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Chamber Music
  • Performer:
    Gwendolyn Masin
  • Title:
    Origin
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Chamber Music
  • Date of release:
    June 1, 2016
  • Recording date:
    March 14, 2016 - March 20, 2016
  • Duration:
    47:53
  • Recording location:
    Phoenix Studio, Diósd, Hungary
  • Size FLAC version
    1634 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1451 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1933 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
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    223
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Gwendolyn Masin, International Violinist, Founder and Artistic Director of GAIA Music Festival Switzerland, Author of Michalea's Music House and Teacher. The violinist pays tribute to her multicultural background on the album, calling attention to the musical traditions of Central and Eastern Europe and their connection and influence within the ever-changing world of classical music and traditional folk pieces.

Album · 2016 · 15 Songs. By Maurice Ravel - Gwendolyn Masin, Dorottya Ilosfai, Priyanka Ravanelli, Léa Valentin, Gábor Csonka, Roman Osechinski, Martin Moriarty, Patrick Moriarty, Iván Sztankov & Miklós Lukács. 12. Zigeunerweisen, Op. 20. By Pablo de Sarasate - Gwendolyn Masin, Dorottya Ilosfai, Priyanka Ravanelli, Léa Valentin, Martin Moriarty, Patrick Moriarty, Iván Sztankov & Miklós Lukács. By Fritz Kreisler - Gwendolyn Masin, Dorottya Ilosfai, Priyanka Ravanelli, Léa Valentin, Martin Moriarty, Patrick Moriarty & Iván Sztankov.

Gwendolyn Masin (born 17 November 1977) is a violinist. Born in Amsterdam, Gwendolyn Masin is the descendant of a long line of professional musicians from Central and Eastern Europe. Masin began to play the piano at the age of 3. She took up the violin at the age of 5 and within her initial year of schooling, gave her first public performance in the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest.

Gwendolyn Masin is one of today‘s significant concert violinists. She is celebrated for setting first-rate standards in concert performance with her technically superior, refined, intensive and richly contrasting expression (Der Bund). Gwendolyn Masin is one of today‘s significant concert violinists.

Gwendolyn Masin is one of today's significant concert violinists. What a day - Spiegelzaal, Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam with ORIGIN live this morning. This evening: Podium Witteman. Gezellig! 61. 1. Gwendolyn Masin's ORIGIN play Bloch's Nigun, Baal Shem Suite. 39. 2. Gwendolyn Masin's ORIGIN op De Klassieken, NPO Radio 4: "Jealousy" by Jacob Gade. Gwendolyn Masin is with Anna ThaVictorian and 6 others. June 5 at 3:33 AM ·. Through the eyes of a child .Gwendolyn Masin is with Gwendolyn Masin.

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Gwendolyn steers these works out of their oblivion to commemorate the origin of their creation and her own history, and to look forward, to create new roots, to imagine a world of music which future generations can call their own. TRACKLIST. 01. Danse macabre, Op. 40 (arr. R. Deane for chamber ensemble) - Gwendolyn Masin 02. La Vida Breve, G. 39: La vida breve, Act II: Danse espagnole No. 1 (arr. Deane for chamber ensemble) - Gwendolyn Masin 03. Baal Shem: Baal shem: II. Nigun (arr. Deane for chamber ensemble) - Gwendolyn Masin 04. Bartok Impressions (after Bela Bartok's Roman nepi.

Credits

Béla Bartók - Composer, Original Material
Ernest Bloch - Composer
János Bohus - Engineer
Adám Boros - Editing
Gábor Csonka - Violin
Raymond Deane - Arranger, Editing
Grigoras Dinicu - Composer
Manuel de Falla - Composer
Jascha Heifetz - Composer
Dorottya Ilosfai - Violin
Fritz Kreisler - Composer
Ariana Lombardi - Liner Notes
Miklós Lukács - Cimbalom, Composer, Editing, Primary Artist
Gwendolyn Masin - Editing, Executive Producer, Primary Artist, Violin
Martin Moriarty - Viola
Patrick Moriarty - Cello
Botond Nagy - Photography
Solange Oppliger - Design
Roman Osechinski - Violin
Priyanka Ravanelli - Violin
Maurice Ravel - Composer
Pablo de Sarasate - Composer
Beat Schweizer - Photography
Ivan Sztankov - Bass, Double Bass
Ibolya Toth - Recording Producer
Léa Valentin - Violin
Miklós Váli - Director
David Walter - Arranger
Arthur Willner - Arranger

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Danse Espagnole (from "La Vida Breve") Manuel de Falla Gwendolyn Masin 3:35
Baal Shem (Three Pictures of Chassidic Life)
2 Nigun (Improvisation) Ernest Bloch Gwendolyn Masin 6:35
3 Bartók Impressions (Based on Romanian Dances, Sz. 68 by Béla Bartók) Miklós Lukács Gwendolyn Masin feat: Miklós Lukács 5:11
Romanian Dances, Sz. 68
4 I. Bot Tánc / Jocul Cu Bâtă / Stick Dance Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 1:17
5 II. Brâul / Sash Dance Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 0:27
6 III. Topogó / Pe Loc / In One Spot Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 0:54
7 IV. Bucsumí Tánc / Buciumeana / Dance from Bucsum Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 1:13
8 V. Román Polka / Poarga Românească / Romanian Polka Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 0:31
9 VI. Aprózó / Mărunţel / Fast Dance Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 0:15
10 VII. Aprózó / Mărunţel / Fast Dance Béla Bartók Gwendolyn Masin 0:49
11 Tzigane, Rhapsodie de Concert Maurice Ravel Gwendolyn Masin 10:41
12 Zigeunerweisen, Opus 20 Pablo de Sarasate Gwendolyn Masin 8:15
13 La Gitana Fritz Kreisler Gwendolyn Masin 2:55
14 Pièce en Forme de Habanera Maurice Ravel Gwendolyn Masin 2:33
15 Hora Staccato Grigoras Dinicu / Jascha Heifetz Gwendolyn Masin 2:42