Tobias Feldmann: Violin
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Cat No: GEN14316
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 28th April 2014
WorksSonata for solo violin, Sz117 BB124
Violin Sonata no.7 in C minor, op.30 no.2
Sonatas (6) for solo violin, op.27
ArtistsTobias Feldmann (violin)
Boris Kusnezow (piano)
Some violinists places their bets on bravura for their debut productions and play Paganini & Co. Others rely on seriousness, playing Bach & Brahms. But Tobias Feldmann, not yet 25, goes the whole hog: on his first Genuin CD there are heavyweights like Beethoven and Bartók, alternating with Eugčne Ysaye and the magical sleight of hand for violin by Franz Waxman – his Carmen-Fantasy was composed for Jascha Heifetz.
Flawless technique with unspoilt, natural musicianship and a comprehensive idea of what a violinist should represent on stage: the multiple prize winner and former concertmaster of the Bundesjugendorchester (Federal Youth Orchestra) presents himself here as a mature artist!
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