Szymanowski: Violin Sonata in D minor op.9, Berceuse d’Aïtacho Enia op.52, Mythes op.30, Romance op.23, Notturno and Tarantella op.28, Roxana’s Song from King Roger (transcr. Kochanski)


The performances on this recording are an accurate reflection of the music. At best, they are full of subtle colour and strange, sometimes unsettling atmosphere. Miriam Kramer and Nicholas Durcan are both very good in the Mythes, weaving eerie magic from Szymanowski’s inventive writing for both instruments. The third piece, ...

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