Notes & Reviews:
Wim Van Hasselt, professor of trumpet at the University of Music Freiburg, presents this colorful program of music for trumpet in a variety of combinations. Wilhelm von Grunelius's Chant d'Automne was inspired by Baudelaire's poem of the same name. It is one of two world premierčs recorded here, alongside Iván Fischer's Eine Deutsch-Jiddische Kantate, which employs texts by Avrom Sutzkever, Rainer Maria Rilke, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and others. The use of texts is a recurring theme in this program. At the end of the final movement of Hindemith's Trumpet Sonata, the composer incorporates Bach's chorale Alle Menschen müssen sterben. This recording features a variety of soloists including Iván Fischer's daughter, soprano Nora Fischer, and both world premičre recordings are performed by the Budapest Festival Orchestra.
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Emil Gilels - Schubert: Sonate, etc; Liszt: Sonate
Joseph Haydn: Cello Concerto C major; Mozart: Cello Concerto; C.P.E. Bach: Cello Concerto / Valentin Radutiu, cello. Stephan Frucht, Münchener Kammerorchester
Mendelssohn: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 4; Jörg Widmann (b.1973): Ad absurdum / Sergei Nakariakov, trumpet; Jörg Widmann, Irish Chamber Orchestra
The Aeolian Organ at Duke University Chapel - Works by Bolcom, Brewer, Dupre, Fleury, Gigout, Howells, Lemare, Sibelius & Vaughan Williams / Christopher Jacobson, organ; Amalgam Brass Ensemble
Schumann: Complete Piano Trios; Complete String Quartets; Fantasiestücke, Op. 88 / Matteo Fossi, piano; Alberto Maria Ruta, violin; Lorenzo Cerlani, cello
Noriko Ogawa plays Erik Satie on an 1890 Erard piano, Vol. 1
Leopold Mozart: Serenade in D for trumpet & trombone; Concerto in E flat for 2 horns; Sinfonia in G 'Neue Lambacher' / Aljoscha Zierow, tpt; Fabrice Millischer, trb; Carsten Duffin & Philipp Romer, horns
Works for Brass & Clarinet / Schänner Blech-Füfermusig; David Jud, clarinet; Lorenz Stöckli, trumpet; Fabian Jud, flugelhorn; Jérôme Müller, tenorhorn; Tobias Zwyer, tuba
Beethoven: Piano Trios, Vol. 3 / Trio No. 2, Op. 1/2; Trio No. 6, Op. 70/2; Trio Movement, WoO 39 / TrioVanBeethoven