- Performer:Ariadne Daskalakis
- Title:Violino Arioso
- Style:Chamber Music
- Date of release:2000
- Size FLAC version1609 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1352 megabytes
- Size WMA version1536 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 MOD APE AUD AU MP2
Ariadne Daskalakis Violin. CD: 1 Tracks: 15 Length: 1:08:39. Tartini: Violin Concertos. Cologne Chamber Orchestra. Naxos featured album.
Violin soloist Ariadne Daskalakis is critically acclaimed for her expressive sound and her stylistic versatility. Violin soloist Ariadne Daskalakis is critically acclaimed for her expressive sound and her stylistic versatility. At home on the international stage, she has performed in venues ranging from Boston's Jordan Hall and Gardner Museum to the Gulbenkian Center in Lisbon, the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris, the Rudolfinum Prague, the Cologne Philharmonic Hall, the Dortmund Konzerthaus, the Munich Herkules Hall and the Berlin Philharmonic Chamber Music Hall.
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Ariadne Daskalakis, Helene Lerch, Gabriella Strümpel Tudor Recording AG (Zurich, Switzerland), 2000. Catalog Number Tudor 7041. This program begins with light-hearted Baroque dance-music and culminates in the fulminant d minor Partita of J. S. Bach.
Lutoslawski: Recitativo e arioso. Szymanowski: Myths, O. 0 - N. The Fountains of Arethusa.
The flexibility and warmth of her tone are celebrated internationally by audiences and critics alike.
By Ariadne Daskalakis. 1. Recitative e arioso - Witold Lutosławski, Miri Yampolsky.
Daskalakis is a unique performer of both baroque and modern violin. Her recent releases of the Rosary Sonatas by . Biber and Concertos by Kalliwoda received great critical acclaim. tour, Daskalakis is joined by her New York colleagues and leaders in the field of early music – Arthur Haas, harpsichord, and Martha McGaughey, viola da gamba. Their program presents some lesser-known gems of the Baroque era by Buxtehude and Böhm. The American violinist of Greek descent studied in Germany, where she currently resides. Ariadne is one of the finest performers of Baroque violin literature. Her artistry is immediately evident in the colorful and vibrant blooms of tone that project from her instrument. We are extremely excited to offer this event for our community, stated Dr. Tim Crist, professor of music and chair of the Lecture-Concert Committee at A-State.
CreditsRudolf Anslinger - Recording Supervision
Oswald Beaujean - Producer
Auguste Sébastien Philippe Bernardel - Instrument Design
Ariadne Daskalakis - Interviewee, Primary Artist, Violin
Pavel Gillík - Recording Supervision
Wadek Glowacz - Producer
G.B. Guadagnini - Instrument Design
Karl Haffner - Engineer
Huber - Photography
Pierre Hugli - Liner Notes
Helene Lerch - Harpsichord
Frank Niemetz - Photography
Giovanni Antonio Pellegrini - Cover Art
Gabriella Strümpel - Cello
Lotte Thaler - Interviewer, Producer
Bernhard von Tucher - Instrument Design
Anette Unger - Liner Note Translation
|1||Bizzarie all'imor Scozzeze (Ground after the Scotch Humour)||Ariadne Daskalakis||2:05|
|2||Ground in D, la sol re per fa la mano (from Ayres for the Violin)||Ariadne Daskalakis||2:50|
|Sonata violino solo representativa (Representatio Avium), for violin & continuo in A major, C. 146 (B. IV 184)|
|4||Nachtigal - Cu Cu - Fresch - Adagio - Die Henn, Der Hann - Die Wachtel - Die Katz||Ariadne Daskalakis||5:37|
|5||Musquetir Mars||Ariadne Daskalakis||1:26|
|7||Ground in E major||Ariadne Daskalakis||4:06|
|8||Aria amorosa||Ariadne Daskalakis||4:31|
|9||John come kiss me now||Ariadne Daskalakis||4:55|
|10||Sonata for violin & continuo in D minor ("La Follia"), Op.5/12||Ariadne Daskalakis||11:32|
|Partita for solo violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004|