17 Songs, 2 Hours 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Violinist Hilary Hahn has made more than a dozen recordings for Deutsche Grammophon. This collection, chosen by Hahn herself, is a fascinating, chronological look back through her stunning discography, from a 2003 recording of the Bach Double Violin Concerto to “Godot,” one of a set of beautifully crafted improvisations performed alongside experimental German pianist Hauschka. Along the way, we encounter Ives, GRAMMY® Award-nominated Schoenberg, and a meltingly poignant The Lark Ascending. In among these gems are some live recordings from a recent private concert dedicated to her fans across the world, including Mozart’s Sonata K.379 plus pieces by Max Richter and Tina Davidson.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Violinist Hilary Hahn has made more than a dozen recordings for Deutsche Grammophon. This collection, chosen by Hahn herself, is a fascinating, chronological look back through her stunning discography, from a 2003 recording of the Bach Double Violin Concerto to “Godot,” one of a set of beautifully crafted improvisations performed alongside experimental German pianist Hauschka. Along the way, we encounter Ives, GRAMMY® Award-nominated Schoenberg, and a meltingly poignant The Lark Ascending. In among these gems are some live recordings from a recent private concert dedicated to her fans across the world, including Mozart’s Sonata K.379 plus pieces by Max Richter and Tina Davidson.

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