The Grand Duo: Schubert Complete Sonatas Elizabeth Holowell & Erin Helyard

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2018

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
21.08.2019

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  • Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828): Duo Sonata in A Major, Op. 162, D. 574:
  • 1Duo Sonata in A Major, Op. 162, D. 574: I. Allegro moderato08:49
  • 2Duo Sonata in A Major, Op. 162, D. 574: II. Scherzo. Presto04:40
  • 3Duo Sonata in A Major, Op. 162, D. 574: III. Andantino03:53
  • 4Duo Sonata in A Major, Op. 162, D. 574: IV. Allegro vivace05:45
  • Violin Sonata in D Major, Op. 137 No. 1, D. 384:
  • 5Violin Sonata in D Major, Op. 137 No. 1, D. 384: I. Allegro molto04:29
  • 6Violin Sonata in D Major, Op. 137 No. 1, D. 384: II. Andante04:14
  • 7Violin Sonata in D Major, Op. 137 No. 1, D. 384: III. Allegro vivace04:30
  • Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 137 No. 2, D. 385:
  • 8Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 137 No. 2, D. 385: I. Allegro moderato08:37
  • 9Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 137 No. 2, D. 385: II. Andante06:09
  • 10Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 137 No. 2, D. 385: III. Menuetto. Allegro - Trio02:20
  • 11Violin Sonata in A Minor, Op. 137 No. 2, D. 385: IV. Allegro04:46
  • Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 137 No. 3, D. 408:
  • 12Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 137 No. 3, D. 408: I. Allegro giusto05:03
  • 13Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 137 No. 3, D. 408: II. Andante04:34
  • 14Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 137 No. 3, D. 408: III. Menuetto - Trio02:37
  • 15Violin Sonata in G Minor, Op. 137 No. 3, D. 408: IV. Allegro moderato05:17
  • Total Runtime01:15:43

Info zu The Grand Duo: Schubert Complete Sonatas

This album includes the complete Franz Schubert Sonatas for Violin and Piano, performed on period instruments. Elizabeth Holowell is an eminent teacher of violin and viola, chamber music and string orchestra, with extensive experience at universities and music colleges in Australasia and Britain. Her graduates are found in many major international orchestras. She was herself a student of Robert Pikler who was, in turn, taught by Hubay and by Thibaud. Elizabeth was a core member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra and has played in the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra, the William Hennessy String Quartet, and the Newcastle University Piano Trio. Erin Helyard has been acclaimed as an inspiring conductor, a virtuosic and expressive performer of the harpsichord and fortepiano, and as a lucid scholar who is passionate about promoting discourse between musicology and performance. Erin graduated in harpsichord performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with first-class honours and the University Medal. He completed his Masters in fortepiano performance and a PhD in musicology with Tom Beghin at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montreal. He was named the Westfield Concert Scholar (Cornell University) on fortepiano for 2009-2010 and from 2003 to 2012 Erin was a central member of the award-winning Ensemble Caprice (Montreal). As Artistic Director and co-founder of the celebrated Pinchgut Opera and the Orchestra of the Antipodes (Sydney) he has forged new standards of excellence in historically-informed performance in Australia.

Elizabeth Holowell, violin
Erin Helyard, fortepiano




Elizabeth Holowell
studied violin from an early age with the great Hungarian musician, Robert Pikler. She graduated Student Of The Year from the Sydney Conservatorium.

Elizabeth has established her reputation as a string teacher after many years as Head of Strings at University of Newcastle Conservatorium.

Elizabeth has recently given a number of recitals in the UK with distinguished British pianist, Richard McMahon and has done much teaching for the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, Wales.

In recent years, Elizabeth has continued her study of performance and teaching with renowned teacher, David Takeno in London.

Elizabeth is currently senior lecturer and coordinator of string studies at the University of Auckland, NZ.

Erin Helyard
has been acclaimed as an inspiring conductor, a virtuosic and expressive performer of the harpsichord and fortepiano, and as a lucid scholar who is passionate about promoting discourse between musicology and performance. Erin graduated in harpsichord performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with first-class honours and the University Medal. He completed his Masters in fortepiano performance and a PhD in musicology with Tom Beghin at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montreal. He was named the Westfield Concert Scholar (Cornell University) on fortepiano for 2009-2010 and from 2003 to 2012 Erin was a central member of the award-winning Ensemble Caprice (Montreal). As Artistic Director and co-founder of the celebrated Pinchgut Opera and the Orchestra of the Antipodes (Sydney) he has forged new standards of excellence in historically-informed performance in Australia. He has conducted from the keyboard performances of Purcell’s Fairy Queen (Montreal Baroque Festival), Cavalli’s L’Ormindo, Purcell’s Dioclesian, Vivaldi’s Griselda, Cavalli’s Giasone, Salieri’s The Chimney Sweep, Vivaldi’s Bajazet, Grétry's L'amant jaloux, Handel’s Theodora, Rameau’s Pigmalionand Anacréon, Monteverdi's Coronation of Poppea (Pinchgut), Handel’s Acis and Galatea (NZ Opera), Handel’s Orlando (Hobart Baroque), Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, and Handel’s Faramondo and Agrippina (Brisbane Baroque). Operas under his direction have been awarded Best Opera at the Helpmann Awards for three consecutive years (2015-2017) and in 2017 he was awarded a Helpmann for Best Music Direction for Handel’s Saul at the Adelaide Festival in a fêted revival of a Glyndebourne production directed by Barrie Kosky. As a conductor Erin has distinguished himself in dynamic performances with the Adelaide, Tasmanian, and Queensland Symphony Orchestras and the Australian Haydn Ensemble. Helyard duets in nineteenth-century repertoire on historical pianos with renowned Alkan exponent Stephanie McCallum and on fortepiano and harpsichord he has recently been described as “Australia’s most engaging soloist” by Limelight magazine. In 2017 Helyard was awarded a major Australian Research Council Discovery Grant for a collaborative project entitled Performing Transdisciplinarity: Image, Music, and Text in Eighteenth-Century Print Culture. He is currently Senior Lecturer at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music and appears by kind courtesy of that institution.



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