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CHAN 5040

Stephan: Orchestral Works

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2005

Originally recorded in 2005

Artists:

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra


Oleg Caetani


Sergey Stadler

violin*

Venue:

Robert Blackwood Hall, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia



Producer:

Ralph Couzens



Engineer:

James Atkins


Ryan Egan



Record Label
Chandos

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 63:00
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RUDI STEPHAN

(1887-1915)
Select Complete Single Disc for
   
1 

Music for Violin and Orchestra (1911)*

19:56
  in One Movement  
  Sehr getragen - Etwas belebter - Energisch bewegt -  
   
premiere recording
2 

Music for Orchestra (1910)

24:30
  in One Movement  
  Heftig, nicht schnell - Gedehnt - Belebt - Ruhiger -  
3 

Music for Orchestra (1912)

18:34
  in One Movement  
  Langsam und gedehnt - Lebhaft - Langsam -  
  Also available as SACD CHSA 5040
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Chandos has done lovers of 20th century German music a great service by issuing this program in performances and sound that are exemplary.
American Record Guide

History is full of ‘what ifs…’ and they don’t come much more intriguing that the German composer Rudi Stephan, whose short life ended in 1915 in the trenches of Galicia. He was the most important composer to take up the baton from Reger and would have been a major figure in inter-war music. The three works here, brilliantly recorded, represent almost his total extant output. Well worth investigating.
The Independent




*****
J Mockett