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Interprete: Various
Titolo: Stradivari Maréchal Berthier 1716
Paese: Italy
Numero di catalogo: CDS7733
Etichetta: Dynamic
Rilasciato: 2017
Valutazione: 4.7
Voti: 078

Tracklist

1Rondò. Allegro Ma Non Troppo
2Sonata N. 3 For Solo Violin ("Ballade")
Composed By – Eugène Ysaÿe
3Capriccio N.24 For Solo Violin
Composed By – Niccolò Paganini
4Adagio Molto Espressivo
5Carmen Fantaisie Op. 25 For Solo Violin
Composed By – Pablo de Sarasate
6Scherzo. Allegro Molto
7Scherzo In C M WoO2
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
8Allegro
9Partita N.2 In D M - Ciaccona BWV 1004 For Solo Violin
Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
10Sonata For Violin And Piano N. 5 In F Major, Op. 24 "La Primavera"
Composed By – Ludwig van Beethoven

Crediti

  • PianoGiuliano Mazzucato (tracks: 2 to 5)
  • ViolinPavel Berman

Notes

Each volume traces the life of a famous string instrument: its history, photographs and recorded sound through the years and the artists who owned it.
The publication includes a panoramic view of the instrument with detailed colour pictures and a full-size poster, as well as a recent digital recording to fully appreciate its current tone-colour qualities.
The Stradivari violin featured in this release is the marvellous 1716 "Maréchal Berthier" owned by Napoleon Bonaparte, who gave it to Alexandre Berthier, Marshal of France, Prince of Neuchatel and Wagram. After some interesting adventures, it was bought by Baron von Vecsey for his son Ferenc, a concert performer, who played it right up to his death in 1935.

Codici a barre

  • Barcode: 8007144077334

Album

Stradivari: Maréchal Berthier, 1716. Album 2017 9 Songs. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004: V. Ciaccona, Violin Sonata No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24 Spring: I. Allegro and more. 9 tracks 63:07. The Stradivari violin featured here is the marvelous Marechal Berthier 1716, owned by Napoleon Bonaparte who gave it to Alexandre Berthier, Marshal of France and Prince of Neuchatel and Wagram. Pavel Berman is the chosen artist that is heard on this release as he performs works by Bach, Beethoven, Paganini, Brahms, Ysaye, and De Sarasate. Info for Stradivari Maréchal Berthier 1716. A new volume of the series 'Great violins'. Each volume of this series traces the life of a famous string instrument: its history, photographs and recorded sound through the years and the artists who have owned it. The Stradivari violin featured here is the marvellous 'Maréchal Berthier 1716', owned by Napoleon Bonaparte who gave it to Alexandre Berthier, Marshal of France and Prince of Neuchatel and Wagram. Pavel Berman, violin Giuliano Mazzoccante, piano. This album contains no booklet. HighRes-Studio Master files are lossless at various sample rates from 44. 1 kHz up to 384 kHz or 1-bit MHz for DSD. Listen to all tracks of Stradivari Maréchal Berthier 1716 for free. Tracks In This Album. Partita N. 2 In D M - Ciaccona BWV 1004 For Solo Violin - Johann Sebastian Bach. Allegro - Various. Adagio Molto Espressivo - Various. Allegro Molto - Various. Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Various. Stradivari Maréchal Berthier 1716. Pavel Stradivari violin featured here is the marvelous Marechal Berthier 1716, owned by Napoleon Bonaparte who gave it to Alexandre Berthier, Marshal of France and Prince of Neuchatel and Wagram. Pavel Berman is the chosen artist that is heard on this release as he performs works by Bach, Read more Beethoven, Paganini, Brahms, Ysaye, and De Sarasate. Pavel Berman. or open in our Desktop app. Violin Partita No. Violin, Antonio Stradivari, Cremona, 1716, the 'Berthier, Franz von Vecsey'. Submenu -. About Cozio. Alexandre Berthier, Marshal of France and Prince of Neuchatel, obtained this violin from Napoleon Bonaparte probably as booty from the war in Spain. Records of contemporary violin-makers suggest that Vuillaume later acquired the violin. In 1895 it passed into the hands of a French aristocratic family and thence to the violinmaker Germain in Paris. The Stuttgart firm of Hamma & Co. became the next owners in 1909

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