Violinist Andrea Obiso performing Israeli-born composer Avner Dorman‘s newly-premiered unaccompanied 12 minute virtuoso violin work “For Solo Violin”.
“The first movement is based on a twelve-tone row … but the row itself contains some references to a Bach Solo Partita,” Anver has told The Violin Channel.
“The second movement is a canon in two voices … where each part moves at its own speed and with an independent voice – resulting in the sound of two violinists … and the third movement is in the physical style of a Paganini caprice – but without the tonality,” he has said.
The work was commissioned for the Semi-Final Stage of the 2017 ARD International Violin Competition.
ANDREA OBISO | AVNER DORMAN | “FOR SOLO VIOLIN” | 2017 ARD INTERNATIONAL VIOLIN COMPETITION | ‘BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE SET WORK’ PRIZE
Nigunim (Violin Sonata No. 3) |SHEET MUSIC|
For Violin and Piano
G. Schirmer, Inc.
Dorman: Concertos for Mandolin, Piccolo, Piano and Concerto Grosso |CD|
Avi Avital, Mindy Kaufman, Eliran Avni
Andrew Cyr & Metropolis Ensemble
Release Date: January 26, 2010
Naxos American Classics