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NX 3172

Cello Recital: Hurtaud, Sébastien: HINDEMITH, P.

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Sébastien Hurtaud

Soloist

Pamela Hurtado

Soloist

Venue:

Wyastone Concert Hall, UK

Venue

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 61:06
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PAUL HINDEMITH

     
 

3 Stucke, Op. 8

 
1 No. 1. Capriccio 03:00
2 No. 2. Phantasiestuck 10:02
3 No. 3. Scherzo 10:22
 Pamela Hurtado Soloist
     
4 

A frog he went a-courting

05:15
 Pamela Hurtado Soloist
     
 

Cello Sonata, Op. 25, No. 3

 
5 I. Lebhaft, sehr markiert (mit festen Bogenstrichen) 01:48
6 II. Massig schnell, gemachlich (durchweg sehr leise) 01:16
7 III. Langsam 04:04
8 IV. Lebhafte Viertel (ohne jeden Ausdruck und stets pianissimo) 00:44
9 V. Massig schnell (sehr scharf markierte Viertel) 01:35
     
 

Cello Sonata

 
10 I. Pastorale 07:23
11 II. Moderately fast 06:16
12 III. Passacaglia 09:21
 Pamela Hurtado Soloist
     
 Sébastien Hurtaud Soloist


Hindemith’s music for cello closely follows his evolution as a composer. With elements which look back to Schumann, Three Pieces, Op 8 is among his earliest published works, while the solo Sonata, Op 25 is indebted to Bach’s Cello Suites and is one of the most intense and demanding of his chamber works. The ingenious variations on A frog he went a-courting are lighter in nature, contrasting with the weighty depths of the Sonata for Cello and Piano. Sébastien Hurtaud was first prize winner at the Adam International Cello Competition in 2009.

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

Anja Renczikowski - Ensemble magazine (Germany) - April/May 2014




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