REPERTOIRE

"Two souls meld into Maristella Patuzzi:

the Italian - creative, artistic and imaginative - and the Swiss - disciplined, accurate and attentive to details"

Claudia Abbiati - Amadeus

Johann Sebastian Bach (Eisenach, 1685 – Leipzig, 1750)

Sonate e Partite BWV 1001-1006 per violino solo (1720)

6 Sonate BWV 1014-1019 (1720)

 

Giuseppe Tartini (Pirano, 1692 – Padova, 1770)

Sonata op. 1 n. 5 del “Trillo del diavolo”

Sonata op. 1 n. 10 “Didone abbandonata”

 

Jean-Marie Leclair (Lione 1697 – Paris 1764)

Sonata in D major

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Salzburg, 1756 – Wien, 1791)

Violin Concerto KV 216, 218 & 219 (1775)

Adagio KV 261 (1776)

Sonata KV 304 (1778)

 

Ludwig van Beethoven (Bonn, 1770 – Wien, 1827)

Sonate op. 12 n. 1 & 2, (1797-98)

op. 24 (1800-1)

op. 30 n. 3 (1802)

op. 47 (1802-3)

Violin Concerto op. 61 (1806)

 

Niccolò Paganini (Genova, 1782 – Nice, 1840)

Capricci op. 1 (1802-9)

“Nel cor piú non mi sento”

 

Franz Schubert (Wien, 1797 – 1828)

Konzertstück D345 (1816)

Rondò brillante op. 70, D 895 (1826)

 

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (Hamburg, 1809 – Leipzig, 1847)

Violin Concerto op. 64 (1838-44)

 

Henri Vieuxtemps (Verviers, 1820 – Mustapha Supérieur, 1881)

Violin Concerto n. 5 Grétry op. 37 (1860)

 

César Franck (Liegi, 1822 – Paris, 1890)

Sonata in A major (1886)

 

Johannes Brahms (Hamburg, 1833 – Wien, 1897)

Scherzo in C minor (1853)

Sonate op. 78 (1879) & op. 108 (1886-88)

 

Henryk Wieniawski (Lublin 1835 – Moscow 1880)

Scherzo Tarantella op. 16

 

Camille Saint-Saëns (Paris, 1835 – Algiers, 1921)

Danse macabre in G minor op. 40 (1876)

Havanaise in E major op. 83 (1888)

Max Bruch (Cologne, 1838 – Friedenau, 1920)

Concerto n. 1 in G minor op. 26 (1868)

 

Pëtr Il’ič Čajkovskij (Kamsko-Votkinsk, 1840 – St. Petersburg 1893)

Violin Concerto op. 35 (1878)

 

Edvard Grieg (Bergen, 1843 – 1907)

Sonata in C minor op. 45 (1886-87)

 

Pablo de Sarasate (Pamplona, 1844 – Biarritz, 1908)

Zigeunerweisen op. 20 (1878)

Carmen Fantasy, op. 25 (1883)

 

Eugène-Auguste Ysaÿe (Liege, 1858 – Brussels, 1931)

Sonate op. 27 (1924)

 

Jean Sibelius (Hämeenlinna, 1865 – Järvenpää, 1957)

Violin Concerto op. 47 (1903-5)

 

Sergej Rachmaninov (Novgorod, 1873 – Beverly Hills, 1943)

Romanza in D minor op. 6 n. 1 (1893)

 

Maurice Ravel (Ciboure, 1875 – Paris, 1937)

Tzigane (1924)

Sonata (1923-26)

 

Ernest Bloch (Geneva, 1880 – Portland 1959)

Sonata n. 1 (1920)

Baal Shem, Three Pictures of Chassidic Life (1923)

Abodah (1929)

Mélodie (1929)

Suite I (1958)

 

Bartók Béla (Nagyszentmiklós, 1881 – New York, 1945)

Magyarországi román népi táncok

 

George Enescu (Liveni, 1881 – Paris, 1955)

Sonata n. 3 op. 25 (1926)

 

Othmar Schoeck (Brunnen, Schwyz, 1886 – Zurich, 1957)

Sonate op. 16 (1909), op. 46 (1931)

 

Sergej Prokof’ev (Soncovka, 1891 - Moscow, 1953)

Violin Concerto op. 19 n. 1 (1916-17)

Sonata op. 94 n. 2 (1944)

Sonata op. 115 (1947)

 

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (Florence, 1895 – Beverly Hills, 1968)

Concert paraphrase on "Largo al factotum" from Barbiere di Siviglia by Gioachino Rossini

 

Nathan Milstein (Odessa, 1904 – London, 1992)

Paganiniana (Variations) (1954)

 

Franz Waxman (Königshütte, 1906 – Los Angeles, 1967)

“Carmen” Fantasies based on Themes from the Opera of Georges Bizet (1946)

 

Witold Lutoslawski (Warsaw, 1913 – 1994)

Subito (1992)

 

Astor Piazzolla (Mar del Plata, 1921 – Buenos Aires, 1992)

Libertango, Suite del angel (Milonga del ángel, Muerte del ángel, Resurrección del ángel), Escualo, Ave Maria, Estaciones Porteñas (Verano, Otono, Inverno, Primavera), Tanguango, Fugata-Adiós Noniño Fantasia per violino solo, Histoire du Tango (Bordel 1900, Café 1930, Nightclub 1960, Concert 1990)