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Second Sonata For Violin And Piano - Charles Ives - 5 Sonatas For Violin And Piano (CD, Album)

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  1. When violinist Hilary Hahn and pianist Valentina Lisitsa began working together on Charles Ives' violin sonatas, they commenced with the Third Sonata, which they took on tour in A second tour with the First, Second, and Fourth sonatas followed, and by , the duo was ready to record all four works for Deutsche Grammophon.8/
  2. Mar 01,  · Sonata, for violin & piano No. 3, S. 62 (K. 2C6), () I. Adagio II. Allegro III. Adagio Timothy Fain, violin Jeremy Denk, piano Between about and , Charles Ives.
  3. Charles Ives: Violin Sonata No. 1 ( - ) The second concert is even more interesting, consisting of all four of Charles Ives' sonatas for violin and piano. Here is where the overcoming bias comes in: I'm not much of an Ives fan. I like some of his music (I owned the Tilson Thomas recording of the "Three Places in New England.
  4. I have three recordings of the four sonatas now. Ives: Violin Sonatas Nos. is the one I've owned for years, without playing it so often, though in fact it's quite well done. Ives: Four Sonatas is the newest; hearing it set off my current obsession with #3. I've reviwed this one Charles Ives: The Sonatas For Violin And Piano is this one. It /5(4).
  5. Nov 23,  · Sonata for Violin and Piano No 4, ‘Children’s Day at the Camp Meeting’ Joonas Ahonen p, Pekka Kuusisto v BIS BIS Despite much of the compositional output of American modernist Charles Ives () remaining unperformed until after his death, he is now well-established as a significant and pioneering composer whose works.
  6. Ravel's Sonata for violin and piano () at once illustrates the composer's singular sense of instrumental color in its successful exaggeration of the differences between the violin and the piano.
  7. Ives, C: Violin Sonatas Nos. Hilary Hahn (violin) & Valentina Lisitsa (piano) When a star such as Hilary Hahn takes on the Ives violin-and-piano sonatas it has to be special she and Lisitsa, accurately balanced, are completely efficient in every way.
  8. This disc contains all four of Ives's sonatas for violin and piano. The First Sonata is relatively conservative: dense but mostly tonal. The Second Sonata is split into three movements, each carrying an affective name: "Autumn","In the Barn", and "The Revival"/5(42).
  9. Charles Ives’s America: Hymns, Songs, Sonatas Jeremy Denk, piano; Stefan Jackiw, violin and Houston Chamber Choir Pre-concert conversation with Jeremy Denk and Da Camera Artistic Director Sarah Rothenberg at PM in Zilkha Hall Ives: Sonata No. 4 for Violin and Piano (“Children’s Day at Camp Meeting”) Edgar P. Stites/John R. Sweney: Beulah Land Robert [ ].

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