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L.V. Beethoven: Violin Sonatas - Perlman, Ashkenazy (Decca 1999)

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L.V. Beethoven: Violin Sonatas - Perlman, Ashkenazy (Decca 1999)

L.V. Beethoven: Violin Sonatas - Perlman, Ashkenazy
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The young composer at his most jubilant.

The "Spring" sonata was not given that name by Beethoven, but its sweetly melodious nature justifies the title. The "Kreutzer" sonata was dedicated to the French violinist Rodolphe Kreutzer but was actually premiered by the English violinist George Bridgetower. Beethoven barely completed the sonata in time for the first performance, Bridgetower had to play the difficult piece virtually at sight. Itzhak Perlman and Vladimir Ashkenazy had a bit more rehearsal than Bridgetower, but their playing has the spontaneity of that first performance.

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