7 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With buckets of personality and a trailblazing approach to everything she does, Patricia Kopatchinskaja once again opens our ears to her chosen music’s originality. Written for Jelly d’Arányi and Ginette Neveu, these works give their two great players plenty of scope to embrace a huge emotional and technical range. “PatKop” plays the Bartók Second Sonata magnificently, the atmosphere crackles with barely concealed danger, and she gives us a Poulenc sonata of seductive charm. Polina Leschenko is a fearless partner and soloist in Dohnányi’s delightful Coppélia waltz.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With buckets of personality and a trailblazing approach to everything she does, Patricia Kopatchinskaja once again opens our ears to her chosen music’s originality. Written for Jelly d’Arányi and Ginette Neveu, these works give their two great players plenty of scope to embrace a huge emotional and technical range. “PatKop” plays the Bartók Second Sonata magnificently, the atmosphere crackles with barely concealed danger, and she gives us a Poulenc sonata of seductive charm. Polina Leschenko is a fearless partner and soloist in Dohnányi’s delightful Coppélia waltz.

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