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Brahms, Clarke & Vieuxtemps: Sonatas for Viola & Piano, Vol. 1

Tabea Zimmermann, Kirill Gerstein

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The sometimes teased and frequently underestimated viola has rarely found its way into an album beautifully programmed and impeccably executed as this Myrios Classics disc featuring violist Tabea Zimmermann and pianist Kirill Gerstein. The program opens with the 1919 Viola Sonata of Rebecca Clarke, a work that lay dormant for decades but has since become one of the most celebrated sonatas in the viola's repertoire. Clarke's writing combines sweeping lyricism with hints of impressionism to create an intimately moving, captivating composition. Though known largely for his virtuoso violin compositions, Vieuxtemps' Op. 36 Viola Sonata combines fewer elements of bravura with writing that truly highlights the viola's ideal sound and emotive abilities. Last on the program is Brahms' well-known Second Viola Sonata (originally scored for clarinet or viola). In this, the first volume of what will hopefully be a lengthy series of albums devoted to the viola sonata repertoire, Zimmermann proves herself to be not only one of the most remarkable viola players in memory, but also a consummate, sensitive musician of the highest caliber. Her velvety, supple tone projects clearly without ever becoming nasal or forced; her dazzling technique and precise intonation rival even the best violinists. Add to this a keen interpretive sense that guides listeners through this beautiful repertoire, and something truly special results. Gerstein's equally warm, inviting playing is rich and authoritative, never covering the viola while at the same time not backing away from full forte playing. Myrios' clear, robust, spacious SACD sound is the cherry on top of an unreservedly recommended album.

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Sonata for Viola & Piano, 1919 (Rebecca Clarke)

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Sonata for Viola & Piano, 1919: I. Impetuoso - poco agitato 00:07:41

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Rebecca Clarke, Composer

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Sonata for Viola & Piano, 1919: II. Vivace 00:03:59

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Rebecca Clarke, Composer

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Sonata for Viola & Piano, 1919: III. Adagio - Allegro 00:10:27

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Rebecca Clarke, Composer

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in B-Flat Major, Op. 36 (Henri Vieuxtemps)

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in B-Flat Major, Op. 36: I. Maestoso - Allegro 00:11:26

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Henri Vieuxtemps, Composer

(C) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio (P) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in B-Flat Major, Op. 36: II. Barcarolla 00:07:07

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Henri Vieuxtemps, Composer

(C) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio (P) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in B-Flat Major, Op. 36: III. Finale Scherzando 00:04:08

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Henri Vieuxtemps, Composer

(C) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio (P) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

Sonata for Viola & Piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 120/2 (Johannes Brahms)

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 120/2: I. Allegro amabile 00:08:16

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Johannes Brahms, Composer

(C) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio (P) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 120/2: II. Allegro appassionato 00:04:52

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Johannes Brahms, Composer

(C) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio (P) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

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Sonata for Viola & Piano in E-Flat Major, Op. 120/2: III. Andante con moto 00:07:36

Tabea Zimmermann, Performer - Johannes Brahms, Composer

(C) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio (P) 2010 myrios classics & Deutschlandradio

Descriptif de l'album

The sometimes teased and frequently underestimated viola has rarely found its way into an album beautifully programmed and impeccably executed as this Myrios Classics disc featuring violist Tabea Zimmermann and pianist Kirill Gerstein. The program opens with the 1919 Viola Sonata of Rebecca Clarke, a work that lay dormant for decades but has since become one of the most celebrated sonatas in the viola's repertoire. Clarke's writing combines sweeping lyricism with hints of impressionism to create an intimately moving, captivating composition. Though known largely for his virtuoso violin compositions, Vieuxtemps' Op. 36 Viola Sonata combines fewer elements of bravura with writing that truly highlights the viola's ideal sound and emotive abilities. Last on the program is Brahms' well-known Second Viola Sonata (originally scored for clarinet or viola). In this, the first volume of what will hopefully be a lengthy series of albums devoted to the viola sonata repertoire, Zimmermann proves herself to be not only one of the most remarkable viola players in memory, but also a consummate, sensitive musician of the highest caliber. Her velvety, supple tone projects clearly without ever becoming nasal or forced; her dazzling technique and precise intonation rival even the best violinists. Add to this a keen interpretive sense that guides listeners through this beautiful repertoire, and something truly special results. Gerstein's equally warm, inviting playing is rich and authoritative, never covering the viola while at the same time not backing away from full forte playing. Myrios' clear, robust, spacious SACD sound is the cherry on top of an unreservedly recommended album.

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