Franz Schubert: Fantasia in C major

CD album cover 'Franz Schubert: Fantasia in C major' (GEN 14310) with Nina Karmon, Maria Sofianska

GEN 14310 EAN: 4260036253108

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The magnificent GENUIN debut CD of the two young musicians Nina Karmon (violin) and Maria Sofianska (piano) span a wide arch from the beginning of the Romantic period to its end: Schubert's wonderful
C-major Fantasy is contrasted with Richard Strauss's youthful, furiously heated Violin Sonata. This is an ambitious undertaking to which the duo partners more than do justice: from Schubert's reservedly luminous soundscapes to Strauss's sonic vehemence making an almost symphonic effect, they allow their instruments to sing, showing masterly ensemble playing. Grand arches not only in their repertoire!

Nina Karmon violin
Maria Sofianska piano

The magnificent GENUIN debut CD of the two young musicians Nina Karmon (violin) and Maria Sofianska (piano) span a wide arch from the beginning of the Romantic period to its end: Schubert's wonderful
C-major Fantasy is contrasted with Richard Strauss's youthful, furiously heated Violin Sonata. This is an ambitious undertaking to which the duo partners more than do justice: from Schubert's reservedly luminous soundscapes to Strauss's sonic vehemence making an almost symphonic effect, they allow their instruments to sing, showing masterly ensemble playing. Grand arches not only in their repertoire!

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Tracklist

  1. Franz Schubert (17971828)
    Fantasia in C major D 934
    Andante molto Allegretto
  2. Andantino
  3. Tempo I
  4. Richard Strauss (1864-1949)
    Sonata, Op. 18 in E-flat major
    Allegro, ma non troppo
  5. Improvisation, Andante cantabile
  6. Finale, Andante - Allegro

The magnificent GENUIN debut CD of the two young musicians Nina Karmon (violin) and Maria Sofianska (piano) span a wide arch from the beginning of the Romantic period to its end: Schubert's wonderful
C-major Fantasy is contrasted with Richard Strauss's youthful, furiously heated Violin Sonata. This is an ambitious undertaking to which the duo partners more than do justice: from Schubert's reservedly luminous soundscapes to Strauss's sonic vehemence making an almost symphonic effect, they allow their instruments to sing, showing masterly ensemble playing. Grand arches not only in their repertoire!