Louis Spohr (1784-1859) Duets for two violins Op. 39 (Duettek két Hegedűre) / Audio CD 1999 / 1st Violin Péter Csaba, 2nd Violin Vilmos Szabadi / Hungaroton Classic / HCD 31866
Louis Spohr (1784-1859) Duets for two violins Op. 39 (Duettek két Hegedűre) / Audio CD 1999 / 1st Violin Péter Csaba, 2nd Violin Vilmos Szabadi / Hungaroton Classic
AUDIO CD 1999
MADE IN HUNGARY
TOTAL TIME: 71'00"
Louis Spohr ([ˈluːi ˈʃpo:ɐ], 5 April 1784 – 22 October 1859), baptized Ludewig Spohr, later often in the modern German form of the name Ludwig, was a German composer, violinist and conductor. Highly regarded during his lifetime, Spohr composed ten symphonies, ten operas, eighteen violin concerti, four clarinet concerti, four oratorios, and various works for small ensemble, chamber music, and art songs. Spohr was the inventor of both the violin chinrest and the orchestral rehearsal mark. His output occupies a pivotal position between Classicism and Romanticism, but fell into obscurity following his death, when his music was rarely heard. The late 20th century saw a revival of interest in his oeuvre, especially in Europe.
D-moll duett két hegedűre Op. 39 No 1 / Duet for two violins in D minor
1 I. Allegro
2 II. Adagio
3 III. Presto
Esz-dúr duett két hegedűre Op. 39 No 2 / Duet for two violins in E flat major
4 I. Andante
5 II. Menuetto. Allegro
6 III. Vivace
E-dúr duett ket hegedűre Op.39 No 3 / Duet for two violins in E major
7 I. Adagio. Allegro molto agitato
8 II. Andante con variazioni
9 1. Variazione
10 2. Variazione
11 3. Variazione
12 4. Variazione
13 5. Variazione
14 6. Variazione
15 III. Rondo alla Polacca
1. hegedű / 1st violin
Péter Csaba (born 1952 in Transilvania Romania) is a Romanian violinist and conductor of Hungarian ethnic origin.
Csaba was the artistic director and permanent conductor of the Swedish chamber orchestra Musica Vitae between 1993 and 2000. He is the artistic director of the chamber orchestra Virtuosi di Kuhmo in Finland, and since 1996, the musical director of the Orchestre Symphonique de Besançon. Since 1996 he has led the Orchestra Class of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon. Péter Csaba is artistic director of the Festival Lappland Festspiel in Arjeplog in Sweden.
2. hegedű / 2nd violin
Vilmos Szabadi, (born 1959) is a Hungarian violinist. He is the double prize winner (1999, 2002) of the prestigious MIDEM Festival in Cannes, FRANCE. “PRIMA”, HUNGAROTON, Liszt prized artist. In 2018 the Bartók-Pásztory prize was awarded him. Head of Violin Department of the Liszt Ferenc Academy of music, Budapest. So far 59 CDs were released by his contribution, mainly by HUNGAROTON record company. He is invited whole over the world giving master classes as Tokyo, Helsinki, Isa Austria, Singapore and USA etc. In the previous years he is steady Jury members of leading international violin competitions. Szabadi studied under Professor Ferenc Halász at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest where on receiving his diploma, he became the youngest-ever member to join the teaching staff. Then he studied, after graduation, with Sándor Végh, Ruggiero Ricci and Loránt Fenyves. In 1982 he won first prize (with special mention) in the Hungarian Radio Violin Competition and the following year in the Jenő Hubay competition in Budapest. In 1985 Szabadi was awarded 3rd prize at the international Jean Sibelius Violin Competition in Finland where he has since been invited to perform regularly and to give master classes.
SPARS CODE: DDD
Notes in English, French, German and Hungarian
This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!