Not only was Robert Fuchs an admired friend of Brahms but he nurtured a prodigious number of pupils, among whom were Enescu, Korngold, Mahler, Wolf, and Sibelius who called Fuchs ‘a clever orchestrator, professional to his fingertips, and very happy as a composer’. The three Violin Sonatas, composed over a 24-year period between 1877 and 1901, exemplify Fuchs’ superbly crafted and melodious grace, with soaring Romanticism spiced with occasional Hungarian colour, folkloric themes and vivacious finales.
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