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Paganini – Works for Violin(s) and Cello (1995)

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Paganini – Works for Violin(s) and Cello (1995)

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In cuor più non mi sento, for 2 violins & bass in A major, MS 117
1 - Tema 
2 - Variazone1 
3 - Variazone2 
4 - Variazone3 
5 - Variazone4 
6 - Variazone5 
7 - Variazone6 
8 - Variazone7 
9 - Variazone8 

3 Duetti concertanti for violin & cello, MS 107
10 - Allegro 
11 - Rondo - allegretto Duetto2 
12 - Allegro 
13 - Rondo - presto Duetto3 
14 - Allegro 
15 - Polonese - andante con brio 

Divertimenti carnevaleschi, pieces (20) for 2 violins & bass, MS 4
16 - Minuetto 
17 - Alessandrina1 
18 - Alessandrine2 
19 - Alessandrina3 
20 - Alessandrina4 
21 - Alessandrina5 
22 - Alessandrina6 
23 - Peregordino1 
24 - Peregordino2 
25 - Valzer1 
26 - Valzer2 
27 - Valzer3 
28 - Valzer4 
29 - Scozzese 
30 - Inglese1 
31 - Inglese2 
32 - Inglese3 
33 - Inglese4 
34 - Inglese5 
35 - Inglese6 36 - Variazioni

Stefan Milenkovich - violin
Riccardo Agosti - cello
Pier Sommati - 2nd violin

 

How refreshing it is to find a recording -- a good recording -- of Paganini works beyond the 24 Caprices and the concertos. This album provides listeners with a little bit of everything, from the well-known virtuosity associated with his name to more tame works designed for amateurs. The CD opens with an example of the former, In Cor Piu non mi Sento, in a version for two violins and cello. Violinist Stefan Milenkovich, on whom most of the virtuosic responsibilities rest, does not fail to deliver on Paganini's call to stretch the range of the violin to its limits. Despite the extreme demands, Milenkovich tosses off incredible feats of left-hand dexterity and right-arm acrobatics with unbelievable aplomb, precise intonation, and, most amazingly, pleasing sound quality throughout. The Three Duets for Violin and Cello prove that Paganini was capable of writing music for the "common" performer. Nevertheless, cellist Riccardo Agosti seems to have some trouble with matching the precise intonation of his counterpart. The remaining work on the program, Divertimenti Carnevaleschi, is a set of variations on folk dance melodies and can best be described as charming; it does not show Paganini's skills at their most dazzling, but listeners will still enjoy getting to enjoy a different side of the composer's oeuvre. --- Mike D. Brownell, AllMusic Review

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