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WALTER, B.: Violin Sonata / Piano Quintet
In the early part of his musical career, before he became one of the most revered conductors of his time, Bruno Walter saw himself as a conductor-composer much like his friend and rôle model, Gustav Mahler.
Walter: Piano Quintet: II. Ruhig und heiter more >>
LE FLEM, P.: Piano Works
Paul Le Flem belonged to the Parisian circle of Martinů, Tcherepnin and Tansman, summing up his own music as a fusion of three influences: his native Brittany, Debussy and D’Indy.
Le Flem: Mélancolie! more >>
ONSLOW, G.: String Quintets, Vol. 1 – Nos. 20 and 26
An English aristocrat with a mixed heritage, Georges Onslow was highly regarded for his musical talents during his lifetime, being praised by Berlioz and Schumann and becoming known as the ‘French Beethoven’.
Onslow: String Quintet No. 26 in C Minor, Op. 67 : IV. Finale: Allegretto quasi allegro more >>
DAUGHERTY, M.: Tales of Hemingway / American Gothic / Once Upon A Castle
GRAMMY® Award-winning composer Michael Daugherty creates colourful musical portraits in this recording, featuring larger-than-life personalities drawn from 20th-century American culture.
Daugherty: Tales of Hemingway: III. The Old Man and the Sea more >>
SQUIRE, W.H.: Miniatures for Cello and Piano
William Henry Squire was Britain’s leading cellist from the late 1890s to the late 1920s and a prolific artist in the early recording era.
Squire: Chansonnette, Op. 22 more >>
ERKİN, U.C.: Köçekçe / Violin Concerto / Symphony No. 2
Ulvi Cemal Erkin was one of the ‘Turkish Five’, contemporaries who established the foundations of twentieth-century Turkish music by combining Western forms with their own folk traditions.
Erkin: Symphony No 2: III. Allegro - Alla Köçekçe more >>
RODRIGO, J.: Chamber Music with Violin – Sonata pimpante / 7 Cançons valencianes / Capriccio / Serenata al alba del día
Joaquín Rodrigo is best known for his Concierto de Aranjuez, but the fame of this great work has eclipsed a prolific output of almost 200 works including the rarely heard and profoundly original works for violin that span almost his entire life as a composer.
Rodrigo: Sonata pimpante: II. Adagio - Allegro vivace – Adagio more >>
FIELD, J.: Piano Concerto No. 7 / Irish Concerto / Piano Sonata No. 4
Dublin-born prodigy John Field enjoyed a wide reputation and great popularity. He was renowned as a soloist for his delicacy of nuance and as a composer for his cultivation of that most poetic of forms, the nocturne.
Field: Piano Concerto No. 7 in C Minor, H. 58A: II. Rondo: Allegro moderato more >>