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Music of 19th c. Jewish German Composers Vol 1

Brull - Romantic Piano Music

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2014

Originally recorded in 2007

Artists:

Janet Olney

piano

Venue:

Recital Room

2 Oct 2007

Record Label
Cameo Classics

Genre:

Piano




Total Time - 48:22
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IGNAZ BRÜLL

  Music for Piano  
   
 

Opus 45

 
1 Theme and Variations 6:51
2 Breton Melody 2:29
3 Ballad 3:57
   
 

Opus 51

 
4 Berceuse 3:37
5 Spanish Dance 1:47
   
 

Opus 11

 
6 Romance 3:32
7 Impromptu 3:52
8 Mazurka 2:13
9 Bereuse 1:44
   
 

Opus 72

 
10 Song 1:48
11 Mazurka 2:14
12 March 3:42
13 Slummer Song 1:41
14 Waltz 1:22
15 Scherzo 2:35
16 In the Forest 1:46
17 In the Mill 3:12
  TT 45:10      
 Janet Olney piano
   


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Sadly, nearly all of Brüll’s compositions have lain unheard by the public for over a century. Many never will be heard as even his great friendship with Brahms could not save him from the anti-Semetism being fuelled by Wagner and Liszt during the 19th century. Hitler idolized Wagner, and he ordered that scores of the music of Jewish composers be searched for and burnt. Fortunately for us many of them were well hidden.

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