Ysaÿe's Six Sonatas for solo violin op.27


No less an authority than Carl Flesch considered Ysaÿe the ‘most outstanding and individual violinist I have heard in my life’. By his 30s, renowned composers were virtually falling over themselves to dedicate their latest works to him, including Debussy (String Quartet), Franck (Violin Sonata) and Chausson (Poème). Ysaÿe was ...

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