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Alexander Sebald - Devil's Trill Sonata album flac Performer: Alexander Sebald
Title: Devil's Trill Sonata
Released: 1929
MP3 album: 1640 mb
FLAC album: 1999 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: ASF AC3 MMF MP4 VQF MP1 VOC
Genre: Classical

A and B: Alexander Sebald played on the Tauscher violin (violin solo).

A and B: Alexander Sebald played on the Tauscher violin (violin solo).

The Violin Sonata in G minor, B., more familiarly known as the Devil's Trill Sonata (Italian: Il trillo del diavolo), is a work for solo violin (with figured bass accompaniment) by Giuseppe Tartini (1692–1770). It is the composer's best-known composition, notable for its technically difficult passages. A typical performance lasts 15 minutes

On this album, for some unknown (and unnecessary) reason, the sonata is performed in an orchestrated version. The three movements of the piece are not separated onto their own tracks, which can be a little annoying. Performed by violinist Sergei Krylov, the playing here is the exact opposite of Nikolitch. Rather than being a little dull, Krylov's is excessively aggressive and vertical. Although he has a thorough command of technique and easily delivers on the demands of the "Devil's Trill" third movement, a little less overt showiness would have been welcomed.

Violin – Alexander Sebald Written-By – Tartini. A and B: Alexander Sebald played on the Tauscher violin (violin solo). Related Music albums to Devil's Trill Sonata - Part I, Devil's Trill Sonata - Part II by Alexander Sebald. Parson - Still Trill EP. Electronic. Re-Mixed By The Devil - The Best Of (Part 1). Tchaikovsky, Tartini, Charles Munch, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Henryk Szeryng - Violin Concerto In D - "Devil's Trill" Sonata.

The Devil's Trill Sonata. For Solo (instrumental or vocal part). The piece I then composed is without a doubt my best, and I still call it "The Devil's Sonata,"but it falls so short of the one that stunned me that I would have smashed my violin and given up music forever if I could but have possessed i. -Giuseppe Tartini.

This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/172 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Vivaldi: The Four Seasons, Tartini: The Devil's Trill, Leclair: Tambourin Sonata. 1. Violin Sonata "Il trillo del diavolo" in G minor, . 5: I. Larghetto. 5: II. Allegro energico.

The story behind "Devil's Trill" starts with a dream. Tartini allegedly told the French astronomer Jérôme Lalande that he dreamed that The Devil appeared to him and asked to be his servant. At the end of their lessons Tartini handed the devil his violin to test his skill-the devil immediately began to play with such virtuosity that Tartini felt his breath taken away. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.

Listen to The Original Four Seasons And The Devil's Trill Sonata by Vanessa-Mae on Deezer. The Original Four Seasons And The Devil's Trill Sonata. Vanessa-Mae 09-11-1998.

Tracklist

A Devil's Trill Sonata - Part I
B Devil's Trill Sonata - Part II

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company

Credits

  • Violin – Alexander Sebald
  • Written-By – Tartini*

Notes

A and B: Alexander Sebald played on the Tauscher violin (violin solo)