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Interwar Duets

Yegor Dyachkov, Olivier Thouin

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Sonata for Violin and Cello (1920-22)  
1.1
I. Allegro
Maurice Ravel; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:11
1.2
II. Très vif
Maurice Ravel; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
3:35
1.3
III. Lent
Maurice Ravel; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:40
1.4
IV. Vif, avec entrain
Maurice Ravel; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:49
Duet for Violin and Cello No. 1, H 157 (1928)  
1.5
II. Preludium. Andante Moderato
Bohuslav Martinu; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
4:54
1.6
II. Rondo. Allegro con brio
Bohuslav Martinu; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
8:17
Duet for Violin and Cello (1925)  
1.7
I. Moderato
Erwin Schulhoff; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:52
1.8
II. Zingaresca. Allegro giocoso
Erwin Schulhoff; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
3:34
1.9
III. Andantino
Erwin Schulhoff; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:01
1.10
IV. Moderato
Erwin Schulhoff; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
4:00
Sonatina for Violin and Cello, H80 (1932)  
1.11
I. Allegro
Arthur Honegger; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:07
1.12
II. Andante
Arthur Honegger; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
5:27
1.13
III. Allegro
Arthur Honegger; Yegor Dyachkov; Olivier Thouin
4:16
Total Playing Time    66:43
In the immense landscape that is chamber music, the duet for violin and cello is assuredly not the most well-travelled road. Even so, in the aftermath of World War I, while Europe was succumbing to jazz fever and gypsy music, while classical music teeter-tottered between two worlds, tradition and modernity, a few rare composers rose brilliantly to the challenges posed by such a sparse ensemble. The four works on this album—delicate jewels of finely wrought chiaroscuro whose glinting reflections vary from the warm glow of an ember to the dazzling flash of a spark—are among the most outstanding achievements of this little golden age.
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