The most recent project from Alina Ibragimova and Cédric Tiberghien turns the spotlight on Felix Mendelssohn and his violin sonatas.
Schott's "Joy of Music: Virtuoso and Entertaining Pieces for Violin & Piano" is aimed at professional musicians and advanced amateurs interested in new discoveries outside the standard repertoire.
Sheet Music Review: J.S. Bach’s 15 Inventions for 2 Violins (Offenburg) Shows How He Taught His Children
This Offenburg 2-violin adaptation of Bach's 15 Inventions by Mihoko Kimura is based on Bach’s autograph manuscript for clavier, originally intended as teaching material for his sons.
Untethered from musical scores in "The Sound of Memory: Themes from a Violinist's Life," Rebecca Fischer tells her story in a graceful, loose-knit narrative that sifts through drifting memories.
Grazyna Bacewicz's "Easy Pieces for Violin & Piano," penned in 1945—five in each of two books—is ideal for the beginning years of lessons.
Each track on cellist Mike Block's Planispheres was inspired by a different celestial object. Each track was also a separate performance presented for just one listener.
Ljova's "Enter the Fadolin" includes songs inspired by Bach, contemplative originals, Celtic tunes and more for the 6-String violin-style instrument the Fadolin.
The violin-piano dup of Shea and Kim work exquisitely as a team, overlapping their lines so seamlessly they become inseparable on "The Sound and the Fury."
Cellist Julia MacLaine's "Preludes" includes 6 newly commissioned responses to the preludes to Bach's Cello Suites as well as Bach's original preludes.
On "Wild at Heart," a collection of contemporary chaconnes inspired by J.S. Bach’s iconic work, violinist and composer Pauline Kim Harris takes the listener into uncharted territory.