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Hyperion Records

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View of the Pavilion at Morysinka (detail) (1834) by Wincenty Kasprzycki (fl1833-1833)
Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw / Bridgeman Art Library, London
Track(s) taken from CDD22046
Recording details: February 1995
Forde Abbey, Somerset, United Kingdom
Produced by John H West
Engineered by John Timperley
Release date: November 2002
Total duration: 8 minutes 16 seconds

'These world premiere recordings of, I am inclined to say masterpieces, are superbly performed and recorded. Seta Tanyel is beautifully balanced with her colleagues bringing all of her tonal translucency and charm to even the most awkward and strenuous moments. I have seldom heard a pianist on such good terms with her instrument' (Gramophone)

Serenade for violin and piano, Op 70
composer

Introduction  EnglishFrançaisDeutsch
The Serenade for violin and piano, Op 70, dates from 1895 when Scharwenka was based in the USA and, perhaps surprisingly, is the only example he left of the short ‘salon’ instrumental piece. It was dedicated to his brother’s wife, Marianne (née Stressov), a violinist who also taught at the Scharwenka Conservatory. In a simple A-B-A form, the mood is essentially lyrical and expressive and is typical of a genre very popular at the turn of the century.

from notes by Martin Eastick © 2002

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