Andrii Didorenko

Sonata for violin solo

A very fine example of the genre from a true master of the instrument. It is cast in a single movement featuring the continuous development of a theme introduced at the beginning, and is energetic and propulsive throughout.

Listen to the Sonata


Trio for violin, cello and piano

Though no one would ever mistake this trio for anything but a 21st-century work, it clearly owes much to the past, from its conventional title and traditional 4-movement form to influences from such earlier masters as Bartòk and Messiaen. But there is also more than a whiff of rock-n-roll here, and an overlying, personal style that is entirely Didorenko's own.

Take a listen (RealAudio):


First movement


Slow movement



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