Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg's Live: Intro
- Intro (00:57)
- Rondo for violin & piano in B minor ("Rondeau Brillant"), D. 895 (Op. 70) (15:24)
Sonata for violin & piano, FP 119
Sonata for violin & piano No. 7 in C minor ("Eroica"), Op. 30/2
- Midnight Bells, for violin & piano (after Im Chambre séparée from Heuberger's "Der Opernball") (03:47)
Sonata for violin & keyboard No. 3 in E major, BWV 1016: 4th Movement
- 4th Movement (03:42)
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg's Live: Outtakes
- Outtakes (01:37)
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I just got this CD and the music is sublime.Starting with Schubert right to the encores.The music is very expressive,nostalagical and magical.Poulenc composition is great you can feel the sadness of the instruments and it lifts you up again as a listener you cant help but be mesmerised,Beethoven Sonata no.7 is a great.The CD ends with kreisler and Bach encores.I really enjoy this music as it is live and captures the authenticity of a live recording even though its evident that it was edited very nicely I must say with one audience member saying "Jesus!" and audience being asked to cough a little.Ofcuorse all this is the out-takes just before the CD closes.The sound is excellent 'top notch' they say.I love chamber music especially these two performers with a wild,luch and very lyrical expressive tempos.I wish they could record another CD live.