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Debussy/Franck/Saint-Saens: Violin Sonatas

Mirijam Contzen

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Mirijam Contzen

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Sonata for Violin and Piano Op. 75 No. 1 in D minor (Camille Saint-Saëns)

1
Allegro agitato
00:07:04

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Camille Saint-Saëns, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

2
Adagio
00:07:06

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Camille Saint-Saëns, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

3
Allegretto moderato
00:04:19

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Camille Saint-Saëns, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

4
Allegro molto
00:05:57

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Camille Saint-Saëns, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

Sonata for Violin and Piano in G minor (Claude Debussy)

5
Allegro vivo
00:05:24

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Claude Debussy, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

6
Intermède. Fantasque et léger
00:04:28

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Claude Debussy, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

7
Finale. Très animé
00:04:34

Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Claude Debussy, Composer

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

Sonata for Violin and Piano in A Major (César Franck)

8
Allegro ben moderato
00:06:47

César Franck, Composer - Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

9
Allegro
00:08:34

César Franck, Composer - Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

10
Recitativo - Fantasia - Ben moderato - Molto lento - Molto lento e mesto
00:08:03

César Franck, Composer - Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

11
Allegretto poco mosso
00:06:12

César Franck, Composer - Valéry Rogatchev, Piano - Mirijam Contzen, Violin

(P) 1998 ARTE NOVA Musikproduktions GmbH

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