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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Violin Sonatas K296, 306, 454 & 547 - Alina Ibragimova, Cedric Tiberghien (2017) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Violin Sonatas K296, 306, 454 & 547 - Alina Ibragimova, Cedric Tiberghien (2017) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Сomposer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Artist: Alina Ibragimova, Cédric Tiberghien
Title: Mozart - Violin Sonatas K296, 306, 454 & 547
Genre: Classical
Label: © Hyperion Records
Release Date: 2017
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 96kHz/24bit
Source: hyperion-records
Duration: 99 minutes 4 seconds
Recorded: May 2015 Concert Hall, Wyastone Estate, Monmouth, United Kingdom


Mozart’s earliest violin sonatas, written during the European tour that took him and his family to Paris, London and The Hague in 1763–66, were his first published compositions. They differ from his mature works of the kind not only stylistically, but also in being conceived very much as keyboard sonatas with violin accompaniment—a popular form of domestic music-making at the time. The first four sonatas (K6–9) appeared in Paris in February 1764, as Mozart’s Opp 1 & 2. The title-page of each volume proudly described their composer as ‘Agé de Sept ans’. The following year, in London, Mozart saw his Op 3 in print—a set of six sonatas (K10–15) for harpsichord with violin or flute; and a further half-dozen works of the same kind (K26–31) were published in Amsterdam, as his Op 4. It was when, on 11 March 1766, Mozart and his sister performed at the celebrations in The Hague to mark the eighteenth birthday of Prince William of Orange that ‘our little composer’, as Leopold Mozart called him, was invited to write this last series for Princess Caroline.


This well established duo, consisting of two quite exceptional players, continue their journey through Mozart’s Piano Sonatas on this 2CD set, where a full range of music is offered from two very early ones, K27 and K31, to three of full maturity, including the Sonata in F Major K547.
They span more than 20 years of Mozart’s creative output, (1766-1788) and K547 was the last Violin Sonata he completed.
The Violin Sonatas are not the obvious place to begin when seeking to appreciate Mozart’s greatness. But, in what is volume three of a complete survey of Mozart’s Piano Sonatas, the Tiberghien/Ibragimova duo play with typical understanding, and Hyperion’s recording, from May 2015 is first class.--Classic FM


Tracklist:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
Violin Sonata in B flat major K454
1 Largo – Allegro[9'05]
2 Andante[6'29]
3 Allegretto[6'51]
Violin Sonata in G major K27
4 Andante poco adagio[3'34]
5 Allegro[4'21]
Violin Sonata in C major K296
6 Allegro vivace[8'13]
7 Andante sostenuto[5'32]
8 Rondeau: Allegro[4'17]
Violin Sonata in F major K547
9 Andantino cantabile[4'40]
10 Allegro[8'25]
11 Thema: Andante[7'14]
Violin Sonata in B flat major K31
12 Allegro[3'17]
13 Tempo di menuetto: Moderato[5'35]
Violin Sonata in D major K306
14 Allegro con spirito[10'17]
15 Andantino cantabile[9'41]
16 Allegretto – Allegro[6'44]


Personnel:
Alina Ibragimova, violin
Cédric Tiberghien, piano


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