- Winfried Rademacher (Violin)
Notes & Reviews:
Arnold Schönberg in 1922 said of Max Reger, "In my view, Reger must be played often; 1. Because he wrote a lot; 2. Because he is dead and we still do not have any clarity about him. (I consider him a genius). Arnold Schönberg founded the Society for Musical Private Performances in November of 1918 in Mödling. The purpose of the organization was 'to give Arnold Schönberg the opportunity personally to carry out his intention of providing artists and art lovers with a veritable and precise knowledge of Modern Music' (Alban Berg 1919). The group put special emphasis on performing works by Max Reger. This arrangement of Reger's Violin Concerto Op. 101 was written by Rudolf Kolisch (1896-1978), a violinist who studied under Schrecker and Schönberg. Featured soloist on this recording is Winfried Rademacher, professor of violin at the Musikhochschule in Trossingen. He is respected both in the concert hall and in the recording studio.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Deutschlandfunk Köln, Kammermusiksaal (12/16/2010-12/19/2010).
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Works DetailsReger, Max [Composer] : Concerto for Violin in A major, Op. 101
- Performer: Winfried Rademacher (Violin)
- Ensemble: Linos-Ensemble
- Notes: Deutschlandfunk Köln, Kammermusiksaal (12/16/2010-12/19/2010)
- Running Time: 57 min. 21 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Concerto