto in life, ‘Frei aber einsam’ (‘Free but alone’). At its premiere, with Clara on the piano once again, Joachim had to match each composer to their movement, which he managed to do without a moment’s hesitation. As is well known, Clara was always at the heart of these friendly interchanges. It is only fitting, therefore, to find her at the centre of this album which features the splendid Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op. 22, whose movements have been divided among the works of the other composers. Among them is also the benevolent Joseph Joachim, whose memory is echoed in all of the works of this beautiful album. © François Hudry/Qobuz

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