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SCHULHOFF, E.: Piano Concerto No. 2 / Double Concerto for Flute and Piano, Op. 63 / Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Ensemble (Zoon, Zichner)

SCHULHOFF, E.: Piano Concerto No. 2 / Double Concerto for Flute and Piano, Op. 63 / Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Ensemble (Zoon, Zichner)

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release date: June 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

Orchestra

Roland Kluttig

Conductor

Camerata Quartet

Ensemble

Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin

Orchestra

Frank-Immo Zichner

Soloist

Jacques Zoon

Soloist

Frank-Immo Zichner

Soloist

Leipzig String Quartet

Chamber

Record Label
Capriccio

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 65:04
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SCHULHOFF, E.: Piano Concerto No. 2 / Double Concerto for Flute and Piano, Op. 63 / Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Ensemble (Zoon, Zichner)

     
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ERWIN SCHULHOFF

 

Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 43

 
1 I. Molto sostenuto 05:28
2 II. Sostenuto 05:28
3 III. Allegro alla jazz 06:18
 Frank-Immo Zichner Soloist
     
 

Double Concerto for Flute and Piano, Op. 63

 
4 I. Allegro moderato 07:48
5 II. Andante 04:57
6 III. Rondo: Allegro con spirito 06:21
 Jacques Zoon Soloist
  Frank-Immo Zichner Soloist
     
 

Concerto for String Quartet and Wind Ensemble

 
7 I. Allegro moderato 09:00
8 II. Largo 07:29
9 III. Finale: Allegro con brio 05:35
 Camerata Quartet Ensemble
     
 

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

10 

Rondo a capriccio in G Major, Op. 129, "Rage over a lost penny" (arr. E. Schulhoff for orchestra)

06:40
 Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin Orchestra
     
  Roland Kluttig Conductor


Erwin Schulhoff, born in 1894 as the son of a rich businessman in Prague, already knew as a small child that music was to become the most important thing in his life. As an internationally successful pianist and composer, he was one of the most important Czech artists in the first half of the 20th century. The young composer abruptly became aware of the earnestness of life with the outbreak of the First World War. Schulhoff felt disgust at the horrors of combat he experienced first-hand as a soldier. He could not compose during this period. In 1918, he noted in his diary in profound disillusion: ‘It is an atmosphere in which it can frequently happen that you lose faith in yourself’. In Dresden Schulhoff came first into contact with a young artistic generation of Dadaists. For the artists scarred by the war, Dadaism was an expression of their attitude towards life: rage, helplessness and nihilism found expression in word and image as glaring derision, scorn and shameless provocation. In this climate, Schulhoff discovered the jazz that was spilling over from America. This, too, can absolutely be seen as a provocation in the Dadaist sense. The Concerto for Piano and Small Orchestra WV 66 is a wild blend of Impressionist, late-Romantic and jazz-inspired sounds and rhythms.

"... Performances are unfailingly tidy and sympathetic, the 2007 recordings by Deutschlandradio Kultur excellent, and any readers yet to encounter the varie output of this fascinating figure (who succumbed to tuberculosis at the age of 48 in a Bavarian concentration camp) could do a lot worse than investigate this likeable release."

Andrew Achenbach - Gramophone magazine - September 2014


                     Music *****   (Excellent)        Sound **** (Very Good)

Giselher Schubert - Fono Forum magazine (Germany) - September 2014




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