10 4 *#468352 - 0.13MB, 1 pp. The vital, solar violin of Sareika is answered by the expressive, structured piano playing of Savary. 27 in G Major, K. 379: Sonata for piano and violin No. 2 It reflects both sides while itself transcending duality. Andantino cantabile - Variations I-VI - Theme. Perhaps that is one reason why some would call Mozart “less serious” and “less deep” than other composers like Beethoven, where the compositional struggle tends to more readily be heard in the music itself, and often bears itself out in Beethoven’s working manuscripts which frequently do not resemble fair copies, but elaborately worked-out and almost illegible sketches. After graduated with honours in France (Caen Conservatory- Normandy), she joined the Royal Academy of Music of London in 2003 to study under Christopher Elton and Alexander Satz. 0.0/10 2 -  -  Presto. It is the last of Mozart's substantial violin sonatas. Amandine is laureate of the fondation d’entreprise banque populaire 2011, the tillest trust, the kirckman concert society, the philip&dorothy green award, the park lane group and was a recipient of the musicians benevolent fund, the martin musical scholarship, the hattori foundation, the worshipful company of musicians. 0.0/10 You can download the PDF sheet music. *#468329 - 0.89MB, 6 pp. 10 Chamber Music Work: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Violin Sonata in A major, K. 526 (for violin and piano) 6 Vineta Sareika, violinAmandine Savary, piano, Mozart: Piano and Violin Sonatas, K. 376, K. 379 & K. 526. 35 in A Major, K. 526: II. Supported by Windows with software player from Media Monkey, JRiver, JPLAY). This piece was completed just before the completion of his opera “Don Giovanni,” K. 527. We use cookies to improve the use of our website, our products and services, and confirm your login authorization or initial creation of account. Amandine Savary In addition to her concert activities, Vineta is teaching chamber music at the Universität der Künste Berlin and at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Belgium. Composed a few days after the Little Night Music, the Sonata K. 526 is one of his most dazzling compositions, with big movements in exceptionally quick tempi; there reigns here the permanent impression that the composer is delighting in his natural mastery of counterpoint and his art, uniquely so. Presto 07:19 0.0/10 piupianissimo (2010/5/1), Violin Part (Preview) He continues to return to the “A” theme throughout the movement each time after visiting “new” colors of sound – sometimes in the minor, sometimes in the major, eventually ending with a breathless coda, in a joyous and triumphant ending in the spirit somewhat reminiscent of the “Rondo Alla Turka” movement of Mozart’s “Piano Sonata in A Major,” K. 331. 8 10 Copyright © 2020 Naxos Digital Services Ltd. All rights reserved. If the first sonata on this album, the Sonata K. 376, has no great formal originality, the dialogue between the violin and the piano is intensely varied and overall the work develops both charm and considerable tranquillity. Presto Vineta Sareika and Amandine Savary demonstrate once again a sublime, jubilant feeling for chamber music. 27 in G Major, K. 379: II. 8 35 in A Major, K. 526: 6 Sonata for piano and violin No. Funper (2006/6/07), Complete Score (scan) (EU) (Preview) It is more than any other music, the sound of now… the present moment. Supported by Windows with software player from JRiver, KORG MediaGate. 6 If emotion is evoked in Mozart, it is on the deepest levels of those extremely rare “ah-ha” moments we have when we can see the oneness and beauty of the universe in all things – the good as well as the bad – the darkness as well as the light. 35; Sonata para violín n.º 35; Sonata per a violí núm. 8 It is placed in the Köchel catalogue between the string serenade Eine kleine Nachtmusik (K. 525) and the opera Don Giovanni. (-) - C*/61*/V* - 758×⇩ - Piupianissimo, Deleted First Writing (scan) (EU) (Preview) High-End Network-Streaming players and few D/A Converter's (DAC). After their album devoted to the Sonatas of Grieg, the Latvian violinist Vineta Sareika and the French pianist Amandine Savary tackle Mozart for their second recording. 8 Click to learn more. The Sonata in A for Violin and Keyboard, K. 526, was written in 1787 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. MQA Studio (Blue light) indicates the sound is identical to that of the original source material and has either been approved in the studio by the artist/producer or has been verified by the copyright owner. I have never heard anyone refer to any of Mozart’s violin sonatas as a truly “great” Mozart work in the same way we consider the great “Kreutzer” Sonata, Op. 2 Allegretto grazioso, Sonata for piano and violin No. It was completed in between two much more famous masterpieces by Mozart, and therefore receives little attention, yet the treasures which lie within this remarkable work are well worth discovering for all who care to listen. 4 Laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Violin Competition and several ECHO CLASSIC Awards, she has been performing as a soloist with the leading european orchestras and working as the first concert master of the Royal Flemish Philharmonic. Vineta Sareika Presto 07:19 Your email address will not be published. A native of Jurmala (Latvia), Vineta Sareika began her violin studies at the age of 5. (-) - V/V/V - 719×⇩ - Massenetique, PDF scanned by E-Mn -  The Sonata in A for Violin and Keyboard, K. 526, was written in 1787 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. While it is true Mozart’s music lacks the element of personal emotional reflection in the way of the romantics, Mozart’s approach to composition and his dedication to the perfection and integrity of his craft are no less serious and committed than any other composer in history. Supported by Apple OS with software player from Amarra, Audirvana, PureMusic). 4 It is placed in the Köchel catalogue between the string serenade Eine kleine Nachtmusik (K. 525) and the opera Don Giovanni. An MQA file is backward compatible so will play on any device. (-) - V/V/V - 6761×⇩ - piupianissimo, Complete Score Her discography including Ravel Chamber music works and Schubert Piano trios / sonatas for Fuga Libera, French melodies for cello & piano for Sony and Bach Toccatas for Muso has received many awards (R10 from Repertoire Magasine, 4* from Le Monde de la Musique, the “Clef” from Resumica Magasine, the prestigious Diapason d’or, the “Choc” of the year by Classica magasine , the “Editor’s Choice” of Gramophone Magasine, the “Super sonic award” of Pizzicato Magasine amongst others…). Fiolinsonate nr. 10 8 Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791), Album including Album cover 4 As for their preceding collaboration: The symbiosis is perfect between two musicians. 4 However, unlike many composers, Mozart did not take life or himself quite as seriously, leaving us with a strange sense of wonder at how he was able to accomplish the miraculous seemingly as easily and as naturally as taking a breath… That ease, purity, and inevitability is Mozart. 35 in A Major, K. 526: III. 35 in A Major, K. 526: III. Andante, Sonata for piano and violin No. 4 2 (-) - C*/61*/V* - 202×⇩ - Piupianissimo, Content is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 License For users, using Apple/iTunes and a few Network Streaming players. The opening movement is written in sonata form in 6/8 time. 24 in F Major, K. 376: Sonata for piano and violin No. 24 in F Major, K. 376: I. Allegro, Sonata for piano and violin No. 10 35 in A Major, K. 526: 6 Sonata for piano and violin No. 47  of Beethoven. (-) - !N/!N/!N - 629×⇩ - MP3 - Cypressdome, Complete Score and Violin Part Services below require separate subscription. It is so easy – perhaps too easy to take Mozart for granted. 4 Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Artist(s): *#91032 - 1.72MB, 7 (70-76) pp. 10 -  The violin and piano are given equal melodic and motific, virtuosic treatment, trading melodies and eighth-note, sixteenth-note figurations in a playful dance of assured mastery. Dating from the same year, the Sonata K. 379 was composed very rapidly; Mozart asserts he wrote it in an hour, without having the time to write down on paper the piano part that he performed from memory at its first performance the next day. 0.0/10 This piece was completed just before the completion of his opera “Don Giovanni,” K. 527. It is a tour de force for both the piano and violin, making great technical demands on both players in a way quite different than Beethoven makes in his “Kreutzer Sonata.” There is a beautiful melody marking the “B” section of the rondo, first played by the piano and later picked up by the violin to slow down the perpetual motion just a bit to allow us to catch our breath, but then it is off again to the races as Mozart returns to the “A” theme of the rondo.

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