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Monodialogue

Guy Ben-Ziony

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12 Fantasias for Violin Without Bass  
1.1
No. 10 in D Major, TWV 40:23 (arr. for viola)
Georg Philipp Telemann; Guy Ben-Ziony
5:06
Viola Sonata, Op. 25 No. 1  
1.2
I. Breit. Viertel (“Broad quarter notes”)
Paul Hindemith; Guy Ben-Ziony
1:45
1.3
II. Sehr frisch und straff (“Very fresh and firm”)
Paul Hindemith; Guy Ben-Ziony
1:56
1.4
III. Sehr langsam (“Very slowly”)
Paul Hindemith; Guy Ben-Ziony
5:39
1.5
IV. Rasendes Zeitmaß. Wild. Tonschönheit ist Nebensache. (“Raging tempo. Wild. Tonal beauty is secondary.”)
Paul Hindemith; Guy Ben-Ziony
1:42
1.6
V. Langsam, mit viel Ausdruck (“Slowly, with great expression”)
Paul Hindemith; Guy Ben-Ziony
5:06
12 Fantasias for Violin Without Bass  
1.7
No. 6 in E Minor, TWV 40:19 (arr. for viola)
Georg Philipp Telemann; Guy Ben-Ziony
8:55
1.8
Elegie
Igor Stravinsky; Guy Ben-Ziony
5:37
1.9
No. 1 in B-Flat Major, TWV 40:14 (arr. for viola)
Georg Philipp Telemann; Guy Ben-Ziony
7:49
1.10
Monodialogue
Menachem Wiesenberg; Guy Ben-Ziony
13:08
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:43
Award-winning Israeli violist Guy Ben-Ziony holds a dialogue with himself, performing music that invites the audience to participate as active listeners. The young Berlin-based artist creates ethereal sounds that hover between dream and reality on repertoire hardly ever heard today from Telemann, Stravinsky and Hindemith. The programme comes to an end with the title piece, Menachem Wiesenberg's Monodialogue.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters

Recorded at Bethanienkirche, Leipzig, Germany, July 17–19, August 16, 2015 Recording Producer/Tonmeister: Karsten Zimmermann Editing: Karsten Zimmermann, Alfredo Lasheras Hakobian English Translation: Erik Dorset (pp. 2–3, 5–10) Proofreading: Matthew Harris (pp. 4, 11–14) German Translation: Fritz Krämer (pp. 15–16, 22–25) Booklet Editing: Henriette Pfaender, Leipzig Photography: Giorgia Bertazzi · Yael Ilan, Jerusalem (p. 12) Photomontage Concept: Lourdes Molina, Helsinki Manuscript of the Fantasia No. 6 for Violin without Bass © bpk, Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin Graphic Design: Thorsten Stapel, Münster

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