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Mendelssohn’s "Posthumous" Sonata, written in 1838 but not discovered until 1952, is juxtaposed with Corigliano’s Violin Sonata, 1968, both written by the composers while in their late 20s. The Mendelssohn is a romantic, chivalrous, elegant German work, contrasted with American composer John Corigliano, who writes of his Sonata: "Its eclecticism, its rhythmic energy, and its bright character give the Sonata a very American quality.”
 
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Mendelssohn - Corigliano Violin Sonatas
Linda Wang -  Violin
David Allen Wehr - Piano
 
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Allegro vivace01.Allegro vivace   10:50  
from Violin Sonata in F Major (Posthumous) by Felix Mendelssohn  
Adagio02.Adagio   7:28  
from Violin Sonata in F Major (Posthumous) by Felix Mendelssohn  
Allegro vivace03.Allegro vivace   5:08  
from Violin Sonata in F Major (Posthumous) by Felix Mendelssohn  
Allegro04.Allegro   2:41  
from Sonata for Violin and Piano by John Corigliano  
Andantino (With Simplicity)05.Andantino (With Simplicity)   6:37  
from Sonata for Violin and Piano by John Corigliano  
Lento (Quasi recitativo)06.Lento (Quasi recitativo)   4:49  
from Sonata for Violin and Piano by John Corigliano  
Allegro07.Allegro   7:51  
from Sonata for Violin and Piano by John Corigliano