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Artist : Arthur Grimiaux (violin), István Hajdu (piano)
Title : Encore! Bravo! Da capo! Arthur Grumiaux plays his best-loved encores vol.2

 

RELEASE DATE : 20. Aug. 2018
FORMAT : Vinyl
CAT NO : LP43108
DISC : 1
BARCODE : 8808678161083

 

● From the original masters of Universal Music
● Audiophile analogue mastering by Rainer Maillard at Emil Berliner Studios.
● 180g audiophile virgin vinyl pressed by Pallas GmbH in Germany

 

RECORDING INFORMATION
Recorded : 28.11 - 4.12 1972 & 12-16. 2. 1973

 

The good Arthur Grumiaux was in a very sentimental mood when he chose the twenty-nine works for this pair of discs. The prevailing pace is andante, the prevailing mood one of heavy sweetness-the stuff to send an audience out not with pulses pounding. There are, of course, nice moments. a Mozart Rondo is bright, articulate, and well planned: Granados' Danza espa-hola No. 5 (Andaluza) is warm and compelling, with its minor -major cadence as magical as ever: Kreisler's Schon Rosmarin is beguiling.—High Fidelity
 

Encore! Bravo! Da capo! Arthur Grumiaux plays his best-loved encores vol.2

SKU: LP43108
  • Track List

     

    Side 1

    1. Largo – Francesco Maria Veracini 
    2. Rondino On A Theme Of Beethoven (Compiled By – Fritz Kreisler) 
    3. Andantino Im Stile Von Padre Martini – Fritz Kreisler 
    4. La Capricieuse – Sir Edward Elgar 
    5. Apres Un Reve – Gabriel Fauré 
    6. Tango, Op.165 No.2 – Isaac Albéniz 
    7. Valse Triste – Franz Von Vecsey 
    8. Estrellita – Manuel María Ponce Cuéllar 
    9. Nocturne, Op. 51 No.3 – Jean Sibelius

     

    Side 2

    1. Andantino – Giovanni Battista Pergolesi 
    2. Serenade, D.957 No.4 – Franz Schubert 
    3. Minuet From Diversimento No.17 In D, K.334 – W. A. Mozart 
    4. Traumerei – Robert Schumann 
    5. Larghetto From Sonatina In G, Op.100 – Antonín Dvořák 
    6. Ave Maria – Charles Gounod 
    7. Andante & Allegro Vivo E Spiritoso – Niccolò Paganini 
    8. Songs Of My Mother Taught Me – Antonín Dvořák