Notes & Reviews:
The latest Dora Pejaèeviè (1885-1923) release on cpo features her first and last works for orchestra and four songs. The finely crafted Piano Concerto op. 33 adheres to the usual three-movement structure of the classical and romantic virtuoso solo concerto. The instrumentation produces highly effective contrasts of texture and color. Four of her thirty expressive songs for voice and orchestra are presented here in versions for voice and orchestra. The Overture in d, her last orchestral work, derives its dramatic tension from its rhythmically striking, syncopated main theme.
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