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Brahms: Violin Sonatas

Daniela Cammarano, Alessandro Deljavan

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Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78  
1
I. Vivace ma non troppo
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
12:44
2
II. Adagio - Piu andante - Adagio
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
8:24
3
III. Allegro molto moderato
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
11:12
Violin Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 100  
4
I. Allegro amabile
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
9:21
5
II. Andante tranquillo - Vivace - Andante - Vivace di piu - Andante - Vivace
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
7:07
6
III. Allegro grazioso (e quasi andante)
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
6:23
Violin Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108  
7
I. Allegro
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
9:58
8
II. Adagio
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
5:02
9
III. Un poco presto e con sentimento
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
3:17
10
IV. Presto agitato
Johannes Brahms; Daniela Cammarano; Alessandro Deljavan
6:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    79:48
This album contains the three "official" violin sonatas by Brahms, performed by the young Italian duo of violinist Daniela Cammarano and pianist Alessandro Deljavan. Brahms was intensely self-critical about his violin sonatas and kept his early efforts to himself; he composed his first when he was just 20, which he probably played privately with his friends; he may well have written at least four more, all of which were destroyed. It took Brahms another 20 years to produce what is now recognized as his Sonata No. 1. Like the two sonatas that followed, it was written for his friend, violinist and fellow composer Joseph Joachim.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – OnClassical Studio Masters

Recorded at Pieve di Sant’Eusebio, Bassano del Grappa, the 19-21 May 2011.
Sound engineer, editing, mastering: Alessandro Simonetto
Artistic direction: William Grant Naboré
Photo: eFFeA Ph di Francesco Astolfi
Graphic: Manuel Mocellin
Violin: Giovan Battista Guadagnini 1780 “Il Soldato”
Piano: Steinway D, 1986, prepared by Silvano Zanta

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