Different Things: Music for Violin & Piano
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Label: CD Accord
Cat No: ACD235
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 2nd June 2017
Much Ado About Nothing, op.11: Suite for violin (or cello) and piano
Violin Sonata in G major
Suite in the Old Style
ArtistsMarcin Markowicz (violin)
Grzegorz Skrobinski (piano)
There is, however, another common denominator for their work – all of them were hugely successful in writing film music. Korngold codified its modern canons ruling to this day. Without Nino Rota it would be difficult to imagine Federico Fellini’s masterpieces. Alfred Schnittke found in the realm of cinema a domain of relative artistic freedom; Philip Glass a platform for his ambitiously non-clichéd art, opposing the musical mainstream of the last decades of the 20th century and the first decades of the 21st century. Is this a sufficient reason to compare their non-cinematographic compositions for violin and piano? If not, one could find another one, as each of the four pieces in its unique way runs a dialogue with the past.
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