Eugène Ysaye: Sonata No. 5 In G Major "Mathieu Crickboom" By Marc Bouchkov
Fiddly under the fingers
Eugène Ysaye was deemed the “Tsar of the Violin” in his time. The dexterity required to execute this work is unquestionably immense. The player must perform double stops, runs, plucking and intricate melodies in quick succession, meaning only the bravest violinist ought to take on such a piece… Luckily this soloist has the command of a pro. Experience a true artist at work.