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Dvorak and Copland from Violinist Colin Jacobsen

Dvorak and Copland from Violinist Colin Jacobsen

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Hear Gershwin's Prelude No. 2

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Hear Dvorak's Sonatina, Op. 100

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Young Artist in Residence Colin Jacobsen chose an all-American program for this third day of his residency. He starts with Gerswhin's Prelude #2, and follows that up with Dvorak's Sonatina for Violin and Piano. Dvorak may have been Czech, but this Sonatina was American-born. Dvorak wrote it in New York City in 1893. Marija Stroke is the pianist. Then Jacobsen and Stroke turn their attention to a seldom-performed sonata by Aaron Copland: the Sonata for Violin.

Hear Copland's Sonata for Violin and Piano

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