Okamoto, who is currently studying in Germany, made his CD debut and selected a number of works that he thought “I want to express now” and “I want to express now” after warming up for a long time.
Through the complex and wonderful relationships of Brahms, Robert Schumann, and Clara Schumann, and the performances of works written by humans who lived in an era full of romanticism, you can feel the German Romanticism of the mid-19th century. It is a program like.
Then, I consulted with the pianist Kyohei Sorita, who has a long-standing friendship with Okamoto, after careful rehearsals, and hoped for recording. Don’t miss out on what kind of chemical reaction will occur from the two soloists who each have a strong commitment and feelings for music!
Violin: Seiji Okamoto
Piano: Kyohei Sorita
R.Schumann, J.Brahms, A.Dietrich : F.A.E. Sonate für Violine und Pianoforte
 1. Allegro (Albert Dietrich)
 2. Intermezzo, Bewegt, doch nicht zu schnell (Robert Schumann)
 3. Scherzo, Allegro (Johannes Brahms)
 4. Finale, Markiertes, ziemlich lebhaftes Tempo (Robert Schumann)
C.Schumann: 3 Romanzen für Violine und Klavier Op.22
 1. Andante molto
 2. Allegretto
 3.Leidenschaftlich schnell
Brahms: Sonate für Klavier und Violine Nr.1 in G-Dur Op.78
 1. Vivace ma non troppo
 2. Adagio
 3. Allegro molto moderato
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