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"Free but lonely" is the romantic life's motto of the violinist Joseph
Joachim, who was sponsored by Mendelssohn and Schumann and through his
friendship with Clara Schumann and Brahms matured into one of the most
influential musicians of the 19th century. - "F - A - E", a series of notes
derived from this motto, was also the title of a violin sonata, composed jointly
for him in 1853 by Schumann, Brahms and Albert Dietrich. - "Free but lonely" is
the title of a series of CDs presenting music by the composers close to Joseph
Joachim, and by Joachim himself. This opens up a fascinating panorama of
romantic music, born from the fruitful exchange of ideas between famous and
little known composers whose works deserve to be discovered.
Florin Paul, violin
Birgitta Wollenweber, piano
Albert Dietrich (1829-1908)
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Joseph Joachim (1831-1907)
Three Pieces Op. 2
7. Eine Fruhlingsphantasie
Three Pieces Op. 5
Total playing time, 68:35.