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ZEISL, E.: Little Symphony after Pictures of Roswitha Bitterlich / November / Concerto Grosso for Cello and Orchestra (Lysy, Stulberg)

ZEISL, E.: Little Symphony after Pictures of Roswitha Bitterlich / November / Concerto Grosso for Cello and Orchestra (Lysy, Stulberg)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2013

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

Artists:

UCLA Philharmonia

Orchestra

Neal Stulberg

Conductor

UCLA Philharmonia

Orchestra

Antonio Lysy

Soloist

Venue:

Royce Hall, UCLA, United States

Venue

Record Label
Yarlung

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 73:51
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ERICH ZEISL

     
 

Kleine Symphonie nach Bildern der Roswitha Bitterlich (Little Symphony after Pictures of Roswitha Bitterlich)

 
1 I. The Madman (Der Wahnsinnige) 05:41
2 II. Poor Souls (Arme Seelen) 04:39
3 III. The wake (Der Leichenschmaus) 02:47
4 IV. Expulsion of the Saints (Die Vertreibung der Heiligen) 13:59
 UCLA Philharmonia Orchestra
     
 

November

 
5 No. 1. All Souls 03:06
6 No. 2. Souvenir 02:44
7 No. 3. Rainy Day 02:14
8 No. 4. Dance of the Fallen Leaves 01:38
9 No. 5. Shepherd's Melody 03:17
10 No. 6. Victory of Winter 03:56
 UCLA Philharmonia Orchestra
     
 

Concerto Grosso for Cello and Orchestra

 
11 I. Pesante Moderato 12:08
12 II. Scherzo 05:14
13 III. Theme and Variation 12:28
 Antonio Lysy Soloist
     
 Neal Stulberg Conductor


Music Director Neal Stulberg conducts the UCLA Philharmonia in ... three hitherto unrecorded orchestral compositions by Eric Zeisl. Representing his Viennese years are his bold, richly scored (and not so little) Little Symphony: After Pictures of Roswitha Bitterlich (1935-36) and the intimate November: Six Sketches for Chamber Orchestra (1937-40). Epitomizing Zeisl’s maturity in Los Angeles is the dramatic Concerto Grosso for ’Cello and Orchestra (1955-56), his last large-scale orchestral work [performed here by Yarlung star and GRAMMY winning ’cellist Antonio Lysy].

In 1935, Zeisl attended a wildly popular exhibition of art works by Roswitha Bitterlich, a fourteen-year-old Tyrolean girl. Struck by her singular visions, the young composer feverishly drafted what proved to be his only symphony. He later recalled, “The paintings, that is rather the ideas behind the paintings, provided such a stimulus that immediately after coming home from the exhibition I started out to set these ideas in music and completed the work … in 4 days.”    --Malcolm S. Cole

The Bitterlich painting on the cover of the album, "The Madman," is the image which inspired the first movement of Zeisl’s symphony.  

 "...This call for an all-round magnificent release, and not just for the music, which ranges from stunningly beautiful and deeply moving to rib-ticklingly funny... This calls for the most urgent recommendation possible."

Jerry Dubins - Fanfare - March/April 2014


"... Lysy plays with feeling and polish. the orchestra for this program is a college group and a remarkably polished one ... this is strong stuff that had me weeping and chuckling by turns..."

David W Moore - American Record Guide - November/December 2013




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