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Track(s) taken from CDD22048

Sonata in D minor, Op 6 No 4

composer
1711 or slightly later; from 12 Trattenimenti armonici per camera, Op 6

The Locatelli Trio
Recording details: January 1992
Gewölbekeller am Römerturn, Köln, Germany
Produced by Hansjörg Seiler
Engineered by Karl-Peter Wahle & Werner Walravens
Release date: October 1994
Total duration: 8 minutes 39 seconds
 
1
Grave  [2'19]
2
Larghetto  [2'18]
3
Adagio  [1'56]
4
Allegro  [2'06]

Violinistic display dominates Sonata 4. Here both slow movements have shimmering arpeggiation before the final cadence, while the fast movements exploit double-stopping as a percussive effect.

from notes by Michael Talbot © 1994

La Sonate 4 est dominée par un déploiement de technique violonistique. Ici, dans les deux mouvements lents, une série d’arpèges précède comme un miroitement la cadence finale, pendant que les mouvements rapides exploitent les doubles-cordes pour obtenir un effet percutant.

extrait des notes rédigées par Michael Talbot © 1994
Français: Alain Midoux

Violinistischer Prunk dominiert die Sonate 4. Ihre beiden langsamen Sätze zeichnen sich durch schimmernde Arpeggiatur vor der Schlußkadenz aus, während die schnellen Sätze Doppelgriffe als perkussiven Effekt ausnutzen.

aus dem Begleittext von Michael Talbot © 1994
Deutsch: Anne Steeb/Bernd Müller

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