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Tibor Harsányi: A Hungarian in Paris - Violin Sonatina - Violin Sonata - Viola Sonata - Trois pièces de danse

Charles Wetherbee, David Korevaar

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Sonatina for Violin and Piano  
1.1
I. Moderato
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
6:23
1.2
II. Scherzo
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
3:58
1.3
III. Allegro giusto
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
8:41
Sonata for Violin and Piano  
1.4
I. Allegro ma non troppo
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
6:46
1.5
II. Lento
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
9:03
1.6
III. Vivace
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
5:47
Trois pièces de danse  
1.7
No. 1. Mouvement de tango
Tibor Harsányi; David Korevaar
2:12
1.8
No. 2. Mouvement de Boston. Lent
Tibor Harsányi; David Korevaar
2:29
1.9
No. 3. Mouvement de foxtrot
Tibor Harsányi; David Korevaar
2:06
Sonata for Viola and Piano  
1.10
I. Allegro cantabile
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
6:49
1.11
II. Adagio
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
6:43
1.12
III. Allegro giocoso con vivo
Tibor Harsányi; Charles Wetherbee; David Korevaar
5:24
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:21
Violinist and violist Charles Wetherbee and pianist David Korevaar join forces on this album of works by Tibor Harsányi, a student of Kodaly in Budapest. A pianist and conductor as well as a composer, Harsányi travelled to France in 1923 where he joined an elite group of expatriates known as "l’école de Paris." The music on this recording presents a survey of Harsányi's stylistic development, from one of his earliest works, the Sonatina, with its essentially Romantic roots, to his final work, the Viola Sonata, notable for its mixture of sensuousness and earthiness that connects it to the earlier compositions. The Violin Sonata reflects currents of modernism in Paris, including American jazz, as well as the music of his compatriot Bartók.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Grusin Music Hall, College of Music, Boulder, CO, USA, from 4th to 6th June, 2014 Producers: Samuel Welsh and Eneida Larti Engineer: Ed Thompson Violin by Kurt Widenhouse, Viola by Raymond Hardy, Piano by Shigeru Kawai Piano technicians: Ted Mulcahey and Tim Wirth Publishers: R. Deiss (tracks 1-3); La Sirène Musicale (tracks 4-6); Heugel et Cie. (tracks 7-12) Booklet notes: David Korevaar Cover painting by Rolff Images / Fotolia

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