« Le Chant de la Rive » festival
- Trio in E-flat major Op. 40 for violin, horn & piano by Johannes Brahms (1865)
- Two Romances for horn and piano by Camille Saint-Saëns (1866-1874)
- Violin Sonata No.1, Op.105 by Robert Schumann (1851)
With Agnès Pyka (violin), Laurent Wagschal (piano), Julien Desplanques (horn)
An inexhaustible source of imagination, nature is one of the favorite themes of romantic artists. Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) was inspired by it for many of his works, such as the trio for violin, horn and piano.
It plunges us into the enchanting atmosphere of the Black Forest, its different movements allowing us to imagine the nonchalant ballad of the master through the luxuriant foliage of the woods.
Composed in September 1851, Schuman’s violin sonata n°1 was created on March 21st 1852 in Leipzig, Germany.