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The Most Beautiful Violin

01 The Dance of the Goblins. Op. 25 Composer: Bazzini 05:07 02 Albumblätter For Piano, Op. 124 No. 16: Schlummerlied Composer: Schumann 03:41 03 The Devil's Dance, from L'Histoire du Soldat (trio version) Composer: Stravinsky 01:24 04 Wiegenlied, Op. 49, No. 4 Composer: Brahms 02:23 05 Grand Caprice on Schubert's "Der Erlkönig ", Op. 26 Composer: Ernst 04:12 06 Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), Op. 41 No. 1 Composer: Richard Strauss 03:45 07 Danse macabre, Op.40 Composer: Saint-Saens 07:07 08 Summertime Composer: George Gershwin 03:48 09 Dance of Terror from El Amor Brujo Composer: Manuel de Falla 02:14 10 Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 7, No. 1 Composer: Vladimir Rebikov 01:47 11 Berceuse (Lullaby), Op. 16 Composer: Fauré 03:48 12The Witches' Dance, Op. 8 Composer: Paganini 10:05 13 Petite Reine Berceuse (Lullaby for a Little Queen) Composer: Victor Béraud 03:33 14 Wiegenlied (Cradle Song), D.498 Op.98 No.2 Composer: Franz Schubert 02:18 15 Sonata in G minor, 'The Devil's Trill'- I. Larghetto Affectuoso Composer: Tartini 05:17 16 Sonata in G minor, 'The Devil's Trill'- II. Tempo guisto della Scuola Tartinista Composer: Tartini 05:15 17 Sonata in G minor, 'The Devil's Trill'- III. Sogni dellautore- Andante Composer: Tartini 05:31
  • Janine Jansen - violin
  • Itamar Golan - piano
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Nr kat.: HDS281
Label  : ABC Int. Records

ULTRA Analog CD - AAD is a Digital Copy Of The Master Tape - SILVER CD

Cząsteczki srebra są jednolite i mają stały współczynnik odbicia, co zapewnia równą, reprodukcyjną jakość dźwięku. Posrebrzany `CD 6N ma również wyższy współczynnik odbicia niż 24-karatowe złoto. 6N - Czyste Srebro! It was always likely that Janine Jansen would make the violin her life’s work; she began playing aged six and both her parents were musicians, as are her two brothers. What was less predictable was that she would go on not just to play the instrument, but to become one of the true greats. A playing style that combines gripping presence with infinite subtlety of tone and phrasing has the critics reaching for every superlative in the book, wherever she plays across the world: “So golden, so delicate, almost ethereal” (The Times), “dazzling dexterity” (The Australian), “a tantalizing dance of colours and textures” (New York Times), “a stunning display of sustained intensity” (The Guardian). Born in Soest in the Netherlands, she went on to study with Coosje Wijzenbeek, Philipp Hirshhorn and Boris Belkin. Her Concertgebouw debut in 1997 made her a great star in her native Holland, but she was destined for a wider stage. She was named a BBC New Generation Artist in 2002, made her London debut in the same year, with Vladimir Ashkenazy conducting the Philharmonia Orchestra, and three years later opened the 2005 BBC Proms with a performance of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto that really put her on the international map. Along the way she received invitations from some of the world’s greatest orchestras, including the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Berliner Philharmoniker, London Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia and Cleveland Orchestras, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the London Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe. She has worked with such eminent conductors as Lorin Maazel, Valery Gergiev, Riccardo Chailly, Neeme Järvi, Paavo Järvi, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Daniel Harding, Sir Antonio Pappano, Sir Mark Elder, Edo de Waart and Sir Roger Norrington. Janine Jansen was the Featured Artist at the 2014 BBC Proms, culminating in an appearance at the globally-renowned Last Night of the Proms. Her 2015 diary takes her widely across Europe, with performances of the Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven and Mendelssohn violin concertos featuring prominently in the schedule. In February 2016 she tours Japan before playing a London concert then taking off again around Europe. In addition to her concerto performances and projects, Jansen is a devoted recitalist. She established and curates the annual International Chamber Music Festival in Utrecht, and since 1998 she has been a member of Spectrum Concerts Berlin, a major chamber music series in the Berlin Philharmonie. Her chamber partners include Leif Ove Andsnes, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Itamar Golan, Kathryn Stott, Julian Rachlin, Maxim Rysanov, Torleif Thedéen and Mischa Maisky. In September 2003 Janine Jansen received the Dutch Music Prize from the Ministry of Culture – the highest distinction an artist can receive in The Netherlands. She has won many awards, including the Edison Classic Public Award four times, three Echo awards, the Royal Philharmonic Society Instrumentalist Award, the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik, the NDR Musikpreis for outstanding artistic achievement, the VSCD Klassieke Muziekprijs for individual achievement and the Concertgebouw Prize. Janine Jansen could probably make magic on any violin, but a great instrumentalist deserves a great instrument. She currently plays the 1727 ‘Baron Deurbroucq’ Stradivarius, on loan from the Beare’s International Violin Society.