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The third of Jean-Marie Leclair's four books of violin sonatas displays the qualities of exquisite Italianate lyricism and French dance idioms that made the earlier works such a stylistic triumph. However, the composer's pervasive use of variation form in this book offers a new element, and the technical demands increase through continuous multiple-stopping, intricate figuration and the inclusion of rustic drones. Violinist Adrian Butterfield, who has been described by Gramophone 'as technically and musically a marvel' (Naxos 8.572866 / Violin Sonatas, Book 3, Nos.1-5and 8), is a leading exponent of Leclair's music.
The third of Jean-Marie Leclair's four books of violin sonatas displays the qualities of exquisite Italianate lyricism and French dance idioms that made the earlier works such a stylistic triumph. However, the composer's pervasive use of variation form in this book offers a new element, and the technical demands increase through continuous multiple-stopping, intricate figuration and the inclusion of rustic drones. Violinist Adrian Butterfield, who has been described by Gramophone 'as technically and musically a marvel' (Naxos 8.572866 / Violin Sonatas, Book 3, Nos.1-5and 8), is a leading exponent of Leclair's music.
747313434176

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Format: CD
Label: NAXOS
Rel. Date: 01/28/2022
UPC: 747313434176

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The third of Jean-Marie Leclair's four books of violin sonatas displays the qualities of exquisite Italianate lyricism and French dance idioms that made the earlier works such a stylistic triumph. However, the composer's pervasive use of variation form in this book offers a new element, and the technical demands increase through continuous multiple-stopping, intricate figuration and the inclusion of rustic drones. Violinist Adrian Butterfield, who has been described by Gramophone 'as technically and musically a marvel' (Naxos 8.572866 / Violin Sonatas, Book 3, Nos.1-5and 8), is a leading exponent of Leclair's music.
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