Bach: “Sei Solo” — Sonata No.1 in G minor for Violin Solo, BWV 1001

Media review — Bach: Sonata No.1 in G minor for Violin Solo, BWV 1001 — a comparison of 25 artists / 26 recordings, from historic to HIP: with Kreisler (1926), Menuhin (1936), Szigeti (1956), Grumiaux (1961), Szeryng (1967), Kremer (1980), Zehetmair (1982), Schröder (1985), Paternoster (1995, cello), Huggett (1997), Podger (1999), Kremer (2002), Tetzlaff (2005), Mullova (2008), Baráti (2009), Ibragimova (2009), Khachatryan (2009), Beyer (2011), Pietsch (2011), Busch (2012), Faust (2012), Carmignola (2018), Pochekin (2018), Aldemir (2019, viola), Cotik (2019), Hadelich (2020)
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Bach: “Sei Solo”, Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo — Comparison Summary

Media review — Bach: The Sonatas and Partitas for Violin Solo (Sei Solo) BWV 1001-1006 — Comparison Summary, Artist and Media Information. 26 artists / 28 recordings, from historic to HIP: Kreisler (1926), Menuhin (1936), Szigeti (1956), Grumiaux (1961), Szeryng (1967), Kremer (1980), Zehetmair (1982), Schröder (1985), Paternoster (1995, cello), Huggett (1997), Podger (1999), Kremer (2002), Tetzlaff (2005), Mullova (2008), Baráti (2009), Faust (2009), Ibragimova (2009), Khachatryan (2009), Beyer (2011), Pietsch (2011), Busch (2012), Faust (2012), Bohren (2017), Carmignola (2018), Pochekin (2018), Aldemir (2019, viola), Cotik (2019), Hadelich (2020)
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CD — “Mysteries”: Piano Works by Myaskovsky & Bacri — Sabine Weyer

Media review — “Mysteries” with Sabine Weyer, piano: Nikolai Myaskovsky (1881 – 1950): Sonata No.2 in F♯ minor op.13, No.3 in C minor op.19; Whimsies (Prichudi) op.25; Nicolas Bacri (*1961): Sonata No.2 op.105, No.3 op.122 “Sonata impetuosa”; Fantaisie, op.134. SACD/DSD received for reviewing, ★★★★.
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Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.9 in A major, op.47, “Kreutzer”

Beethoven: Sonata for Piano and Violin No.9 in A major, op.47, “Kreutzer Sonata” — comparing 12 recordings: Busch/Serkin (1941), Capuçon/Braley (2009), Faust/Melnikov (2008), Grumiaux/Haskil (1957), Kremer/Argerich (1995), Menuhin/Kempff (1970), Mullova/Bezuidenhout (2009), Oistrakh/Oborin (1962), Perlman/Ashkenazy (1975), Perlman/Argerich (1998), Szeryng/Rubinstein (1958), Tur Bonet/Vişovan (2020)


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Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.10 in G major, op.96, “The Cockcrow”

Beethoven: Sonata for Piano and Violin No.10 in G major, op.96, “The Cockcrow” — comparing 8 recordings: Capuçon/Braley (2009), Faust/Melnikov (2008), Grumiaux/Haskil (1957), Kremer/Argerich (1995), Menuhin/Kempff (1970), Oistrakh/Oborin (1962), Perlman/Ashkenazy (1975), Tur Bonet/Vişovan (2020)


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CD — Shostakovich: Violin Sonata, op.134 — Bohren, Karško / Camerata Zürich

Media review — Dmitri Shostakovich: Violin Sonata in G major, op.134, arranged for violin, percussion and string orchestra by Mikhail Tsinman and Andrey Pushkarev — Sebastian Bohren, Igor Karško, Camerata Zürich. Audio download, received for reviewing.
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