A film about Ysaÿe and Philippe Graffin’s discovery, announced in 2018, of a previously unknown sonata by the composer. Click read more and follow link to watch: https://youtu.be/pol0tCLHo_A
Category: Philippe Graffin
Philippe Graffin continues to explore and expand the violin repertoire. Following on from discoveries such as the chamber version of Chausson’s Poème, original settings of works by Debussy, Saint-Saëns, and the Elgar violin concerto or the forgotten violin concerto of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, to name but a few, Philippe has now discovered and unknown sonata by […]
In 2017 violinist Philippe Graffin discovered a previously unknown three-movement work by Eugène Ysaÿe: his original Sixth Solo Violin Sonata. As his recording of the piece is released, he speaks to Chloe Cutts about completing the composition. In May 2018 The Strad’s website published breaking news about a rare and exciting find at the Brussels […]
GRAFFIN DISCOVERS LOST WORK BY YSAYE A previously undiscovered Sonata for solo violin by Eugène Ysaÿe has been discovered by Philippe Graffin. Written some time between the composer’s fifth and sixth published sonatas, the work was discovered by Graffin in the library of the Brussels Conservatoire.