31 Songs, 2 Hours 6 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Thomas Zehetmair was 21 when he first recorded these astounding pieces. Since then, he has ranged freely down the centuries as solo violinist, as chamber musician, and as conductor—and his wealth of experience is brought to bear on this fresh encounter, recorded in the lovely acoustics of the priory church of St. Gerold in Austria. It’s as if we’re seated near the back of the church, perhaps hidden in shadow, as Zehetmair explores this sublime music alone, plumbing its depths and savoring its beauties just for himself. It’s like eavesdropping on a quiet mediation, and the rewards are enormous.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Thomas Zehetmair was 21 when he first recorded these astounding pieces. Since then, he has ranged freely down the centuries as solo violinist, as chamber musician, and as conductor—and his wealth of experience is brought to bear on this fresh encounter, recorded in the lovely acoustics of the priory church of St. Gerold in Austria. It’s as if we’re seated near the back of the church, perhaps hidden in shadow, as Zehetmair explores this sublime music alone, plumbing its depths and savoring its beauties just for himself. It’s like eavesdropping on a quiet mediation, and the rewards are enormous.

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