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The Polish Violin

Jennifer Pike, Peter Limonov

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Mythes, Op. 30  
1.1
No. 1, La fontaine d'Arethuse
Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
6:16
1.2
No. 2, Narcisse
Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
8:40
1.3
No. 3, Dryades et pan
Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
8:26
Nocturne & Tarantella in E Minor, Op. 28  
1.4
I. Nocturne
Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
5:39
1.5
II. Tarantella
Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
5:35
Król Roger, Op. 46  
1.6
Chant de Roxane (Arr. P. Kochanski for Violin & Piano)
Paul Kochanski; Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
5:31
1.7
Romance in D Major, Op. 23
Karol Szymanowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
6:50
2 Piano Pieces, Op. 45  
1.8
No. 2, Guitarre in G Major (Arr. P. de Sarasate for Violin & Piano)
Pablo de Sarasate; Moritz Moszkowski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
4:05
1.9
Impromptu for Violin & Piano
Mieczysław Karłowicz; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
8:46
1.10
Légende in G Minor, Op. 17 (Version for Violin & Piano)
Henryk Wieniawski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
8:09
1.11
Polonaise de concert in D Major, Op. 4 (Version for Violin & Piano)
Henryk Wieniawski; Jennifer Pike; Peter Limonov
6:24
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:21
The acclaimed violinist Jennifer Pike returns to Chandos to explore her heritage through the repertoire of a group of composers fundamental to the history of Polish music for the violin. From Janiewicz in the late eighteenth century right through to Bacewicz in the middle of the twentieth, Poland produced a number of composer-violinists well known across Europe. All of them were talented musicians as well as composers, their compositions technically demanding. Jennifer Pike here plays music by Karlowicz, Szymanowski, Wieniawski, and Moszkowski with complete control and deep feeling, sympathetically accompanied by Petr Limonov, winner of the Nikolai Rubinstein International Piano Competition.
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