THOMAS DE HARTMANN (1885-1956): Chamber Music - Violin Sonata, Op. 51, La Kobsa “2 musiques de vielleurs Ukrainiens for Cello and Piano, Hommage à Borodine “Sérénade-badinage” for Violin and Piano, Feuillet d’un vieil album for Violin and Piano, Fantasie - Concerto for Double Bass and Orchestra, Chanson sentimentale for Cello and Piano, 2 pleureuses for Cello and Piano, Koladky for Saxophone Quartet, Op. 60, Cello Sonata, Op. 63, Menuet fantastique for Violin and Piano, Op. 66, 4 Dances from Esther for Violin and Piano, Op. 76, Trio for Flute, Violin and Piano “Quasi Variation”, Op. 75.
Catalogue Number: 04W043
Description: From service in the tsarist army, Hartmann and his wife escaped to the Caucasus during the revolution and then moved to Constantinople, Berlin, Paris and then to New York (Gurdjieff part of the traveling party all the way). Hartmann composed all the while, even writing music for films in Paris when in financial straits. 2 CDs. Katharina Naomi Paul, Natalia Gabunia, Joris van Rijn (violin), Anneke Janssen (cello), Quirijn van Regteren Altena (double bass), Amstel Quartet, Ingrid Geerlings (flute), Elan Sicroff (piano).