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STRAUSS, R. / PFITZNER: Cello Sonatas / JANACEK: Pohadka / Presto

STRAUSS, R. / PFITZNER: Cello Sonatas / JANACEK: Pohadka / Presto

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 1992

Artists:

Gerard Wyss

Soloist

Esther Nyffenegger

Soloist

Venue:

Private Location, Switzerland



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 63:49
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STRAUSS, R. / PFITZNER: Cello Sonatas / JANACEK: Pohadka / Presto

     
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RICHARD STRAUSS

 

Cello Sonata in F major, Op. 6, TrV 115

 
1 I. Allegro con brio 9:00
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist
     
2 II. Andante ma non troppo 6:06
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist
     
3 III. Finale: Allegro vivo 7:41
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist
     
 

HANS PFITZNER

 

Cello Sonata in F sharp minor, Op. 1

 
4 I. Sehr bewegt 10:11
 Gerard Wyss Soloist
     
5 II. Sehr langsam und breit 6:35
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist
     
6 III. So schnell als moglich 2:34
 Gerard Wyss Soloist
     
7 IV. Nicht zu schnell, mit Humor 7:52
 Gerard Wyss Soloist
     
 

LEOS JANACEK

 

Pohadka (Fairy-tale), JW VII/5

 
8 I. Con moto - Andante 5:05
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist
     
9 II. Con moto - Adagio 4:00
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist
     
10 III. Allegro 2:33
 Gerard Wyss Soloist
     
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Presto, JW VII/6

2:12
 Esther Nyffenegger Soloist


The two sonatas presented here as well as the two compositions of the Czech composer Janacek were all written during a period of about 25 years only (1883 till 1910). The present four contributions to cello literature are exceptions, from a formal perspective, and above all judged by their content, as examples of a serious development within romantic bounds. All of these sonatas something in common: they are, seen from within the entire œuvrs of these composers, each individual works which are, at the same time, exemplary studies of remarkable uniqueness.

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