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Mozart: Violin Sonatas, K. 454, 296, 526

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  • Performer: Isaac Stern, Yefim Bronfman
  • Composer: W. A. Mozart
  • Audio CD (May 17, 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00000296P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #172,875 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Zhivago on June 14, 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is truly one of those delightful, highly enjoyable CDs that you can pop in anywhere and instantly be happy :) Stern plays with great enthusiasm and vitaility, while Bronfman serves as a great accompanist, playing with a Mozartian finesse and delicacy. This is a truly great CD considering its content and its rather low price featuring great violinst Stern. Buy it today and be happy :)
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Melvyn M. Sobel on August 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
The Mozart sonatas for violin and piano are glorious works, and this premiere SONY collection spans the widest emotional and lyrical breadth in the hands of artists Stern and Bronfman. There is such an unmatched, contagious sensitivity and joy apparent in the collaboration of this duo that the disc is entirely self-recommending. Especially memorable are the tender and contemplative slow movements, juxtaposed so brilliantly by Mozart's jaunty allegros. The sound, as well, is completely natural and intimate, the musicians appearing as if in person.

[Running time: 62:28]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NUC MED TECH on March 11, 2014
Format: Audio CD
03-09-2014 Isaac Stern and yefim Bronfman have teamed up to record these violin/piano sanati by Mozart with the usual results, very good. Recorded in mid-march of 1993, they arfe from the composer's "late" years, at the ripe old age of 22 to 31, they are all in the Major key, and of the total of 32 sonati, only 2 were written in a minor key. here, they are all bright, sunny and typically youthful in sound and sunny in disposition. Expert technique flourishes here on this Sony CD, along with miking that is a tad too close for my tastes, but within limits. there is NO harshness of tone as every note reaches my ears with perfectly clean and crisply defined lines, or, just what one would expect from these artists and this label, Sony.
Leading off the disk, is the Sonata in B-Flat Major in the usual 3 movement arrangement. It is about 22 and a half minutes long and opens with a bold, unison set of notes, then Bronfman makes a statement, then Stern and then it's off to the races. The opening is a flowing and quite beautiful melody in Largo tempo, offering us a warm and welcoming tune that enchants the listener with it's sincerity and poise. the Allegro begins around the 01:49 mark. it is mildly dazzling in it's technique and Stern negotiates the twists and turns with his colleague with the highest quality of dexterity we have all come to expect from these two outstanding musicians. Isaac Stern passed away in -----but Yefim Bronfman, born in 1958 is only 56 years old and shows no signs of slowing down, thank goodness. He is a marvelouis and entertaining soloist and chamber musician and, I hgope, some day, to hear him live.
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12-12-13 Here on AMAZON, YOU ARE REQUIRED TO AWARD STARS BEFORE WRITING A review. I often change my mind wqhile writing, because I may also be listening AT THE SAME TIME. BUT, WITH THESE TWO FINE ARTISTS, I HAD NO SUCH FEARS. I GAVE THIS CD A 5 RIGHT OF THE START, BECAUSE I know WHAT I am going to hear------5 STARS !!!!! So, let's go. This disk contains only 62+ minutes of music but, what music!! A violin sonata from rthe earlier, middle and later period of Mozart's life demonstrating the composerr's geneous, in just one category. Mozart wsrote -28 finished --------Sonati for Violin and Piano, and, although he was the finest pianist in all of Europe at the time, he was also a violinist, but not as good as he wqished. Plus, Papa Mozart was THE fiddler in the family along with kid sister Nannerl, another keyboard pro like her big brother. Imagine an eveing at home with the Mozarts. WOW, WHAT TALENT!!
the vn/pf sonata in B-Flat Major was written in 1784 when Wolfgang was 28 y/o. It runs long, at 27:32 and is in the customary 3 movments. A firm unison statement opens the intro Largo, perhaps a homage to the intro king, Haydn. Then what pours forth is a rapturous dreamy and slightly melancholey flowing melody for violin, soon joined by piano. Both Stern and Bronfmanplay their heart out, but by about the 2 minute mark, we've jumped into the Allegro portion and the race is on. One can hear the immense pleasure these men must have had recording this and the rest of the music on this Cd, laid down in March, 13th thru 16th of 1993 at the legendary Manhatten Center Studios in N.Y.C.-- USA. STERN IS 73 Y/O AND BRONFMAN ONLY A KID OF 35 AT THESE RECORDING SESSIONS FORSONY RECORDS, THE LABEL STERN AND THEN BRONFMAN, HELPED ACHEIVE GREAT ECONOMIC SUCCESS WITH.
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