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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: H 98594
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: grudzień 2009
EAN: 4010276022602
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: wiolonczela
Rodzaj: koncert

Schumann: Cellokonzerte a-Moll

Haenssler - H 98594
Wykonawcy
Peter Bruns, cello I
Jakob Stepp, cello II
Grzegorz Nowak, cello III
Annegret Kuttner, piano
Mendelssohn Kammerorchester Leipzig / Jürgen Bruns
Schumann:
Concerto for Cello and Orchester op. 129 in a minor
Abendlied op. 85,12 (arr. for Cello and strings by P. Bruns)
Abendlied op. 85 Nr. 12 (arr. for Cello and Piano by Pablo Casals)

Volkmann:
Concerto for Cello and Orchester op. 33 in a minor
Andante mit Variationen (1836) for 3 Cellos
Drei Stücke für Violoncello und Klavier
Chant du Troubadour op. 10
Capriccio op. 74
Romanze op. 7
Schumann's Cello Concerto was the first large-scale Romantic concerto

composed for the cello, was written in 1854, late in the composer’s life.

Exactly when the first performance took place is unknown, but the

popularity of the work continues unabated to this day, and it is one of

the most beautiful cello concertos ever. In the following year, Robert

Volkmann composed his own Cello Concerto, sharing with Schumann’s

work not only a common key tonality, but also sharing with it a deep

expressiveness and drama. Robert Volkmann was one of the most

popular composers in the German-speaking lands at the end of the 19th

century and his music forms a stylistic bridge from Schumann to

Brahms. Volkmann enjoyed success as a composer from the early

1850s, rising to international recognition during the following decade,

but owing to the comparative musical isolation of his adopted country,

Hungary, he always remained in the shadows of Brahms and

Schumann. His Cello Concerto is technically very demanding, his

melodic imagination, his poetry and his subtle humor helped the work to

achieve great popularity during his lifetime. Sadly, following the

composer’s death, much of his music disappeared from the world’s

concert halls, and is only now being re-discovered and championed by

young artists.

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