Erwin Schulhoff (1894–1942): Violinsonaten 1 & 2

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Erwin Schulhoff (1894–1942): Violinsonaten 1 & 2

Schulhoff Violin Sonatas
Tanja Becker-Bender (Violine) und Markus Becker (Klavier)

Hyperion, DDD, 2010 (4963019)

Zur CD auf www.jpc.deMusik à la carte
Zur CD auf www.hyperion-records.co.uk

BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE ‚DISC OF THE MONTH‘

„The German violinist Tanja Becker-Bender burst onto the recording scene with a dazzling set of Paganini’s Caprices which thrilled the critics. She appears here in a second disc for Hyperion with her compatriot, Markus Becker, who has made two acclaimed recordings for the label.
Erwin Schulhoff: jazz enthusiast, sometime Dadaist, surrealist and committed communist. These are some of the labels that spring to mind for this extraordinary figure, but Schulhoff was a more complex and wide-ranging musician than any neat tags suggest. This Prague-born prodigy had an intensive training rooted in the Austro-German tradition from before the age of ten, and later studied with Max Reger and Fritz Steinbacher. His music is impossible to pin down stylistically – even at a particular stage of his career. His music for violin is often outrageously virtuosic and never less than fascinating.“
JPC.de

Erwin Schulhoff (1894–1942): Violinsonaten 1 & 2

Erwin Schulhoff (1894–1942): Violinsonaten 1 & 2

Schulhoff Violin Sonatas
Tanja Becker-Bender (Violine) und Markus Becker (Klavier)

Hyperion, DDD, 2010 (4963019)

Zur CD auf www.jpc.deMusik à la carte
Zur CD auf www.hyperion-records.co.uk

BBC MUSIC MAGAZINE ‚DISC OF THE MONTH‘

„The German violinist Tanja Becker-Bender burst onto the recording scene with a dazzling set of Paganini’s Caprices which thrilled the critics. She appears here in a second disc for Hyperion with her compatriot, Markus Becker, who has made two acclaimed recordings for the label.
Erwin Schulhoff: jazz enthusiast, sometime Dadaist, surrealist and committed communist. These are some of the labels that spring to mind for this extraordinary figure, but Schulhoff was a more complex and wide-ranging musician than any neat tags suggest. This Prague-born prodigy had an intensive training rooted in the Austro-German tradition from before the age of ten, and later studied with Max Reger and Fritz Steinbacher. His music is impossible to pin down stylistically – even at a particular stage of his career. His music for violin is often outrageously virtuosic and never less than fascinating.“
JPC.de

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