Vilde Frang & Herbert Schuch
Oh, how beautiful it is to sing on a violin! Vilde Frang, who already opened the Heidelberger Frühling 2014, is accompanied by Herbert Schuch. In Brahms' warm, heartfelt first violin sonata, she intones two of the composer's »Rain Songs«, while in the middle of Schubert's C major Fantasy are virtuoso variations on the melody of the love song »Sei mir gegrüßt«. Bartók's more avant-garde first sonata takes a decidedly different approach: form and tonality dissolve, the voices of violin and piano become independent. Singing becomes free rhapsody, the playing leads into furious dance.
Concert with intermission
Podcast with pianist Herbert Schuch (in German).
In cooperation with the University of Heidelberg
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Vilde Frang Violin
Herbert Schuch Piano
Johannes Brahms Violinsonate Nr. 1 G-Dur op. 78
Franz Schubert Fantasie für Violine und Klavier C-Dur
Béla Bartók Violinsonate Nr. 1 op. 21