Label: Deutsche Grammophon - B0016082-02 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Modern
· · When violinist Hilary Hahn and pianist Valentina Lisitsa began working together on Charles Ives' violin sonatas, they commenced with the Third Sonata, which they took on tour in A second tour with the First, Second, and Fourth sonatas followed, and by , the duo was ready to record all four works for Deutsche Grammophon/10(17).
Liner Notes – Hilary Hahn, Robert Kirzinger Photography By [Photo Of Ives (p.2)] – Halley Erskine Photography By [Photos Of Hahn And Lisitsa] – Sam Jones (13).
Ives: Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3 - 1. Adagio (Verse I) - Andante (Verse II) - Allegretto (Verse III) - Adagio (Last Verse) Hilary Hahn Valentina Lisitsa. Hilary Hahn Valentina Lisitsa. Ives: Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3 - 2. Allegro. Hilary Hahn Valentina Lisitsa. Hilary Hahn Valentina Lisitsa.
I was eagerly awaiting this album from Hilary Hahn and Valentina Lisitsa, and it has certainly proven to be worth the wait. These are wonderful performances of Charles Ives' violin sonatas. In advance of this release, in recent weeks I have been listening quite a bit to the great performances of these same works by Curt Thompson and Rodney /5(46).
Allegro 09 III. Adagio (Cantabile) - Andante con spirito Hilary Hahn - violin Valentina Lisitsa – piano prominent auditoriums, was making a point by celebrating her admirable new CD, “Charles Ives: Four Sonatas,” of Ives’s violin sonatas at Mr. Zorn’s space, which seats fewer than
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