Through the Centuries (Annette-Barbara Vogel, Daniel Sweaney)

Through the Centuries (Annette-Barbara Vogel, Daniel Sweaney)


Collection of duos for violin and viola, drawn from repertoire covering about two centuries, performed by violinist Annette-Barbara Vogel and violist Daniel Sweaney. 

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Gramophone Magazine has lauded "Vogel's perfect intonation" and Classical CD Review wrote: "Annette-Barbara Vogel is about the most ideal exponent a composer could hope for." Considered one of the finest German violinists of her generation, she is renowned for "...authoritative and highly sensitive performances" (Music Web Internationa), and a "formidable technique, stunning musicality, and stage presence that transmits to orchestra and audience alike." (Brahms Concerto, Wuppertaler Zeitung).

Daniel Sweaney made his New York debut in Avery Fisher Hall at the 1999 Mostly Mozart Festival performing with world renowned violinist Itzhak Perlman. He has won many prizes and performed across the globe. Sweaney is currently on the faculty of the University of Alabama.

Works on This Recording

Duo for Violin and Viola by László Weiner

Duets (12) for Violin and Viola, Op. 60: Excerpt(s) by Robert Fuchs

Divertimento for Violin and Viola, Op. 90 no 3 by Hans Gál

Two-Part Invention no 8 in F major, BWV 779 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Two-Part Invention no 4 in D minor, BWV 775 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Two-Part Invention no 13 in A minor, BWV 784 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Two-Part Invention no 1 in C major, BWV 772 by Johann Sebastian Bach

Grand Duo for Violin and Viola, Op. 69 no 1 by Ignace Joseph Pleyel