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Gyorgy Pauk gives a master class on Ysaÿe’s Solo Sonata No. 6.
Ysaÿe's Sonata No. 6 in E Major was dedicated to Spanish violinist Manuel Quiroga, the first violinist since Sarasate in 1861 to win a Premier Prix from the Paris Conservatoire (in 1911). His recordings demonstrate a sweet, clean tone, and faultless technique, all of which are required in spades in a violinist is to perform this sonata. Inspired by Spanish dances like the habanera and tango, the sonata is notable for its rich texture, chromaticism and stepwise passages. It is a one-movement work, but nonetheless includes such varied expressive indications as "dolce", "grazioso", "lusingando", "commodo", "calando," and "teneramente".