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Igor Stravinsky – Violin Concerto in D (H. Hahn) [2001]

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Igor Stravinsky – Violin Concerto in D (H. Hahn) [2001]


1) I. Toccata (4:59)
2) II. Aria I (4:27)
3) III. Aria II (6:06)
4) IV. Capriccio (5:32)

Hilary Hahn, violin
Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Chamber
Conducted by Neville Marriner

 

As for the Stravinsky Concerto, Hahn and Marriner deliver a gorgeously integrated, urbane, and acerbic reading that matches the dash and sparkle of the Perlman/Ozawa/Boston reference version listed above--and then some. Hahn's program notes cogently combine personal observation with succinct musical commentary. Add Sony's ravishing sonics and you've got a major release from one of today's major violinists (you wonder if even Kreisler, Huberman, or Szigeti played so well at 21). But don't forget Marriner and his superb Academy of St. Martin in the Fields: they're anything but your typical backup band! --Jed Distler, ClassicsToday.com, arkivmusic.com

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