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SCHUMANN, R.: Piano Concerto / Conzertstuck / Introduction and Allegro appassionato (Oppitz, Bamberg Symphony, Andreae)

SCHUMANN, R.: Piano Concerto / Conzertstuck / Introduction and Allegro appassionato (Oppitz, Bamberg Symphony, Andreae)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2012

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra


Andreae, Marc


Gerhard Oppitz

Soloist

Marc Andreae

Soloist

Venue:

Joseph-Keilberth-Saal, Konzerthalle Bamberg



Record Label
Tudor

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 76:39
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SCHUMANN, R.: Piano Concerto / Conzertstuck / Introduction and Allegro appassionato (Oppitz, Bamberg Symphony, Andreae)

     
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ROBERT SCHUMANN

     
 

Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 54

 
1 I. Allegro affettuoso 13:49
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
2 II. Intermezzo: Andantino grazioso 5:36
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
3 III. Allegro vivace 10:40
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
     
4 

Introduction and Concert Allegro, Op. 134

13:23
 Marc Andreae Soloist
     
 

Conzertstuck in F major for 4 Horns and Orchestra, Op. 86 (early version for piano and orchestra)

 
5 I. Lebhaft 7:14
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
6 II. Romanze 4:48
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
7 III. Sehr lebhaft 5:37
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
     
 

Introduction and Allegro appassionato, Op. 92

 
8 I. Introduction: Langsam 3:27
 Marc Andreae Soloist
9 II. Allegro 12:05
 Gerhard Oppitz Soloist
 Andreae, Marc


During his short and turbulent life, Robert Schumann often composed as if in a trance. This exuberance, this impulsivity is particularly apparent in his works for piano and orchestra, all closely connected to his love for Clara Wieck. – “A cross between symphony, concerto and great sonata, not a concerto for the virtuoso” was his aim – and this is brilliantly realized; however, these works require a virtuoso with nimble, as well as strong and sensitive fingers, a pianist able to recreate Schumann’s unique romantic world. Gerhard Oppitz achieves this in exemplary fashion, flawlessly mastering the technical demands in an interpretation imbued with a very personal passion for one of our greatest composers – all the while supported by and in dialogue with an orchestra ideally suited to his vision: the Bamberger Symphoniker. 

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