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Wydawnictwo: Avi Music
Nr katalogowy: AVI 8553304
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2014
EAN: 4260085533046
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): niemiecki, angielski
Instrumenty: altówka, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata

Clarke / Hindemith / Bloch: 1919 Viola Sonatas

Avi Music - AVI 8553304
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Barbara Buntrock, viola
Daniel Heide, piano
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Rebecca Clarke:
Sonata for Viola and Piano

Paul Hindemith:
Sonata for Viola and Piano Op. 11 No. 4

Ernest Bloch:
Suite for Viola and Piano
In 1919 Clarke entered her viola sonata in the competition Ms. Coolidge was sponsoring, and tied for first place along with Bloch’s suite for viola and piano. Two years later, Clarke’s new piano trio was well received at the same competition, leading to a commission to compose for the festival. Her three-movement sonata for viola and piano breaches the Classical norm by ending with a slow movement. As an incipit she chose verses by Alfred de Musset: “Poet, take up your lute; the wine of youth / Is fermenting tonight in the veins of God.”

Paul Hindemith, on the other hand, would hardly have chosen such Romantic imagery to grace his Viola Sonata op. 11, No. 4. His goal was to leave the 19th century and the aesthetic of the past far behind him. Hindemith’s career began during the turbulent years of inflation and crisis following the First World War. …. Written in barely two weeks (27 February to 9 March 1919), the Viola Sonata is the first work written by Hindemith after his return from the war.

Bloch’s Suite for Viola and Piano contains some stylistic elements reminiscent of Debussy, even distant echoes of Brahms. But we would be doing Bloch a disfavour if we only broke down his musical idiom to a series of influences by other composers. (Excerpts from the boolet’s liner notes)

As a soloist Barbara Buntrock appeared with many German and Swiss orchestra. As a viola player, she finds special inspiration in chamber music, both in the spontaneous coming-together of a new grouping and in the teamwork of an established ensemble. As its artistic director, she oversaw the foundation in 2011 of “Festival 3B Chamber Music in the Wuppertal Immanuelskirche”, named after the three great B's of Bach, Beethoven and Brahms and dedicated to the chamber repertoire of all musical eras.

Barbara Buntrock has been on the staff of the College of Music in Lübeck since 2011 as lecturer in viola and orchestral studies. She plays a viola built by Antonio Mariani, Pesaro, c. 1650, formerly played by the legendary violist Lionel Tertis.

DANIEL HEIDE…..A great amount of Liederabend and chamber music concerts in Austria, Switzerland, France, Scotland, Italy, Spain, Greece, Czech Republic and Irland have prooven of his outstanding quality. He has played chamber music with Tabea Zimmermann, Antje Weithaas, Wolfgang Emmanuel Schmidt, Alexander Kniazev, Barbara Buntrock, Julian Steckel, Isang Enders, Konstanze von Gutzeit, Pauline Sachse, Benoit Fromanger and many more. Certainly an important stimulus for his career as a lied accompanist was the foundation of the concert series Der lyrische Salon@–@Liederabende auf Schloss Ettersburg (The lyric Salon – Lieder recitals at Schlioss Ettersburg). www.der-lyrische-salon.de

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