Toccata Classics
Disc No: TOCC 0089
Price: Sek. 81
Name: Hartmann - Miniatures
  for violine and Piano


Arthur Hartmann (1881–1956) was a Philadelphia-born violinist and composer – though he claimed he came from Hungary – whose Kreisler-like salon miniatures for violin and piano were once the toast of violinists everywhere. He was also a close friend of Debussy, a number of whose piano pieces he transcribed, performing them in Paris with the composer. This first recording of Hartmann’s charming pieces restores a forgotten but immediately attractive corner of the violin repertoire.
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ComposerOpusMusicKey Performer
Hartmann, Arthur (1881–1956)   L'Amour: Valse bluette   Solomia Soroka, violin
Arthur Greene, piano
Hartmann, Arthur   A Negro Croon  
Hartmann, Arthur   Autumn in Hungary: Romance  
Hartmann, Arthur   Nyiregyházi Emlék: Csardas  
Hartmann, Arthur   Szomorúság (Tristesse): Rhapsodische Skizze  
Hartmann, Arthur   Caprice  
Hartmann, Arthur   Valse  
Hartmann, Arthur   Danse Grotesque  
Hartmann, Arthur   Kossuth Lajos  
Hartmann, Arthur   Bogdan...  
Hartmann, Arthur   Esprit de Ravioli Polah... (Souvenir d’une Soirée inoubliable)  
Hartmann, Arthur   Prayer  
Hartmann, Arthur   La Tzigane  
Hartmann, Arthur   La Coquette: Valse Intermezzo  
Hartmann, Arthur   Tauga: A Bulgarian Sketch  
Hartmann, Arthur   A Cradle Song  
Debussy, Claude   Beau Soir (trans. Hartmann)  
Debussy, Claude   La fille aux cheveux de lin (trans. Hartmann)  
Debussy, Claude   Il pleure dans mon cśur (trans. Hartmann)  
MacDowell, Edward (1860-1908)   To a Wild Rose (trans. Hartmann)  

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