Theatrical Season

Frei aber einsam

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Sunday 16 January 2022

17:30

Cucinelli Theatre

Kirill Troussov violin
Alexandra Troussova piano

 

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

Scherzo in C Minor WoO 2
Sonata no. 3 in D Minor  Op. 108
Allegro,
Adagio,
Un poco presto e con sentimento,
Presto agitato

César Franck (1822-1890)

Sonata in A Major Allegretto moderato,
Allegro,
Recitativo-Fantasia: Moderato,
Allegretto poco mosso

Johannes Brahms’ Sonata Op. 108 (his third) and César Franck’s Sonata in A Major are some of the best-known pieces among works for violin and piano.

True masterpieces, they were written in parallel in the late 1880s. Our programme begins with the Scherzo for the F.A.E.

Sonata (1853), the work jointly composed by Brahms, Dietrich, and Schumann in homage to Joseph Joachim (and his motto, Frei aber einsam), the only surviving piece of Brahms’ works for violin composed as a youth.

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