Wichtiger Hinweis

Add download to your cart

Romantic Music for Cello and Piano

97414 - Romantic Music for Cello and Piano

aud 97.414
please choose the quality
%: list price EUR 9.99 >> you save EUR 2.70!
Albert Dietrich | Johannes Brahms | Theodor Kirchner | Robert Schumann

"Ich kann nicht umhin, diese ...CD als eine der besten Kammermusikeinspielungen der letzten Zeit zu bezeichnen. Das bezieht sich nicht nur auf die technische Seite der Aufnahme, sondern vor allem auf die musikalische Ausbeute." (Knut Franke, SDR2)

Reviews

American Record Guide | 5/2000 | David W. Moore | September 1, 2000

A summer\'s day is good for listening to this kind of romantic music. Albert Dietrich (1829-1908) was the composer who contributed the first movementMehr lesen

A summer\'s day is good for listening to this kind of romantic music. Albert Dietrich (1829-1908) was the composer who contributed the first movement of the FAE Violin Sonata that Brahms and Schumann also helped with. He had a fine lyrical gift, judging by this 27-minute Cello Sonata, though he isn\'t as compellingly memorable as his two friends. I wonder how he and his older contemporary, Theodor Kirchner (1823-1903) felt when young Brahms (b. 1833) died in 1897? It is nice to couple these good but not great composers with short works by Schumann and Brahms that complement them without forcing a comparison. The Brahms intermezzos are played in transcriptions by Paul Klengel (1854-1935), violinist brother of Julius Klengel, the famous cellist. It is Paul who transcribed the First Violin Sonata of Brahms into a cello sonata, and he is responsible for numerous similar rearrangements of Brahms\'s works. The Opus 116:4 and Opus 117:1 are sensitively handled. Kirchner\'s Eight Pieces are imaginative and harmonically i nventive. All of this is played with warmth and sensitivity by these Munich-based musicians and recorded naturally.
A summer\'s day is good for listening to this kind of romantic music. Albert Dietrich (1829-1908) was the composer who contributed the first movement

Stereoplay
Stereoplay | 2/1990 | Thomas Rübenacker | February 1, 1990

Fürs Repertoire interessant ist diese Duo-Aufnahme wegen der hübschenMehr lesen

Aus urheberrechtlichen Gründen dürfen wir ihnen diese Rezension leider nicht zeigen!
Fürs Repertoire interessant ist diese Duo-Aufnahme wegen der hübschen

Merchant Infos

Romantic Music for Cello and Piano
article number: 97.414
EAN barcode: 4009410974143
price group: BCH
release date: 1. January 1989
total time: 69 min.

News

Show...
date /
Typ
title
Rating
Mar 7, 2005
Award

CD des Tages - Romantic Music for Cello and Piano
Mar 7, 2005
Award

Wertung Musik: 8/10 - Romantic Music for Cello and Piano
Mar 7, 2005
Review

American Record Guide
A summer\'s day is good for listening to this kind of romantic music. Albert...
Mar 7, 2005
Review

Stereoplay
Fürs Repertoire interessant ist diese Duo-Aufnahme wegen der hübschen...

More from these Composers

More from this Genre

...