Mozart - Sonatas for Piano & Violin - Arthur Grumiaux & Clara Haski
Mozart - Sonatas for Piano & Violin - Arthur Grumiaux & Clara Haski
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Mozart - Sonatas for Piano & Violin - Arthur Grumiaux & Clara Haski
Mozart - Sonatas for Piano & Violin - Arthur Grumiaux & Clara Haski

Mozart - Sonatas for Piano & Violin - Arthur Grumiaux & Clara Haski

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Sonatas for Piano & Violin

Arthur Grumiaux, Violin

Clara Haskil, Piano

 

1LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g Virgin vinyl

Record color : Black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Pallas (Germany)

Label : Analogphonic

Original label : Philips

Mastered by Maarten de Boer

Originally released in 1956

Reissued in 1986

 

Tracks :

Side A :

  1. Sonata In B Flat Major For Piano And Violin K. 378 - 1st Mov.: Allegro Moderato
  2. Sonata In B Flat Major For Piano And Violin K. 378 - 2nd Mov.: Andantino Sostenuto E Cantabile
  3. Sonata In B Flat Major For Piano And Violin K. 378 - 3rd Mov.: Rondo
  4. Sonata In E Minor For Piano And Violin K. 304 - 1st Mov.: Allegro
  5. Sonata In E Minor For Piano And Violin K. 304 - 2nd Mov.: Tempo Di Minuetto

Side B :

  1. Sonata In F Major For Piano And Violin K. 376 - 1st Mov.: Allegro
  2. Sonata In F Major For Piano And Violin K. 376 - 2nd Mov.: Andante
  3. Sonata In F Major For Piano And Violin K. 376 - 3rd Mov.: Rondo (Allegretto Grazioso)
  4. Sonata In G Major For Piano And Violin K. 301 - 1st Mov.: Allegro Con Spirito
  5. Sonata In G Major For Piano And Violin K. 301 - 2nd Mov.: Allegro

 

Reviews:

“The two records that Clara Haskil and Arthur Grumiaux made of six of Mozart's sonatas for piano and violin (to give the two instruments their correct priority) in the late 1950s remain models against which later versions are judged (and often found wanting). After being Out of circulation for many years, they were reissued in the seven-LP album devoted to Haskil (1895-1960) a couple of years ago (Philips 6768 366, 11/83). Now we have the first of them, devoted to four sonatas, on CD, as vivid in sound and as innocent of background noise as if it had been made yesterday, although in mono only.This is a truly miraculous reissue: one hopes that the other two Mozart sonatas (K454 in B flat and K526 in A), and all ten of Beethoven's, will follow.” Gramophone, April 1985

 

Ratings:

Discogs : 4.74 / 5

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