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Mozart & Beethoven - Sonates pour pianoforte & violon

Rémy Cardinale & Hélène Schmitt

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The handsome releases of France's Alpha label, pairing music with directly or indirectly relevant artworks that are analyzed in detail in the booklet, offer listeners an opportunity to reflect on the connections between art and music at a given time. Sometimes they also simply serve to evoke a historical moment authentically and vividly. Mozart and the artist involved here, Louise Élisabeth Vigée-Le Brun, were almost exact contemporaries. The subject of Vigée-Le Brun's painting, Russian Countess Skavronskaya, had an eventful life that included a stint as mistress of Grigori Potemkin, the notorious courtier of Catherine the Great. The historical-instrument performances of Mozart's violin and piano sonatas by fortepianist Rémy Cardinale and violinist Hélene Schmitt are spacious, dramatic, and a bit unsettled, emphasizing Mozart's incipient transformation of the traditionally female genre of the piano sonata accompanied by violin into something new. Beethoven's Violin Sonata No. 1 in D major, Op. 12/1, makes the perfect conclusion; in many genres Beethoven followed Haydn, but in the violin sonata he followed Mozart in brilliance, beauty, and restless elaboration on existing forms. An exceptional performance of this repertory, splendidly presented and recorded.
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Hélène Schmitt

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Sonate pour le clavecin ou pianoforte avec l'accompagnement d'un violon in E-Flat Major, KV 380 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

1
I. Allegro
00:09:30

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

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2
II. Andante con moto
00:10:42

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

3
III. Rondo allegro
00:04:33

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

Sonate pour clavier et violon in B-Flat Major, KV 454 (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

4
I. Largo - Allegro
00:07:16

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

5
II. Andante
00:07:14

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

6
III. Allegretto
00:07:19

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

Sonate No. 1 pour violon et clavier in D Major, Op. 12 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

7
I. Allegro con brio
00:09:00

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

8
II. Tema con variazioni. Andante con moto
00:06:50

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

9
III. Rondo allegro
00:04:43

Rémy Cardinale, Performer - Hélène Schmitt, Performer - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

2011 Alpha 2010 Alpha

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The handsome releases of France's Alpha label, pairing music with directly or indirectly relevant artworks that are analyzed in detail in the booklet, offer listeners an opportunity to reflect on the connections between art and music at a given time. Sometimes they also simply serve to evoke a historical moment authentically and vividly. Mozart and the artist involved here, Louise Élisabeth Vigée-Le Brun, were almost exact contemporaries. The subject of Vigée-Le Brun's painting, Russian Countess Skavronskaya, had an eventful life that included a stint as mistress of Grigori Potemkin, the notorious courtier of Catherine the Great. The historical-instrument performances of Mozart's violin and piano sonatas by fortepianist Rémy Cardinale and violinist Hélene Schmitt are spacious, dramatic, and a bit unsettled, emphasizing Mozart's incipient transformation of the traditionally female genre of the piano sonata accompanied by violin into something new. Beethoven's Violin Sonata No. 1 in D major, Op. 12/1, makes the perfect conclusion; in many genres Beethoven followed Haydn, but in the violin sonata he followed Mozart in brilliance, beauty, and restless elaboration on existing forms. An exceptional performance of this repertory, splendidly presented and recorded.
© TiVo

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