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Bloch Sonatas

Nurit Stark, Cédric Pescia

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Violin Sonata No. 1 in A Minor  
1
I. Agitato
Ernest Bloch; Nurit Stark; Cédric Pescia
10:53
2
II. Molto quieto
Ernest Bloch; Nurit Stark; Cédric Pescia
8:55
3
III. Moderato
Ernest Bloch; Nurit Stark; Cédric Pescia
8:57
Violin Sonata No. 2 "Poème mystique"  
4
I. Andante moderato - II. Animato - III. L'istesso tempo - IV. Animato
Ernest Bloch; Nurit Stark; Cédric Pescia
20:20
Piano Sonata  
5
I. Maestoso ed energico - Animato
Ernest Bloch; Cédric Pescia
7:03
6
II. Pastorale. Andante
Ernest Bloch; Cédric Pescia
7:19
7
III. Moderato alla marcia
Ernest Bloch; Cédric Pescia
6:42
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    70:09
Israeli violinist Nurit Stark and French-Swiss pianist Cédric Pescia explore the sonatas of Ernest Bloch on this release for Claves. Including the Violin Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 as well as Bloch's single Piano Sonata. The experimental, emotionally charged, and at times deeply sorrowful nature of these works are given full voice by Stark and Pescia.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Claves Records Studio Masters

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