Pablo de Sarasate: Zigeunerweisen/Carmen Fantasy/Introduction & Tarantella
Famous for his fiery, forceful, and passionate playing, Spanish violinist Pablo de Sarasate (1844闂1908) was equally renowned for the sweetness and purity of his tone and his impeccable technique. His works are steeped in the colorful traditions of his native land, drawing upon Spanish airs and dances to display the depth and richness of the violin's capabilities. This practice and performance edition with a separate, removable violin part contains three of the composer's best and most challenging pieces for violin and piano: Zigeunerweisen (Gypsy Airs); Carmen Fantasy, Op. 25, based on the opera by George Bizet; and the exhilarating Introduction and Tarantella. Reproduced from authoritative editions, these works are essential to the repertoire of all serious violinists.
|Contributors||Sarasate, Pablo De (Composer)|
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