R.Schumann: Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3 A-minor / R.シューマン: ヴァイオリンソナタ第3番イ短調[LIVE | ライブ演奏]
R.Schumann: Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3 A-minor op.Posth.
R.シューマン: ヴァイオリンソナタ 第3番 イ短調 Op.Posth.

0:00 Ⅰ .Ziemlich langsam - Lebhaft
07:20 Ⅱ .Scherzo Lebhaft
11:15 Ⅲ . Intermezzo Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell
14:27 Ⅳ . Finale Markirtes, ziemlich lebhaftes Tempo

Violin: Kenji TAKAHATA
Piano: Aya TSURUMI
ヴァイオリン: 高旗 健次
ピアノ: 鶴見 彩

 始まりは1853年10月27日、ドイツのデュッセルドルフでシューマンの「ヴァイオリンのための幻想曲 作品131」の初演にあたった彼の親友、ヨアヒムに対し、同じく会場に足を運んでいた彼の友人、ブラームス、ディートリッヒ(シューマンの弟子)とともに、あらかじめ合作のソナタを作る提案をしていたのです。
 作曲にあたっては、ヨアピムが常に「自由に、しかし孤独に( Frei Aber Einsam )」という言葉をモットーにしていたため、曲中にこれらの言葉の頭文字をとった3つの音「ファ・ラ・ミ( F・A・E )」を用いるという、ユニークな発想を盛り込んだのです。そして話し合いの結果、ディートリッヒが第1楽章を、ブラームスが第3楽章を、そしてシューマンは第2、4楽章を担当することにし、翌28日にシューマンの自宅にて「F・A・Eソナタ」として初演されました。
(文責:高旗 健次)

Programm note:
This third violin sonata was completed with Schumann's own thought, "Let's dedicate a sonata to my beloved Mr. Joachim."
Actually, this work became the current form after a different process from his other two violin sonatas.
It all started on October 27, 1853, in Düsseldorf, Germany, to his best friend, Joachim, who premiered Schumann's "Fantasia for Violin, Op. 131", and his friend who also visited the venue. Together with Brahms and Dietrich (Schumann's disciple), he had proposed to make a collaborative sonata in advance.
In composing, Joachim always had the motto "Free, but lonely (Frei Aber Einsam)", so the three sounds "Fa La Mi", which are the acronyms for these words in the song. It incorporates a unique idea of using "F・A・E)". As a result of the discussion, Dietrich decided to take charge of the 1st movement, Brahms took charge of the 3rd movement, and Schumann took charge of the 2nd and 4th movements. The next day, 28th, at Schumann's home, "FAE Sonata" It was premiered as.
However, after that, Schumann will add two more movements to his own movement and will create Schumann's own sonata on November 1st of the following month.
This is this third sonata.
The premiere is said to have been performed by Joachim and Clara (Schumann's wife), who were very impressed with the sonatas, who were at least three times between January and April of the following year.
The second movement "Intermezzo" of the F.A.E sonata is positioned as the third movement in this third sonata, and the first three sounds of this movement are exactly "F.A.E" sound. Every time I hear the sound, I cannot help feeling the philosophical imagination of "loneliness because of freedom" and "freedom because of loneliness".
The FAE Sonata was published in 1935 by collecting materials from libraries in Berlin and Paris through various backgrounds, and this third sonata was published in 1960. It is a work that will continue to attract more and more attention as to what kind of sensibility should be used to play this work, which has finally appeared in the world since just before the 21st century.
(The responsibility for the wording of this article lies with the Kenji TAKAHATA.)
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