In the summer of 1989, when I was 15, my 'love affair' with Alfred Schnittke's music began", recalls Daniel Hope. 3 years later the violinist became acquainted with the composer, studying with & performing for Schnittke many of his works over the next years. "A little more than 20 years after his death, I decided it was time to revisit his music & to pay a recorded tribute to his extraordinary talent. In my mind there is no more striking a talent in contemporary music than that of Schnittke.
In the summer of 1989, when I was 15, my 'love affair' with Alfred Schnittke's music began", recalls Daniel Hope. 3 years later the violinist became acquainted with the composer, studying with & performing for Schnittke many of his works over the next years. "A little more than 20 years after his death, I decided it was time to revisit his music & to pay a recorded tribute to his extraordinary talent. In my mind there is no more striking a talent in contemporary music than that of Schnittke.
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Format: CD
Label: DEGR
Rel. Date: 02/19/2021
UPC: 028948392346

Works for Violin and Piano
Artist: Schnittke / Hope / Botvinov
Format: CD
New: Unavailable
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DISC: 1

1. Suite in the Old Style
2. I. Pastorale
3. II. Ballet
4. III. Minuet
5. IV. Fugue
6. V. Pantomime
7. Polka
8. Tango (Arr. By Andriy Rakhmanin for Violin and Piano)
9. Sonata No. 1
10. I. Andante
11. II. Allegretto
12. III. Largo
13. IV. Allegretto Scherzando
14. Madrigal in Memoriam Oleg Kagan Daniel Hope
15. Gratulationsrondo
16. Stille Nacht

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In the summer of 1989, when I was 15, my 'love affair' with Alfred Schnittke's music began", recalls Daniel Hope. 3 years later the violinist became acquainted with the composer, studying with & performing for Schnittke many of his works over the next years. "A little more than 20 years after his death, I decided it was time to revisit his music & to pay a recorded tribute to his extraordinary talent. In my mind there is no more striking a talent in contemporary music than that of Schnittke.