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Violin Sonatas 2, 4, and 9

Violin Sonatas 2, 4, and 9

The introduction to Antje Weithaas’ recording of all of Beethoven’s violin sonatas with Dénes Várjon sounds lively and yet delicately polished.

Antje Weithaas and Dénes Várjon want to record all of Beethoven’s violin sonatas in three parts. The first throw is indeed truly captivating: in Sonata No. 2 playful, still parodying Mozart, Weithaas and Várjon quickly throwing balls at each other, Temptations Channeled. Overall: all the accents, beats, and changes in dynamics are incredibly accurate. This also applies to the other pieces: of Sonata No. 4 with its turbulent, nervous passages and sensitive withdrawals as well as of the “Kreutzer” Sonata, which pushes boundaries with its manic spirits. It comes to a head here in an intense crescendo. Lively yet everything is finely ground and sharp. Ingenuity here produces almost tangentially.

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Beethoven: Violin Sonatas Nos. 2, 4, and 9

Antje Weithaas (violin), Dénés Várjon (piano)

German violinist Antje Weitas was born in 1966 in Gubin, Brandenburg, on the border with Poland. She discovered the violin for herself at the age of four and continued her studies at the Hochschule für …

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