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Kodály, Kurtág, Veress
Sonates pour violoncelle et piano
György Kurtág
1. Jelek II op.5b,1 Agitato (0'58)
2. Jelek II op.5b, 2 Giusto, vivo (0'58)
3. Amyak Presto (0'45)

Zoltán Kodály (1882-1967)
Sonata for solo cello op.8
4. Allegro maestoso ma appassionato (8'54)
5. Adagio (ma grand'espressione) (12'22)
6. Allegro molto vivace (11'13)

7. Sonatina for cello and piano (7'43)

György Kurtág
8. Az hit Parlando, rubato, con slancio (1'39)
9. Pilinszky Janos : Gérard de Nerval Largamento (1'20)
10. In memoriam Aczél György Largo, desolato (1'01)

Sandor Veress (1907-1992)
Sonata for solo cello
11. Dialogo Allegro moderato (6'42)
12. Monologo Larghetto (3'54)
13. Epilogo Allegro sconfinato (2'46)

György Kurtág
14. Adagio for cello and piano (8'51)
Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello
Alexandre Tharaud, piano
1 CD 1h 09mn 56s / 2011


Kodály, Kurtág and Veress are three of the five great names of modern Hungarian music, alongside Bartók and Ligeti. And this recording provides a representative survey of their output, from the "spiritual father" Zoltán Kodály (whose famous Sonata for solo cello reaches the highest level of liberty and inspiration, without ever repudiating its origins) ti his more recent successors.

This tittle was relaesed for the first time in 2001.

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