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Going Solo - Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio (viola); Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio (violin)
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  1. Fantasia, for violin No. 7 in E flat major, TWV 40:20
  2. Capriccio for solo viola, Op. 55 (Op. posth. 9)
  3. Sonata for violin solo No. 4 in E minor (dedicated to F. Kreisler), Op. 27/4
  4. Recitativo and Scherzo-Caprice, for solo violin, Op. 6
  5. Incantation, for solo violin
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  1. Fantasia, for violin No. 7 in E flat major, TWV 40:20
  2. Capriccio for solo viola, Op. 55 (Op. posth. 9)
  3. Sonata for violin solo No. 4 in E minor (dedicated to F. Kreisler), Op. 27/4
  4. Recitativo and Scherzo-Caprice, for solo violin, Op. 6
  5. Incantation, for solo violin
  6. Pibroch, for solo violin
  7. Sonata for solo violin
  8. Suite for viola solo
  9. Études tanguistiques (6), for flute solo ("Tango-Études"): Tango Etude No. 4. Lento - Meditativo
  10. Études tanguistiques (6), for flute solo ("Tango-Études"): Tango Etude No. 5. (Allegro)
  11. Études tanguistiques (6), for flute solo ("Tango-Études"): Tango Etude No. 3. Molto marcato e energico
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With such an abundance of repertoire for the solo violin, it's a curiosity why violinists seem to focus on such a narrow swath of these pieces. On her MSR Classics album, Going Solo, Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio explores some of the lesser-known repertoire not only for solo violin, but solo viola as well. Her program ranges from the early Fantasia No. 7 of Telemann to the world-premiere recording of James Winn's 2008 Pibroch for solo violin. Sant'Ambrogio's is typically straightforward and no-nonsense. There are times when a ...

Going Solo 2011, MSR Classics

UPC: 681585139721

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