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Violin Recital

Mirijam Contzen

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Mirijam Contzen

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Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006 (Johann Sebastian Bach)

1
Preludio
00:03:22

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

2
Loure
00:03:46

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

3
Gavotte en Rondeau
00:02:53

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

4
Menuet I - Menuet II - Menuet I (da capo)
00:03:57

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

5
Bourée
00:01:23

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

6
Gigue
00:01:45

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

7
Le Serpent - Phantasie pour violon seul
00:06:42

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Tibor Varga, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

Sonata for Solo Violin, Sz 117 (Béla Bartók)

8
Tempo di Ciacciona
00:09:14

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Béla Bartók, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

9
Fuga
00:04:07

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Béla Bartók, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

10
Melodia
00:06:35

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Béla Bartók, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

11
Presto
00:05:00

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Béla Bartók, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

12
Élégie
00:05:27

Igor Stravinsky, Composer - Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

Violin Sonata, Op. 27/4 (Eugène Ysaÿe)

13
Allemanda. Lento maestoso
00:06:17

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

14
Sarabande. Quasi lento
00:03:30

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

15
Finale: Presto ma non troppo
00:03:05

Mirijam Contzen, Violin - Eugene Ysaye, Composer - Stephan Schellmann, Producer

(P) 2004 BMG Ariola Classics GmbH

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