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LEIBOWITZ: Suite / Serenade / Flute Sonata / 3 Pieces for Piano / Motifs

LEIBOWITZ: Suite / Serenade / Flute Sonata / 3 Pieces for Piano / Motifs

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 1996

Artists:

Nussbaum, Walter


Walter Nussbaum

Conductor

Roland Hermann

Soloist

Salome Kammer

Soloist

Walter Nussbaum

Soloist

Claude Helffer

Soloist

Georges Martin

Soloist

J Marc Reichow

Soloist

Jean Michel Fournerau

Soloist

Johannes Kosters

Soloist

Margrit Siber

Soloist

Ensemble Aisthesis



Venue:

Radiostudio Zurich, Switzerland/ Hans Rosbaud-Studio, Baden-Baden, Germany



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 71:38
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LEIBOWITZ: Suite / Serenade / Flute Sonata / 3 Pieces for Piano / Motifs

     
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RENE LEIBOWITZ

 

Flute Sonata, Op. 12b

 
1 I. Adagio - Allegro molto 2:02
 Margrit Siber Soloist
     
2 II. Canon: Largo assai 2:09
 Margrit Siber Soloist
     
3 III. Variations: Scorrevole e tranquillo 3:36
 Margrit Siber Soloist
     
 

3 Pieces, Op. 19

 
4 No. 1. Allegro moderato 3:30
 Claude Helffer Soloist
     
5 No. 2. Agitato 1:51
 Claude Helffer Soloist
     
6 No. 3. Andante 3:20
 Claude Helffer Soloist
     
 

FRIEDRICH HOLDERLIN

 

Serenade, Op. 38

 
7 I. Praeludium: Allegro moderato 1:05
 Walter Nussbaum Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

CLEMENS BRENTANO

8 II. Lied, "Hor es klagt die Flote wieder" 1:35
 Johannes Kosters Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
9 III. Intermezzo: Allegro vivo 1:25
 Johannes Kosters Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

RENE LEIBOWITZ

10 IV. Arie, "An Luise Hensel" 1:36
 Johannes Kosters Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

FRIEDRICH HOLDERLIN

11 V. Finale: Marsch - Melodram - Coda, "Halfte des Lebens" 2:12
 Johannes Kosters Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

RENE LEIBOWITZ

12 

Marijuana, variations non serieuses, Op. 54

6:03
 Walter Nussbaum Conductor
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

3 Poemes, Op. 73

 
13 No. 1. Lento 0:43
 Georges Martin Soloist
     
14 No. 2. Poco mosso 0:28
 Georges Martin Soloist
     
15 No. 3. Vehemente 0:36
 Georges Martin Soloist
     
16 

Motifs, Op. 74

6:41
 Jean Michel Fournerau Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

Petite suite, Op. 75

 
17 I. Allemande: Andantino 1:03
 J Marc Reichow Soloist
     
18 II. Choral: Adagio 1:17
 J Marc Reichow Soloist
     
19 III. Sarabande: Mesto 1:38
 J Marc Reichow Soloist
     
20 IV. Gigue: Prestissimo 1:17
 J Marc Reichow Soloist
     
 

TRISTAN TZARA

21 

Chanson dada, Op. 76b

4:34
 Salome Kammer Soloist
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

RENE LEIBOWITZ

22 

Suite, Op. 81

12:15
 Walter Nussbaum Conductor
 Nussbaum, Walter
     
 

PAUL CELAN

 

4 Lieder, Op. 86

 
23 No. 1. Augenblicke 0:36
 Georges Martin Soloist
     
24 No. 2. In den Gerauschen 0:49
 Roland Hermann Soloist
     
 

RENE LEIBOWITZ

25 No. 3. Deine Augen im Arm 1:09
 Georges Martin Soloist
     
26 No. 4. Du warst mein Tod 1:17
 Georges Martin Soloist
     
 

3 Intermezzi, Op. 87

 
27 No. 1. Allegretto grazioso 1:51
 J Marc Reichow Soloist
     
28 No. 2. Adagio, poco mosso 2:11
 J Marc Reichow Soloist
     
29 No. 3. Allegro appassionato 2:49
 J Marc Reichow Soloist


On 24 November 1948, Theodor W. Adorno wrote to René Leibowitz: "There can be no doubt that your works represent the highest compositional standards that can be found anywhere today - so pure, unerring and uncompromising, and with such a consummate mastery of technical means in all their dimensions that one would like to hold them up as mandatory paradigms for anyone who wants to compose today." But in spite of the impressively positive evaluations of his works by Adorno and other contemporaries, René Leibowitz (1913-1972) became known above all as a conductor, and not as a composer. The fervent Schönberg disciple, who was born in Warsaw, became the chief propagator of the Viennese School in Europe and taught, among others, Hans Werner Henze and Pierre Boulez.
 
In addition to his twelve-tone works, René Leibowitz also produced more than 90 pieces in nearly all musical genres. CDX 29303 - the world’s first recording of works by Leibowitz - also documents the composer’s friendships of many years with Tristan Tzara and Georges Limbour. Germany’s "ensemble aisthesis" offers a cross-section of Leibowitz’s multifaceted chamber-music oeuvre, including songs (with Roland Hermann, baritone) and recitation (with J.M. Fournerau). With its sweeping look at the works of one of this century’s most unjustly neglected composers, this album is a must for everyone who loves the modern classics!
 
The Ensemble Aisthesis for this recording: Susanna Andres, violin | Claudia Sack, viola | Helmut Menzler, violoncello | Johannes Nied, double bass | Brigitte Sauer, flute | Winfrie Rager, clarinet | Tilman Zahn, oboe | Gadi Ledermann, bassoon | Erasmus Kowal, horn | Stefan Geiger, trombone | Gesine Dreyer, harp | Boris Müller, vibraphone | J. Marc Reichow, piano | Salome Kammer, vocal | Jean Michel Fournerau, recitation | Johannes M. Kösters, baritone | Walter Nussbaum, conductor
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