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SINFONIA VARSOVIA

VIOLIN CONCERTO, SYM. NO.8
Releasedatum: 11-05-2015
Herkomst: NL
Item-nr: 3391288
EAN: 0880040415428
Levertijd: 3 a 5 werkdagen

Recensie

Violist, dirigent en kamermusicus. Ieder facet van het kunstenaarschap van Augustin Dumay wordt op dit dubbelalbum belicht.

Met één van de grootste parels van het klassieke repertoire opent deze uitgave met Dumay als violist en dirigent met een magnifieke uitvoering van Beethoven's Violin Concerto in D. De in het eerste en derde deel gespeelde Cadenza's zijn van een ongekende schoonheid!

En dan: Beethovens's immer als pittig bekend staande Symfonie No. 8. Ook Dumay draagt hier zijn steentje aan bij. Prachtig! Beethoven heeft overigens zijn genegenheid voor deze symfonie nooit onder stoelen of banken gestoken.

Op de tweede CD een meer dan degelijke uitvoering van het String Sextet No. 1 van Brahms. Hier maken wij kennis met de kamermuziekkant van Dumay.

Een compliment ook voor de fraaie uitvoering van het CD-boekje!

Beethoven: Violin Concerto & Symphony No. 8

Beethoven:
Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61
Augustin Dumay (violin, conductor) Sinfonia Varsovia

Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93
Kansai Philharmonic, Augustin Dumay

Brahms:
String Sextet No. 1 in B flat major, Op. 18
Augustin Dumay, Miguela da Silva, Svetlin Roussev, Henri Demarquette, Marie Chilemme, Aurelien Pascal (sextet)


Augustin Dumay, one of the great exemplars of the Franco-Belgian school of violinist (Ysaye, Vieuxtemps, Wienawski, Grumiaux) appears on his new recording as soloist and conductor in a concerto that is contemporaneous with the foundation of what would become known as the Franco-Belgian school. Viotti played an important role in the early years of the movement, and his influence can be heard in Beethoven's great D major concerto of 1806, which after a less than successful premiere and years of neglect, until championed by Joachim in the 1850s, is now considered one of the greatest concertos for the violin. Distinctly chamber-like in mood, the solo part is extremely challenging and exposed, with nowhere to hide, and with no overtly flashy displays of virtuosity for the soloist. The concerto is partnered with Beethoven's compact, extrovert and high spirited 8th Symphony of 1812. Less well received than its companion of the same year, the A major 7th Symphony, Beethoven spoke of his affection for the 8th, and the music captures his boisterous humour, especially in the closing minutes of the work. The second CD is devoted to a third facet of Dumay's artistry: chamber music. Brahms' first String Sextet sees him joined by young musician friends. Brahms commenced his chamber music for strings not with a quartet, which would have invited comparison with Beethoven, but with a sextet. The darker sounds of the additional instruments provided a richer, darker sonority that suited Brahms' complex and rich contrapuntal and tonal palate. The work's premiere was led by Joseph Joachim, the champion of Beethoven's concerto, and a great friend of Brahms and the Schumanns.
Recensent : Jan Jasper
Datum : 15-05-2015
verschenen in Platomania : 318

Tracks

    Disc 1
  1. 1. Allegro Ma Non Troppo
  2. 2. Larghetto
  3. 3. Rondo: Allegro
  4. 1. Allegretto Vivace E Con Brio
  5. 2. Allegretto Scherzando
  6. 3. Tempo Di Minuetto
  7. 4. Allegro Vivace
    Disc 2
  1. 1. Allegro Ma Non Troppo
  2. 2. Andante Ma Moderato
  3. 3. Scherzo: Allegro Molto
  4. 4. Rondo: Poco Allegretto E Grazioso

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