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Turkish Music for Solo Violin

Ellen Jewett

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Violin Partita, Op. 36  
I. Preludio
Ahmet Adnan Saygun; Ellen Jewett
II. Scherzo
Ahmet Adnan Saygun; Ellen Jewett
III. Tema con variazioni
Ahmet Adnan Saygun; Ellen Jewett
IV. Finale
Ahmet Adnan Saygun; Ellen Jewett
Beautiful and Unowned (2017 Revised Version)
Onur Türkmen; Ellen Jewett
Mahir Cetiz; Ellen Jewett
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:54
Acclaimed violinist Ellen Jewett’s explorations of Turkey’s musical traditions led to her discovery of Saygun’s Partita, a dense and expressive sister to Bartók’s solo sonata that weaves a beautiful tapestry of colours by combining a rich Romanticism with traditional folk elements. Onur Türkmen’s Beautiful and Unowned is inspired by the unique dreamlike atmosphere of Cappadocia, while Mahir Cetiz’s Soliloquy is a monologue that ranges from cries to whispers. Both of these recent works were commissioned by Ellen Jewett, and the entire programme was recorded in the unique acoustics of a hand-carved Cappadocian cavern.
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Tracks 1-4 – 44.1 kHz / 23-bit PCM

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