Alfred Schnittke - Cello Concerto / Stille Musik / Cello Sonata Album FLAC
|7||Sonata For Violoncello And Piano|
|8||Stille Musik For Violin And Cello|
|8.554465||Alfred Schnittke||Cello Concerto / Stille Musik / Cello Sonata (CD, RE)||Naxos||8.554465||USA & Canada||1998|
|8.554465||Alfred Schnittke, Maria Kliegel, Raimund Havenith • Burkhard Godhoff • Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra • Gerhard Markson||Alfred Schnittke, Maria Kliegel, Raimund Havenith • Burkhard Godhoff • Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra • Gerhard Markson - Cello Concerto / Stille Musik / Cello Sonata (CD, RE)||Naxos||8.554465||Europe||1998|
|8.223334||Alfred Schnittke, Maria Kliegel, Raimund Havenith, Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Gerhard Markson||Alfred Schnittke, Maria Kliegel, Raimund Havenith, Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Gerhard Markson - Cello Concerto (Stille Musik • Cello Sonata) (CD)||Marco Polo||8.223334||Unknown|
- Cello – Maria Kliegel
- Composed By – Alfred Schnittke
- Conductor – Gerhard Markson
- Liner Notes – Keith Anderson
- Orchestra – Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra
- Painting [Cover] – Benjamin Chai
- Piano – Raimund Havenith
- Producer – Martin Sauer (tracks: 5 to 8), R. Hauck (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Violin – Burkhard Godhoff (tracks: 5)
Tracks 1 to 4, recorded on 20th and 21st September 1990.
Tracks 5 to 8, recorded on 4th and 5th October 1990.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – HNH International Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – HNH International Ltd.
Alfred Schnittke. Maria Kliegel. Peaceful Music Stille Musik, for violin & cello. It includes an orchestral concerto, a chamber sonata, and a solo work for cello, all written in his most distinctive later style between 1978 and 1986. These three works display Schnittke's indebtedness to older composers as well as his originality. One quality of Schnittke's modernism is that he takes the music of the past as his recognizable subject not that he re-composes but rather that he reveals his structural evolution, with the effect that his music never sounds arbitrary or wholly unfamiliar. The cello concerto resounds with memories of Tschaikowsky and Moussorgsky, by way. Listen free to Alfred Schnittke SCHNITTKE: Cello Concerto, Stille Musik, Cello Sonata Cello Concerto No. 1: Pesante Moderato, Cello Concerto No. 1: Largo and more. 8 tracks 72:10. Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. HTML code. Album station. Sonata for Cello & Piano in C Major, Op. Andante grave. Mattia Zappa, Massimiliano Mainolfi, Sergei Prokofieff. 119: III. Allegro, ma non troppo. Mattia Zappa, Massimiliano Mainolfi, Alfred Schnittke. Play full-length songs from Cello Concerto, Cello Sonata by Alfred Schnittke on your phone, computer and home audio system with 1998 8 Songs. By Alfred SchnittkeSaarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra & Maria Kliegel. Cello Concerto: II. Cello Concerto: III. Allegro vivace. Cello Concerto: IV. den Rhein, Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, Bach: 2-Part Inventions, BWV772-786 Arensky: Piano Trio No. 2 in F-, . Please enter a search term. Search for Music. Advanced Search. By Composer. By Artist. Peaceful Music Stille Musik, for violin and cello. Alfred Schnittke Composer. Cello Sonata No. 1 Work. Maria Kliegel Cello , Raymund Havenith Piano , Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra Orchestra , Gerhard Markson Conductor. Alfred Schnittke 1934-1998: Concerto per violoncello e orchestra n. 1 1986 - Natalia Gutman, violoncello - Orchestra Sinfonica del Ministero the Tempo of the tracks from Cello Concerto, Stille Musik, Cello Sonata 1990 by Альфред Гарриевич Шнитке. A cello concerto sometimes called a violoncello concerto is a concerto for solo cello with orchestra or, very occasionally, smaller groups of instruments. These pieces have been written since the Baroque era if not earlier. However, unlike the violin, the cello had to face harsh competition from the older, well-established viola da gamba. As a result, few important cello concertos were written before the 19th century with the notable exceptions of those by Vivaldi, . Bach, Haydn and