Sonata for violin & harp in D major/E flat major ("Sonata Concertante"), Op. 113. 1. Allegro brillante.
Spohr: Sonatas Concertantes, Opp. 113-115. Sonata for violin & harp in G major/A flat major ("Sonata Concertante"), Op. 115. 6. Allegro. Sergiu Schwartz, Rachel Talitman. The Golden Age Of Harp And French Bassoon. French Music for Harp and String Quartet. Primary Artist, Violin.
Sergiu Schwartz, Rachel Talitman. Spohr: Sonatas Concertantes, Opp.
The Sonatas Opp 113-115, in D and G major, therefore have harp parts notated in E flat and A flat major respectively. Because of its delicate construction and stringing, the single-action harp has a distinct silvery bell-like sound and these sonatas are among the last important works specifically written for it. They are also the most demanding, but it is clear that Spohr intended them to display not only the technical skill of the two artists but also their musical expressiveness.
Scheidler became Spohr's wife in February 1806. Spohr's series of sonatas and other pieces for violin and harp were written for the couple to play together. Each work employed an ingenious solution to the outwardly ill-matched registral characteristics of the instruments. 113 (written in 1805 but published much later), was in fact the first work in which this novel solution was used.
Loading, please wait. CD 1. Louis Spohr Composer. Sonata Concertante, for harp and violin (flute), O. 13 Work. Cecilia Bernardini Violin, Masumi Nagasawa Harp.
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