GUSTAV STRUBE (1867-1953): Viola Sonata in D Minor, Berceuse, Regrets, ARTHUR FOOTE (1853-1937): Viola Sonata, Op. 78a, Melody, Op. 44a, REBECCA CLARKE (1886-1979): Morpheus.
Catalogue Number: 11W041
Reference: CRC 3833
Description: German-born, Strube was the founding conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and taught at the Peabody Conservatory while also performing for 23 years in the Boston Symphony - hence his association with Foote. His 1925 sonata and Foote’s viola version of his cello sonata (c.1912) are the main works in a program of conservative Germanic Romanticism. Lauren Hodges (viola), Jasmin Arakawa (piano).