Janine Jansen
: 12 Stradivari

12 Stradivari

Janine Jansen

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  • Release Date 10 September 2021
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Product code
4851605
Format
CD Album
Label
Decca
The music includes encores & short pieces showcasing the individual qualities of the instruments. Each incredibly rare instrument is worth at least 6 figures, sourced carefully from all over the world and brought together for the first time. All 12 violins are by the master Italian luthier Antonio Stradivari and have been played by an encyclopaedic list of great violinists. Each of them has its own distinctive sound and character which violinists normally have months, if not years, to respond to and make their own. Janine Jansen had only a matter of days with these violins before going into the recording studio accompanied by Sir Antonio Pappano, to record this unique album."
Tracks
1 Manuel de Falla: arr. Kreisler: Danse Espagnole from “La Vida Breve”  
2 Kreisler: Liebesleid  
3 Kreisler: Syncopation  
4 Heuberger arr Kreisler: Midnight Bells (after Der Opernball)  
5 Suk arr Jaroslav Kocian: Píseň láska (Liebeslied/Song of Love)  
6 Clara Schumann: Romance nr 1 from 3 Romances for Violin and Piano, Op.22  
7 Robert Schumann: Fantasiestücke for clarinet (viola/cello) and Piano, Op.73  
8 Vieuxtemps: Romance nr. 2 Désespoir from 3 Romances sans paroles, Op.7  
9 Tchaikovsky arr. Auer: Tchaikovsky arr Auer: Arie des Lensky (from Eugene Onegin)  
10 Szymanovski: La fontaine d’Aréthuse from Mythes (No 1) for violin and piano, Op.30  
11 Ravel trasc. Georges Catherine: Piéce en forme de Habanera  
12 Elgar: Sospiri, Op.12  
13 Rachmaninov: Movt III (Andante) from Sonata for piano and cello Op.19  
14 Tchaikovsky arr Auer: Mélodie for Violin and Piano, Op.42, No.3  
15 Kern/Harbach: Yesterdays from “Roberta”"