L. Weiner: Violin Sonatas no.1 in D major op.9 & no.2 in F sharp minor op.11, Pereg Recruiting Dance, Wedding Dance, Three Hungarian Folk Dances, Twenty Easy Little Pieces


Compared to the other great composers – Bartók, Kodály, Dohnányi – who taught at the Franz Liszt Academy, Budapest, early in the last century, Leó Weiner (1885–1960) is largely neglected. His violin sonatas, from 1911 and 1918, are typical late-Romantic fare and we hardly need a replacement for the excellent ...

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