GENUIN, 1 CD
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Young violinist Liv Migdal ventures a journey to the limits of the speakable, playable, and tangible: the winner of numerous international prizes (including at the Ruggiero Ricci Competition Salzburg and Hindemith Competition Berlin) performs music by Bach, Bartók, and refugee from Germany Paul Ben-Haim. What could be more fragile than Liv Migdal's lonely violin playing Bach, and what more existentially violent than the same instrument with Bartók? A true discovery is the work of Israel's national composer Ben-Haim: a firestorm of energy, a melancholy meditation on lost happiness. A fabulous violinist presents a bold program!
|6||Lento e sotto voce||5:52|
|8||I. Tempo di ciaccona||10:28|
|9||II. Fuga. Risoluto, non troppo…||4:26|
|10||III. Melodia. Adagio||6:32|