Mieczysław Weinberg, Dmitri Shostakovich / Kolja Blacher, Jascha Nemtsov - Violin Sonatas mp3 album
Shostakovich, Weinberg: Violin Sonatas. Weinberg's sonatas, both from 1947, are tonal works of grave seriousness and solemn intensity, while Shostakovich's sonata from 1968, although still basically tonal, pushes the limits both of tonality and expressivity. Together they make for fascinating comparisons and, if the performances had been better, they might have made for captivating listening.
Violin Sonatas Nos 3 & 4. Performer: Kolja Blacher (violin), Jascha Nemtsov (piano). In fact not only do the Third and Fourth Violin Sonatas predate Shostakovich’s one essay in the genre by over 20 years, but they also feature strikingly original textural and harmonic elements which the older composer may well have borrowed for his own work.
Shostakovich, Weinberg: Violin Sonatas. Kolja Blacher Violin. CD: 1 Tracks: 8 Length: 1:05:26. CD 1. Mieczyslaw (Moisey) Weinberg Composer. Violin Sonata N., O. 7 Work. Jascha Nemtsov Piano, Kolja Blacher Violin. 1. llegro moderato. Shostakovich: Sonatas O. 34 and 147. Yakov Kasman. Nielsen: Violin Concerto, O. 3, FS61. Duisburger Philharmoniker.
Kolja Blacher, violin Jascha Nemtsov, piano Hänssler Classic CD93. Summary for the Busy Executive: Music for a time of witness. World War II found the Soviet Union struggling for its life. Weinberg always considered himself a Shostakovich disciple, although he never studied with the older man. Writers have criticized Weinberg as a mere imitator, a charge as truthful of Schumann and Brahms. Weinberg's third and fourth sonatas both come from 1947.
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Album · 2000 · 11 Songs. By Dmitri Shostakovich - Jascha Nemtsov, David Geringas & Dmitry Sitkovetsky.
Mieczysław Weinberg (also Moisey or Moishe Vainberg, Moisey Samuilovich Vaynberg; Russian: Моисей Самуилович Вайнберг; Polish: Mojsze Wajnberg; 8 December 1919 – 26 February 1996) was a Soviet composer of Polish-Jewish origin. From 1939 he lived in the Soviet Union and Russia and lost most of his family in the Holocaust. He left a large body of work that included twenty-two symphonies and seventeen string quartets.
Jascha Nemtsov became famous for his numerous recordings (on Bechstein too). 2013 he was appointed as professor for History of Jewish Music at the Liszt School of Music Weimar. The pianist Jascha Nemtsov is equally accomplished as a soloist and an outstanding chamber musician. He was born in Magadan (Siberia) and grew up in Saint Petersburg where he graduated from a special music school and was awarded a gold medal. In 2007 his CD featuring sonatas for violin and piano by Shostakovich and Weinberg, together with the violinist Kolja Blacher, was awarded the German Record Critics Prize. In 2004, Jascha Nemtsov earned his doctorate and in 2007 his habilitation.
|–Mieczysław Weinberg||Sonata No. 3||(18:47)|
|1||–||I. Allegro Moderato||4:12|
|3||–||III. Allegretto Cantabile||7:52|
|–Mieczysław Weinberg||Sonata No. 4||(16:18)|
|5||–||II. Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Adagio Primo||7:51|
|–Dmitri Shostakovich||Sonata, Op. 134||(30:20)|
|8||–||III. Largo - Andante||13:24|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hänssler Classic
- Copyright (c) – SWR Media Services GmbH
- Recorded At – Kammermusikstudio Des SWR Stuttgart
- Creative Director – Dietmar Wolf
- Engineer – Friedemann Trumpp
- Liner Notes – Jascha Nemtsov
- Piano – Jascha Nemtsov
- Producer – Marlene Weber-Schäfer
- Violin – Kolja Blacher
NotesRecorded 20 & 21 February 2006 at the Kammermusikstudio, SWR Stuttgart.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4010276019350
- Label Code: LC 13312
- SPARS Code: DDD