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Wydawnictwo: Paladino music
Nr katalogowy: PMR 0105
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2020
EAN: 9120040732035
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Instrumenty: wiolonczela, fortepian
Rodzaj: scherzo

Salut d’Amour

Paladino music - PMR 0105
Kompozytor

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Franz Schubert, Fritz Kreisler, Gabriel Fauré, Karl Davidov, Moritz Moszkowski, César Cui, Fritz Kreisler, Georg Goltermann, Sir Edward Elgar, Rudolf Glickh , Balduin Sulzer, Maria Theresia von Paradis, Sergei Prokofiev, Jean Françaix, Paul Voigt, Johannes Brahms
Wykonawcy
Martin Rummel, cello
Gerda Guttenberg, piano
Stefan Stroissnig, piano
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco:
Figaro. Concert Transcription

Franz Schubert:
Ave Maria, Op. 54/2 (arr. D. Popper)

Fritz Kreisler:
Syncopation (arr. M. Rummel)

Gabriel Fauré:
Apres un reve, Op. 7/1 (arr. P. Casals)

Karl Davidov:
Romance sans Paroles, Op. 23
Am Springbrunnen, Op. 20/2

Moritz Moszkowski:
Guitarre, Op. 45/2 (arr. M. Rummel)

César Cui:
Cantabile, Op. 36/2

Fritz Kreisler:
Marche miniature viennoise (arr. M. Rummel)

Georg Goltermann:
Romanze, Op. 96/1

Sir Edward Elgar:
Salut d’amour

Rudolf Glickh:
Ein Traum, Op. 20

Balduin Sulzer:
Bagatelle, Op. 123a

Maria Theresia von Paradis:
Sicilienne (arr. M. Rummel)

Sergei Prokofiev:
Scherzo (arr. M. Rejtich)

Jean Françaix:
Mouvement perpétuel (arr. M. Gendron)

Paul Voigt:
Gavotte, Op. 20 (arr. D. Smith)

Johannes Brahms:
Wiegenlied, Op. 49/4 (arr. M. Rummel)
Cellist Martin Rummel presents a carefully curated selection of miniature pieces for cello and piano. Amusing, virtuoso, reflecting and energetic pieces take turns, combining all-time favorites such as Fauré’s Apres un reve with lesser known gems like Ein Traum (“A Dream”) by the Viennese composer Rudolf Glickh. Rummel, whose recordings continually receive rave reviews worldwide, together with his duo partners Stefan Stroissnig and Gerda Guttenberg once again proves that the cello repertoire still has lots to discover. His personal and highly readable liner notes make this a particularly endearing release for cello-lovers and those who want to discover its possibilities.

Recording: Schloss Weinberg, Kefermarkt/Austria, 4 Dec 2012 (1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 13–15), 19 Dec 2019 (3, 6, 7, 10–12, 16–18)

Zobacz także:

  • ARS 38578
  • ACC 26501
  • NFPMA 99145
  • KAR 742
  • ALC 1420
  • PTC 5186774
  • CHAN 20239(2)
  • CAR 83511
  • NEOS 12029
  • KTC 1679