Brahms Violin Sonatas

Bruno Canino, Salvatore Accardo

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Brahms was a severe critic of his own work, often assailed with uncertainty and reluctant to publish works he considered immature or incomplete. With the exception
of the Scherzo in C flat for the Sonata F.A.e. he made his first violin solo work known to the public only at the age of forty five with the publication of the Concerto in D major, op. 77.  Cheered by the great success he had had in the summer of that year, 1878, he set to work composing the first of his three splendid violin sonatas. They are the only ones we know, as three previous similar sonatas were destroyed by the composer himself. Brahms wrote these three masterpieces during three happy and fruitful summer holidays which he spent away from the city, inspired by the mountain scenery.

Tracklist

1.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 1 G-dur op. 78 - Vivace ma non troppo
11:16
2.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 1 G-dur op. 78 - Adagio
08:02
3.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 1 G-dur op. 78 - Allegro molto moderato
09:06
4.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 2 A-dur op. 100 - Allegro amabile
08:30
5.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 2 A-dur op. 100 - Andante tranquillo - Vivace
06:03
6.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 2 A-dur op. 100 - Allegretto grazioso (quasi Andante)
05:50
7.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-moll op. 108 - Allegro
08:11
8.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-moll op. 108 - Adagio
04:22
9.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-moll op. 108 - Un poco presto con sentimento
02:54
10.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-moll op. 108 - Presto agitato
05:36
11.
Sonate fur Violine und Klavier Nr. 3 d-moll op. 108 - Scherzo c-moll fur die ?F.A.E. - Sonate
05:42

Total time: 01:15:32

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SACD008

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Mastering Engineer

The original analogue master tapes were transferred from Nagra 4S directly to DSD

Microphones

Neumann 47, M49

Original Recording Format

Producer

Giulio Cesare Ricci

Recording Engineer

Giulio Cesare Ricci, Paola Maria Ricci

Recording location

Auditorium dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome

Recording Type & Bit Rate

Analog to DSD64

Release Date December 5, 2014

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