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Chamber Music - BADINGS, H. / FELDMANN, K. / DENISOV, E. / BISCHOF, R. / KRIGUL, U. (Balladesque Variations) (Feldmann, Gurtner, Haselbock)

Chamber Music - BADINGS, H. / FELDMANN, K. / DENISOV, E. / BISCHOF, R. / KRIGUL, U. (Balladesque Variations) (Feldmann, Gurtner, Haselbock)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Martin Haselbock

Soloist

Klaus Feldmann

Soloist

Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 54:42
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Chamber Music - BADINGS, H. / FELDMANN, K. / DENISOV, E. / BISCHOF, R. / KRIGUL, U. (Balladesque Variations) (Feldmann, Gurtner, Haselbock)

     
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HENK BADINGS

1 

It is Dawning in the East

17:02
 Klaus Feldmann Soloist
     
 

KLAUS FELDMANN

2 

Elegie

10:33
 Martin Haselbock Soloist
     
 

EDISON DENISOV

3 

In Deo speravit cor meum

10:03
 Klaus Feldmann Soloist
     
 

RAINER BISCHOF

4 

Valenciana

11:33
 Martin Haselbock Soloist
     
 

ULO KRIGUL

5 

Rock and Rolls

5:31
 Martin Haselbock Soloist


Flute and guitar? Beautiful. Or violin and guitar? An experience. As in the case of almost all imaginable chamber music line-ups, which have long since been tried out with success and for which comprehensive literature is available. But guitar and organ? A „balladesque variation“ - as the title of this recording already suggests. 

Nevertheless. Despite the fact that the „queen of instruments“, similar to an orchestra, has almost boundless possibilities at its disposal there is still one thing an organ cannot do: produce a plucked tone. For that one needs a guitar. 

Although the acoustic possibilities of the two instruments cannot be compared, both melt together to create an astonishing sound – and the listener soon forgets that the organ’s tonal dimensions are actually superior to those of the guitar. 

A challenge for Martin Haselböck and Klaus Feldmann, because in such a line-up the organ must be registered with an extraordinary amount of caution and the guitar should not be subjected to an attempt to go beyond the instrument’s tonal possibilities. 

If a flute joins this combination of instruments (guest performer: Christian Gurtner), it no longer comes as a shock; listeners who have become devoted to the enchanting combination of organ and guitar enjoy a pleasant enrichment to the listening experience.

 
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