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NI 5884

Delius & Frieg - The complete works for cello & piano

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2012

Originally recorded in 2011

Artists:

Raphael Wallfisch

cello

John York

piano

Venue:

Wyastone Leys, Monmouth

5 & 6 Nov 2011

Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Piano


Instrumental

Total Time - 68:24
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FREDERICK DELIUS

1 

Romance (1896)

6:27
2 

Chanson d'Automne (1911)

2:26
   
 

Sonata for cello and piano (1916)

 
3 Allegro, ma non troppo 5:36
4 - Lento, molto tranquillo 3:49
5 - Tempo I 4:12
   
6 

Caprice (1930)

2:47
7 

Elegy (1930)

4:29
   
 

EDVARD GRIEG

8 

Intermezzo (1866)

4:00
9 

Allegretto (1887)

6:51
   
 

Sonata in A minor Op.36 (1883)

 
10 I Allegro agitate 9:46
11 II Andante molto tranquillo 5:46
12 III Allegro molto e marcato 12:15
   


Friendships between major composers are often important and mutually beneficial, and they shed light on our perception and enjoyment of their music. Schumann and Brahms, Stravinsky and Debussy, Wagner and Liszt, Holst and Vaughan Williams – in each case one life was influenced, aided, inspired and affected by the other in real and tangible ways. So it was, however unlikely it might seem, with Grieg and Delius.

"...The performances throughout are wonderfully responsive and the Nimbus recording first-rate. This is one of those rare collection discs that one can playthrough complete very rewardingly, as if one were at a recital."

Ivan March - Gramophone magazine - Christmas Special edition - December 2012




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