Ilya Kaler, Barkauskas, Hindemith, Martinon, Prokofiev, Ysaÿe - Ilya Kaler, Violin album flac
Title: Ilya Kaler, Violin
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Ilya Kaler (born June 2, 1963) is a Russian-born violinist Contents. 1995 Ilya Kaler, violin, recital of works by Barkauskas, Hindemith, Martinon, Prokofiev, and Ysaÿe. 1995 Brahms Double Concerto, Op.
Ilya Kaler, Barkauskas, Hindemith, Martinon, Prokofiev, Ysaÿe - Ilya Kaler, Violin.
Ilya Kaler (born June 2, 1963) is a Russian-born violinist YouTube Encyclopedic.
Hear Ilya Kaler and pianist Beilin Han in tonight’s program of works by Hindemith, Beethoven, de Falla, Gershwin and Ysaÿe live from the Cleveland Institute of Music’s Mixon Hall! 4,365 Views. Cleveland Institute of Music was live. February 6 at 4:56 PM ·. Faculty Recital 2-6-19: Tonight’s faculty recital features violinist Ilya Kaler and guest pianist Beilin Han. Enjoy works by Hindemith, Beethoven, Falla, Gershwin and Ysaÿe.
Kaler was formerly Professor of Violin at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, Indiana University School of Music in Bloomington, Indiana, and as of 2017 is Professor of Violin at DePaul University School of Music in Chicago, Illinois. He has adjudicated several violin competitions around the world including the International Tchaikovksy Competition. Since 2007, Kaler has performed with cellist Amit Peled and pianist Alon Goldstein as the Tempest Trio both in the concert hall and in the recording studio. Kaler has made many recordings (see Discography).
Ilya Kaler, violin Russian Philharmonic Orchestra and Gnesin Academy Chorus Thomas Sanderling, conductor. Bach Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin 2008. Brahms & Schumann Violin Concertos 2008. Ilya Kaler, violin Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Inkinen, Pietari, conductor. Szymanowski Violin Concertos Nos. 1 and 2, Nocturne and Tarantella 2007. Ilya Kaler, violin Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Antoni Wit, conductor. Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto and Souvenir d'un lieu cher 2007
Barkauskas, Hindemith, Martinon, Provofiev, Ysaÿe Booklet. Ilya Kaler v. CD. Ongaku, 1995. The Literature of Chamber Music Volume 2. Chapel Hill, . The Six Sonatas for Unaccompanied Violin and Musical Legacy of Eugène Ysaÿe. The Sextets by Brahms.
Joining the CIM faculty in 2018-2019, Ilya Kaler is considered to be one of the most outstanding personalities of the violin today. He is the only violinist to win the Gold Medal at the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (1986), the Sibelius Competition in Helsinki (1985), and the Paganini Competition in Genoa (1981). He has been described as a "magician, bewitching our ears" by Gramophone for his hauntingly beautiful sound, flawless command of the instrument and mesmerizing phrasing
|–Eugène Ysaÿe||Sonata For Violin Solo, Op. 27 No. 2|
|3||–||3. Danse Des Ombres||4:14|
|4||–||4. Les Furies||2:42|
|–Paul Hindemith||Sonata For Violin Solo, Op. 31 No. 1|
|5||–||1. Sehr Lebhafte Achtel||1:54|
|6||–||2. Sehr Langsame Viertel||4:48|
|7||–||3. Sehr Lebhafte Viertel||1:56|
|8||–||4. Intermezzo, Lied: Ruhig Bewegte Achtel||3:11|
|–Paul Hindemith||Sonata For Violin Solo, Op. 31 No. 2|
|10||–||1. Leicht Bewegte Viertel||2:46|
|11||–||2. Ruhig Bewegte Achtel||2:55|
|12||–||3. Gemachliche Viertel||1:20|
|13||–||4. Funf Variationen Uber Das Lied "Komm, Lieber Mai" Von Mozart||3:55|
|–Sergei Prokofiev||Sonata For Violin Solo, Op. 115|
|15||–||2. Theme And Variations||3:36|
|16||–||3. Con Brio||3:38|
|–Jean Martinon||Sonatina No 5 For Violin Solo Op. 32 No. 1|
|17||–||1. Allegro Espressivo||4:02|
|–Vytautas Barkauskas||Partita For Violin Solo|
- Violin – Ilya Kaler