Stepanenko Maksym performance
1 г. назад
Maxim Vengerov au Festival Luna Classics 2014 à Nyon en Suisse. " Cette soirée sera d’autant plus particulière que le hasard fait que la date finalement choisie sera celle de l’anniversaire du célèbre violoniste. En effet, le 20 août 2014 Maxim Vengerov fêtera ses 40 ans. Un moment important, qu’il a décidé de fêter avec le public de Luna Classics." Source : Luna Classics.
9 г. назад
My favorite performance of Ysaye's 3rd sonata for solo violin. Performed by Ilya Kaler.
2 г. назад
18 year old American VC ‘Young Artist’, violinist Stephen Waarts performing Eugene Ysaye’s ‘Sonata No. 4 in E minor, Op. 27’ in the Semi-Finals of the 2015 Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition in Brussels | Stephen was awarded 5th prize The Violin Channel | World's leading classical music news source | http://www.theviolinchannel.com
1 г. назад
- Composer: Eugène Ysaÿe (16 July 1858 -- 12 May 1931) - Performers: Catherine Manoukian (violin), Akira Eguchi (piano) - Year of recording: 1998 "Poème Élégiaque" for Violin and Orchestra (or Piano) in D minor, Op. 12, written in 1892-1893. With the Poème Élégiaque, Op. 12, Ysaÿe moved away from the pieces he wrote merely for virtuosic purposes in his youth. The only legacy from the virtuoso practice of the past is the scordatura: the G string is here tuned to an F, giving a dark colour, the violin sounding sometimes like a viola. First written for violin and piano, Ysaÿe later orchestrated the piece. The work is dedicated to Gabriel Fauré, from whom he had already commissioned a piano quintet (Op. 89, which the composer was to take a further ten years to finish). However, it was upon Ernest Chausson that the Poème Élégiaque was to have a great influence, serving as the example for the famous Poème which he would write three years later [uploaded on this channel]. Ysaÿe the interpreter participated here fully in the creative process. The similarities between the two works are striking: the general atmosphere, the Wagnerism, the shape, the sublime trills at the end … Ysaÿe helped in writing the violin part, in particular the cadenza of the work which Chausson eventually called ‘mon– ton poème’ (‘my–your poème’).