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A truly fine violinist playing truly beautiful music...Grammy Award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich performs Janácek’s Violin Sonata, Josef Suk’s Four Pieces, and Dvorák’s Humoresque with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and Jakub Hruša. BELOW: Hadelich performs Dvorák's "Humoresque" Op. 101, No. 7, arranged by Fritz Kreisler, with pianist Charles Owen.
This album pairs cellist Inbal Segev’s interpretations of two English cello concertos composed exactly a century apart: Elgar’s Cello Concerto dates from 1919, while Anna Clyne’s DANCE was written just last year. Segev commissioned Clyne’s new work and gave its world and East Coast premieres last summer. BELOW: About the Album with Inbal Segev, Marin Alsop & Anna Clyne
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