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bmccd263
Wydawnictwo: BMC Records
Nr katalogowy: BMCCD 263
Nośnik: 2 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2018
EAN: 5998309302633
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): węgierski
Instrumenty: skrzypce
Rodzaj: kwartet, koncert, serenada

Kodaly / Veress / Bartok: Vegh In His Mother Tongue

BMC Records - BMCCD 263
Kompozytor
Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967)
Sandor Veress (1907-1972)
Bela Bartok (1881-1945)
Robert Volkmann, Andor Losonczy, Jenő Takács
Wykonawcy
Sándor Végh, violin
Végh Quartet:
Sándor Végh, violin
Sándor Zöldy, violin
György Janzer, viola
Pál Szabó, cello
Camerata Academica of the Mozarteum Salzburg / Sándor Végh
Basler Kammerorchester / Paul Sacher
Berner Stadtorchester / Luc Balmer
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Diapason 5
 
CD 1:
Zoltán Kodály:
String Quartet No. 2, Op. 10

Béla Bartók:
String Quartet No. 6

Sándor Veress:
Concerto for String Quartet and Orchestra

CD 2:
Sándor Veress:
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
Four Transylvanian Dances

Robert Volkmann:
Serenade No. 2 in F major, Op. 63

Andor Losonczy:
Passacaglia

Jenő Takács:
Passacaglia, Op. 73
Violinist, chamber musician, conductor and teacher, Sándor Végh was one of the most important musicians of the twentieth century. He left Hungary in 1946, to live in France, then later Switzerland and Germany, and in the final decades of his life he made his home in Salzburg in Austria. However, he kept contacts with his homeland and compatriots throughout his entire life.

The 5th, closing, double disc of BMC’s exclusive Végh series contains previously unreleased recordings by Sándor Végh, performing various pieces by Hungarian composers.

Sándor Végh had personal links to the composers on this CD. He studied composing with Kodály for one year, while his acquaintance with Bartók was determined by the rehearsals for his String Quartet No. 5. After several days’ work together and the premiere of the piece, a good relationship formed between the two of them, and this continued later.

Sándor Veress, also born in Kolozsvár, was a fellow student of Sándor Végh’s at the Music Academy. Over their friendship of many decades, several works by Veress were premiered by Végh. The historic recording on this CD of the Concerto for String Quartet and Orchestra gives listeners the chance to share in the experience of the world premiere of the piece; the work was dedicated to Paul Sacher, who conducted the premiere. The Violin Concerto was dedicated to Sándor Végh, who played the premiere in Amsterdam in 1939, without the second movement, which was added later. The composer himself played the orchestral part on the piano.

In the case of Robert Volkmann the link is intangible: Volkmann was a founding lecturer (composition) at the Budapest Music Academy. However, Sándor Végh knew Jenő Takács well, and Andor Losonczy, who was a pupil of Jenő Takács, and later a good friend, taught at the Salzburg Mozarteum at the same time as Sándor Végh.

Recorded at SRF on 14 January, 1954 (1-2, CD1); at WDR on 5 February, 1958 (3-6, CD1); at Radio Basel, Musiksaal on 26 January, 1962 (7-9, CD1); in Bern on 14-15 December, 1959 (1-3, CD2)

Zobacz także:

  • AVI 8553272
  • ALC 1394
  • BIS 199
  • GEN 19656
  • ARS 38555
  • AV 2406
  • RCD 1027