Notes & Reviews:
- These sonatas of Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770), form the most important composition for solo violin after Bach.
- At six hours in duration, it is the largest integrated work for the instrument.
- Peter Sheppard Skærved's discography stretches from Telemann to many of the works written for him. He is the leader of the Kreutzer Quartet and Viotti Lecturer at the Royal Academy of Music, London.
- '(an) opportunity to hear all of the sonatas. Recommended.' Robert Maxham, Fanfare