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TO 0122

Raphael: Music for Violin

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2010

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Emilio Peroni

piano

Darius Kaunas

violin

Pauline Reguig

violin

Venue:

Kammermusiksaal der Hochschule fur Musik und Theater, Rostock



Producer:

Carsten Storm


Martin Anderson

(Executive)

Engineer:

Carsten Storm



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Violin




Total Time - 59:59
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GUNTER RAPHAEL

(1903-1960)
   
 

Sonatina in B minor, Op. 52, for violin and piano (1944)

11:38  
1 I Massig 5:06
2 II Breit und gesangvoll 3:18
3 III Tanzerisch belebt, dabei etwas schwerfallig und derb 3:14
 Emilio Peroni piano
 

Sonata in E major, Op. 46, No. 2, for solo violin (1940)

11:50  
4 I Sehr langsam 3:40
5 II Scherzo: Ganze Takte 2:14
6 III Gemessen 5:56
   
 

Duo in G minor, Op. 47, No. 1, for two violins (1940)

10:42  
7 I Mit lebhafter Energie 3:42
8 II Langsam gehend (in fliessender Bewegung) 2:37
9 III Nicht zu lebhaft, ein wenig gemachlich 4:23
 Darius Kaunas violin
   
  first recording  
 

Sonata in A minor, Op. 46, No. 1, for solo violin (1940)

8:48  
10 I In Form einer freien Fantasie 3:23
11 II Ruhig und gesangvoll 3:56
12 III Ausserst schnell 1:29
   
 

Sonata No. 3 in C major, Op. 43, for violin and piano (1936)

17:01  
13 I Vivace 6:51
14 II Allegretto grazioso 4:47
15 III Con fuoco 5:23
 Emilio Peroni piano
   
 Pauline Reguig violin
  1 February 2010 (tracks 1-3 and 13-15) and 12 March 2010 (tracks 4-12)  


In the first part of his career Günter Raphael (1903-60) enjoyed performances of his music by Germany’s leading musicians, among them the Busch Quartet and Wilhelm Furtwängler. But declared a ’half-jew’ by the Nazis in  1934, he was forced from his prestigious teaching position in Leipzig. Confined to hospital by tuberculosis during the War years, he continued to compose while his doctors protected him from persecution. These violin works - strongly melodic and rhythmically vital - continue the mainstream of German Romanticism as refracted through Hindemith; the two solo sonatas have echoes of Bach.

"...One can sense that these gifted artists play this music with obvious inner conviction. This is a fascinating and no doubt, in its way, important issue."

Robert Matthew-Walker

International Record Review - February 2011



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