Notes & Reviews:
Dutch organist and composer Jacob Nozeman's (1693-1745) violin sonatas op. 1 (1724) and op. 2 (1736) were not republished until late in the 20th c.; aside several songs, none of his other works are thought to have survived. Michel-Charles le Cène, original printer and publisher of Nozeman's violin sonatas, also published many editions of works by such composers as Corelli, Vivaldi, Bonporti, Marcello and Albinoni. This world premiere recording of the beautiful sonatas of Jacob Nozeman, performed by outstanding Dutch violinist Antoinette Lohman, now appears on United Classics.
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