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Trumpet Concertos - works by Goedicke, Bohme, Shakhov, Vasilenko, Arutiunian / Reinhold Friedrich, trumpet

Audio Samples

>Shakhov, Ilya : Romantic Concerto for trumpet & orchestra
>Arutiunian, Alexander : Concerto for Trumpet in A flat major
>Bohme, Oskar : La Napolitaine, tarantella for trumpet & ensemble, Op. 25
>Vasil, Sergey Nikiforovich : Concerto for Trumpet Op. 113
>Goedicke, Alexander : Concert Etude for Trumpet and Piano, Op 49

Album Summary

>Shakhov, Ilya : Romantic Concerto for trumpet & orchestra
>Arutiunian, Alexander : Concerto for Trumpet in A flat major
>Bohme, Oskar : La Napolitaine, tarantella for trumpet & ensemble, Op. 25
>Vasil, Sergey Nikiforovich : Concerto for Trumpet Op. 113
>Goedicke, Alexander : Concert Etude for Trumpet and Piano, Op 49
Performers Conductor Ensembles Composers

Notes & Reviews:

Reinhold Friedrich is one of the leading trumpet soloists of our time.

Shakhov is little known, and outside Russia his name has been subject to various spellings; He nevertheless composed the brilliantly colorful music for what is certainly the most famous Russian puppet show. An Arutiunian contemporary, he initially ran into trouble during the tumultuous Stalin era and was sent off to Siberia.

Sergei Vasilenko opens his trumpet concerto with a grand gesture full of pathos; it is marked by elegiac lines extending far and wide and - in the third movement - is bursting with mirth. Oskar Böhme, the father of Russian trumpet music, offers an animated contrast to the large format concertos with his jaunty tarantella "La Napolitaine." Here and in Goedicke's concert etude Reinhold Friedrich is able to present his dazzling virtuosity.

The whole has been recorded as a radiant 2+2+2 recording, the audiophile listener will also be immediately swept away. This is a dual layer hybrid SACD playable on all CD players.

Gramophone Magazine, May 2013
Connoisseurs of the trumpet repertoire, please take note. You may already have more versions than you want of the ubiquitous Arutiunian...But the other pieces have surely never been so conveniently packaged or so beautifully played...Top-notch recording quality does full justice to Reinhold Friedrich's burnished tone and flawless agility.

Notes & Reviews:

Recording information: Hannover (2011-09-16_2011-09-18&2012-).



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Works Details

>Shakhov, Ilya : Romantic Concerto for trumpet & orchestra
  • Performer: Reinhold Friedrich (Trumpet)
  • Conductor: Christoph-Mathia Mueller
  • Ensemble: Gottinger Symphony Orchestra
  • Notes: Hannover (2011-09-16_2011-09-18&2012-)
  • Running Time: 22 min. 18 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Concerto

>Arutiunian, Alexander : Concerto for Trumpet in A flat major
  • Performer: Reinhold Friedrich (Trumpet)
  • Conductor: Christoph-Mathia Mueller
  • Notes: Hannover (2011-09-16_2011-09-18&2012-)
  • Running Time: 7 min. 51 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Form: Concerto
  • Written: 1950

>Oskar Böhme (1870 - 1938) : La Napolitaine, tarantella for trumpet & ensemble, Op. 25
  • Performer: Reinhold Friedrich (Trumpet)
  • Conductor: Christoph-Mathia Mueller
  • Notes: Hannover (2011-09-16_2011-09-18&2012-)
  • Running Time: 4 min. 1 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1899

>Vasil, Sergey Nikiforovich : Concerto for Trumpet Op. 113
  • Performer: Reinhold Friedrich (Trumpet)
  • Conductor: Christoph-Mathia Mueller
  • Notes: Hannover (2011-09-16_2011-09-18&2012-)
  • Running Time: 7 min. 17 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1945

>Goedicke, Alexander : Concert Etude for Trumpet and Piano, Op 49
  • Performers: Reinhold Friedrich (Trumpet); Marjorie Tyre (Harp)
  • Conductor: Christoph-Mathia Mueller
  • Notes: Hannover (2011-09-16_2011-09-18&2012-)
  • Running Time: 3 min. 12 sec.
  • Period Time: Modern
  • Written: 1948