It focuses on two of Mendelssohn’s concertos. Piano Concerto No. 1 was written for himself to play when he was about Lisiecki’s age. He must have been a fantastic pianist and Lisiecki proves a splendidly poetic, vibrant advocate. 2, which drew praise from Schumann, has terrific power, and Lisiecki and the thrillingly energetic Orpheus Chamber Orchestra do it proud, treating it as chamber music on a big scale. Alongside the two concertos, Lisiecki gives us a pair of Mendelssohn’s finest solo works, which he plays with characteristic elegance and refinement
This album has an average beat per minute of 115 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. conductor: Bjarne Fiskum). Recent albums by Edvard Grieg. BBC Music, Volume 23, Number 13: Edvard Grieg: Incidental music from Peer Gynt, Stenhammar: Symphony no. 2. 2015. Grieg: Piano Sonata, Notturno, Mendelssohn: Variations serieuses, Caprice, Liszt: Piano Sonata. Complete Symphonic Works, Volume 4. 2014.
The second volume of 'Mendelssohn - Complete Chamber Music for Strings', four SACDs in total, is dedicated to compositions from the last third of the composer’s life. Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy did not compose his six mature string quartets continuously, but at certain turning points in his musical life and biography. Just under a decade later, a completely different Mendelssohn appears in the territory of the string quartet, historically dominated by the mature works of Beethoven. Mendelssohn’s Quartet in F minor, Op. 80, seems to be more of an outcry than a cultivated piece of chamber music, triggered by the death of his beloved sister Fanny in May 1847.
Felix Mendelssohn's Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66 was composed in 1845 and published in February 1846. The work is scored for a standard piano trio consisting of violin, cello and piano. Mendelssohn dedicated the work to the violinist Louis Spohr, who played through the piece with the composer at least once. R. Larry Todd, Routledge, Part I. The Chamber Music of Mendelssohn: drafted 1845, retouched during the summer, sent in February 1846 with a dedication to Spohr and published the same month by Breitkopf and Novello. Piano Trio No. 2: Scores at the International Music Score Library Project (IMSLP). Performance of Piano Trio No. 2 by the Claremont Trio from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in MP3 format.
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4 Chamber music featuring the Double Bass. For ensembles of double basses. 1 String quintets: 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass.
|Cello Sonata No. 1 In B-flat Major, Op. 45||(20:15)|
|A1||Mvt 1 Allegro Vivace||8:46|
|A2||Mvt 2 Andante||4:56|
|A3||Mvt 3 Allegro Assai||6:24|
|A4||Variations Concertantes, Op. 17||8:32|
|Cello Sonata No. 2 In D Major, Op. 58||(24:35)|
|B1||Mvt 1 Allegro Assai Vivace||8:04|
|B2||Mvt 2 Allegretto Scherzando||4:45|
|B3||Mvt.3 Adagio; Attaca Subito, Mvt4 Molto Allegro E Vivace||11:37|
|B4||Song Without Words, Op. 109||3:37|
|Trio In D Minor, Op. 49||(30:00)|
|C1||Molto Allegro Ed Agitato|
|C2||Andante Con Moto Tranquillo|
|C3||Scherzo - Leggiero E Vivace|
|C4||Finale - Allegro Assai Appasionate|
|Trio In C Minor, Op. 66||(31:18)|
|D1||Allegro Energico E Con Fuoco|
|D3||Scherzo - Molto Allegro Quasi Presto|
|D4||Finale - Allegro Appasionato|
|String Quartet In E-Flat Major "Jugendquartett"||(24:10)|
|E2||Adagio Non Troppo||6:01|
|E4||Finale - Fugo||5:12|
|String Quartet No. 6 In F Minor, Op. 80||(24:13)|
|F1||Allegro Vivace Assai||7:37|
|F4||Finale - Allegro Molto||5:51|
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- Cello – Joseph Schuster (tracks: A1 to B4), Richard Harrand* (tracks: E1 to F4), Thomas Blees (tracks: C1 to D4)
- Ensemble – European String Quartet (tracks: E1 to F4), Trio Bell'Arte (tracks: C1 to D4)
- Liner Notes – Egon F. Kenton
- Piano – Artur Balsam* (tracks: A1 to B4), Martin Galling (tracks: C1 to D4)
- Viola – Fritz Händschke (tracks: E1 to F4)
- Violin – Siegfried Führlinger (tracks: E1 to F4), Susanne Lautenbacher (tracks: C1 to D4), Thomas Kakuska (tracks: E1 to F4)
NotesInsert, single sheet with tracklisting and notes.
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|SVBX 582||Mendelssohn*||Chamber Music, Volume II (3xLP + Box)||VOX||SVBX 582||US||1968|