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Frédéric d'Erlanger
Concertos & orchestral music

Prélude Romantique (1934): Adagio Allegro moderato

Andante Symphonique for cello and orchestra op.18 (1903): Adagio quasi lento Andante Allegro Allegretto Agitato Allegro moderato Allegro molto GJ

Sursum Corda! Prélude pour grand orchestre (1919): Largo Larghetto Allegro moderato

Ballade for cello and orchestra (1926): Lento, maestoso Allegro moderato GJ

Concerto Symphonique for piano and orchestra (1921) VS
i Maestoso Allegretto Allegro
ii Scherzo: Marcato e staccato
iii Moderato assai Larghetto
iv Moderato ma appassionato

World Premiere Recordings

Johannes Wildner (conductor)
BBC Concert Orchestra
GJ Guy Johnston (cello)
VS Victor Sangiorgio (piano)

Recorded: Watford Colosseum, 27-29 March 2012

Frédéric d'Erlanger's romantic Piano Concerto, Concerto Symphonique, dates from 1921. Brilliantly played by Victor Sangiorgio all flashing pianism and sumptuous orchestration it will appeal to lovers of the romantic concerto. It is coupled with two delectable shorter works for cello and orchestra: the Ballade (1926) and the Andante Symphonique (1903). Beautifully projected by cellist Guy Johnston, one immediately wonders why we had not heard them before. Similarly romantic is d'Erlanger's comparatively small output of orchestral music, which is well represented here by Sursum Corda! (1919) and the Prélude Romantique (1934). This is a gorgeous survey of a deserving romantic composer.

F. d'Erlanger: Concertos & Orchestral Music - BBC Concert Orchestra & Johannes Wildner

CDLX 7300

“… this must be one of the juiciest yet. [of plums pulled from the pie of obscurity]” “The performances are exemplary.”
“d’Erlanger gets as good a relaunch as he could have hoped for. Guy Johnston pours his heart out in the two cello pieces, and Victor Sangiorgio is a glittering soloist in the Concerto symphonique.” Martin Anderson, International Record Review, July/August 2013
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