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Stravinsky & Prokofiev

Patricia Kopatchinskaja, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Vladimir Jurowski

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Violin Concerto in D Major  
1
I. Toccata
Igor Stravinsky; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
5:30
2
II. Aria I
Igor Stravinsky; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
4:18
3
III. Aria II
Igor Stravinsky; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
4:58
4
IV. Capriccio
Igor Stravinsky; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
5:54
5
IV. Cadenza
Igor Stravinsky; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
2:53
Violin Concerto No. 2 in G Minor, Op. 63  
6
I. Allegro moderato
Sergey Prokofiev; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
11:12
7
II. Andante assai
Sergey Prokofiev; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
10:06
8
III. Allegro, ben marcato
Sergey Prokofiev; Patricia Kopatchinskaja; London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski
6:14
Total Playing Time    51:05
"Editor's Choice. One feels that with every phrase she has succeeded in making the (Prokofiev) concerto her own. Not to be missed."
- Gramophone

"Once again Kopatchinskaja impresses both in her incisive musicianship and remarkable virtuosity ... the LPO and Jurowski contribute much to a great success ... this is a release of real quality ..."
- ClassicalSource.com

"From the start, it is clear that there is a lot more to her than glittering technical accomplishment. That quality is present in spadefuls, but is simply used to back up a truly outstanding imagination. There is a sense of discovery, of spontaneous recreation of these two masterpieces. Totally stylish yet wholly new; great playing and a truly outstanding issue."
- MusicWeb International

This album from Patricia Kopatchinskaja is dedicated to the violin concertos of two great Russian composers of the 20th century: Stravinsky and Prokofiev. Recorded with the London Philharmonic Orchestra under Vladimir Jurowski, the album offers intense, exhilarating, ardent performances, as usual with Kopatchinskaja. The two violin concertos coupled on this 2013 release display as many affinities as they do divergences. Both stem from creators in conflict with their native Russia: one choosing to return there, the other settling permanently in exile. If Prokofiev preserves the traditional bases of the concerto, he combines them with a search for a new lyricism. As for Stravinsky, he reworks tried and trusted models while offering a deliberately neutral, distanced expressivity.
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