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This new recording marks the reformation of the legendary duo of Patricia Kopatchinskaja and Fazil Say. The Moldovan violinist says the Turkish pianist 'is a volcano, with an indomitable strength and energy', while he emphasizes the 'freedom' that her 'spontaneous playing' exudes: 'At each concert, she creates a different character and tells a new story.' The explosive duo presents a program devoted to Bartók's Violin Sonata no.1 ('a marvel from start to finish, one of his finest works', says Patkop), Brahms's D minor Sonata ('I imagine a feather in flight at the opening of the sonata') and Janácek's Sonata, 'an extreme work, wounded and heart-rending'.
This new recording marks the reformation of the legendary duo of Patricia Kopatchinskaja and Fazil Say. The Moldovan violinist says the Turkish pianist 'is a volcano, with an indomitable strength and energy', while he emphasizes the 'freedom' that her 'spontaneous playing' exudes: 'At each concert, she creates a different character and tells a new story.' The explosive duo presents a program devoted to Bartók's Violin Sonata no.1 ('a marvel from start to finish, one of his finest works', says Patkop), Brahms's D minor Sonata ('I imagine a feather in flight at the opening of the sonata') and Janácek's Sonata, 'an extreme work, wounded and heart-rending'.
3760014198854

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Format: CD
Label: ALPHA
Rel. Date: 01/13/2023
UPC: 3760014198854

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This new recording marks the reformation of the legendary duo of Patricia Kopatchinskaja and Fazil Say. The Moldovan violinist says the Turkish pianist 'is a volcano, with an indomitable strength and energy', while he emphasizes the 'freedom' that her 'spontaneous playing' exudes: 'At each concert, she creates a different character and tells a new story.' The explosive duo presents a program devoted to Bartók's Violin Sonata no.1 ('a marvel from start to finish, one of his finest works', says Patkop), Brahms's D minor Sonata ('I imagine a feather in flight at the opening of the sonata') and Janácek's Sonata, 'an extreme work, wounded and heart-rending'.
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