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MOSER, R.: Spielmusik / 3 Lieder / Oboe Concerto, Op. 86 / Ballade / Scherzo / Honolulu Foxtrott (Suter)

MOSER, R.: Spielmusik / 3 Lieder / Oboe Concerto, Op. 86 / Ballade / Scherzo / Honolulu Foxtrott (Suter)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Adeline Oprean

Soloist

Alexandre Foster

Soloist

Andrea Suter

Soloist

Botond Kostyak

Soloist

Christoph Schiller

Soloist

Diego Chenna

Soloist

Jan Schultsz

Soloist

Kaori Tanaka

Soloist

Tamara Russo

Soloist

Venue:

Grosser Saal & Radiostudio Zurich, Switzerland


Musik-Akademie Basel, Switzerland



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 67:03
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MOSER, R.: Spielmusik / 3 Lieder / Oboe Concerto, Op. 86 / Ballade / Scherzo / Honolulu Foxtrott (Suter)

     
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RUDOLF MOSER

1 

Ballade, Op. 3

6:48
 Adeline Oprean Soloist
     
2 

Scherzo, Op. 19

6:03
 Jan Schultsz Soloist
     
3 

Honolulu Foxtrott

5:13
 Jan Schultsz Soloist
     
 

Spielmusik, Op. 57, No. 3

 
4 I. Andante con moto 2:37
 Kaori Tanaka Soloist
     
5 II. Vivace 2:55
 Botond Kostyak Soloist
     
6 III. Larghetto 2:24
 Botond Kostyak Soloist
     
7 IV. Allegretto 3:21
 Botond Kostyak Soloist
     
8 V. Presto 2:25
 Diego Chenna Soloist
     
 

Spielmusik, Op. 78

 
9 I. Andante 2:10
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
10 II. Menuet I 1:22
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
11 III. Menuet II and Menuet I da capo 2:33
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
12 IV. Sarabande 2:35
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
13 V. Bourree 1:05
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
14 VI. Musette and Bourree da capo 2:22
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
15 VII. Gigue 1:54
 Christoph Schiller Soloist
     
 

WILLIAM WOLFENSBERGER

 

3 Lieder, Op. 14

 
16 No. 1. Klage 1:32
 Jan Schultsz Soloist
     
 

JAKOB PROBST

17 No. 2. Wozu 2:25
 Andrea Suter Soloist
     
18 No. 3. An einen Schmetterling 1:54
 Andrea Suter Soloist
     
 

RUDOLF MOSER

 

Oboe Concerto, Op. 86

 
19 I. Allegro moderato 5:43
 Tamara Russo Soloist
     
20 II. Andante 3:02
 Alexandre Foster Soloist
     
21 III. Vivace 6:40
 Botond Kostyak Soloist


Rudolf Moser | Spielmusik
 
This new production originated at the initiative of the Musik-Akademie der Stadt Basel. It draws our attention to a significant composer and will keep his name from unjustly falling into oblivion. A biography by Hanns Buchli published in 1964, a few years after Moser’s death, contains a typical characterization of his music that was printed in a local Freiburg daily: "Moser is one of the few Reger pupils who braved the power of this giant and did not abandon himself to epigonism. His predominant trait is an outpouring of lyrical sensitivity and, in his music, he reacts to the gentlest and most intimate stimuli. All experimentation with constructions concocted purely in the mind was foreign to him. Borne by an indomitable formative will, he rounded everything off seamlessly on his way to perfection. Moser never gave in to fashionable trends. His inner powers of development grew from work to work and found new expressive means. Yet he deliberately avoided the dazzle and splendor of the instrumental idiom." Moser was also a lieder composer with a distinctively personal style. He was the born lyricist, who possessed a particularly subtle sense of intimate effects. While never becoming precious, his harmony is carefully chosen to bring out the softest emotional tones; his melodies are striking, yet artless and inward. The melodic line, which often proceeds from a folkloric idea, rises soulfully above a rigorously economical piano part. - He was often accused of looking to the past; his critics cited his longing for Bach, whom he revered above all. But this is unjust. To be sure, he borrowed old forms, but interpreted them in his own way... He used church modes not to revive any bygone Middle Ages, but because major and minor were too limiting; he needed them to expand his tonal range, like another would use the 12-tone scale ...
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