Rachel Barton Pine


Capricho Latino

Glazunov Concerto

A German Bouquet

Dismal Times

Beethoven & Clement

An Italian Sojourn

American Virtuosa

Scottish Fantasies

Solo Baroque

God Defend New Zealand

Brahms & Joachim

Double Play

Instrument of the Devil

Storming the Citadel

Black Composers

Liszt: Vol. 1

Handel Sonatas

Homage to Sarasate
Dismal Times

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  American Virtuosa: Tribute to Maud Powell

 Beach: Romance, Op. 23
 Grainger: Molly on the Shore
 Dvorak: Songs My Mother Sang
 Sibelius: Musette from King Christian II
 Bauer: Up the Ocklawaha, Op. 6
 Chopin: “Minute” Waltz, Op. 64, No. 1
 Venth: Aria
 Palmgren: May Night
 Coleridge-Taylor: Deep River, Op. 59, No. 10
 Dvorak: Humoreske, Op. 101, No. 7
 Danks: Silver Threads Among the Gold
 Bellstedt, Jr.: Caprice on Dixie
 Huss: Romance
 Gilbert: Marionettes (Scherzo)
 Burleigh: Four Rocky Mountain Sketches, Op. 11
 Massenet: Twilight (Crespuscule) from Poemes Pastorale
 Liebling: Fantasia on Sousa Themes
 Johnson: Nobody Knows the Trouble I See


Beautiful Victorian-era pieces arranged by and dedicated to America’s first internationally renowned violinist, Maud Powell
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"Rachel Barton Pine and Cedille recall the glorious era of the headline-inducing violin recital, the art of the arrangement and transcription, and the thrill of virtuoso performance for its own sake... A true celebration of the violin." - ClassicsToday.com
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It is high time someone recorded such a beautiful tribute to an unsung hero of American classical music! Thank you for sharing this tribute with us. Best wishes. - Brady

This recording is just plain fun! Rachel Barton Pine is one of my favorite young violinists, and this may be my favorite of her albums! Not only is the music exceptionally well chosen, Mrs. Pine's performances are top-notch across the board. As usual, her technique is wonderful. And the musicality of the performances leaves nothing to be desired. Just listen to the sweetness of her playing in Amy Beach's Romance! I can listen to this one track over and over and not become bored. Then contrast the fiery virtuosity Pine exhibits in Bellstedt's Caprice on Dixie. Just wonderful! Let's just say this disc is going to remain in my CD player for a long time! Highly, highly recommended. - Arthur W. Haule, III (Amazon.com customer)

This is a very satisfying recording that you will enjoy listening to over and over. The primary reason I purchased this audio CD was to hear the "Dixie" track. To my delight I found the other tracks just as unique and pleasing. This is a virtuosa performance and even though a number of the songs are American standards it is not "light" music. You will marvel at the interpretations. This has a definite place in your classical music library. - J. Yingling (Amazon.com customer)

  American Virtuosa: Tribute to Maud Powell
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