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.
Pierre Fouchenneret and Romain Descharmes - Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Piano & Violin (2016)

Pierre Fouchenneret and Romain Descharmes - Beethoven: Complete Sonatas for Piano & Violin (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 03:56:50 | 544MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Aparté

The ten Sonatas for piano and violin (for it is under this singular appellation that they were originally published) date from the first maturity of Beethoven; 1798 to 1803 for the first nine, 1812 for the last. A surprising design - no doubt a publisher's affair, which did not want to frighten the amateur violinists - for most of which are genuine double concertos without orchestra, especially the sonata "A Kreutzer" (originally designed for violinist George Bridgetower With whom Beethoven sintered shortly afterwards, and then dedicated to Rodolphe Kreutzer, who found it unintelligible … the hazards of history which gives to a masterpiece the name of an obscure personage who certainly does not deserve it!) Of which we know The squarely symphonic amplitude.
David Oistrakh, Lev Oborin - Beethoven. Violin Sonatas 5 & 9 (1962) [Japan 2015] PS3 ISO + Hi-Res FLAC

David Oistrakh, Lev Oborin - Beethoven. Violin Sonatas 5 & 9 (1962) [Japan 2015]
PS3 Rip | SACD ISO | DSD64 2.0 > 1-bit/2.8224 MHz | 58:42 minutes | Scans NOT included | 1,66 GB
or FLAC(converted with foobar2000 to tracks) 24bit/88,2 kHz | Scans NOT included | 1022 MB

The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)  Video

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.

The Kreutzer Sonata (2008)  Video

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.

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)
EAC rip | APE, log, cue, covers | RAR Rec. 3% | 1,16 GB | hotfile, filesonic
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.
Viktoria Mullova, Kristian Bezuidenhout - Beethoven Sonatas 3 & 9 (2010)

Viktoria Mullova, Kristian Bezuidenhout - Beethoven Sonatas 3 & 9 (2010)
Unknown Rip | FLAC tracks + cue + booklet | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:54:37 | 223 MB / 119 MB (+3%)
Classical | Label: Onyx Classics ONYX4050

Following on the critical success of her brilliant recording of Bach s Sonatas and Partitas, this new CD of Beethoven sonatas sees Viktoria Mullova partnered with rising-star fortepianist Kristian Bezuidenhout. For this disc, Mullova plays with her usual grace and fire on gut strings and using on a classical period bow, but is never a slave to musicological correctness. Bezuidenhout demonstrates his staggering virtuosity on the 1822 Walter fortepiano chosen for this recording. Both of these fantastic performers bring out every nuance of Beethoven s sonatas.

Beethoven: Sonatas For Piano And Violin / Oistrakh, Oborin  Music

Posted by kotofej at Jan. 6, 2010
Beethoven: Sonatas For Piano And Violin / Oistrakh, Oborin

Beethoven: Sonatas For Piano And Violin / Oistrakh, Oborin
Chamber | 4CD | EAC, ape, img+cue, logs | covers | 974 MB
2001 Philips | Stereo | ADD

With the return of these stereo recordings by David Oistrakh and Lev Oborin (made in Paris in 1962), many collectors will find an automatic first choice. This new Philips set presents these accounts in fine digital transfers and has the benefit of having all 10 sonatas placed sequentially across four CDs. The performances are exceptionally fine, sometimes not as dramatic as Schneiderhan's (DG), it's true, but always intensely musical and natural… What you'll find here is a duo that devotes minute attentiveness to every passing detail, along the way conveying a powerful feeling of joyfulness and discovery. This is essential listening, and not just for violin devotees: this set belongs in everyone's collection!
Michael Jameson, ClassicsToday.com
David Oïstrakh - Beethoven - Violon Concerto - Violon Sonata n° 9 "Kreutzer"   (2008)

David Oïstrakh - Beethoven - Violon Concerto - Violon Sonata n° 9 "Kreutzer"
Classical | MP3 320 Kbps |180 MB
EMI Records Ltd 2008
Beethoven - Violin Sonatas 'Spring' & 'Kreutzer' - Menuhin, Kempff

Ludwig van Beethoven's Violin Sonatas No. 5 'Spring' & No. 9 'Kreutzer' - Yehudi Menuhin (violin), Wilhelm Kempff (piano)
1 CD, 66:27 | A D D | DG | dBpoweramp, FLAC tracks, No CUE, No Logs | No Scans | RS | 295 MB
Classical - Classical period | Chamber Music - Sonata for violin & piano | Composed 1800-1803 | Recording 1970


Gramophone review, Nov 1974:
Menuhin and Kempff seem in just about total agreement about how to play these sonatas: with enough attack to project their dramatic moments in a domestic context, and with enough repose to show their lyrical moments in the very best of lights.