Leoš Janáček, Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester, Edward Gardner, James Ehnes - Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 mp3 album
Album · 2015 · 13 Songs. The Ballad of Blaník, JW VI/16. Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester & Edward Gardner. Sumarovo dite (The Fiddler's Child), JW VI/14. Melina Mandozzi, Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester & Edward Gardner.
Conductor – Edward Gardner (tracks: 1 To 13). Orchestra – Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester (tracks: 1 To 13). Soprano Vocals – Susanna Andersson (tracks: 7 To 10). Violin – James Ehnes (tracks: 2), Melina Mandozzi (tracks: 4 To 6). Notes.
Janáček: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2. Melina Mandozzi (violin), Susanna Andersson (soprano), James Ehnes (violin). Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Edward Gardner. Leader Milina Mandozzi does well to show the way through this mysterious, powerful work. - Gramophone Magazine, July 2015 Mor. elease Date: 5th May 2015. Catalogue No: CHSA5156. Series: Janacek: Orchestral Works. Presto Recordings of the Year. Bergen filharmoniske orkester. Recorded: 24-27 November 2014. Recording Venue: Grieghallen, Bergen, Norway. 2 James Ehnes. Violin Concerto, JW IX/10 "Wandering of a Little Soul" (Completed by L. Faltus & M. Stedron). 3.
This second volume of Leos Janácek's orchestral works by the fine and sympathetic Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra under Edward Gardner is necessarily something of a mixed bag, with a couple of unfinished works, several pieces that more or less qualify as obscurities, and just one repertory work, the symphonic poem Taras Bulba, JW VI/15. Several completions have been offered for Janácek's late single-movement, transparently textured Violin Concerto ("The Wandering of a Little Soul"), and each one militates in favor of more frequent performances for the work; violinist James Ehnes is superior here, with a sharp, tense sound that fits Janácek beautifully. The Ballad of Blanik and The Fiddler's Child are little tone poems, the latter with a striking soprano vocalise, that might spice up any number of orchestral programs. That work from the World War I years is vintage Janácek, a programmatic evocation of scenes from Nikolai Gogol's epic novel that has the composer's trademark mixture of vividness and compression. James Ehnes. Exclusive Prime pricing. Janáček: Orchestral Works, Vol. "Please retry". On the heels of the first volume in this series, Maestro Gardner, his Bergen ensemble and some notable soloists combine familiar and less frequently performed works by Janacek that demonstrate his versatility-yet his distinctive voice-as a composer. The 12-minute violin concerto is an interesting fragment, while the "Jealousy" and "Blanik" tone poems are both full of energy and variety.
Jánacek: Orchestral Works, Vol. Hybrid SACD. Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Orchestra: Collegium Musicum, Edvard Grieg Kor, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra, Bergen Domkor, Bergen Philharmonic Choir. Conductor: Edward Gardner. Composer: Leos Jánacek.
Edward Gardner, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra - Janacek: Orchestral Works, Vol. 2 (2015) FLAC (tracks) . Analyzed: Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Edward Gardner, Janacek - Orchestral Works, Volume 2 –. 2 James Ehnes, Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra & Edward Gardner. James Ehnes has an extensive discography of over 30 recordings featuring music ranging from . Recent projects include a disc featuring concertos by Britten and Shostakovich, three CDs of the music of Béla Bartók as well as a recording of Tchaikovsky’s complete oeuvre for violin. Upcoming releases include a double CD of the complete violin works by Prokofiev and a recording of Khachaturian’s Violin Concerto paired with Shostakovich’s String Quartets Nos. 7&8. His recordings have been honored with many international awards and prizes, including a Grammy, a Gramophone,.
|1||Jealousy JW VI/10||5:30|
|2||Violin Concerto 'The Wandering Of A Little Soul' JW IX/10||12:05|
|3||The Ballad Of Blanik||7:43|
|The Fiddler's Child,JW VI/14|
|4||Con Moto-Vivo-Adagio-Allegro-Tempo Vivo-Tempo I-Meno Mosso-Allegro-||4:57|
|5||Larghetto-Poco Mosso-Tempo I-Con Moto-Con Moto-Meno Mosso-Con Motto||5:48|
|The Danube,JW IX/7 (1923-1925)|
|7||1 .Andante-Un Poco Più Mosso-Con Moto||3:33|
|8||2 .[ ]-Un Poco Più Mosso-Meno Mosso-Presto-[ ]-Adagio-||4:55|
|9||3 .Allegro-Meno-Più Mosso-Più Mosso-Meno Mosso-Tempo I||3:09|
|10||4 .[Allegretto]-[Waltz]-[Più Mosso]-Più Mosso-[Poco Tranquillo]-Presto||4:22|
|Taras Bulba,JW VI/15 (1915-1918)|
|11||I. The Death Of Andry. Moderato,Quasi Recitativo-Più Mosso-Andante-Allegro Vivo-Più Mosso-Adagio-Un Poco Più Mosso-Un Poco Più Mosso-Adagio-Lento-Allegro-L'Istesso Tempo-Allegrp-Adagio-Presto-Adagio||8:07|
|12||II. The Death Of Ostap. Moderato-Allegro-Tempo I(Moderato)-Vivo-Moderato-Vivo-Più Mosso-Meno Mosso||5:26|
|13||III. !the Prophesy And The Death Of Taras Bulba. Con Moto-Maestoso-Presto-L'Istesso Tempo-Un Poco Più Mosso-Maestoso-Allegro-Tempo I(Con Moto)-Allegro-Coda. Andante-Maestoso-Meno Mosso-Grave||9:08|
- Composed By – Leoš Janáček (tracks: 1 To 13)
- Conductor – Edward Gardner (tracks: 1 To 13)
- Orchestra – Bergen Filharmoniske Orkester (tracks: 1 To 13)
- Soprano Vocals – Susanna Andersson (tracks: 7 To 10)
- Violin – James Ehnes (tracks: 2), Melina Mandozzi (tracks: 4 To 6)
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