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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: HC 17054
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2018
EAN: 881488170542
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: walc, rondo, duo

Bruckner: Piano Works

Haenssler - HC 17054
Wykonawcy
Ana-Marija Markovina, piano
Rudolf Meister, piano
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
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Aus Kitzlers Studienbuch:
Sonatensatz in g-Moll, WAB deest
Walzer in Es-Dur, WAB 27
Galopp (Polka) in C-Dur, WAB 18
Duo
Thema und Variationen in G-Dur, WAB 23
Marsch in C-Dur
Walzer in C-Dur, WAB 26
Chromatische Etüde in F-Dur, WAB 4
Rondo in G-Dur
Andante in Es-Dur, WAB 3
Menuett und Trio in G-Dur, WAB 15
Thema in F-Dur
Etüde in G-Dur, WAB 6
Andante in d-moll, WAB 2

Lancier-Quadrille in C-Dur, WAB 120
Drei kleine Stücke zu vier Händen, WAB 124
Quadrille zu vier Händen, WAB 121
„Klavierstück” in Es-Dur, WAB 119
„Stille Betrachtung an einem Herbstabend" in fis-Moll, WAB 123
„Steiermärker” in G-Dur, WAB 122
„Fantasie” in G-Dur, WAB 119
„Erinnerung” in As-Dur, WAB 117
Bruckner’s piano works (the compositions and sketches from the study book and the published works) occupy, at best, a marginal position in the eyes of the concert world, performers, listeners and organisers. Their rich substance is yet to be duly acknowledged, for these small-scale works are the fascinating building-blocks of great music. The school with which the composer allied himself through his study with connoisseurs of revolutionary musical initiatives (notably Otto Kitzler) has here been embraced by the genius to full effect.

This programme thus exudes a simplicity that, as if revealing a secret, opens up a new world in the same way as the study book does. Ana-Marija Markovina shows us this world in her rendition of the pieces and, besides convincing us of the merit of her interpretation, she notably instils in us a more profound understanding of this great symphonic composer. Prof. Helmut Reuter (Translation: Fred Maltby for JMB Translations, London).

Recordings: Kammermusiksaal Bottrop July 18, 2017 & February 10/11, 2018, Studio Gottschling, Dülmen Bösendorfer Imperial 290

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