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Gade: Sonatas for Violin and Piano

Christina Åstrand, Per Salo

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Niels W. Gade (1817-1890) was beyond comparison the best known and most widely recognized Danish composer of the nineteenth century. He was an excellent violinist, and thus wrote a good deal for the violin. His fondness for the instrument is most in evidence in the works for violin and piano, among which the three Sonatas trace Gade's stylistic development over 40 years: from youthful imagination in the early first sonata, through a firmer hand with the Classical-Romantic ideal of the period in the second, to the experienced, more rigorous Classical lines of the third and last, with none of the heavy scent of the Late Romanticism of the day. © Da Capo

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I. Allegro con fuoco
00:07:08

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

2
II. Allegro non troppo e scherzando
00:03:34

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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III. Romance. Andantino con moto
00:05:04

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

4
IV. Finale. Allegro vivace
00:06:19

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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I. Adagio – Allegro di molto
00:07:16

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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II. Larghetto – Allegro vivace – Larghetto – Allegro vivace – Larghetto
00:06:42

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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III. Adagio – Allegro moderato – Allegro molto vivace
00:06:57

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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I. Allegro di molto
00:08:04

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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II. Andante con moto
00:07:23

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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III. Allegro con espressione
00:09:56

Christina Astrand, violon - Per Salo, piano

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Niels W. Gade (1817-1890) was beyond comparison the best known and most widely recognized Danish composer of the nineteenth century. He was an excellent violinist, and thus wrote a good deal for the violin. His fondness for the instrument is most in evidence in the works for violin and piano, among which the three Sonatas trace Gade's stylistic development over 40 years: from youthful imagination in the early first sonata, through a firmer hand with the Classical-Romantic ideal of the period in the second, to the experienced, more rigorous Classical lines of the third and last, with none of the heavy scent of the Late Romanticism of the day. © Da Capo

Details of original recording : 68:30 - DDD - Enregistré le 2 juin 2008 au Studio 2 de la Salle symphonique de Copenhague - Notes en anglais, allemand et danois

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