℗ 2016 Delos
Released July 8, 2016
Duration 58m 21s
Catalogue No. DE3519
Genre Classical (Instrumental)
 

Sonata-Song

Milan Milisavljević

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Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004  
1.1
V. Chaconne (arr. by A. Tamestit for Viola)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Antoine Tamestit; Milan Milisavljević
14:36
Divertimento for Cello  
1.2
Sarabande for Viola
Krzysztof Penderecki; Milan Milisavljević
3:52
1.3
Figment IV
Elliott Carter; Milan Milisavljević
3:14
Viola Sonata  
1.4
I. Allegro moderato
John Harbison; Milan Milisavljević
2:20
1.5
II. Andante
John Harbison; Milan Milisavljević
3:09
1.6
III. Scherzo
John Harbison; Milan Milisavljević
2:36
1.7
IV. Adagio
John Harbison; Milan Milisavljević
4:32
1.8
Sonata-pesnya
Aram Khachaturian; Milan Milisavljević
12:16
1.9
Elegy
Benjamin Britten; Milan Milisavljević
6:39
1.10
Lacrimosa
Valentin Silvestrov; Milan Milisavljević
5:07
Digital Booklet
This debut solo release from Sebian-born violist Milan Milisavljević includes solo works by Bach, Britten, Elliott Carter, Aram Khachaturian, Krysztof Penderecki, Valentin Silvestrov and the world premiere of a John Harbison composition. Milisavljević demonstrates stunning beauty of tone and stylistic magic on this fascinating and highly varied programme, some of these pieces in his own arrangements. To hear him play his marvellous transcription of Bach’s famous Chaconne is a particularly moving and transcendental listening experience. As recordings of unaccompanied viola are rare, aficionados of the instrument and fans of great music in general will be swept away by this unique, revelatory and captivating album.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Delos Studio Masters

Recorded at SUNY Purchase Recital Hall, June 2-3, 2014 Producer: Judith Sherman Engineer: Jeanne Valonis Photo credit: Caroline M. Johnston Viola by Joseph Curtin, 1983 Bow by Charles Espey, 2007
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-2.07
-5.40 to -0.96
-24.36
-29.09 to -19.77
-19.85
-24.80 to -15.50
14
12 to 16
1
V. Chaconne (arr. by A. Tamestit for Viola)
-0.97-21.53-18.214
2
Sarabande for Viola
-3.28-29.09-23.916
3
Figment IV
-0.97-25.08-20.615
4
I. Allegro moderato
-0.98-19.77-15.513
5
II. Andante
-1.35-23.55-18.912
6
III. Scherzo
-0.96-20.46-16.413
7
IV. Adagio
-1.00-22.67-17.813
8
Sonata-pesnya
-0.97-25.00-20.815
9
Elegy
-4.80-27.40-21.613
10
Lacrimosa
-5.40-29.09-24.814

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