Anastasia Khitruk - Léon de Saint-Lubin: Virtuoso Works for Violin, Vol. 1 mp3 downloadPerformer: Anastasia Khitruk
Title: Léon de Saint-Lubin: Virtuoso Works for Violin, Vol. 1
Style: Chamber Music
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Anastasia Khitruk - Léon de Saint-Lubin: Virtuoso Works for Violin, Vol. 1 mp3 download
Anastasia Khitruk recorded a CD of music by Leon de Saint-Lubin for Naxos Records. Produced in Toronto by Bonnie & Norbert Kraft.
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Although he knew Beethoven and Schubert, and was directly inspired by Paganini, Léon de Saint-Lubin has almost been entirely forgotten. He was championed 100 years ago by Hungarian violinist Jenö Hubay, who has come back into vogue himself, and now he himself is the subject of a revival attempt by Russian-American violinist Anastasia Khitruk. She has the technical equipment to deal with the thornier passages of the Theme originale et Etude de S. Thalberg, Op. 45a (track 6), but for the most part Saint-Lubin wasn't a virtuoso in the Paganini mold
Primary Artist, Violin.
Album · 2009 · 12 Songs. Fantaisie Sur un Theme de Lucia Di Lammermoor, Op. 46. Anastasia Khitruk. 6. Theme Original Et Etude de S. 45a.
Anastasia Khitruk Violin. CD: 1 Tracks: 15 Length: 1:10:03. Russian Philharmonic Orchestra. Léon de Saint-Lubin: Virtuoso Works for Violin, Vol. 1. Naxos featured album.
Born in Turin, he moved with his family to Hamburg in 1809, where his musical education began. In 1817 he went to Dresden, where he studied with the violinist Giovanni Battista Polledro; and the following year he moved to Frankfurt, where he studied with Ludwig Spohr. Saint-Lubin makes the peculiar choice to transcribe for solo violin an etude from a minor composer like Thalberg. The slow and reflective material is not very memorable, but Saint-Lubin manages to create a violinistic piece out of it, replete with expressive double-stops, bariolage, accented lines, and repeated notes.
Listen to music from Anastasia Khitruk like La Folia - Variations sérieuses, Paganini Caprice No. 17 & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Anastasia Khitruk. Saint-Lubin, L. De: Violin Virtuoso Works, Vol. 1 - Grand Duo Concertant, 2 Salonstucke, Potpourri. La Folia - Corelli, Leclair, Pugnani, Locatelli, de Saint-Lubin, Ysaÿe, Khitruk. 19 Feb 2008 · 12 tracks. 30 Apr 2009 · 13 tracks.
Anastasia Khitruk in 2008. Anastasia Khitruk (Russian: Анастасия Хитрук) (b. Moscow, August 1974) is a Russian-born American violin player. She was a student of Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School. She has made many recordings of which three were for Naxos: Khandoshkin Grammy nominated Miklos Rozsa Violin Concerto and Leon de Saint-Lubin Several works written for Ms. Khitruk include Der Golum by Michael Colina.
Her latest album, released last week, features works by the composer Léon de Saint-Lubin, ("San Lu-BAN" for French-challenged like me). "This is my third album in a row, taking things which are unknown, and more specifically, are unknown to me," Anastasia said. Jon Frohnen, who does the series of 19th century virtuoso works, had heard my very first record, which had a Saint-Lubin piece on it. He had listened to it a long time ago, and so when he wanted someone to do a disc of Saint-Lubin, he contacted me. He said he'd send me the music, have me look over i. "Originally he wanted me to do the caprices. Anastasia Khitruk records Theme Original et Etude de S. 45a, by Léon de Saint-Lubin. The free downloads, courtesy Violinist. com member Jonathan Frohnen: (Both files are in PDF format).
This recording aims to cast a spotlight on some of the remarkable, yet forgotten music written for the solo violin between . 840 and 1919. Bourrée (Allegretto non troppo) 10 - Franz von Vecsey: Preludio e Fuga in C minor: Preludio (Andante) 11 - Franz von Vecsey: Preludio e Fuga in C minor: Fuga (Allegro) 12 - Léon de Saint-Lubin: Fantaisie sur un thème de Lucia di Lammermoor, Op. 46 13 - Joseph Joachim: Schottische Melodie. Produced by Vaughan Jones and Jonathan Mayer.
|Grand Duo Concertant, for violin & piano, Op. 49|
|1||1. Allegro moderato||Anastasia Khitruk||9:23|
|2||2. Scherzo: Allegro vivace||Anastasia Khitruk||3:59|
|3||3. Adagio: Molto cantabile||Anastasia Khitruk||5:28|
|4||4. Rondo: Allegretto||Anastasia Khitruk||8:56|
|5||Fantasy on the sextet "Chi mi frena in tal momento" from Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor", for solo violin, Op. 46||Anastasia Khitruk||6:24|
|6||Original Theme and Study by Sigmund Thalberg, for violin & piano, Op. 45a||Anastasia Khitruk||6:04|
|7||Adagio religioso, for violin & piano, Op. 44||Anastasia Khitruk||6:42|
|8||Porpourri on themes from Auber's opera "La Fiancée", for violin & piano, Op. 35||Anastasia Khitruk||13:36|
|Salonstücke, for violin & piano, Op. 47/1 ("Nocturne and Rondino")|
|Salonstücke, for violin & piano, Op. 47/2 ("Nocturne and Polonaise")|
CreditsJonathan Frohnen - Research
Anastasia Khitruk - Primary Artist, Violin
Elizaveta Kopelman - Piano
Klaus Martin Kopitz - Liner Notes
Norbert Kraft - Engineer, Producer
Michael Pochna - Art Consultant, Associate Producer
Bonnie Silver - Editing, Producer
David Stevens - Liner Note Translation
Eisaku Tokuyama - Photography
Paolo Zeccara - Cover Montage