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Walter Braunfels: Vol. 4 - Orchestersuite, Op. 48/Sinfonia Concertante/Hebridentänze, Op. 70

[SACD Hybrid Multi-channel]

Walter Braunfels (1882-1954)

Orchester-Suite e-Moll für grosses Orchester op. 48 (1933-36)
1. i Präludium
2. ii Courante (über J. S. Bach’s a-Moll Fantasie)
3. iii Marsch
4. iv Sarabande
5. v Capriccio

Hebridentänze op. 70 (1950-51) PL
Ein Divertimento nach Schottischen Themen für Klavier und Orchester
6. i Lebhaft –
7. ii Mässige Achtel–
8. iii Lebhaft –
9. iv Sehr ruhig –
10. v Finale

Sinfonia Concertante (1947-48) EK TS TT TR
Konzert für Solo-Violine, Solo-Viola, 2 Hörner und Streichorchester op. 68
11. i Adagio – Allegro – Adagio
12. ii Lebhaft – Trio – Langsam – Tempo I
13. iii Adagio più tosto andante – Tranquillo – Lento
14. iv Allegro di molto

Johannes Wildner conductor

PL Piers Lane piano
EK Ernst Kovacic violin
TS Thomas Selditz viola
TT Tim Thorpe French horn
TR Tim Rumsby French horn

WORLD PREMIERE RECORDING [Orchester-Suite] Produced in association with BBC Radio 3 and the BBC Concert Orchestra

Multi-ch Stereo
All tracks available in stereo and multi-channel

This hybrid CD can be played on any standard CD players

This, the fourth and final volume in Dutton Epoch’s Walter Braunfels series, features conductor Johannes Wildner and the BBC Concert Orchestra, plus guest soloists, in a programme of the composer’s later music. Piers Lane (piano) is the brilliant soloist in the lyrical Hebridentänze, a delightful set of variations on two Scottish folk tunes, while the solo parts of the Sinfonia Concertante are authoritatively projected by Ernst Kovacic (violin) and Thomas Selditz (viola), who are especially effective in the emotional Adagio and contrapuntal Finale. The Suite in E minor presents five contrasted movements composed between 1933 and 1936. Long thought lost, this splendid rediscovery was made possible by the unearthing of the orchestral parts, from which the full score was reconstructed. The earlier volumes in this series have all presented rewarding Braunfels discoveries, and this final volume continues that tradition.

“Followers of the Braunfels revival will certainly want to hear this, and Wildner and his BBC forces go at it with nervous, insistent energy that actually suits the music’s essentially tragic character well ... Piers Lane is easily the most alert and engaging pianist on record in the Hebridentänze ... in repertoire as rare – and as deserving – as this.” Richard Bratby, Gramophone, September 2019

Product ID CDLX7355
Price: £11.99
USD: $14.91 approx EUR: €13.28
1,609 JPY
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