Notes & Reviews:
Violina Petrychenko decided to put together a program that would combine the musical traditions of Western Europe and Ukraine. The first part presents two composers, whose work is rooted in the classical traditions: Levko Revutsky and Viktor Kosenko. The remaining three, Kolessa as well as Igor and Juri Shamo, strove to draw on a greater number of folkloristic motifs. It was the piece Carpathian Fantasy by Juri Schamo, which gave her the idea to this program, because the work itself stands for the combination of musical traditions.
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Frankel: Battle of the Bulge / Werner Andreas Albert
Ernst von Gemmingen (1759-1813): Violin Concertos 3 & 4; Francois-Joseph Gossec (1734-1829): Symphony Op. 6/2 / Kolja Lessing, violin; Munich Radio SO
Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838): Violin Sonatas Op. 8/1; Op. 71; Op. 16/2 / Ariadne Daskalakis, violin; Wolfgang Brunner, fortepiano
Walter Braunfels (1882-1954): Don Juan Op. 34; Symphonic Variations on an Old French Nursery Song, Op. 15 / Philharmonisches Orchester Altenburg-Gera, Markus Frank
Schumann: Piano Sonatas for the Young, Op. 118; Songs of Dawn, Op. 133; Sonata No. 3, Op. 14 (original final movement); Sonata No. 4 (realization); Unfinished Sketch of Sonata No. 4 / Jinsang Lee, piano
Opera Fantasies for Violin, Vol. 2 - music of Verdi, Tchaikovsky, Hagen, Sarasate, Gluck, Hubay, Martinu, Handel, Berger / Livia Sohn, violin; Benjamin Loeb, piano
Manhattan Intermezzo - Neil Sedaka: Manhattan Intermezzo (2008); Keith Emerson: Piano Concerto No. 1 (1976); Duke Ellington: New World a-Comin' (1943); Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue / Jeffrey Biegel, piano
Johnn Simon Mayr (1763-1845): Saffo, opera / Andrea Lauren Brown, Jaewon Yun, Markus Schafer, Marie Sande Papenmeyer, Daniel Preis. Concerto de Bassus, Franz Hauk
Amorisms: Music of Paul Moravec (b.1957) - Amorisms; Tempest Fantasy; Sacred Love Songs / Portara Ensemble; Alias Chamber Ensemble