Mozart Complete Sonatas For Violin

Rachel Podger, Gary Cooper - Mozart: Complete Sonatas For Keyboard And Violin (2004)

Rachel Podger, Gary Cooper - Mozart: Complete Sonatas For Keyboard And Violin (2004)
Classical, Chamber | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 1,35 Gb
Label: Channel Classics | Release Year: 2004

We bundled the eight Mozart cd’s that Rachel Podger and Gary Cooper recorded over the last ten years into an atrractive box, with an informative note from producer Jonathan Freeman-Attwoord. The duo partnership Gary Cooper and Rachel Podger has taken them worldwide.
Beethoven - Complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano (Midori Seiler, Jos van Immerseel) (2012)

Beethoven - Complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano (Midori Seiler, Jos van Immerseel) (2012)
Classical | Eac. Flac, Img+Cue, Log | Covers | 1,01 Gb
Label: Zig-Zag Territoires | Catalog N.: ZZT307 | TT: 233:18

Period-instrument performances of Beethoven's violin sonatas aren't too common; they pose thorny problems of balance even beyond the question of whether Beethoven wouldn't have preferred modern instruments if he could have had them. But this superbly musical set by violinist Midori Seiler, playing an Italian Baroque violin of unknown manufacture, and fortepianist Jos van Immerseel, on a copy of an entirely appropriate Viennese Walter piano, may well redefine the standard for these works. The sonatas were recorded at different times in the late 2000s decade, and some were issued separately, but all were very nicely recorded in the chamber music hall of the Luxembourg Philharmonie, and they are very much a set. The joys of these recordings run across all three discs (the ordering of the sonatas was done merely in order to fit the complete program onto three), and they come from both players as well as from the interaction between the two.
Clementi - Complete Sonatas For Violin, Flute, Cello & Piano [Re-Post]

Muzio Clementi - Complete Sonatas for Violin, Flute, Cello & Piano
Classical | X Lossless Decoder | WavPack, CUE, LOGS | 8 CD | Covers | 1,77 Gb
Released: 2008 | Label: Brilliant Classics

This is a very interesting and convenient set to own of Muzio Clementi's sonatas for piano and other instruments in contrast to his great sonatas for the piano alone!

Joaquin Turina - Complete Sonatas For Violin And Piano  

Posted by tapaz9 at March 6, 2013
Joaquin Turina - Complete Sonatas For Violin And Piano

Joaquin Turina - Complete Sonatas For Violin And Piano
Classical | EAC: FLAC+Cue+Log | 1 Cd, Covers + Booklet | 327 Mb
Label: Verso - Date: 2007

Of the 104 catalogued works of Joaquín Turina, just five are for violin and piano, Sonata española, 1908, Sonata No. 1 in D Op. 51, the Variaciones clásicas Op. 72, Sonata No. 2 in G Op. 82 and Homage to Navarre Op. 102, all recorded here by the violinist David Peralta Alegre with Ana Sánchez Donate at the piano. Although composed over a broad period of time, from 1908 to 1945, they are all dominated more than anything else by the savour of Andalusia and the essentially Spanish tradition, both characteristics which impregnated …………
Clementi - Complete Sonatas For Violin, Flute, Cello & Piano (Reup)

Muzio Clementi - Complete Sonatas for Violin, Flute, Cello & Piano
Classical | X Lossless Decoder | WavPack, CUE, LOGS | 8 CD | Covers | 1,77 Gb
Released: 2008 | Label: Brilliant Classics

This is a very interesting and convenient set to own of Muzio Clementi's sonatas for piano and other instruments in contrast to his great sonatas for the piano alone!
Viktoria Mullova, Bruno Canino - Bach: Sonatas for Violin & Piano (1993)

Viktoria Mullova, Bruno Canino - Bach: Sonatas for Violin & Piano (1993)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log, scans) | Covers Included | 55:46 | 248 MB
Genre: Baroque | Label: Philips Classics | Catalog: 434 084-2

The pellucid simplicity of Bruno Canino's pianoplaying is the perfect partner for the fine silver of Viktoria Mullova's violin playing. Here it is at its most refined, even its most austere. The Adagio of the B minor Sonata contains absolutely nothing extraneous to a perception of the melody's own contours: no gloss of dynamic or movement, just a sense of totally secure accomplishment, sophisticated timbre and phrasing.
Richard Fuller - Hyacinthe Jadin: Complete Sonatas for Fortepiano (2005) 3 CD Set

Richard Fuller - Hyacinthe Jadin: Complete Sonatas for Fortepiano (2005) 3 CD Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 763 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 510 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Palatine | # PL 9-0505 | Time: 03:25:32

French composer Hyacinthe Jadin was one of the first musicians to make his reputation, and a living, in post-revolutionary France. As fate would have it, it would not be a long career, and after his early death, Jadin slipped into obscurity so rapidly that not even a single portrait of him was saved. While we may not know what he looked like, the 30 or so works that survive from his pen speak eloquently both for Jadin and the turbulent era in which he lived. Although a number of players over the years have recorded selections from Jadin's surviving output of 16 piano sonatas, pianist Richard Fuller appears to be the first to approach them in a comprehensive way in his three-disc set for Palatine, Hyacinth Jadin: Complete Sonatas.
Keith Jarrett & Michelle Makarski – Johann Sebastian Bach: Six Sonatas for Violin and Piano (2013) {2CD ECM New Series}

Keith Jarrett & Michelle Makarski – Johann Sebastian Bach: Six Sonatas for Violin and Piano (2013) {2CD ECM New Series}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 444 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 223 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 34 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2013 ECM Records | ECM New Series | ECM 2230/31
Classical / Baroque / Chamber Music

Jazz pianist Keith Jarrett has recorded Bach before, on both piano and harpsichord. His interpretations are not jazz versions of Bach but are played straight. In this case you might say relatively straight, for Bach's sonatas for violin and keyboard, BWV 1014-1019, were written for a harpsichord and are generally played that way; somehow the ear is jarred more by the piano here than in Bach's solo keyboard music (which Jarrett has also recorded). Jarrett fans will find the evidence of his characteristic style not in rhythmic inflections toward jazz but in his way of sustaining notes, which is never excessive.
Sonja van Beek & Andreas Frolich - Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Complete Works for Violin & Piano (2000)

Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Complete Works for Violin & Piano (2000)
Sonja van Beek, violin; Andreas Frölich, piano

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 319 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 195 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: cpo | # cpo 999 709-2 | Time: 01:12:03

Although Korngold’s ‘complete works for violin and piano’ make up a reasonably full disc, it is only fair to point out that the Violin Sonata is the single work that is not an arrangement from one of his other pieces. Yet this Sonata, written at the age of 15 for Carl Flesch and Artur Schnabel no less, is a fine example of his early style, with its echoes of Zemlinsky and early Schoenberg. The young Dutch violinist Sonja van Beek and German pianist Andreas Frölich negotiate its challenges with ease: as in Rachmaninoff’s Cello Sonata, the pianist has as tough a role as the melody instrument. Much Ado about Nothing is one of several arrangements of a suite of four movements derived from incidental music to Shakespeare’s play written in 1918, performed here with affection and a silken suavity. The remainder of the repertoire is made up of arrangements of Korngold lollipops, hit numbers from his operas, such as the unforgettable ‘Marietta’s Lied’ from Die tote Stadt, arranged by the composer as salon pieces and popularised by Kreisler and his ilk.
Leila Schayegh - J.S. Bach: Sonatas for Violin & Harpsichord, BWV 1014-1019 (2016)

Leila Schayegh - J.S. Bach: Sonatas for Violin & Harpsichord, BWV 1014-1019 (2016)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 01:34:41 | 219 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Glossa

Two rising stars in today s firmament of Baroque music performance, Leila Schayegh and Jörg Halubek, join forces to record one of the major challenges in their joint repertory: the six Bach Violin Sonatas, BWV 1014-1019. The collection s title, 'Sei Suonate à Cembalo certato è Violino Solo', reflects the close partnership demanded of the violin and harpsichord players, with Bach moving away from the idea of continuo support for a solo instrument and constantly making new technical demands on the musicians and thereby approaching the concept of the triosonata.