RH-012 | 4CD | Ruggiero Ricci -2- showpieces
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RH-012 | 4CD | Ruggiero Ricci -2- showpieces

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RUGGIERO RICCI CENTENARY EDITION -2-
Rhine Classics RH-012 | 4CD | © & ℗ 2018  
Total Time: 4h 40' 06''
16 pages detailed booklet enclosed

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CD1 | 63:23
Johann Sebastian Bach
[1]-[2]       Violin solo Sonata No.2 in A minor, BWV 1003: 3. Andante – 4. Allegro
Eugène Ysaÿe
[3]-[5]       Violin solo Sonata No.4 in E minor, Op.27/4 (1923) -to F. Kreisler-
Paul Hindemith
[6]-[9]       Violin solo Sonata (No.3), Op.31/2 “… Es ist so schönes Wetter draußen…” (1924)
Fritz Kreisler
[10]          Recitativo and Scherzo-Caprice, for solo violin, Op.6 (1911) -to E. Ysaÿe-
Niccolò Paganini
[11]-[14]   Caprices (24) for solo violin, Op.1 / (1802/17): Nos. 5, 7, 22, 24
bis/encores:
Johann Sebastian Bach
[15]          Violin solo Partita No.3 in E major, BWV 1006: 1. Preludio
Henryk Wieniawski
[16]          «Etudes-Caprices» (8) for violin solo, Op.18 (1862): 4. Tempo di Saltarella
recorded: live | Town Hall, New York | 21 November 1946
original acetates | first release of remastered audio
 
Vittorio Giannini (1903-1966)
[17]-[19]     Violin solo Sonata No.1 (1940)
recorded: live | Carnegie Hall, New York | 5 October 1947
(world premiere | work dedicated to Ruggiero Ricci)
 
CD2 | 68:12
Igor Stravinsky
[1]-[5]       Suite italienne, after “Pulcinella” (1933/34) (arr. w. Samuel Dushkin)
Jean Hubeau
[6]-[8]       Violin Concerto in C major (1939) -piano reduction-
Dmitry Kabalevsky
[9]            Improvisation, from “Night of St. Petersburg”, Op.21/1 (1934) (ed. Joseph Szigeti)
Fritz Kreisler
[10]          La Chasse, Caprice “in the Style of Cartier” (publ. 1911)
Virgil Thomson
[11]          Spinning Song, No.7 from 10 Piano Etudes (1944) (arr. R. Ricci)
Darius Milhaud
[12]          Le printemps, for violin and piano, Op.18 (1914)
[13]          Farandoleurs, for violin and piano, Op.262 (1946)
Abram Chasins
[14]          Etude in C-sharp minor, No.3 from 3 Pieces Op.6 (1925) (arr. R. Ricci)
Franz von Vecsey
[15]          Caprice No.1 in A minor  “Le Vent” (1916)
Niccolò Paganini
[16]          La Campanella (Rondò from Concerto No.2 Op.7) (arr. Paul Kochanski)
Frédéric Chopin
[17]          Nocturne No.20 in C-sharp minor, Op.posth. (arr. Nathan Milstein)
Henryk Wieniawski
[18]          «L’École Moderne», (9) Études-Caprices for violin solo, Op.10 (1854): 4. Le Staccato
Bernard Frank, piano
recorded: live | Carnegie Hall, New York | 5 October 1947
original acetates | first release of remastered audio
  
CD3 | 74:21
Pablo de Sarasate
[1]              Romanza Andaluza, Op.22 No.1 (1878)
Niccolò Paganini
[2]              “I Palpiti” for violin and piano, Op.13 / M.S. 77 (1819)
Otto Alfons Graef, piano
recorded: studio | Altes Funkhaus, Frankfurt | 20 September 1950 | original master
Francesco Geminiani
[3]-[6]          Violin solo Sonata in B-flat major, IFG 24 (ed. Mario Corti)
Eugène Ysaÿe
[7]-[9]          Violin solo Sonata No.4 in E minor, Op.27/4 (1923)
Niccolò Paganini
[10]            “Nel cor più non mi sento” for solo violin, M.S. 44 (1827)
recorded: studio | SDR, Untertürkheim, Stuttgart | 17 January 1953 | original master
Eugène Ysaÿe
[11]-[13]      Violin solo Sonata No.4 in E minor, Op.27/4 (1923)
recorded: studio | Wartburg, Saarbrücken | 7 February 1953 | original master
 
Giuseppe Tartini
[14]-[16]      Sonata in G minor, B.g5 “The Devil’s Trill” (arr. & Cadenza by Fritz Kreisler)
Niccolò Paganini
[17]            La Campanella (Rondò from Concerto No.2 Op.7) (arr. Paul Kochanski)
Bedrich Smetana
[18]            From the Homeland, (2) Pieces for violin and piano JB 1:118: 2. Andantino
Kostas Kidoniatis, piano
recorded: studio | Hellenic Radio, Athens | July 1970 | original master
 
CD4 | 74:10
Niccolò Paganini
[1]-[24]        Caprices (24) for solo violin, Op.1 / M.S. 25 (1802/17) “alli artisti” – complete unedited performance 
bis/encores, announced by Ruggiero Ricci:
Henryk Wieniawski
[25]            «L’École Moderne», (9) Études-Caprices for solo violin, Op.10 (1854): 4. Le Staccato
Fritz Kreisler
[26]            Scherzo-Caprice, for solo violin, from Op.6 (1911)
recorded: live | Teatro Comunale, Monfalcone, Italy | 21 November 1986 | original master

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Ruggiero Ricci (San Bruno, CA, 24 July 1918 — Palm Springs, 5 August 2012)


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