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Cerha - Violin Music

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2014

Originally recorded in 2004

Artists:

Mathilde Hoursiangou

piano, 1-12,19

Kovacic, Ernst

violin

Venue:

Vienna

28-30 Sept 2004

Producer:

Florian Rosensteiner



Engineer:

Josef Schutz



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Violin




Total Time - 70:41
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FRIEDRICH CERHA

 

Sonata for Violin and Piano No.1 (1946-47) *

 
1 I Lebhaft 2:01
2 II Langsam, geheimnisvoll 3:06
3 III Lebhaft 4:08
   
4 

Capriccio (1950) *

3:00
5 

Meditation (1948/51) *

4:50
6 

Altes Lied (1948/51) *

5:35
   
 

Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3 (1954) *

 
7 I Andante 2:18
8 II Interludium 2:12
9 III Allegro 1:55
   
 

Deux éclats en réflexion (1956) *

 
10 No.1 3:10
11 No.2 3:12
   
12 

Formation et solution (1956-57)

8:45
   
 

Sechs Stücke für Violine Solo (1997) *

 
13 No.1 Energisch 1:14
14 No.2 Sehr ruhig 2:14
15 No.3 3:18
16 No.4 7:33
17 No.5 Sehr ruhig 2:47
18 No.6 Energisch 1:23
19 

Rhapsodie pour violon et piano (2001)

8:00
  TT 62:41      
   
   
  * First Recordings  
   
 Kovacic, Ernst violin
 Mathilde Hoursiangou piano, 1-12,19
   


Friedrich Cerha, born in Vienna in 1926, is the doyen of Austrian composers, with a huge catalogue of music to his name. Cerha also trained as a violinist and most of the works in this anthology of his violin pieces were written for himself to play in the 1940s and ’50s, when he was still active as a performer. It begins with his first surviving composition, the Hindemith-like First Violin Sonata of 1947; Stravinsky was another early influence before Cerha found the voice that made him Austria’s leading avant-garde composer. Two later works, from almost half a century on, complete the stylistic trajectory.

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