Pablo Sarasate was born in Pamplona , Navarre , the son of an artillery bandmaster. Apparently, after seeing his father struggle with a passage for a long time, he picked up the violin and played it perfectly. He began studying the violin with his father at the age of five and later took lessons from a local teacher. Later, as his abilities developed, he was sent to study under Jean-Delphin Alard at the Paris Conservatoire at the age of twelve. There, at seventeen, Sarasate entered a competition for the Premier Prix and won his first prize, the Conservatoire's highest honor.

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Responding to the same call from the publishing firm of N. The first book, Op. Like most of Sarasate 's short pieces, these are salon music at its most suave and disarming, filled in equal parts with ravishing Spanish melody and intricate virtuoso elaboration.

The deep, relaxed melody that opens the A section is shoved aside by a foot stomping passage, un poco meno lento, in which the pianist is offered an inimitably folkish tune while the violinist shoots off with some elaborate pizzicati. The central portion is like a miniature theme and variations or, more properly, variation -- there is just one elaboration of the new thought.

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Genre Chamber Music Classical. Period Romantic. Comp Date Avg Duration Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Complete Excerpt. Ruggiero Ricci plays Sarasate. Ruggiero Ricci. Yehudi Menuhin. Warner Classics. James Ehnes in Recital. James Ehnes. The Art of Yulian Sitkovetsky, Vol. Julian Sitkovetsky. The Great Violinists, Vol. Wieniawski, Sarasate. Edvin Csury. Gypsy Airs. Miron Polyakin. Sarasate: Violin Favorites. Charles Castleman.

Henri Temianka: The Parlophone Recordings, Henri Temianka. Biddulph Recordings. Aaron Rosand Plays Sarasate. Aaron Rosand. Homage to Pablo de Sarasate. Sarasate by Kaplan. Mark Kaplan. The Heifetz Collection. Jascha Heifetz. Ruggiero Ricci plays Sarasate Ruggiero Ricci. Warner Classics Hungaroton HCD Decca James Ehnes in Recital James Ehnes. Musica Viva Naxos Artek Symposium CBC Records Hungaroton Gypsy Airs Miron Polyakin. Sarasate: Violin Favorites Charles Castleman.

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