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Spectrum

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Available March 11

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TRACKLIST

Franz Schubert 1797–1828

Sonata in A, D574 (“Grand Duo”)

1  I. Allegro moderato 9.03
2  II. Scherzo: Presto 4.03
3 III. Andantino 3.55
4  IV. Allegro vivace 5.18

Leoš Janácek 1854–1928

Sonata, JW VII/7 for violin & piano

5  I. Con moto 5.07
6  II. Ballada 5.04
7  III. Allegretto 2.29
8  IV. Adagio 5.10

Igor Stravinsky 1882–1971

Divertimento
(transcription for violin & piano by Stravinsky & Samuel Dushkin from Le Baiser de la fée)

9  I. Sinfonia  6.10
10  II. Dances suisses 4.28
11  III.  Scherzo (Au Moulin) 3.10
IV.  Pas de deux
12           a) Adagio 3.08
13           b) Variation 1.11
14           c) Coda 2.14

Fritz Kreisler 1875–1962
15 Viennese Rhapsodic Fantasietta 8.54

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Available March 11

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TRACKLIST

Franz Schubert 1797–1828

Sonata in A, D574 (“Grand Duo”)

1  I. Allegro moderato 9.03
2  II. Scherzo: Presto 4.03
3 III. Andantino 3.55
4  IV. Allegro vivace 5.18

Leoš Janácek 1854–1928

Sonata, JW VII/7 for violin & piano

5  I. Con moto 5.07
6  II. Ballada 5.04
7  III. Allegretto 2.29
8  IV. Adagio 5.10

Igor Stravinsky 1882–1971

Divertimento
(transcription for violin & piano by Stravinsky & Samuel Dushkin from Le Baiser de la fée)

9  I. Sinfonia  6.10
10  II. Dances suisses 4.28
11  III.  Scherzo (Au Moulin) 3.10
IV.  Pas de deux
12           a) Adagio 3.08
13           b) Variation 1.11
14           c) Coda 2.14

Fritz Kreisler 1875–1962
15 Viennese Rhapsodic Fantasietta 8.54

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