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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CD — Anastasia Kobekina Performing Works by Vladimir Kobekin

CD review, Cellist Anastasia Kobekina performing works by and with her father, Vladimir Kobekin (cello solo, cello & piano)
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CD — Silke Aichhorn: «Miniaturen 4» for Harp

CD Review: “Miniaturen 4” — German harpist Silke Aichhorn performing original compositions and transcriptions by Gillmann, Oberthür / Beethoven, Brahms, Stölzel / Bach, Weiss, Thomas, Pierné, Godefroid, Parish-Alvars, Glinka, Akyol, Williams, and Bach


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CD — Ensemble Resonanz: Bryce Dessner, «Tenebre»

Media Review (★★★★): Bryce Dessner, Album “Tenebre” — Ensemble Resonanz, Hamburg. Contents: Aheym (2009), Tenebre (2010), Skrik Trio (2017), Lachrymae (2012)
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