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The backbones of the present recording are Schubert's two late violin-piano compositions: the Rondo in B minor and the Fantasia in C major, both commissioned by virtuoso Czech violinist Josef Slav├şk. Particularly interesting is the fact, that the violin-piano paraphrase of the song Sei mir gegr├╝sst is performed twice: once as a variation section of the Fantasia, once in H. Sitt's arrangement. Violinist J├║lia is an established young musician who made it into the final of the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2019. Her partner here is Zolt├ín Fej├ęrv├íri, Junior Prima Prize-winning pianist, winner of the 2017 Montreal International Piano Competition.
The backbones of the present recording are Schubert's two late violin-piano compositions: the Rondo in B minor and the Fantasia in C major, both commissioned by virtuoso Czech violinist Josef Slav├şk. Particularly interesting is the fact, that the violin-piano paraphrase of the song Sei mir gegr├╝sst is performed twice: once as a variation section of the Fantasia, once in H. Sitt's arrangement. Violinist J├║lia is an established young musician who made it into the final of the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2019. Her partner here is Zolt├ín Fej├ęrv├íri, Junior Prima Prize-winning pianist, winner of the 2017 Montreal International Piano Competition.
5991813283320

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Format: CD
Label: HUNGAROTON
Rel. Date: 04/15/2022
UPC: 5991813283320

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The backbones of the present recording are Schubert's two late violin-piano compositions: the Rondo in B minor and the Fantasia in C major, both commissioned by virtuoso Czech violinist Josef Slav├şk. Particularly interesting is the fact, that the violin-piano paraphrase of the song Sei mir gegr├╝sst is performed twice: once as a variation section of the Fantasia, once in H. Sitt's arrangement. Violinist J├║lia is an established young musician who made it into the final of the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2019. Her partner here is Zolt├ín Fej├ęrv├íri, Junior Prima Prize-winning pianist, winner of the 2017 Montreal International Piano Competition.
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