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SARASATE, P. de: Violin and Piano Music, Vol. 3 (Tianwa Yang, Hadulla)

SARASATE, P. de: Violin and Piano Music, Vol. 3 (Tianwa Yang, Hadulla)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2012


Artists:

Tianwa Yang

Soloist

Markus Hadulla

Soloist

Venue:

Clara-Wieck-Auditorium, Heidelberg/Sandhausen, Germany



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 77:51
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SARASATE, P. de: Violin and Piano Music, Vol. 3 (Tianwa Yang, Hadulla)

     
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PABLO DE SARASATE

     
1 

Bolero, Op. 30

5:31
 Markus Hadulla Soloist
     
2 

Zortzico d'Iparaguirre, Op. 39

1:53
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
3 

Serenade andalouse, Op. 28

4:51
 Markus Hadulla Soloist
     
4 

Adios montanas mias, Op. 37

2:15
 Markus Hadulla Soloist
     
5 

Le Sommeil, Op. 11

4:40
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
6 

Reverie, Op. 4

4:36
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
7 

Introduction et fandango, Op. 40

8:00
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
8 

Fantaisie Caprice

9:05
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
9 

Priere et berceuse, Op. 17

4:27
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
10 

Confidences, Op. 7

3:54
 Markus Hadulla Soloist
     
11 

Caprice sur Mireille de Gounod, Op. 6

9:20
 Markus Hadulla Soloist
     
12 

Airs ecossais, Op. 34

8:15
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
13 

Los pajaros de Chile

6:28
 Tianwa Yang Soloist
     
14 

Les Adieux, Op. 9

4:36
 Markus Hadulla Soloist


Tianwa Yang’s admired and revelatory Sarasate series continues with a volume of captivatingly melodic compositions. Given Sarasate’s prodigious status in the violin pantheon, technical demands on the performer are often—but not universally—constant. But so too is his unfailing gift for lyricism, whether in the elegant Boléro, the balletic Sérénade andalouse or the aria-like Rêverie. The dazzling bowing difficulties in the Fantaisie-Caprice are thrilling, and so are the bird call harmonics of Los pájaros de Chile, written during a South American tour and only very recently published.

"...fresh and highly attractive..."

Robert Maxham - Fanfare - September/October 2012
 


"...the playing is extraordinary. This volume seems to hold some of Sarasate’s “easier” pieces (pieces that demand less virtuosity) and some of his most difficult. The Fantasy-Caprice…asks the violinist to do things with the bow that don’t even seem possible. The finale of the piece calls for a series of tremolos to be played with a ricochet saltato. While the bow is scrubbing back and forth as fast as it can, a certain flick of the wrist makes it bounce, making a crisp, spiccato-like sound.Yang is a phenomenon, and Handulla is a fine accompanist. Anyone who has heard previous volumes will want this one, and anyone who has never heard Yang should get this recording."

Elaine Fine - American Record Guide, July 2012


"This is volume three of Pablos Sarasate’s music for violin and piano from Naxos, featuring virtuoso Chinese violinist Yang.The composer was a superb violinist ...so he often makes technical demands but his music is lyrical. The opening Bolero Op.30 is enough to convince that Yang will thrill and dazzle the ears as needed, while finding sensitive sympathies with the lyricism.Other standouts are Serenade Andelouse, Reverie, Fantaisie-Caprice and Caprice sur Mireille de Gounod.Bird-call harmonics in Los Pajaros de Chile are a delightful feature. Intonation is always impeccable, in double-stopping passages and those stunning displays of bowing in fiendishly difficult places. Yang plays all with ease—beautifully recorded."

Geoff Adams - Otago Daily Times - June 2012
 


                 Artistic Quality 9      Sound Quality 9

"The virtuoso violin repertoire can sound shallow if not downright irritating, especially when it calls for reams of potentially senseless figuration, as in the bird-like harmonics in Los pájaros de Chile, or even in the opening Boléro…her [Tianwa Yang’s] unfailingly pure intonation and light touch keeps such effects from sounding tiresome, while her uncloying lyricism…provides a welcome respite from the dash and fire of the more dazzling numbers.Markus Hadulla, by the way, is a fine accompanist; kind to his partner but certainly not “second fiddle” ...whether you want a lot or a little, you’re sure to be charmed."

David Hurwitz - ClassicsToday.com - May 2012

 


"...Sarasate’s music continues to impress — the man apparently couldn’t write a worthless trifle, for they all give up pleasures — and Tianwa Yang continues to demonstrate that she is one of the most sensational violin talents of the new century. She gives everything she plays grand emotional sweep, or call it soul, so you hear both dazzling virtuosity and, more precious, super-heated all-in commitment."


Brian Reinhart - MusicWeb-International.com - 4 July 2012


"The young Chinese violinist Tianwa Yang has made a speciality of playing and recording the spectacular violin works of the legendary virtuoso Pblo de Sarasate ... her gifts are ideally suited to such a task with her flawless intonation ... One simply marvels and enjoys ..."

Edward Greenfield - Gramophone magazine - June 2012


                      Performance *****       Recording ****

Julian Haylock - BBC Music magazine - Awards Isue - 2012




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