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Liszt: Duo Sonata on Polish Themes, The Three Gypsies, 2 Elegies, Grand duo concertant on Lafont's 'Le marin'

Voytek Proniewicz, Wojciech Waleczek

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Duo Sonata, S127/R461  
1.1
I. Moderato
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
6:35
1.2
II. Thema con variazioni
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
4:33
1.3
III. Allegretto
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
5:12
1.4
IV. Allegro con brio
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
5:44
1.5
Epithalam zu Eduard Remenyi's Vermahlungsfeier, S129/R466
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
4:38
1.6
Die drei Zigeuner, S383/R469
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
10:07
1.7
Elegie No. 1, S130/R471c
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
5:36
1.8
Elegie No. 2, S131/R472
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
4:56
1.9
Valse-impromptu, S213/R36 (arr. J. Hubay for violin and piano)
Franz Liszt; Jeno Hubay; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
6:38
1.10
Grand duo concertant on Lafont's Le marin, S128/R462
Franz Liszt; Voytek Proniewicz; Wojciech Waleczek
15:30
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:29
"... the superb quality of the playing, instrumental balance, real flair for and affinity with the music itself would make it a desirable addition to any collection. Couple this with Naxos’s first-rate recording and it surely makes it irresistible ..." - MusicWeb International Pianist Wojciech Waleczek and violinist Voytek Proniewicz team up for this recording of chamber works by Liszt, including the Duo Sonata composed as a tribute to Chopin, drawing on one of his famous mazurkas as well as other Polish themes. The challenging Grand duo concertant which concludes this programme shows off each performer at his very best.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at the Witold Lutosławski Concert Studio of Polish Radio, Warsaw, Poland, 3–4 March (tracks 1–4), 15 July (10), 16 July (6, 9) & 17 July (5, 7–8) 2013 Producer: The Theodor Leschetizky Music Society, Warsaw Engineers: Ewa Guziołek-Tubelewicz & Joanna Szczepańska-Antosik Publishers: Southern Music Publishing Co. Inc. (1–4); Bärenreiter (5, 10); C. F. Kahnt Nachfolger, Leipzig (6–8); Editio Musica Budapest (9) Booklet notes: Keith Anderson Cover image: Dawn over the Narew river, Poland (Utiwamoj / Dreamstime)

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