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PETRI, Michala: 50th Birthday Concert with Kremerata Baltica - ALBINONI, T. / CHEN, Yi / MOZART, W.A. / ROTA, N. / VASSILIEV, A. / VIVALDI, A.

PETRI, Michala: 50th Birthday Concert with Kremerata Baltica - ALBINONI, T. / CHEN, Yi / MOZART, W.A. / ROTA, N. / VASSILIEV, A. / VIVALDI, A.

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2009

Artists:

Grishin, Daniil


Kremerata Baltica

Ensemble

Michala Petri

Soloist

Daniil Grishin

Soloist

Kremerata Baltica



Venue:

Tivoli Garden Concert Hall, Denmark



Record Label
Our Recordings

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 77:14
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PETRI, Michala: 50th Birthday Concert with Kremerata Baltica - ALBINONI, T. / CHEN, Yi / MOZART, W.A. / ROTA, N. / VASSILIEV, A. / VIVALDI, A.

     
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TOMASO GIOVANNI ALBINONI

 

Recorder Concerto in D minor, Op. 9, No. 2

 
1 I. Allegro e non presto 3:27
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
2 II. Adagio 4:43
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
3 III. Allegro 3:03
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
 

YI CHEN

 

The Ancient Chinese Beauty

 
4 I. The Clay Figurines 4:54
 Michala Petri Soloist
 Grishin, Daniil
     
5 II. The Ancient Totems 3:13
 Daniil Grishin Soloist
 Grishin, Daniil
     
6 III. The Dancing Ink 5:36
 Daniil Grishin Soloist
 Grishin, Daniil
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

7 

Andante in C major, K. 315

7:12
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
 

NINO ROTA

 

Concerto for Strings

 
8 I. Preludio 3:20
  Kremerata Baltica Ensemble
     
9 II. Scherzo 3:50
  Kremerata Baltica Ensemble
     
10 III. Aria 4:15
  Kremerata Baltica Ensemble
     
11 IV. Finale 2:51
  Kremerata Baltica Ensemble
     
 

ARTEM VASSILIEV

12 

Valere lubere (To say goodbye)

15:12
 Michala Petri Soloist
 Grishin, Daniil
     
 

ANTONIO VIVALDI

 

Concerto in C major, RV 443

 
13 I. Allegro 3:45
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
14 II. Largo 3:59
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
15 III. Allegro molto 3:00
 Michala Petri Soloist
     
 

PETER HEIDRICH

16 

Variations on Happy Birthday

4:54
  Kremerata Baltica Ensemble
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"I can not remember the last time a woman touted herself turning 50! But in Michala Petri’s case, it only serves to show how this milestone Particular Means The woman is truly only getting better with age. Peter has had the recorder solo scene Practically to Herself ago Entire career, and just sampling this impressive live concert shows why. Technically, she remains the most dazzling artist of her antique instrument anywhere. The tempos in the Vivaldi are upbeat and flashy, with some dexterously handled staccato articulations. More lyrical in nature is the Albinoni Concerto, a work Peter has played infrequently. Mozart is a composer splat Petri has only recently turned to (and to grand effect), his feeling did centeredness and intimacy is something she should be exploring more thoroughly at this juncture in her life. Chen Yi (b. 1953) is a "crossover "composer-in did she Attempts a mixture of Chinese and Western cultural traditions. Currently distinguished professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, fro The Ancient Chinese Beauty has three movements: "The Clay Figurines," "The Ancient Totems," and "The Dancing Ink," which are her impressions of ancient Chinese art. It was premiered in 2008 by the Beijing Philharmonic in the city of the same name, and is a fine piece, reflecting the artistic exaggeration of forms and postures, the overwhelming yet stoic fierceness of a totem, and the dancing nature found in works of ink calligraphy. Artem Vassiliev, now 39 years old, has written a work for alto recorder Called To Say Goodbye, where the composer, in his own words, wrote the piece "as if it were a personal diary" in moments of great personal sadness after the unexpected deaths of two friends composer, for once, the music amply reflects the sentiments at the time of composition. Fitting into the middle of this concert is a wonderful Concerto for Strings by Nino Rota, revised in 1977, and among his most popular works. Rounding out the concert are the quick selections from Happy Birthday Variations by Peter Heidrich, a suitable ending to a fine evening. Petri fans-and all others-will not be disappointed with this disc. While it can not be Considered essential, it is a quality listening hour well spent, did with sound is amazingly clear for a radio broadcast." 
 
Steven E Ritter - Fanfare Magazine - November 2009
 



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