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Chamber Music, page 61

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Paganini - Violin Concertos Nos.5 & 2 - Dubach - Monte Carlo - Foster

Paganini - Violin Concertos Nos.5 & 2 - Dubach - Monte Carlo - Foster
ID: CLAVES509408
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Orchestra

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In the Mirror of Time - Paul Badura-Skoda - Franz Schubert - Forellenquintett D667 - The Trout Adagio e Rondo Concertante D487

In the Mirror of Time - Paul Badura-Skoda - Franz Schubert - Forellenquintett D667 - The Trout Adagio e Rondo Concertante D487
ID: ARNR1298
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Classical Music, Schubert, Chambermusic, Paul Badura-Skoda, Piano

In the Mirror of Time, sheds new light on a masterpiece of European classical music, Franz Schubert's quintet, The Trout.

The art of interpretation in the mirror of time: the great Viennese pianist Paul Badura Skoda offers us two interpretations of the same piece, played 39 years apart.
The first is taken from a historical recording made in 1958, and the second was recorded in Vienna in 1997.
It is remarkable to hear how the early interpretation of the young pianist is intimately tied to the one recorded 39 years later.
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Musical dynasties - Ambartsumjan Violins

Musical dynasties - Ambartsumjan Violins
ID: ART312
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Violin

Ambartsumjan Violins quartets was established in 2009 when the Ambartsumjan family (Levon, Shakhida, Alexander and Anna, all violinists)

Levon Ambartsumjan and Evgeny Rivkin (CD 1: 1) Levon and Shakhida Ambartsumjan (CD 1: 2-4, 5-7) Levon and Mary Ambartsumjan(CD 1: 8) Levon, Alexander, Anna and Shakhida Ambartsumjan (CD 1: 9-10) Levon Ambartsumjan Alexander and Shakhida (CD 2: 1-7) Levon, Alexander, Anna and Shakhida Ambartsumjan(CD 2: 8-11) Levon Ambartsumjan Shakhida and Evgeny Rivkin (CD 2: 12-15)
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Works for Piano - Denes Varjon, piano - Veress - Dutilleux - Bartók

Works for Piano - Denes Varjon, piano - Veress - Dutilleux - Bartók
ID: CLAVES501113
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Swiss benefactor and conductor who commissioned works from all three composers. Then, a certain instrumental colour with a Central European tinge in Bartók and Veress, but also in Dutilleux, French composer who uses - probably as a form of tribute - one of the most emblematic of Hungarian instruments, the cimbalom.

Three great 20th century classics interpreted by Heinz Holliger, composer, conductor, oboist and pianist ; a friend of Paul Sacher’s, he was also Sándor Veress’ pupil in his composition class in Bern.Hungarian pianist Dénes Várjon - who won the Géza Anda prize in Zurich - plays Veress’ Concerto with finesse and conviction, defending the composer with brio, as he did in his amazing Hommage à Paul Klee for two pianos, with András Schiff and Heinz Holliger for Teldec).

Finally, to complete the trio, one of the best Swiss chamber orchestras of today, the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, whose fundamental repertoire includes the three works presented on this CD.
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Svendsen and Bruch : STRING OCTETS - Tharice Virtuosi

Svendsen and Bruch : STRING OCTETS - Tharice Virtuosi
ID: CLAVES501207
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: String Orchestra

Svendsen’s first important work is paired with the very last work by his contemporary Max Bruch, and certainly impressed Svendsen’s contemporaries. He must have shown it to Saint-Saëns when they performed together in the late 1860s, for Saint-Saëns quotes the opening of Svendsen’s slow movement almost note for note in the minuet from the second movement of his first cello concerto! Bruch wrote his Octet in early 1920, just a few months before his death. It was apparently a reworking of a quintet he had written the year before, in which he stipulated that it might be performed by a string orchestra. Bruch substitutes a double bass for the second cello and this adds an extra resonance to the lower strings that somehow enhances the work’s undeniably autumnal quality.
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Maurice Steger - Telemann: Solos and Trio Sonatas for Recorder

Maurice Steger - Telemann: Solos and Trio Sonatas for Recorder
ID: CLAVES502112
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music

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Trio Nota Bene - Swiss Perspective - Swiss Perspective - Raff - Martin - Bloc - Honegger

Trio Nota Bene - Swiss Perspective - Swiss Perspective - Raff - Martin - Bloc - Honegger
ID: CLAVES502912
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Trio

After a first volume dedicated to Russian music (Claves CD 502720), the young Nota Bene Trio from the canton of Valais, Switzerland, are back with a programme that is 100% ….Swiss! This recording is truly a sensational experience as many of these chamber riches are still relatively unknown.

E. Bloch - Three Nocturnes
A. Honegger - Piano Trio in F minor
F. Martin - Trio on Popular Irish Folk Tunes for piano, violin & cello
J. Raff - Piano trio No. 1
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Mendelssohn - Piano Concertos Op. 25 & Op. 40 - Chamber Version - Fumiko Shiraga

Mendelssohn - Piano Concertos Op. 25 & Op. 40 - Chamber Version - Fumiko Shiraga
ID: CLAVES502910
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Quartet

The Japanese pianist Fumiko Shiraga has made a specialty in recent years of performing famous concertos with a small group of instrumentalists. She calls this project “concertos in disguise.” “It was common in the 19th century to present concert performances of large-scale works in a scaled-down version,” she explains. “There were many fewer orchestras then on the musical scene than there are today, and so one had recourse to the musicians that were available and adapted the music according to the instrumentarium.” Beyond such practical considerations, these arrangements can be appreciated on a purely artistic level. To Fumiko Shiraga’s mind, small formations offer many advantages. “When one plays with an orchestra, the result depends in large part on the conductor, on his or her ideas and ability to enter into the world of the soloist. With a small ensemble it is quite different - one is flexible, reactive. One reaches the limits of fortissimo much more quickly, and thus the piano has much wider expressive possibilities, particularly in the intimist register.” For her first recording for Claves, she has chosen Felix Mendelssohn’s concertos Opus 25 and Opus 40, arranged by Cord Garben for piano and string quintet. Plus: six Romances without Words delicately arranged for piano, violin, and cello. Chamber music on symphonic or soloist notes - a rediscovery!
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Mozart - Concertos For Horn and Orchestra - Bruno Schneider, horn - OCPV - Giuranna

Mozart - Concertos For Horn and Orchestra - Bruno Schneider, horn - OCPV - Giuranna
ID: CLAVES509121
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Horn

W.A. Mozart:
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Valery Beluntsov - Pentahedron - Chamber Music

Valery Beluntsov - Pentahedron - Chamber Music
ID: ART133
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Voices and Chamber Ensemble

Grigorij Jakovlev, baritone
Jaroslav Kostrykin, basson (1-7)
Petr Kondrashin Jr., cello (8-11)
Vladimir Beluntsov, piano (1-11)
Vadim Ryzhkov, piano (12, 13)

Soloists of Studio for New Music Ensemble
Ivan Bushuev, flute
Ekaterina Fomitskaja, violin
Mikhail Dubov, piano (14)
Maxim Zolotarenko, cello (14)
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