- Performer:David Nadien
- Title:David Nadien plays Franck, Debussy, Fauré, Rachmaninov & Prokofiev
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Sonata for Violin and Piano. Sonata for two Violins, Op.
David Nadien plays Franck, Debussy, Fauré, Rachmaninov & Prokofiev. 3. Recitativo - Fantasia. 4. Allegretto poco mosso. Sonata for Violin and Piano.
David Nadien (March 12, 1926 – May 28, 2014) was an American violinist and violin teacher. He was concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic from 1966 to 1970. His playing style has been compared to that of Jascha Heifetz. David Nadien was born in Brooklyn, New York, on March 12, 1926, the son of Armenian-American George and Bertha Nadien. He started learning violin with his father, then entered the Mannes School of Music; he also studied at the Juilliard School.
David Nadien Plays Franck, Debussy, Fauré,, and Prokofiev. David Nadien Plays Brahms. The Legendary Violinist David Nadien: The memorable 1973 Town Hall Recital. The Legendary Violinist David Nadien, Vol. 4: The Celebrated Live Concerto Performances. Listen to The Legendary Violinist David Nadien in Live Recordings of Concertos by Beethoven & Mendelssohn now. Listen to The Legendary Violinist David Nadien in Live Recordings of Concertos by Beethoven & Mendelssohn in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
David Nadien played violin in a studio session in 1968 for an educat. I wrote, arranged, and conducted my own music. When Stanley Krell, my contractor and percussionist, told me he hired Nadien for the session, I rewrote the violin part. I made it more difficult which was the way I originally wanted to. I knew that David Nadien was the only violinist I knew who could cut it. He told me after the session that a lesser violinist couldn't play what I wrote.
Allegretto Poco Mosso. Composed By – Claude Debussy. Composed By – Gabriel Fauré. Piano – David Hancock. Violin – David Nadien. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
David Nadien was born in Brooklyn, New York, on March 12, 1926, the son of Armenian-American George and Bertha Nadien. His teachers included Adolfo Betti, Demetrius Constantine Dounis, Adolf Busch and Ivan Galamian. Prokofiev, Sonata for 2 violins O. 6 -- (Ruggiero Ricci, violin I; David Nadien, violin II - LP 33rpm, Decca DL710177 - 1970).
David Nadien has developed into a musical giant. He demonstrated that when he played Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto with elegance and grace, a tone pure and silken, and a technique that was a marvel of dizzying leaps and lightening runs. During the long ovation that followed, conductor Leonard Bernstein embraced Nadien. KREISLER: Recitative and Scherzo, O. KREISLER: Schön Rosmarin. CD 117 David Nadien, Violin Plays Romantic and Virtuosic Music, Vol. 2. Hungarian State Opera Orchestra Rudolph von Eltz, Conductor Boris Barere, Piano (tracks 5-13, 15) David Hancock, Piano (track 14) Samuel Sanders, Piano (track 16) Including Live Performances of works by Bruch, Sarasate and Kreisler.
CreditsAbba Bogin - Piano
Claude Debussy - Composer
Gabriel Fauré - Composer
César Franck - Composer
David Hancock - Piano
Jascha Heifetz - Transcription
David Nadien - Primary Artist, Violin
Sergey Prokofiev - Composer
Sergey Rachmaninov - Composer
Ruggiero Ricci - Violin
|Sonata for Piano and Violin in A Major|
|1||Allegretto moderato César Franck||David Nadien||4:54|
|2||Allegro César Franck||David Nadien||7:12|
|3||Recitativo - Fantasia César Franck||David Nadien||6:19|
|4||Allegretto poco mosso César Franck||David Nadien||5:23|
|Sonata for Violin and Piano|
|5||Allegro vivo Claude Debussy||David Nadien||4:07|
|6||Intermède Claude Debussy||David Nadien||3:39|
|7||Finale Claude Debussy||David Nadien||3:44|
|8||Berceuse Gabriel Fauré||David Nadien||2:57|
|9||Daisies Sergey Rachmaninov||David Nadien||2:56|
|Sonata for two Violins, Op. 56|
|10||Andante cantabile Sergey Prokofiev||David Nadien||2:43|
|11||Allegro Sergey Prokofiev||David Nadien||2:43|
|12||Commodo Sergey Prokofiev||David Nadien||3:22|
|13||Allegro con brio Sergey Prokofiev||David Nadien||4:45|