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DALE, B.: Viola Music (Complete) (The Romantic Viola) (Yuko Inoue, S. Coombs)

DALE, B.: Viola Music (Complete) (The Romantic Viola) (Yuko Inoue, S. Coombs)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

RAM Viola Sextet

Ensemble

Yuko Inoue

Soloist

Stephen Coombs

Soloist

RAM Viola Sextet

Chamber

Venue:

Dukes hall of The Royal Academy of Music, London, UK

Venue

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 63:54
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DALE, B.: Viola Music (Complete) (The Romantic Viola) (Yuko Inoue, S. Coombs)

     
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BENJAMIN DALE

     
 

Suite in D minor, Op. 2

 
1 I. Fantasy-Prelude 10:27
2 II. Romance 10:37
3 III. Finale 12:07
 Yuko Inoue Soloist
 Stephen Coombs Soloist
     
4 

Introduction and Andante, Op. 5

10:38
 RAM Viola Sextet Ensemble
     
5 

Phantasy in D major, Op. 4

20:05
 Yuko Inoue Soloist
 Stephen Coombs Soloist
     


Benjamin Dale’s compositions are relatively few in number but of great distinction. In particular it was Dale’s friendship with Lionel Tertis, the father of modern viola playing, which inspired a series of outstanding works for the instrument. The monumental Suite for Viola and Piano in D major combines virtuosity and beautiful melodic writing, while the single movement Phantasy for Viola and Piano opens and concludes with a sublimely memorable tune. Written for Tertis and his pupils, the Introduction and Andante for Six Violas was described by Dale’s teacher, Frederick Corder, as “a work of remarkable beauty, power and originality”.

                       Repertoire *****      Sound ****    Interpretation *****

 

Hans-Dieter Grünefeld - Ensemble magazine - December 2013/January 2014




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