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TO 0147

Bernhard Sekles - Chamber Music

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Noreen Silver

- (cello)

Phillip Silver

- (piano)

Solomia Soroka

- (viola & violin)

Venue:

Blue Griffin Studios, Lansing, Michigan

28, 29 & 31 May 2012

Engineer:

Sergei Kvitko



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Chamber




Total Time - 65:43
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BERNHARD SEKLES

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Chaconne on an Eight-Bar March-Theme, Op.38, for viola & piano *

8:58
   
 

Cello Sonata, Op.28 (1919)

 
2 I Sostenuto assai (Schwerlastend) - Allegro marcato ma moderato 8:58
3 II Intermezzo: Lento - Presto - Prestissimo 4:48
4 III Tema con Variazioni 13:34
   
 

Capriccio in Four Movements for Piano trio

 
5 I Praeludio: Moderato ma energico 2:07
6 II Scherzino: Vivace 2:17
7 III Intermezzo: Larghetto 2:17
8 IV Finale: Yankee-Doodle con Variazioni - Allegretto comodo (Nicht schnell) 4:20
   
 

Violin Sonata, Op.44

 
9 I Allegro ma non troppo 4:03
10 II Andantino 5:24
11 III Vivace 2:41
12 IV Allegro maestoso 6:16
   


Bernhard Sekles (1872–1933) was one of the leading figures in German music in the first decades of the twentieth century, prominent as composer, educator and administrator. In 1928, as director of the Hoch Conservatorium in Frankfurt, he established the first academic programme in jazz studies, an act of courage and conviction that unleashed furious attacks from the Nazi press. His own music, banned during the Third Reich, has been virtually forgotten, although he composed in all major genres, including opera, symphony, lieder and chamber music. As the works on this recording illustrate, Sekles’ music finds room for diverse elements – including Neoclassicism, Brahmsian Romanticism and jazz – and can be refreshingly quirky.

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