Hans Huber (1852-1921) is undoubtedly one of the more unjustly neglected of European composers of his generation, although his reputation in his homeland Switzerland has always been very high. See link in the music player (down right).
Swiss violinist Gilles Colliard is a multi-faced musician, active as a soloist, conductor, composer and teacher.
After studying in his native Switzerland, the concert pianist Timon Altwegg spent two years in London studying further with Alan Rowlands at the Royal College of Music.
CD Guild. Hans Huber. Phantasie in G minor op. 17, Sonata no. 5 in E major, op. 112, Sonata no. 6 "Appassionata" in D minor op. 116.
Sonata no. 5, op. 112. Allegretto moderato.
Gilles Colliard, violin; Timon Altwegg, piano