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Louis Vierne: Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 23 - Piano Quintet in C Minor, Op. 42

Judith Ingolfsson, Vladimir Stoupel

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Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 23  
I. Allegro risoluto
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Vladimir Stoupel
II. Andante sostenuto
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Vladimir Stoupel
III. Intermezzo. Quasi vivace
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Vladimir Stoupel
IV. Largamente - Allegro agitato
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Vladimir Stoupel
Piano Quintet in C Minor, Op. 42  
I. Poco lento - Moderato
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Rebecca Li; Stefan Fehlandt; Stephan Forck; Vladimir Stoupel
II. Larghetto sostenuto
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Rebecca Li; Stefan Fehlandt; Stephan Forck; Vladimir Stoupel
III. Maestoso - Allegro molto risoluto
Louis Vierne; Judith Ingolfsson; Rebecca Li; Stefan Fehlandt; Stephan Forck; Vladimir Stoupel
Total Playing Time    75:46
“Ingolfsson draws a clear, ringing tone from her instrument, the overtones enhanced by pin-point intonation.”
- Robert Battey, The Washington Post

“Vladimir Stoupel captivates by unifying such opposing qualities as attention to detail and regard for the whole, a delicate sensitivity for sounds and fervent virtuosity.”
- Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Violinist Judith Ingolfsson and pianist Vladimir Stoupel combine their skills as soloists in the Concert-Centenaire series, a unique collaboration dedicated to composers whose lives were affected or influenced by the First World War. This second instalment honours the music of French composer Louis Vierne, whose life was marked by terrible blows of fate, but who nevertheless reached the heights of his profession. While his works are for the most part ignored today, this recording re-established Verne as a masterful composer with bold emotive capabilities.
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