Lalo - Symphonie espagnole, Violin Sonata, Arlequin
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Label: Fuga Libera
Cat No: FUG594
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 22nd October 2012
Symphonie espagnole in D minor, op.21
Violin Sonata in D major, op.12
ArtistsNikita Boriso-Glebsky (violin)
Jean-Philippe Collard (piano)
Winner of the Sibelius and Fritz Kreisler competitions in 2010, and prize-winner at the Tchaikovsky, Queen Elisabeth and Montreal competitions, Nikita Boriso-Glebsky is one of the surest talents of his generation.
Here he offers a particularly welcome programme since, alongside the famous, colourful Symphonie espagnole, we find pieces that are infinitely less well known, such as the Sonata for violin and piano in which Jean-Philippe Collard matches the young Russian violinist with sparkling keyboard playing: the occasion to recall that Lalo was a pioneer of chamber music in France.
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