Chamber Ensemble Sonatas by F. Schubert in the Repertoire of a Contemporary Violinist: Problems of Performing Interpretation
The author of the article represents the review description of the chamber ensemble instrumental works by F. Schubert belong to the genre of sonata for violin and piano. These works appear in the concert and educational repertoire of many contemporary musicians. There are Three Sonatas (Sonatine), Op. post. 137 dated of 1817 (in D Major, D 384; A Minor, D 385; G Minor, D 408), and Sonata (Duo), Op. post. 162 (in A Major, D 574, 1817), and the violin version of «Arpeggione» Sonata (a-moll, D 821, 1824) are the focus of researcher’s attention. The most important features of the style inherent in the named ensemble works by F. Schubert, their imagery, and dramaturgy, and compositional specificity, and their interactions with the performing art of Schubert’s epoch are examined in the article. At the same time the most essential problems accompanying to interpreter’s realization of the violin sonatas by F. Schubert are revealed by the researcher. She delights some individual approaches to the solving of these problems in the second half of the 20th century concert practice. During the article some performing tendencies represented by the interpretations of the Newest Time outstanding musicians – F. Kreisler, D. Tzyganov, G. Barinova, G. Kremer, V. Spivakov, O. Kagan, M. Kugel and others – are defined.
F. Schubert, chamber ensemble creative work, genre of sonata for violin and piano, performing interpretation.