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COV-91711

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COV-91722
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Maurice Ravel
Daphnis & Chloé
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COV-91604
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sweet melancholy
works for viol consort from Byrd to Purcell
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COV91408
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Paris 1937
a hommage to
"Trio d'anches de Paris"
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Leonard Bernstein
Joseph Haydn
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COV 91711

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This CD features two violin concertos; both works have been recorded in an intimate chamber music atmosphere with a direct dialogue between the soloist and the orchestra. Neither of these compositions is a standard work within their genre and both were created by composers for whom the concerto played a peripheral role in their creative activities. Leonard Bernstein would never have utilized the title Concerto for any of his surviving works and concertos make up a negligible proportion of the compositional output of Joseph Haydn. Nevertheless, the Serenade by the former composer and the C major Concerto by the latter reveal a great deal about their creators and their relative historical position as is frequently the case with musical treasures off the beaten track of the musical world.

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Track List
LEONARD BERNSTEIN (1918-1990)
Serenade after Plato´s „Symposium“ for Solo Violin, Strings, Harp and Percussion
1.
I
Phaedrus – Pausanias: Lento – Allegro
06:20
2.
II
Aristophanes: Allegretto
04:04
3.
III
Eryximachus: Presto
01:29
4.
IV
Agathon: Adagio
05:50
5.
V
Socrates – Alcibiades: Molto tenuto – Allegro molto vivace
10:44




JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809)
Violin concerto in C major, Hob. Vlla:1
6.
I
Allegro moderato
09:29
7.
II
Adagio
04:13
8.
III
Final: Presto
04:10


Total time:
46:19

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