Debussy was also careful to distinguish his approach to the sonata from the Austro-Germanic tradition. oth violinists and listeners may benefit from understanding why Debussy took up the ultra-traditional sonata form after two decades of experimentalism. This amount includes applicable customs duties, taxes, brokerage and other fees. Benedetti adds that some of these novel sounds turn up in the piano accompaniment, with its dreamy arpeggios and vivid interaction with the violinist. Claude Debussy / César Franck / Isaac Stern - juil. Mutter stresses its atmospheric qualities. MP3. “I only wrote this sonata to be rid of the thing, spurred on by my dear publisher,” he wrote to a colleague in June 1917. . Kyung-Wha Chung and Radu Lupu are a fine duo who capture and convey... Ion Voicu has an agreeable warm tone … Monique Haas is superb in the Debussy. 9,99 € Debussy: children's corner, estampes & suite bergamasque. But over the past century, violinists have come to embrace Debussy’s compact and exquisitely autumnal Violin Sonata—if partly out of gratitude to the French composer for devoting his fading energies to a solo instrument that he largely passed by earlier in life. 20 No. You really need to practice pianissimos. Intermède: fantasque et léger III. Clair de lune (Orch. Encouraged by his publisher, Jacques Durand, Debussy planned to write a cycle of six sonatas for various instruments, but only three were completed before he died on March 25, 1918 (also completed were a Cello Sonata and the enchanting Sonata for Flute, Viola, and Harp). Debussy comparaît le Finale, qui lui donna beaucoup de mal, au « jeu simple d'une idée tournant sur elle-même comme un serpent qui se mord la queue ». See the seller’s listing for full details and description of any imperfections. 2 for Violin and Piano in G-major, Beethoven's Sonata No.9 in A-major, Op. View cart for details. Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Twitter - opens in a new window or tab, Share on Pinterest - opens in a new window or tab. PLAYLIST. The teeth of disk holder are undamaged. I later learned more about Debussy’s influences and how he looked outside of his culture, and not just European culture but absolutely worldwide.”. This is a radiantly engineered album of music composed around the time of the Great War, played with beguiling elegance by James Ehnes and regular playing partner Andrew Armstrong. No. PLAYLIST. The way in which Debussy bundled these non-Western influences with a distinctly French neoclassicism hints at what he might have still accomplished had cancer not claimed his life at the age of 55. Both violinists and listeners may benefit from understanding why Debussy took up the ultra-traditional sonata form after two decades of experimentalism. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. No. “I only wrote this sonata to be rid of the thing, spurred on by my dear publisher,” he wrote to a colleague in June 1917. La Sonate pour violon et piano (CD 148) de Claude Debussy fut composée entre 1916 et 1917 et créée le 5 mai 1917 salle Gaveau à Paris par le compositeur au piano et Gaston Poulet au violon, lors d'un concert donné au bénéfice du Foyer du Soldat aveugle, assistance aux blessés des yeux de … No damage to the jewel case or item cover, no. Artists include Martha Argerich, Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Samson François, Renaud Capuçon, Natalie Dessay, André Cluytens, François-Xavier Roth, Jean Martinon, Michel Plasson, Kent Nagano and Carlo Maria Giulini, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Charles Dutoit, Jennifer Pike (violin) & Martin Roscoe (piano), Janine Jansen (violin) & Itmar Golan (piano), Augustin Hadelich (violin) & Robert Kulek (piano).