||Sonate per violine e piano
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||Review of Centaur CD
One assumes this is the same violin sonata as published in 1995 (through Theodore Presser in the United States and Emerson Edition (plate 284) in the UK (20 pp, 9 pp in that edition)? (This is I expect not a copyright issue given that the typesetter presumably has permission from the composer's estate or, dating awhile back, from the composer though it still seems a good idea to note the existence of the publication . Again, if this is the same Zadeja violin sonata, it's been recorded on a Centaur Records CD, 2011 recorded in 2010 in Bulgaria. (Seems to be the same work- dates given as 1972-74.) From Jerry Dubins' Fanfare review, quoted at ArkivMusic:
"Zadeja’s Violin Sonata (1972–74) is a fairly short work of 11 and a half minutes in two movements. The opening Moderato belies its date of composition.... The complementary second movement (Allegro) is a strongly rhythmic, folk-based dance, not unlike some of the stomping Romanian dances of Bartók."