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The Outcry: Works by Sergei Prokofiev and Dmitri Shostakovich

Igor Malinovsky, Itamar Golan

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Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 80  
1
I. Andante assai
Sergei Prokofiev; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
6:51
2
II. Allegro brusco
Sergei Prokofiev; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
6:48
3
III. Andante
Sergei Prokofiev; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
8:02
4
IV. Allegrissimo
Sergei Prokofiev; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
7:26
Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, Op. 134  
5
I. Andante
Dmitri Shostakovich; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
10:50
6
II. Allegretto
Dmitri Shostakovich; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
6:25
7
III. Largo
Dmitri Shostakovich; Igor Malinovsky; Itamar Golan
14:10
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:32
"... these players actually manage to draw out and deliver considerable emotional impact (from the Shostakovich) ... if this coupling attracts then you need have no hesitation in acquiring this release. With superb performances and a very fine recording I have no caveats to report."
- MusicWeb International

Russian violinist Igor Malinovsky and Israeli pianist Itamar Golan team up to present two of the "wildest" violin sonatas of the 20th century: Prokofiev's Violin Sonata No. 1 and Shostakovich's Violin Sonata. Malinovsky is a highly regarded orchestral instrumentalist and soloist as well as a teacher; Golan performs with renowned soloists and ensembles throughout the world and has established himself as an exceptional chamber musician, on which he concentrates almost exclusively.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recording producer/Tonmeister: Karsten Zimmermann
Editing: Karsten Zimmermann, Christian Jaeger and Holger Busse
Recording location: Mendelssohn-Saal, Gewandhaus, Germany
Date: April 18 - 20, 2014
Piano: Steinway D
Piano tuner: Stephan Wittig
Booklet editing: Nora Gohlke, Leipzig
Text: Julia Brettschneider, Dresden; Anna Kartini, Stein am Rhein (CH)
English translation: Matthew Harris, Buchen
Photography: Monika Lawrenz (cover), RIA Nowosti (p. 5)
Lars Neumann (p. 8), Eric Manas (p. 9)
Picture editing: Simone Angerer, Hamburg
Graphic design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster
Layout: Silke Bierwolf, Leipzig

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