Strauss - Concertante Works - Tasmin Little, Michael McHale, Michael Collins, Julie Price, BBC Symphony Orchestra - 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 48KHZ)

Strauss – Concertante Works – Tasmin Little, Michael McHale, Michael Collins, Julie Price, BBC Symphony Orchestra – 2019 (FLAC, 24BIT – 48KHZ)

Composer: Richard Strauss
Performer: Tasmin Little – violin, Michael McHale – piano, Michael Collins – clarinet, Julie Price – bassoon
Orchestra: BBC Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Michael Collins
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 48kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Chandos
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Tasmin Little, Michael McHale, Michael Collins, Julie Price, BBC Symphony Orchestra / Richard Strauss – Concertante Works

Richard Strauss (1864-1949)

01. Burleske for Piano and orchestra in D minor, AV85 20:19 – Michael McHale (piano)

Duett-Concertino for Clarinet, Bassoon & Strings, AV147 18:37 – Julie Price (bassoon), Michael Collins (clarinet)

02. I. Allegro moderato 5:53
03. II. Andante 3:03
04. III. Rondo. Allegro ma non troppo 9:41

05. Romanze, TrV 80 8:30 – Michael Collins (clarinet)

Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, TRV 110 29:24 – Tasmin Little (violin)

06. I. Allegro 15:07
07. II. Lento, ma non troppo 6:03
08. III. Rondo. Presto 8:14

The Romanze is Strauss’ first attempt at writing for a soloist and orchestra. The influence of Mozart’s piano concertos, which Strauss was studying at the time, is apparent, not least in the writing for solo clarinet and the orchestral bassoon, and re-visited by Strauss in his final instrumental work the Duett-Concertino from 1947. Like other of his late compositions, this work seems to reject the full-blown expressionism for which we know Strauss best, and reflects a more neo-classical sound. Another early work, the Violin Concerto was first performed in 1882, and demonstrates Strauss’ growing technical skill and developing compositional voice. Strauss ultimately came to distance himself from a piece which he presumably regarded as unrepresentative of his mature style. Many commentators on the works of Strauss have felt that the Burleske was a significant turning point in his development, seemingly pointing the way ahead to the technical dexterity and emotional palette of his later tone poems. Originally written for Strauss’s mentor in Dresden Hans von Bülow, the work was premiered by Eugen d’Albert, in 1890 following von Bülow’s rejection of the work.

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