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Carmen-Fantasie

Anne-Sophie Mutter, Wiener Philharmoniker, James Levine

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1
Zigeunerweisen, Op.20
Pablo Martin De Sarasate; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
8:41
2
Legende, Op.17
Henryk Wieniawski; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
7:41
3
Sonata For Violin And Continuo In G Minor, "Il trillo del diavolo"
Giuseppe Tartini; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
16:32
4
Tzigane, M. 76
Maurice Ravel; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
10:01
Thaïs - Acte Deux  
5
Meditation
Jules Massenet; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
6:42
Carmen Fantasy, Op.25  
6
Introduction. Allegro moderato
Pablo Martin De Sarasate; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
3:22
7
1. Moderato
Pablo Martin De Sarasate; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
2:27
8
2. Lento assai
Pablo Martin De Sarasate; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
2:11
9
3. Allegro moderato
Pablo Martin De Sarasate; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
2:07
10
4. Moderato
Pablo Martin De Sarasate; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
2:31
11
Berceuse, Op.16
Gabriel Fauré; Anne-Sophie Mutter; Wiener Philharmoniker; James Levine
4:30
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:45
"It is unashamedly a fun record ... even Mutter has rarely played with such freedom and warmth, obviously enjoying these display pieces ... with James Levine and the Vienna Philharmonic providing Mutter with comparably weighty and committed accompaniment, her performance thrusts home powerfully."
- Gramophone

Grammy-winning violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter was not even 30 years old when this album was recorded in Vienna in 1992; it quickly became the biggest-selling release in Deutsche Grammophon’s history to that point. She is accompanied by the Wiener Philharmoniker under conductor James Levine on this varied recital of works by Ravel, Fauré and notably Sarasate, represented here by the title piece and Zigeunerweisen.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon Studio Masters

Recording: Vienna, Musikverein, Grosser Saal, 11/1992
Executive Producer: Roger Wright
Co-producer: Ewald Markl
Recording Producer: Werner Mayer
Tonmeister (Balance Engineers): Günter Hermanns, Ulrich Vette
Recording Engineers: Wolf-Dieter Karwatky, Reinhild Schmidt
Editing: Reinhild Schmidt
Recorded using B & W Loudspeakers
Publishers: G. Ricordi & C., Milan (Tartini); Durand & Cie, Paris (Ravel)
Cover Photo: Jörg Reichardt
Art Direction: Nikolaus Boddin

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