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Langgaard: Complete Works for Violin & Piano, Vol. 2

Gunvor Sihm, Berit Johansen Tange, Per Salo, Danish National Symphony Orchestra, Thomas Søndergård

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Sonata No. 1, BVN 94 "Viole"  
1.1
I. Maestoso fiero espressivo
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
13:36
1.2
II. Molto allegro scherzoso
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
6:43
1.3
III. Lento cogitoso
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
8:45
1.4
IV. Molto allegro marcato
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
10:52
Andante religioso  
1.5
BVN 407 (Arr. Violin & Piano)
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
4:27
Sunday Sonata, BVN 393  
1.6
I. Poco allegro marcato
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
6:27
1.7
II. Slowly, Earnestly
Rued Langgaard; Gunvor Sihm; Berit Johansen Tange
2:30
1.8
III. Half Note = 50
Rued Langgaard; Per Salo
2:43
1.9
IV. Moderato - Presto
Rued Langgaard; Per Salo; Thomas Søndergård; Danish National Symphony Orchestra
2:47
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Total Playing Time    58:50
In the veritable musical frenzy that struck Rued Langgaard (1893-1952) near the end of his life, he composed several violin sonatas – a genre he had not paid much attention to since his early days. In this second in a series of three recordings presenting Langgaard’s complete works for violin and piano the award-winning violinist Gunvor Sihm and the Langgaard expert Berit Johansen Tange perform the Violin Sonata No. 1, composed in the course of four days in mid-June – when Langgaard was vacationing in Southern Sweden, and Langgaard’s last work for violin, the Andante religioso, in addition to the Sunday Sonata, one of Langgaard’s most bizarre and unpredictable compositions.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Records Studio Masters

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