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Fantaisie Sur Un Theme De Luci

Khitruk; Kopelman , Saint-Lubin Leon De Audio CD

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Inspired by Paganini to perfect his skills as a violinist, Leon de Saint-Lubin enjoyed a highly successful career in Vienna, where Beethoven wrote a cadenza especially for him, and in Berlin, where he presented luminaries such as Liszt, Mendelssohn and

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Grand Duo Concertant op.49 - Fantaisie sur un thème de Lucia di Lammermoor op.46 - Thème original et Etude de S. Thalberg op.45 - Adagio religioso op.44... / Anastasia Khitruk, violon - Elizaveta Kopelman, piano

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5.0 out of 5 stars Notable artist and composer July 21 2013
By W. Parker - Published on Amazon.com
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I was really surprised that Anastasia Khitruk's fine albums have received little attention in Amazon reviews. This one is a long overdue exploration of the violin and piano music of Leon de Saint-Lubin, an early 19th Century violinist in Vienna where he played works by famous composers of the time including Beethoven. The major work on this cd is the Grand Duo Concertant which demonstrates skillful virtuosity, as do the other selections. I found this a surprisingly listenable album which I have returned to often in the year or two that I've had it. I have also enjoyed three of Khitruk's other albums which include works by Khandoshkin and Rozsa on Naxos and Colina on Fleur de Son Classics.

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