Schubert: Violin Sonatas. Primary Artist, Violin.
Profile: American conductor, born 1960 in New York, USA.
Schubert, Franz, Joseph Swensen, and Jeffrey Kahane. New York: RCA Victor Red Seal, 1988. Kahane, Jeffrey, Joshua Bell, Scott Nickrenz, Carter Brey, Erika Nickrenz, Joseph Swensen, Marvis Martin, Hall Johnson, Gian C. Menotti, Johannes Brahms, Bedřich Smetana, and Ned Rorem. Live from the Spoleto Festival, 1987. Oakhurst, . : Musical Heritage Society, 2003.
Joseph Swensen currently holds the post of Conductor Emeritus of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, where he was Principal Conductor from 1996-2005. National Forum of Music. Joseph Swensen currently holds the post of Conductor Emeritus of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, where he was Principal Conductor from 1996-2005.
Violin Concertos of Mendelssohn and Bruch. Mendelssohn, Bruch; Robert McDuffie, Joseph Swensen, Scottish Chamber Orchestra. Pelleas and Medisande, Kuolema: Valse Triste, Belshazzar's Feast, The Tempest: Suite no. 2, Andante Festivo. Jean Sibelius; Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Joseph Swensen. Schubert; Joseph Swensen, Jeffrey Kahane. 1. Showing official release groups by this artist.
Joseph Swensen: listen and download André Previn, Joseph Swensen, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Людвиг ван Бетховен - Romance in F Major, Op. 50, Carter Brey, Erika Nickrenz, Joseph Swensen, Бедржих Сметана - Piano Trio In G Minor, Op. 15, Moderato Assai, Carey Bell, CAROL WINCENC, CAREY BELL, IAN SWENSEN, JOSEPH SWENSEN, MASAO KAWASAKI, RALPH KIRSHBAUM, FLORIAN CONZETTI, CHRISTOPHER FROH, DAXUN.
Jeffrey Kahane, Jeffrey Kahane, Joseph Swensen & Carter Brey, Иоганнес Брамс - Piano Trio No. 3 in C Minor, Op. 101: III. Andante grazioso. album:, From Bach, Vol. 5. Piano Trio In G Minor, Op. 15, Finale: Presto. album: Live From The Spoleto Festival 1987.
Jeffrey Alan Kahane (born September 12, 1956, in Los Angeles, California) is an American classical concert pianist and conductor. He was music director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra following a 20-year run, the longest of any music director in the orchestra's history.
Joseph Swensen and Jeffrey Kahane, for example, played an evening of Schubert for violin and piano that achieved high levels of communication through modest means. This is not a medium that Schubert dwelled upon. The two sonatas - in D and A minor - are from his early years. The ''Arpeggione'' Sonata was a transcription from a version now heard mostly with cello.
I usually prefer the cello, but violinist Joseph Swensen and pianist Jeffrey Kahane are wonderfully persuasive on a new recording (RCA 7962-2-RC) that is worth having, in any case, for its excellent performances of the violin sonatas in G Minor, D. 408, and in D, D. 384, as well as the Rondo in B Minor, D. 89.