Stepanenko Maksym performance
9 г. назад
My favorite performance of Ysaye's 3rd sonata for solo violin. Performed by Ilya Kaler.
6 мес. назад
Eugène YSAYE: Sonata No.2 in A minor, Op.27/2 "to Jacques Thibaud" 0:02 / I. Obsession. Prelude (Poco vivace) 2:32 / II. Malinconia (Poco lento) 4:39 / III. Danse des ombres. Sarabande (Lento) 8:07 / IV. Les Furies (Allegro furioso) Aaron Rosand, violin (rec: 1983 | CD Audiofon 72012) --- Aaron Rosand | Legacy : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLclTjB7LFV7OIfA-COCePHHR3zRJMw25D --- © COPYRIGHT Disclaimer, Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. Allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
5 г. назад
Interview with 24 year old Korean violinist Hyun Su Shin performing Ysaye's 3rd Solo Violin Sonata Ballade in the semi-finals of the 2012 Queen Elisabeth International Violin Competition Full semi-final competition streaming available at: www.cobra.be © 2012 Cobra.be / QEIMC / VRT / RTBF The Violin Channel | The world's leading violin and strings comprehensive news source | A must-join for all violinists, string players and classical music fans | http://www.theviolinchannel.com | http://www.theviolinchannelstore.com
1 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
3 г. назад
Eugene Ysaye Sonata No. 1 op. 27 in g minor for violin solo 1. Grave 2. Fugato 3. Allegretto poco scherzoso (Amabile) 4. Finale con brio (Allegro) Victor Danchenko, violin From the album: Victor Danchenko Plays Virtuoso Music for Violin, 2000
1 г. назад
Yvonne Smeulers: As long as I can remember, I’ve been in love. In love with the sound of a violin. So, what can be more beautiful than to bring the violin, in all its greatness, to life in a solo sonata, drawing out the full range of its nuances, colors and possibilities? You will often hear me say that for me the six solo sonatas of Bach are like the Old Testament and therefore I consider the six solo sonatas of Eugène Ysaÿe as the New Testament. Ysaÿe once heard Bach's solo sonatas in concert performed by Joseph Szigeti and he was so inspired by the performance that the next day he sat down to write his own six solo sonatas – by the way, without ever having taken composition lessons. What I admire about these sonatas is how Ysaÿe succeeded in opening up new dimensions of violin playing. He is just so innovative. He uses new arpeggio techniques, he composes five- and six-voice chords. Can you imagine? Six-voice chords on four strings. Another thing I admire is the way each of the solo sonatas has its own character. For example the sonata no. 4. He dedicated this one to Fritz Kreisler. What I hope to accomplish with this CD can best be expressed by paraphrasing Ludwig van Beethoven: “Music is bringing the feeling within without.” If my listeners can experience this when they play the CD, can be carried away and love the music as much as I do, then these recordings will have been a success. Christopher Tarnow (recording engineer): What I find intriguing in this project is that on one hand there is a high level of natural understanding in playing well as in musical expression. And at the same time the music is presented with an unbelievable amount of energy as well. It’s a highly virtuosic music, for which you have to rise above any technical queries to really inspire the audience and I think we did a really good job here.