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24 Capriccios Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 2 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000001GCT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)

1. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Andante In E major
2. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Moderato In B minor
3. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Sostenuto - Presto - Sostenuto In E minor
4. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Maestoso In C minor
5. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Agitato In A minor
6. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Lento In G minor
7. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Posato In A minor
8. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Maestoso In E Flat Major
9. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Allegretto In E Major
10. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Vivace In G Minor
11. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Andante - Presto - Tempo I In C Major
12. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Allegro In A Flat Major
13. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Allegro In B Flat Major
14. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Moderato In E Flat Major
15. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Posato In E Minor
16. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Presto In G Minor
17. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Sostenuto - Andante In E Flat Major
18. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Corrente In C Major
19. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Lento - Allegro Assai In E Flat Major
20. 24 Capricci per violino solo, Op. 1: Allegretto In D Major
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By Matt on June 12 2004
Format: Audio CD
I have to say this recording by Accardo is very dissapointing. Allthough there are a few bright spots in this recording, I believe that his bad spots outweigh his good ones. I bought this CD because I had heard that this was a masterfull interpretation and recording. Well, truth is, you do not have to get far in the CD to notice the glaring mistakes/wierd interpretation. Caprice No. 3 is a perfect example. I had heard that Accardo had splendid octave trilling. Not quite so. When the theme is stated an octave up, starting in measure 8, he starts out okay stating the octave theme an octave up. However, once he reaches the climax of the Sostenuto, he totally screws it up. First off, he plays an UGLY F-natural (keep in mind that we are in the key of E minor-which means one sharp, that sharped note being F), and secondly he "nails" the highest note...a half step above the written C-natural. Towards the end of the Sostenuto section...he seems really really shaky on the octave trills. On the good side, his presto was actually wonderful, perfectly in tune and in coordinance with the bowings, which kind of dumbfounded me not to mention because of the prior section I could not really fully enjoy this Caprice. Next, I want to share a discretion in interpretation I personally feel. Caprice 7, one of my favorites had a GORGEOUS middle section with suspention chords in the thematical rhythm. Accardo plays this section totally detached, separating every single chord from the next. Wait a minute, just by the way it's written you can tell it is supposed to flow. That really bugged me. One more really big mistake in interpretation really bugged me, unfortunately it's a big part of the Caprice.Read more ›
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By Matias on March 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
My favorite 24 caprices performer is Frank Peter Zimmermann.
Accardo's recording is near. Nice intonation, good quality sound and not crazy tempo.
But i still recommend Zimmermann or Midori. Maybe third is Accardo and Perlman.
Ricci and Rabin are faster but have some problems in the intonation and "no reverb sound" make it worst . (Listen to Rabin caprice 3 and will understand.)
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The Accardo version, with its intonation/accuracy issues, is still, bottom line, the best in my opinion. I have the other recordigs noted in the previous reviews and I actually rank Midori's as 2nd in my book. Perlman's, to me, is very unsatisfying and sedate. I would rate Midori's higher, but Accardo has a little more spirit and understands the score's attempted musical meaning more while Midori seems to stick to the score to the point where she will break a phrase or accentuate the wrong note and have you wondering what she's thinking. Anyhoo, it's #1 in my humble opinion.
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