Butcaru & Steude

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“Selecting pieces from the rich and almost inexhaustible well of the violin and piano repertoire is easy. Really? Which composers should be given preference, and which of their works? Is it best to follow the oft-used principle of the composers’ dates? Or to group works together on thematic lines? Or maybe to contrast different styles? Or simply to choose those pieces that lie closest to your heart? Now that’s definitely doable! Mozart’s Sonata in G major is an extremely tender piece, which speaks volumes in its quiet passages. Grieg’s composition begins with a penetrating cry of anguish. The mood soon lightens, yet never really loses its core mood of melancholy and drama. Schumann’s “great” Sonata assumes an almost symphonic scale, and develops on very romantic lines, especially in its third movement. Korngold’s four pieces named after a Shakespeare comedy were originally conceived as music for a play. Due to the outbreak of the First World War, it was not possible to arrange a premiere. For this reason, the “little Mozart” later decided to transcribe his work for violin and piano. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Sonata in G major, KV 379 (373a) Edvard Grieg: Sonata no. 2 in G major, Op. 13 Robert Schumann: Violin Sonata no. 2 in D minor, Op. 121 Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Much Ado about Nothing, Op. 11 Tickets: Band A €38/ B €33/ C €28; box seats €48; Children and young people: A €20 / B €15 / C €9

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