℗ 2017 Deutschlandradio / Avi-Service for music, Cologne / Germany
Released September 15, 2017
Duration 1h 11m 34s
Genre Classical
 

Bach & Ysaÿe, Vol. 3

Antje Weithaas

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Sonata No. 3 in C Major for Violin Solo, BWV 1005  
1.1
I. Adagio
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:49
1.2
II. Fuga
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
11:00
1.3
III. Largo
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:22
1.4
IV. Allegro assai
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
4:49
Sonata No. 6 in E Major for Violin Solo, Op. 27  
1.5
Allegro giusto non troppo vivo
Eugène Ysaÿe; Antje Weithaas
7:33
1.6
I. Allemande. Lento maestoso
Eugène Ysaÿe; Antje Weithaas
5:46
1.7
II. Sarabande. Quasi Lento
Eugène Ysaÿe; Antje Weithaas
3:24
1.8
III. Finale. Presto ma non troppo
Eugène Ysaÿe; Antje Weithaas
3:20
Partita No. 1 in B Minor for Violin Solo, BWV 1002  
1.9
I. Allemanda
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
5:56
1.10
II. Double
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:02
1.11
III. Corrente
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:00
1.12
IV. Double
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:12
1.13
V. Sarabande
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:52
1.14
VI. Double
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:24
1.15
VII. Tempo di Borea
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
3:09
1.16
VIII. Double
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antje Weithaas
2:56
Composer Eugène Ysaÿe wrote six sonatas for solo violin in a frenzied 24 hours after attending a concert in which Bach's G minor Sonata BMV 1001 was performed. The resulting compositions overtly reference Bach's unaccompanied works for violin, making for a natural pairing in this programme. In the third instalment of solo violin pieces by the two composers masterful German violinist Antje Weithaas brings here meticulous technique and refreshing subtlety and sensitivity to Ysaÿe's Sonata No. 6 in E Major for Violin Solo which is bookended by two beautiful Bach works.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CAvi-music Studio Masters
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I. Adagio
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2
II. Fuga
-0.20-18.40-14.612
3
III. Largo
-4.67-24.94-20.213
4
IV. Allegro assai
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5
Allegro giusto non troppo vivo
-0.20-19.35-14.212
6
I. Allemande. Lento maestoso
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7
II. Sarabande. Quasi Lento
-0.20-23.70-19.013
8
III. Finale. Presto ma non troppo
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I. Allemanda
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10
II. Double
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III. Corrente
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IV. Double
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V. Sarabande
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14
VI. Double
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15
VII. Tempo di Borea
-0.20-16.32-12.611
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VIII. Double
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