℗ 2020 Naxos
Released May 8, 2020
Duration 59m 36s
Catalogue No. 8.559888
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

3 American Sonatas

Cho-Liang Lin, Jon Kimura Parker

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Violin Sonata  
1.1
I. Vanishing Point
Paul Schoenfeld; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
6:15
1.2
II. Intermezzo
Paul Schoenfeld; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
7:14
1.3
III. Romanza
Paul Schoenfeld; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
4:27
1.4
IV. Freilach
Paul Schoenfeld; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
5:30
1.5
I. Calmo
Steven Stucky; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
6:52
1.6
II. Interlude
Steven Stucky; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
4:38
1.7
III. Scherzo - Finale
Steven Stucky; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
7:26
Violin Sonata No. 1  
1.8
I. Sinfonia
John Harbison; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
4:29
1.9
II. Intermezzo
John Harbison; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
3:10
1.10
III. Aria
John Harbison; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
2:23
1.11
IV. Rondo - V. Poscritto
John Harbison; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
4:37
1.12
Canon for Aaron
Leonard Bernstein; Cho-Liang Lin; Jon Kimura Parker
2:35
Digital Booklet
The three sonatas on this recording were written at the behest of violinist Cho-Liang Lin, who worked closely with each composer at their premiere performance. Paul Schoenfeld’s Violin Sonata references literary influences and the composer’s past as well as his Jewish heritage in the work’s final Freilach or ‘joyous dance.’ Steven Stucky acknowledged Debussy as the source of inspiration in his work, while the alchemy of John Harbison’s style creates music that is simultaneously abstract and narrative. Wryly introduced as “crazy modern music,” Bernstein’s brief Canon for Aaron was composed for Copland’s 70th birthday celebrations.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.93
-6.37 to -1.00
-23.08
-27.71 to -18.77
13
11 to 16
1
I. Vanishing Point
-1.03-18.7711
2
II. Intermezzo
-1.04-24.9116
3
III. Romanza
-1.05-23.8013
4
IV. Freilach
-1.04-19.4812
5
I. Calmo
-1.03-23.2713
6
II. Interlude
-1.05-24.9915
7
III. Scherzo - Finale
-1.00-20.7812
8
I. Sinfonia
-1.02-21.7213
9
II. Intermezzo
-3.18-24.7913
10
III. Aria
-4.35-25.8713
11
IV. Rondo - V. Poscritto
-1.03-20.9112
12
Canon for Aaron
-6.37-27.7113

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