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Extraordinary artists doing extraordinary things on "Dialogues". We start with a rarity by Franz Schubert, his "Sonata for Arpeggione". The arpeggione was a now-forgotten two-piano instrument, a kind of guitar-cello with frets, but played with a bow. At the suggestion of guitar and arpeggione player Vincenz Schuster, Schu-bert wrote a composition for it, which Schuster premiered a year after the instrument was invented. When Schubert's Sonata for Arpeggione was published posthumously, the instrument had almost completely dis-appeared. The publisher therefore included a celo part and an alternative violin part, which were used for this CD. And which revolve in many variations around a wonderfully romantic, folk-music-like dancing melo-dy, charged by Kreusch and Orsan with finesse, a sense of drama and mysterious magic.
Extraordinary artists doing extraordinary things on "Dialogues". We start with a rarity by Franz Schubert, his "Sonata for Arpeggione". The arpeggione was a now-forgotten two-piano instrument, a kind of guitar-cello with frets, but played with a bow. At the suggestion of guitar and arpeggione player Vincenz Schuster, Schu-bert wrote a composition for it, which Schuster premiered a year after the instrument was invented. When Schubert's Sonata for Arpeggione was published posthumously, the instrument had almost completely dis-appeared. The publisher therefore included a celo part and an alternative violin part, which were used for this CD. And which revolve in many variations around a wonderfully romantic, folk-music-like dancing melo-dy, charged by Kreusch and Orsan with finesse, a sense of drama and mysterious magic.
4014063434029

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Format: CD
Label: FINE MUSIC
Rel. Date: 07/15/2022
UPC: 4014063434029

Dialogues
Artist: Johannes / Tonio / Kreusch
Format: CD
New: Available to Order Online, Call Store for local availability $10.18
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sonata "Arpeggione" D.821 - Allegro Moderato
2. Sonata "Arpeggione" D.821 - Adagio
3. Sonata "Arpeggione" D.821 - Allegretto
4. Danza EspaƱola No. 5 Andaluza
5. Danza EspaƱola N. 2 Oriental
6. Danza EspaƱola No. 4 Villanesca
7. Piezas Para Violin y Guitarra - Preludio
8. Piezas Para Violin y Guitarra - Danza a Tres
9. Piezas Para Violin y Guitarra - Habanereando
10. Piezas Para Violin y Guitarra - Crepuscular
11. Piezas Para Violin y Guitarra - CanciĆ³n Sin Palabras
12. Piezas Para Violin y Guitarra - Zapateadero
13. Dia Lohgi D'Amore VII

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Extraordinary artists doing extraordinary things on "Dialogues". We start with a rarity by Franz Schubert, his "Sonata for Arpeggione". The arpeggione was a now-forgotten two-piano instrument, a kind of guitar-cello with frets, but played with a bow. At the suggestion of guitar and arpeggione player Vincenz Schuster, Schu-bert wrote a composition for it, which Schuster premiered a year after the instrument was invented. When Schubert's Sonata for Arpeggione was published posthumously, the instrument had almost completely dis-appeared. The publisher therefore included a celo part and an alternative violin part, which were used for this CD. And which revolve in many variations around a wonderfully romantic, folk-music-like dancing melo-dy, charged by Kreusch and Orsan with finesse, a sense of drama and mysterious magic.
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