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GM 7381

Peter Fribbins - The Moving Finger Writes

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra


Robertas Servenikas


Anthony Hewitt

piano

Diana Brekalo

piano

Sarah-Jane Bradley

viola

Chilingirian Quartet



Venue:

Cadogan Hall, London

9 Apr 2011 [6-8]

The Orangery, Trent Park, Middlesex University

Aug 2011 [5,9-10]

St Silas Church, Chalk Farm

Nov 2010 [1-4]

Producer:

Michael Ponder

(1-4,5,9-10)

Tony Faulkner

(6-8)

Engineer:

Michael Ponder

(1-4,5,9-10)

Tony Faulkner

(6-8)

Record Label
Guild

Genre:

Chamber




Total Time - 63:45
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PETER FRIBBINS

 

String Quartet No.2 'After Cromer'

 
1 I Presto. Allegro molto e drammatico 6:26
2 II Andante 3:40
3 III Scherzo: Allegro giocoso 4:41
4 IV Finale: Vivo 4:16
5 

A Haydn Prelude

2:46
 Anthony Hewitt piano
 

Piano Concerto

 
6 I Adagio drammatico - Allegro vivo 12:14
7 II Adagio - Andante - Tempo primo 10:11
8 III Allegro vivo - Andante - Adagio - Affrettando - Fugato 8:20
 Diana Brekalo piano
 Robertas Servenikas
 

Fantasias for Viola and Piano

 
9 I Fantasia on Bugail Yr Hafod 5:54
10 II Fantasia on Azt gondoltam eso esik 5:17
 Sarah-Jane Bradley viola
 Anthony Hewitt piano
   


Renowned for his distinctive, passionate and direct musical style, this exciting new album of music by Peter Fribbins follows the critically acclaimed ‘I Have the Serpent Brought’, first-class readings of Fribbins’s chamber music for strings which opened with the highly dramatic 1st String Quartet, released in 2010. The new album opens with the equally striking 2nd Quartet, in a recording by the celebrated Chilingirian String Quartet. This leads, via a piano prelude on themes by Haydn, to the central work on the album, Fribbins’s Piano Concerto, a significant new addition to the British concerto repertoire, performed by talented German pianist Diana Brekalo with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra under Lithuanian conductor Robertas Šervenikas. Distinguished viola and piano duo Sarah-Jane Bradley and Anthony Hewitt complete the album with Fribbins’s beguiling ‘Fantasias’ on Welsh and Hungarian folk songs. This recording offers a hugely enjoyable variety of works and takes its title from the indomitable lines of Omar Khayyám, which Fribbins uses to preface his powerful new Piano Concerto: The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on: nor all thy Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it.

 "...This was for me, an excellent disc full of surprises, and I commend it to your attention."

Lynn René Bayley - Fanfare - May/June 2013


"...Fribbins has much to say musically speaking, and he has been very well served by the thoughtful and imaginative soloists here, and by the recordings in various venues."

Jonathan Woolf - MusicWeb-International.com - 11 October 2012


"Premiere performances of a modern melodic master ... superb performances from the dedicated Sarah-jane bradley and Anthony Hewitt ... Altogether an illuminating portrait of a composer who deserves to be even better known."

Edward Greenfield - Gramophone magazine - Awards Issue - 2012




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