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TO 0189

Ernst - Complete Music, Volume 4

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Ian Hobson

1-9

Sherban Lupu

violin, 1-9

Ciompi Quartet

10-13

Sinfonia da Camera

1-9

Venue:

Durham, North Carolina

20-21 March 2013

Foellinger Great Hall, Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, Urbana, Illinois, United States

9 & 12 April 2013

Producer:

Ian Hobson


Samir Golescu



Engineer:

Christopher Ericson


Jason Richmond



Record Label
Toccata

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Strings

Total Time - 66:59
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HEINRICH WILHELM ERNST

 

Violin Concerto in F sharp minor, Allegro pathétique, Op.23

 
1 Allegro moderato - 3:48
2 Solo - 8:03
3 A tempo - Dolce 3:00
4 Molto cantabile - 2:25
5 Lento - 0:50
6 Tempo I - 1:22
   
 

Violin Concertino in D major, Op.12

 
7 I Allegro moderato - 7:38
8 II Adagio - 6:24
9 III Rondo. Allegro moderato 6:56
   
 

String Quartet in B flat major, Op.26 *

 
10 I Allegro non troppo e con grazia 6:59
11 II Andante con moto e con molto tenerezza 9:19
12 III Allegretto animato e scherzoso 3:03
13 IV Finale. Allegro energico 7:12
  TT 66:59      
   
 Sherban Lupu violin, 1-9
 Ian Hobson 1-9
   
  Concerto & Concertino:  
  Quartet:  

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1812 – 1865) was one of the leading musicians of his day, a friend of Berlioz, Chopin, Liszt, and Mendelssohn, and for Joseph Joachim ‘the greatest violinist I ever heard’. But the popular encore pieces by which Ernst is remembered today represent only a fraction of his output. This fourth album – in a series of seven, presenting all his compositions for the first time – contains some of his most important compositions: an early Concertino with a melancholy slow movement and charming waltz finale, the fiendishly difficult Concerto that had a deep influence not only on Liszt’s Piano Sonata but also the violin concertos of Brahms and Sibelius, and the late String Quartet, with its echoes of Beethoven and Mendelssohn and an inwardness, charm, and energy all of its own.



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