Beethoven Kreutzer

Martha Argerich, Itzhak Perlman - Beethoven, Franck (1999)  Music

Posted by pgf000 at Sept. 24, 2010
Martha Argerich, Itzhak Perlman - Beethoven, Franck (1999)

Martha Argerich, Itzhak Perlman - Beethoven: Kreutzer Sonata; Franck: Sonata(1999)
(recorded on July 30, 1998 at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center)
EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 250 MB
MP3 CBR 320kbps | 138 MB
Classic/Violin/Piano | EMI | 59:54

Itzhak Perlman's '70s recordings with Vladimir Ashkenazy resulted in one of the finest Kreutzer Sonata performances ever recorded. At this live 1998 recital, Perlman is joined by another piano great, Martha Argerich, on that very piece along with Franck's Violin Sonata. Though the two powerhouses haven't recorded together before, they prove to be both sympathetic and intuitive partners. By now, we've come to expect Argerich to steal the show with her brute force and passionate playing, but Perlman's lyricism throughout the first two Beethoven movements is the real highlight. (It's not that Argerich is being tepid; the room's acoustics and microphones just favor the violinist.) On Franck's Violin Sonata, the duo fare even better. Argerich and Perlman sound like they've been playing together forever, and the music's melancholic, but playful poetry really comes into focus. All told, a memorable live performance by two classical greats.
Lorenzo Gatto & Julien Libeer - Beethoven: Violin Sonatas Nos 9 "Kreutzer", 4 & 2 (2016)

Lorenzo Gatto & Julien Libeer - Beethoven: Violin Sonatas Nos 9 "Kreutzer", 4 & 2 (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 01:13:01 | 168 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Alpha

The adventure began in 2012, when Gilles Ledure, director of Flagey (Brussels), suggested to Lorenzo Gatto and Julien Libeer they should perform the complete Beethoven violin sonatas there. For these two artists, Beethoven was perhaps the first composer in our history to have embodied the values of the Enlightenment in both his music and his life. Haunted by these monuments of architecture and expression, they decided to embark on a recording. Here are three sonatas recorded in the legendary Salle de Musique of La Chaux-de-Fonds, including the famous Kreutzer Sonata. Since his version of the Beethoven Violin Concerto (ZZT 354), Lorenzo Gatto has taken his place among the violinists who matter on the international scene.

The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)  

Posted by Someonelse at Sept. 13, 2011
The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)

The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)
DVD9 (VIDEO_TS) | PAL 16:9 (720x576) | 01:35:42 | 7,73 Gb
Audio: English LPCM 2.0 @ 1536 Kbps | Subs: None
Genre: Drama | USA

British director Bernard Rose clearly has a thing for those two 19th-century giants of music and literature Beethoven and Tolstoy. He turned out a Beethoven biopic, Immortal Beloved, back in 1994; made a period adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina (starring Sophie Marceau and Sean Bean) in 1997; and reworked Tolstoy’s story ‘The Death of Ivan Ilyich’ in a contemporary setting for 1999’s ivans xtc.
Now he brings his big passions together with The Kreutzer Sonata – a version of Tolstoy’s enigmatic 1889 novella, which was itself inspired by the eponymous Beethoven work.
Storioni Trio, Jan Willem de Vriend - Beethoven: Triple Concerto & Archduke Trio (2013) [DSD64] 1bit / 2.82 MHz

Storioni Trio, Jan Willem de Vriend - Beethoven: Triple Concerto & Archduke Trio (2013)
FLAC (tracks) DSD64 (*.dsf) | 1bit | 2.82 MHz | Digital Booklet | 01:05:51 | 2,96 Gb
Genre: Classical | Label: Challenge Classics | Catalog: CC 72579

Recordings of Beethoven's Triple Concerto, Op. 56, by a piano trio rather than by a group of virtuosi (a configuration that almost always misunderstands the work) are not abundant. Still rarer are those like the present release by the Storioni Trio, a Dutch group that takes its name from the maker of the 1790s instrument played by the violinist (and strung, like the viola, with gut strings). Pianist Bart van de Roer plays an 1815 Lagasse fortepiano. This recording is part of a series devoted to Beethoven's piano trios, but the Triple Concerto actually is more comfortable in those surroundings than when forced to keep company with the likes of the Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61.
Pasi Eerikainen, Emil Holmstrom - Beethoven, Lindberg, Bartok: Sonatas (2015)

Pasi Eerikäinen, Emil Holmström - Beethoven, Lindberg, Bartók: Sonatas (2015)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 267 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 169 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Alba Records | # ABCD 379 | Time: 01:07:44

Sonatas includes works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Béla Bartók and Magnus Lindberg performed by pianist Pasi Eerikäinen and violin player Emil Holmström - Beethoven’s titanic Violin Sonata No. 9, Op.47, the Kreutzer Sonata, Hungarian composer Béla Bartók’s Violin Sonata No. 2, one of the most compelling creations of the composer’s avant-garde period. Sonatas, a world premiere on this recording, is a relatively early work by the Finnish Magnus Lindberg. In this work, the composer’s influence all hail from traditional musical traditions – German, French and Italian – though instead of fixating on Baroque or Classical styles, Lindberg takes inspiration from notable 20th-century composers. Pasi Eerikäinen plays first violin with the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. Emil Holmström has a particular interest in the avant garde, be it Ferrucio Busoni, the Second Viennese School or electroacoustic music, which Holmström regularly performs as a member of the defunensemble.
Daishin Kashimoto - Beethoven, The Complete Violin Sonatas (2014) [4CD] {Warner Classics}

Daishin Kashimoto - Beethoven, The Complete Violin Sonatas (2014) [4CD] {Warner Classics}
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Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (png) -> 145 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2014 Warner Classics | 2564 63492-9
Classical / Chamber Music / Sonatas / Violin

Daishin Kashimoto, a Japanese national born in London who studied at the Juilliard when barely in long trousers, started prodigiously young – he gave his first full recital aged nine and has scooped most of the world's top violin prizes. Today he is first concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. He also has a lively career as soloist and chamber musician. His clean, elegant tone and peerless accuracy suit these Beethoven sonatas, requiring digital precision in, say, the early "classical" Op 12 set or the witty, tail-chasing Scherzo of the C minor, Op 30 No 2. In contrast he easily embraces the big-boned ambitions of the Kreutzer Sonata Op 47, never sounding forced. Konstantin Lifschitz is a sympathetic, alert partner, even if the recording seems to favour the violin perhaps more than Beethoven would have expected. But the musicianship is never in question.
Anton Reicha - Kreutzer Quartet - Complete String Quartets, Vol. 1 (2013,Toccata Classics # TOCC 0022)

Anton Reicha - Kreutzer Quartet - Complete String Quartets, Vol. 1 (Op. 48 Nos. 1, 2)
EAC+LOG+CUE | FLAC: 307 MB | Artwork | 5% Recovery Info
Label/Cat#: Toccata Classics # TOCC 0022 | Country/Year: UK 2013
Genre: Classical | Style: Viennese School

The Czech-born composer Anton Reicha (1770–1836) was an exact contemporary of Beethoven – and his close friend from their mid-teens. The music of each man shows an awareness of what the other was doing: they showed each other their compositions-in-progress. But although Reicha was closely associated with one of the best-known names in western culture, his own music has been grievously neglected: only his woodwind quintets have achieved any currency. Of his vast cycle of almost forty string quartets just one has been recorded before – an omission this ambitious project intends to put right, thereby revealing one of the most inventive and engaging spirits in classical music.

The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)  

Posted by sono.il.garante at March 11, 2014
The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)

The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)
DVDRip | Lang: English | MP4 | 720x384 | AVC 1062Kbps | AAC 96Kbps | 99:49mins | 829MB
Genre: Drama, Erotica | USA

Based on a story written by Leo Tolstoy in response to Ludwig van Beethoven's eponymous composition, director Bernard Rose's mature dissection of modern marriage tells the tale of a wealthy philanthropist (Danny Huston) who becomes intensely possessive of his wife (Elisabeth Röhm) – a beautiful and talented pianist.

Beethoven: Complete Violin Sonatas / Szeryng, Haebler (1996)  Music

Posted by Benzok at Dec. 2, 2010
Beethoven: Complete Violin Sonatas / Szeryng, Haebler  (1996)

Beethoven: Complete Violin Sonatas / Szeryng, Haebler (1996)
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Classical | Label: Philips | 4CD

Beethoven wrote ten sonatas for piano and violin, the best known of which are the "Spring" and the "Kreutzer" sonatas. The fame of these two works has tended to result in neglect of the remaining sonatas. This is unfortunate because Beethoven's remaining eight sonatas for piano and violin include much great music. The set of 10 works is of an appropriate size to warrant exploration of the entire group for those with a passion for the violin or for Beethoven. It includes an appealing mix of familiar and unfamiliar music.
Patricia Kopatchinskaja & Fazıl Say - Beethoven  Ravel  Bartók  Say (2008)

Patricia Kopatchinskaja & Fazıl Say - Beethoven Ravel Bartók Say (feat. violin Patricia Kopatchinskaja, piano Fazıl Say) (2008)
EAC Rip | FLAC +CUE + LOG | 294 MB | no scans
MP3 | CBR 320kbps | 154 MB
Classical/Piano/Strings/Chamber | Label: Naive | 67:21

The young and trendy duo of Moldavian violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja and Turkish pianist Fazil Say rips deliriously into a highly enterprising program as if tomorrow were a chancy affair. It’s more than their hearts that they wear on their sleeves; they lay out their emotional guts in a dazzling display of virtuosity and breathtaking musical entertainment. At one moment in Beethoven’s “Kreutzer” sonata, Kopatchinskaja’s racing along, clipping eighth notes in a furious rush to the finish; at the next she’s finding aphrodisiacal sweetness in a simple, two-bar ritardando. Say follows a pounding accompaniment with a phrase of sudden elegance worthy of the slow movement of the “Emperor” Concerto. In Bartók’s six “Romanian Folk Dances,” Kopatchinskaja sometimes rips her pizzicati with destructive force, sometimes plucks lyrically with wonderfully expressive grace. Perhaps she doesn’t throw off Ravel’s pretty little Sonata with enough casual cool, but in Say’s 13-minute Violin Sonata, she captures all the magic of its moonlit beauty.