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The world premiere recording of Maurice Vieux's √Čtudes for solo viola is presented in a double album, masterfully interpreted and performed by Marco Misciagna, who for the first time in history records and performs in a highly evocative recital performing the 20 √Čtudes for solo viola (1927), the 10 √Čtudes sur des traits d'orchestre for solo viola (1928), the 10 √Čtudes sur les intervalles for solo viola (1931) and the 10 √Čtudes Nouvelles for solo viola (1956). This is the first world recording of these √Čtudes (50 in total) composed by Maurice Vieux, which aims to highlight a hitherto little or not at all known aspect of what can be called, without any doubt, a "pillar" of modern violist art. A titanic undertaking, which adds a great piece to the history of this instrument, hitherto unexplored. With dedication and passion, Misciagna has put himself at the service to create a work of great musical depth, demonstrating great artistic sensitivity and exceptional technique.
The world premiere recording of Maurice Vieux's √Čtudes for solo viola is presented in a double album, masterfully interpreted and performed by Marco Misciagna, who for the first time in history records and performs in a highly evocative recital performing the 20 √Čtudes for solo viola (1927), the 10 √Čtudes sur des traits d'orchestre for solo viola (1928), the 10 √Čtudes sur les intervalles for solo viola (1931) and the 10 √Čtudes Nouvelles for solo viola (1956). This is the first world recording of these √Čtudes (50 in total) composed by Maurice Vieux, which aims to highlight a hitherto little or not at all known aspect of what can be called, without any doubt, a "pillar" of modern violist art. A titanic undertaking, which adds a great piece to the history of this instrument, hitherto unexplored. With dedication and passion, Misciagna has put himself at the service to create a work of great musical depth, demonstrating great artistic sensitivity and exceptional technique.
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The world premiere recording of Maurice Vieux's √Čtudes for solo viola is presented in a double album, masterfully interpreted and performed by Marco Misciagna, who for the first time in history records and performs in a highly evocative recital performing the 20 √Čtudes for solo viola (1927), the 10 √Čtudes sur des traits d'orchestre for solo viola (1928), the 10 √Čtudes sur les intervalles for solo viola (1931) and the 10 √Čtudes Nouvelles for solo viola (1956). This is the first world recording of these √Čtudes (50 in total) composed by Maurice Vieux, which aims to highlight a hitherto little or not at all known aspect of what can be called, without any doubt, a "pillar" of modern violist art. A titanic undertaking, which adds a great piece to the history of this instrument, hitherto unexplored. With dedication and passion, Misciagna has put himself at the service to create a work of great musical depth, demonstrating great artistic sensitivity and exceptional technique.
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