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Maud Powell (1867–1920) was America’s first classical music superstar: an international concert violinist of the first rank, a best-selling recording artist, a dynamo devoted to American composers and the belief that everyone deserves to experience great music performed at the highest level. A kindred spirit, celebrated American violinist Rachel Barton Pine performs music dedicated to and arranged by Maud Powell. Some of the composers you know: Chopin, Dvorak, Sibelius. Others are yours to discover: Beach, Bauer, Burleigh, and many more. Pine is among the first to perform Maud Powell’s transcriptions and music dedicated to her since Powell took the concert world by storm at the turn of the 20th century.

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Price: Sek. 82
Name: American Virtuosa:
 Tribute to Maud Powell

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ComposerOpusMusic titleKey Performer
Beach, Amy Op. 23 Romance for Violin and Piano   Rachel Barton Pine, violin
Matthew Hagle, piano
Grainger, Percy Aldridge -1914 Molly on the Shore  
Dvorák, Antonín -1880 Songs My Mother Sang (Als die alte Mutter)  
Sibelius, Jean -1898 Musette from the Orchestral Suite King Christian II  
Bauer, Marion Eugénie Op. 6 Up the Ocklawaha, Tone Picture for Violin  
Chopin, Frederic Op. 64, No. 1 Minute” Waltz  
Venth, Carl -1911 Aria  
Palmgren, Selim -1907 May Night  
Coleridge-Taylor, Samuel Op. 59, No. 10 Deep River  
Dvorák, Antonín Op. 101, No. 7 Humoreske  
Danks, H.P. -1873 Silver Threads Among the Gold (Song)  
Bellstedt, Herman Jr. -1905 Caprice on Dixie for Unaccompanied Violin  
Huss, Henry Holden (1906?) Romance  
Gilbert, Harry Mathena -1911 Marionettes (Scherzo)  
Burleigh, Cecil Op. 11 Four Rocky Mountain Sketches  
Massenet, Jules (1870-72) Twilight (Crépuscule) from Poèmes Pastorale  
Liebling, Max -1905 Fantasia on Sousa Themes  
Johnson, J. Rosamond -1917 Nobody Knows the Trouble I See (American Negro Melody)  

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