Tartini - Devil’s Trill Sonata - Erica Morini (Mono)
Tartini - Devil’s Trill Sonata - Erica Morini (Mono)
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Tartini - Devil’s Trill Sonata - Erica Morini (Mono)
Tartini - Devil’s Trill Sonata - Erica Morini (Mono)

Tartini - Devil’s Trill Sonata - Erica Morini (Mono)

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Giuseppe Tartini - Sonata In G Minor & Variations on a theme Of Corelli

Erica Morini - Violin

Leon Pommers - Piano


1 LP, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : Pallas GmbH in Germany

Label : Analog Phonic

Original Label : Westminster

Recorded on 14 May, 1957

Engineered by Peter Nicholise

Produced by Theo Muller

Remastered by Rainer Maillard at Emil Berliner Studios from the original masters of Universal Music

Originally released in 1956

Reissued in 2018



Side A

  1. Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) - 
  2. Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) - Larghetto Affetuoso
  3.  Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) - Allegro
  4. Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) - Grave
  5. Sonata In G Minor (Devil's Trill) - Allegro Assai
  6. Variations On A Theme Of Corelli

Side B : Sonata In G Minor (Didone Abbandonata)

  1. Adagio
  2. Non Troppo Presto
  3. Largo
  4. Allegro Commodo


Reviews :

Erica Morini is most successful on bringing all of Tartini’s technical and interpretative aims to fruition. Her perfor-mances are pure, strong, and affectingly simple and she is ably seconded by Pommers. The reproduction is clean without exaggeration in range. » - High Fidelity

« Morini’s right arm was a model of smoothness, yet it was incisive when energy was required; her left hand was a miracle of pure intonation, using a narrow vibrato that never obscured the core of the note, producing a tone of bell-like clarity. Watching Morini play, one felt that she was completely oblivious to the outside world; she seemed mesmerized by her own sounds.- Boris Schwarz


Ratings :

AllMusic : 5 / 5 , Discogs : 5 / 5

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