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FRANZ & CARL DOPPLER EDITION 2/10

THE COMPLETE FLUTE MUSIC - Volume 2 / 10
Claudi Arimany, János Bálint, Karl-Heinz Schütz, Shigenori Kudo, Ingrid Kertesi, Joan Espina, Alan Branch, Orquesta Sinfónica Ciudad de Elche, Leonardo Martínez

1CD · C5296 PC: 21 845221052960

Andante et Rondo, Op. 25 for two flutes and piano (F)
“Pásztorhangok” (Shepherd’s Tune) for soprano, two flutes and piano © (WPR)
Morceaux favoris sur “La Dame Blanche” opéra de F.A.Boieldieu for solo flute with piano ad libitum (F) (WPR)
“Az ujabb zene gyöngyei. A Legkedveltebb Csárdások”. Füzet 2
(The recent Hungarian music pearls. The most popular Csardas. Book 2) for flute and   piano © (WPR)
Duo sur “Don Giovanni” opéra de W.A.Mozart for two solo flutes (F) (WPR)  
Potpourri sur “Faust” (Margarethe) opéra de Ch.Gounod  for piano and flute (F) (WPR)
“Le Désir” (Cramer-Doppler) for flute and piano (F) (WPR)
“Souvenir de Prague” Duo Concertant for two flutes and orchestra  (F&C) (WPR)
C = Carl Doppler / F=Franz Doppler / WPR=World premiere recording
 
Claudi Arimany, János Bálint, Karl-Heinz Schütz, Shigenori Kudo, flutes
Ingrid Kertesi, soprano · Joan Espina, violin · Alan Branch, piano
Orquesta Sinfónica Ciudad de Elche • Leonardo Martínez, conductor
The Doppler brothers played a dominant role in the K&K Monarchy’s musical life as composers, conductors, musicians and as orchestral soloists. They were on good terms with acknowledged artists of the era, such as Ferenc Liszt, Ferenc Erkel, or Jozsef Bajza.
This is the second release in a set of 10 CDs comprising the Dopplers' complete music for flute(s), including various arrangements. Flautist Claudi Arimany spent decades researching this project, inspiring many famous musicians to become involved in its realisation.

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FRANZ & CARL DOPPLER EDITION 1/10

THE COMPLETE FLUTE MUSIC - Volume 1 / 10
Claudi Arimany, Andrea Griminelli, János Bálint, Shigenori Kudo, Alan Branch, Orquesta Sinfónica Ciudad de Elche, Leonardo Martínez

1CD · C5295 PC: 21 845221052953

Fantaisie sur des motifs hongrois, Op. 35 for two flutes and piano (F&C)
Fantaisie sur un motif de Beethoven, Op. 46 for flute and piano (F) (WPR)
Duettino über Amerikanische National-Motive, Op.37 for flute, violin and piano (original    version) (F) (WPR)
Morceaux favoris sur “La Muette de Portici” opéra de D. Auber for solo flute with piano ad libitum (F) (WPR)
“Az ujabb zene gyöngyei. A Legkedveltebb Csárdások”. Füzet 1 (The recent Hungarian music pearls. The most popular Csardas. Book 1) for flute and piano ©       (WPR)
Duo sur “Preciosa” opéra de C. M. von Weber for two solo flutes (F) (WPR)
Potpourri sur “Dinorah” opéra de G. Meyerbeer for piano and flute (F&C) (WPR)
Duo Concertante über Motive aus der Oper “Rigoletto” von Verdi for two flutes and orchestra (original 1853 Doppler orchestral version) (F&C) (WPR

C = Carl Doppler / F=Franz Doppler / WPR=World premiere recording

Claudi Arimany, Andrea Griminelli, János Bálint, Shigenori Kudo, flutes
Joan Espina, violin · Alan Branch, piano
Orquesta Sinfónica Ciudad de Elche • Leonardo Martínez, conductor
The Doppler brothers played a dominant role in the K&K Monarchy’s musical life as composers, conductors, musicians and as orchestral soloists. They were on good terms with acknowledged artists of the era, such as Ferenc Liszt, Ferenc Erkel, or Jozsef Bajza.
This is the second release in a set of 10 CDs comprising the Dopplers' complete music for flute(s), including various arrangements. Flautist Claudi Arimany spent decades researching this project, inspiring many famous musicians to become involved in its realisation.

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FRANZ LISZT

Grandes études de Paganini · Transcendental Etudes after Paganini · Variations sur Le Carnaval de Venise de Paganini
WOJCIECH WALECZEK, piano

1CD · C5276 PC: 21 845221052762

What a man, what a violin, what an artist! […] And his expression, his manner of phrasing, and finally his soul!’ Franz Liszt, 1831 (about Paganini)
The transcriptions and arrangements of Paganini’s études represent a special case and, besides a bow before the great colleague, demonstrate demands on extreme technical skills. In his études, the pianist Liszt is quite evidently endeavouring to place alongside the Devil’s violinist Niccolò Paganini a Devil’s Pianist, which he completely succeeds in doing. In general, recourse is taken to the second version (1851)  today, as it seems to be in keeping with Liszt’s definitive desire. However, all the more interesting on this CD is a direct comparison with the earlier version (1838), which exhibits an even more dense notation and difficulties transcending technical borders.

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BEETHOVEN - The Solo Concertos

Piano Concertos Nos. 1-5 · Triple Concerto · Violin Concerto · Violin Romances
Isabelle van Keulen · Julian Steckel · Wiener KammerOrchester · Stefan Vladar, piano & conductor

4CD-Box · C7210 PC: 23 845221072104

In conjunction with his Viennese Chamber Orchestra, the Austrian pianist and conductor Stefan Vladar presents a new studio production of the solo concertos by Ludwig van Beethoven. He does so in proven twin function in the spirit of Viennese musical tradition:
As a pianist and conductor in one person, it is possible to convey a better overall impression of these concertos and I understand this more than expanded chamber music as pure solo concertos with orchestra.(Stefan Vladar)
Supported by high-quality soloists, the virtuoso concertos experience a contemporary performance somewhere between tradition and a chamber musical interpretation: “With Beethoven, you have to have stamina as well as perfection and great vision. Actually, you have to be able to perform almost superhuman things.(Isabelle van Keulen)
This is a new and fascinating sound document from the musical metropolis of Vienna: “Of course, performing music in Vienna is something very special. Here, there is a natural understanding, an energy and a passion for music that is by no means common.(Julian Steckel)




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Première Portraits - EMANUELE D’AGUANNO

VINCENZO BELLINI · GAETANO DONIZETTI · GIOACCHINO ROSSINI
EMANUELE D’AGUANNO, tenor · CHARLES SPENCER, piano

C3005 PC: 01 (Special Price) 845221030050


VINCENZO BELLINI (1801 – 1835)
[1] Malinconia, Ninfa gentile · [2] Vanne, o rosa fortunata  · [3] Almen se non poss'io · [4] Per pieta, bell'idol mio · [5] Ma rendi pur contento · [6] Torna, vezzosa Fillide · [7] · La ricordanza · [8] Vaga luna, che inargenti
GAETANO DONIZETTI (1797 – 1848)
[9] E morta · [10] Eterno amore e fe · [11] Amore e mort · [12] Il pescatore
[13] Il barcaiolo
GIOACCHINO ROSSINI (1792 – 1868)
La promessa · [15] Il rimprovero · [16] La partenza · [17] L' orgia

With “Première Portraits” CD-Edition Capriccio set an example for the support of young and talented artists and invite them to release their première CD for a worldwide audience.
Emanuele D’Aguanno is one of the most promising young tenors of his generation. He imposes himself at the “Toti dal Monte” Competition in Treviso (Paolino in Cimarosa's Il matrimonio segreto), and immediately started an intense activity which led him to perform quickly in many important houses in Italy and abroad. Among his most important recent engagements: Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore conducted by Bruno Campanella and Die Frau ohne Schatten conducted by Zubin Mehta at Teatro Comunale in Florence, L'elisir d'amore at Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, Lucrezia Borgia directed by Christoph Loy at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich, Salieri's Il mondo alla rovescia at Teatro Filarmonico in Verona, Verdi's Otello (Cassio) at the Canadian Opera in Toronto, Hasse's Piramo e Tisbe with Europa Galante conducted by Fabio Biondi at the Whistun Festival in Salzburg and in Montpellier, Don Giovanni (Don Ottavio) in Glyndebourne, Mayr's Medea in Corinto (Egeo) conducted by Ivor Bolton at the Bayerische Staatsoper in Munich and Il ritorno di Ulisse in patria (Giove and Anfinomo) for his debut at Teatro alla Scala in Milan conducted by Rinaldo Alessandrini.

 

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