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ZEMLINSKY, A. von: Serenade in A major / BRAHMS, J.: Violin Sonata No. 3 / SCHUBERT, F.: Fantasy, Op. 159 (Contzen, Schuch)

ZEMLINSKY, A. von: Serenade in A major / BRAHMS, J.: Violin Sonata No. 3 / SCHUBERT, F.: Fantasy, Op. 159 (Contzen, Schuch)

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release date: November 2011


Artists:

Herbert Schuch

Soloist

Record Label
Oehms Classics

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 70:01
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ZEMLINSKY, A. von: Serenade in A major / BRAHMS, J.: Violin Sonata No. 3 / SCHUBERT, F.: Fantasy, Op. 159 (Contzen, Schuch)

     
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ALEXANDER ZEMLINSKY

 

Serenade in A major

 
1 I. Massig 2:27
     
2 II. Langsam, mit grossem ausdruck 6:45
     
3 III. Sehr schnell und leicht 4:06
     
4 IV. Massiges Walzertempo 3:42
     
5 V. Schnell 3:47
     
 

FRANZ SCHUBERT

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Fantasy in C major, Op. 159, D. 934

25:08
     
 

JOHANNES BRAHMS

 

Violin Sonata No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108

 
7 I. Allegro 8:16
     
8 II. Adagio 4:29
     
9 III. Un poco presto e con sentimento 2:41
     
10 IV. Presto agitato 8:40
     
 Herbert Schuch Soloist


Each of these two instrumentalists has a highly successful solo career; together, however, they maintain a violin/piano duo that fascinates listeners with meticulously worked-out, highly intense interpretations. For their first album together, Mirijam Contzen and Herbert Schuch have selected works of composers who resided in 19th century Vienna. Schubert, Brahms and Zemlinsky represent three different generations of Viennese musical life, each with its own distinctive character. Schubert’s great C Major Fantasie is hardly ever heard in as concentrated and masterful a version; seldom is the work’s musical substance formulated as urgently as by this duo, which plays so well together. Zemlinsky’s charming, early “Serenade” is a true rarity of the chamber music repertoire, and certainly unknown by most listeners.
 
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