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CR 3530

Telemann - 12 Fantasias for Solo Violin

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2011


Maya Magub

- (violin)


Pianella Studios, Malibu, California

Dec 2011


Alex Heffes


John Kurlander

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Total Time - 69:34
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12 Fantasias for Solo Violin, TWV 40: 14-25

1 Fantasia in B flat major (Largo - Allegro - Grave - Si replica l'allegro 7:11
2 Fantasia in G major (Largo - Allegro - Allegro) 4:28
3 Fantasia in F minor (Adagio - Presto - Grave - Vivace) 4:29
4 Fantasia in D major (Vivace - Grave - Allegro) 4:54
5 Fantasia in A major (Allegro - Presto - Allegro - Presto - Andante - Allegro) 5:15
6 Fantasia in E minor (Grave - Presto - Siciliana - Allegro) 7:38
7 Fantasia in E flat major (Dolce - Allegro - Largo - Presto) 8:13
8 Fantasia in E major (Piacevolmente - Spitituoso - Allegro) 5:15
9 Fantasia in B minor (Siciliana - Vivace - Allegro) 5:56
10 Fantasia in D major (Prestor - Largo - Allegro) 5:02
11 Fantasia in F major (Un poco vivace - Soave - Da capo un poco vivace - Allegro) 6:32
12 Fantaisa in A minor (Moderato - Vivace - Presto) 4:41
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"... a really joyus experience. these pices weredismissed as student excercises for generations (perhaps in an effort to create a distinction between them and the superior Sonatas and Partitas of Bach) but with Magub’s endless inventiveness driving each tiny movement, they shine here for what they really are: free-standing, varies concentrations of beautiful melody and sonority."

Caroline Gill - Gramophone magazine - July 2013

 "Maya Magub’s polished, colourful accounts of these complex, quasi-improvisatory miniatures combine modern and period instruments, accessories and performance practices. It demonstrates technical assurance, elegance ane well considered use of vibrator, extempre ornamentation, rubato and other expressive devices ... Magub’s comination of gut and metail strings yields a remarkable  variety of colours ..."  **** 

Robin Stowell - Early Music Today  magazine - June-August 2013

 "... the performances successfully tread the fine line between colourful display and stylistic authority to result in a disc of hugely communicative violin playing."

Marc Rochester - International Record Review - May 2013

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