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Julia Fischer|Duo Sessions (Kodaly, Schulhoff, Ravel, Halvorsen)

Duo Sessions (Kodaly, Schulhoff, Ravel, Halvorsen)

Julia Fischer - Daniel Müller-Schott

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Two of the world's leading string soloists have teamed up for Orfeo's Duo Sessions, and their virtuosity and musicianship carry this 2016 album, even though the CD consists of relatively unfamiliar material. Violinist Julia Fischer and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott have performed as a duo over a period of ten years, and they have established a rapport that is evident in their musical interests and their ability to communicate on the same high level. Here they play four works that test their remarkable abilities and give them considerable room for expression, but the pieces themselves seem to have languished in that special obscurity reserved for much modern chamber music. These works are rarely programmed, no doubt because of the relative scarcity of violin-cello duos, and only Maurice Ravel's Sonata for violin and cello has a firm place in the repertoire. Yet the pieces by Zoltán Kodály, Erwin Schulhoff, and Johan Halvorsen are certainly accessible and attractive, and these compelling performances will give them a higher profile. Fischer and Müller-Schott are most familiar to listeners in their roles as concerto soloists, though this tête-à-tête shows a new side that their fans will appreciate just as much.
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Duo Sessions (Kodaly, Schulhoff, Ravel, Halvorsen)

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Duo for Violin & Cello, Op. 7 (Zoltán Kodály)

1
I. Allegro serioso, non troppo
00:08:03

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

2
II. Adagio
00:07:32

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

3
III. Maestoso e largamente, ma non troppo lento -
00:08:22

Zoltan Kodály, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

Duo for Violin & Cello (Erwin Schulhoff)

4
I. Moderato
00:04:56

Erwin Schulhoff, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

5
II. Zingaresca: Allegro giocoso
00:03:06

Erwin Schulhoff, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

6
III. Andantino
00:04:07

Erwin Schulhoff, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

7
IV. Moderato
00:03:08

Erwin Schulhoff, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

Sonata for Violin & Cello, M. 73 (Maurice Ravel)

8
I. Allegro
00:05:02

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

9
II. Tres vif
00:03:12

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

10
III. Lent
00:05:10

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

11
IV. Vif, avec entrain
00:05:59

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

Passacaglia in G minor (after G.F. Handel's Keyboard Suite No. 7 in G minor, HWV 432: VI. Passacaille) (arr. for violin and cello) (Johan Halvorsen)

12
Passacaglia in G Minor (after G.F. Handel's Keyboard Suite No. 7 in G Minor, HWV 432: VI. Passacaille) (version for violin and cello)
00:05:59

Anonymous, Composer - Johan Halvorsen, Composer - Julia Fischer, Artist, MainArtist - Daniel Müller-Schott, Artist

(C) 2016 Orfeo (P) 2016 Orfeo

Album Description

Two of the world's leading string soloists have teamed up for Orfeo's Duo Sessions, and their virtuosity and musicianship carry this 2016 album, even though the CD consists of relatively unfamiliar material. Violinist Julia Fischer and cellist Daniel Müller-Schott have performed as a duo over a period of ten years, and they have established a rapport that is evident in their musical interests and their ability to communicate on the same high level. Here they play four works that test their remarkable abilities and give them considerable room for expression, but the pieces themselves seem to have languished in that special obscurity reserved for much modern chamber music. These works are rarely programmed, no doubt because of the relative scarcity of violin-cello duos, and only Maurice Ravel's Sonata for violin and cello has a firm place in the repertoire. Yet the pieces by Zoltán Kodály, Erwin Schulhoff, and Johan Halvorsen are certainly accessible and attractive, and these compelling performances will give them a higher profile. Fischer and Müller-Schott are most familiar to listeners in their roles as concerto soloists, though this tête-à-tête shows a new side that their fans will appreciate just as much.
© TiVo

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