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Concerten voor viool - Verschenen op 13 oktober 2017 | audite Musikproduktion
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Following Sergei Prokofiev’s works for violin and piano, Franziska Pietsch now presents an album featuring both Violin Concertos of the Russian composer, with whose oeuvre and idiom the artist – a former promising star of the GDR – has felt at home ever since her youth. Alongside Cristian Măcelaru and the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin she presents a thrilling new recording. The two violin concertos represent two phases in, and two sides of, Prokofiev’s life and work. The first was written during an era of early successes, stylistically and temporally close to his Symphonie classique, but not premiered until he was in exile. The second mirrors the itinerant existence of his life as a musician in exile, but also his longing to return to Russia. © Audite
Klassiek - Verschenen op 8 maart 2019 | audite Musikproduktion
As a reflection of the rise of a young 23-year-old musician with a bright future, Richard Strauss’ Violin Sonata in E-flat major, Op. 18 dates back to 1887-1888. As a protégé of Hans von Bülow who saw in him the great musician of the future, the young man made his debut as a conductor, an activity he would combine with composing throughout his life. Strauss studied the piano and the violin; here, he uses them both to purely expressive ends, dismissing any vain attempt at virtuosity. The writing is lyrical above all else, as evidenced by the harmonic and melodic turns that clearly prefigure his later lyrical works’ expression and convoluted melisma. Shostakovich’s Sonata for Violin and Piano in G major, Op. 134 is the complete antithesis of Strauss’. Composed in 1968 as a 60th-birthday present for great violinist David Oistrakh, it is the work of a sick composer, partially paralysed and suffering from lung cancer due to smoking. Accused of “formalism” and taxed as “enemy of the people” by Soviet leaders, Shostakovich wrote a painful, austere piece, the implacable and tragic confession of his own sadness. Born in the GDR in 1969, violinist Franziska Pietsch studied in Germany, then at the Juilliard School in New York before perfecting her craft with Ruggiero Ricci and Zakhar Bron. Her partner, Spanish pianist Josu de Solaun, has won several international prizes (Valencia, New York, Prague, Bucharest) and performs all around the world. © François Hudry/Qobuz
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