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Bohuslav Matousek / Christopher Hogwood / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Martinu: The Complete Music for Violin and Orchestra, Vol. 2 album download
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Bohuslav Matousek / Christopher Hogwood / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra - Martinu: The Complete Music for Violin and Orchestra, Vol. 2 album download

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Bohuslav Matousek / Christopher Hogwood / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
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Martinu: The Complete Music for Violin and Orchestra, Vol. 2
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In the second of four Hyperion discs dedicated to the works for violin and orchestra by n-Swiss composer Bohuslav Martinu, violinist Bohuslav Matousek with Christopher Hogwood and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra join two of the composer's typically atypical works: the Concerto da camera for violin with string orchestra, piano and percussion and the Concerto for violin and piano with.

On this 2007 Hyperion disc, the first of four devoted to the Czech composer's complete violin concertos, violinist Bohuslav Matousek with Christopher Hogwood and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra present three wonderful works from both sides of the war: the Concerto for flute, violin, and orchestra from 1936 and the Duo concertante for two violins and orchestra from 1937 plus the Concerto in. D major for two violins and orchestra from 1950. All three are marvelously played.

Performers: Bohuslav Matoušek, violin Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Christopher Hogwood, conductor. In the second of four Hyperion discs dedicated to the works for violin and orchestra by n-Swiss composer Bohuslav Martinu, violinist Bohuslav Matousek with Christopher Hogwood and the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra join two of the composer's typically atypical works: the Concerto da camera for violin with string orchestra, piano and percussion and the Concerto for violin and piano with.

Bohuslav Matousek; Karel Kosarek; Christopher Hogwood: Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Martinu: Music for violin and orchestra, Vol. 2. Usar unidad : PLEXTOR DVDR PX-716AL Adapter: 3 ID: 1. Modo de Lectura : Seguro Utilizar Corriente Exacta : Sн Descartar Audio cachй : Sн Utilizar los punteros C2 : No. Correcciуn de Desplazamiento de Lectura : 30 Sobreleer tanto en Lead-In como en Lead-Out : Sн Rellenar las muestras faltantes con silencios : Sн Eliminar silencios inicial y final : No Interfaz usada : Interfaz propio de Win32 para Windowns NT y 2000. For those who like their modernism light, buoyant, and lyrical, there's Bohuslav Martinu's prewar music. And for those who like their modernism big, bold yet still lyrical, there's Martinu's postwar music. Matousek has a Czech violinist's wiry tone and sweet intonation coupled with an elegant yet passionate technique, and his performances here are all consistently impressive and uniformly under the skin of the music. And his soloist partners are equally fine and equally adept at playing Martinu. Flutist Janne Thomsen is bright and airy in the 1936 concerto, violinist Régis Pasquier is tart but tender in the 1937 Duo concertante, violinist Jennifer Koh supple but soulful in the 1950 concerto.

Songs start at AED . 9. Concerto da camera, H. 285: II. Adagio. Bohuslav Matoušek, Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Christopher Hogwood & Karel Kosarek. 3. 285: III. Poco allegro. 4. Concerto for Violin, Piano and Orchestra, H. 342: I. 5. 342: II.

Hogwood, Martinu, Matoušek. Label : Hyperion Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : Bohuslav Martinu Concerto for flute, violin and orchestra . 52 Duo concertante for two violins and orchestra . 64 Concerto for two violins and orchestra . 29. Bohuslav Matoušek – violin Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Christopher Hogwood.

Martinu: The Complete Music for Violin and Orchestra, Volume 1 Bohuslav Matousek, violin Czech Philharmonic Orchestra Christopher Hogwood, conductor. This is the first of four discs in Hyperion's excellent series, all featuring Bohuslav Matousek's superb violin with the Czech Philharmonic, led by Christopher Hogwood. Splendid compositions, performances, and recordings! Bohuslav Martinu (1890-1959) was a modernist, but always conveyed a lyrical charm and elegance in his music. Martinu's vision is sunny and optimistic, despite the dire events taking place in the world.

Bohuslav MartinůČeská er HogwoodBohuslav Matoušek. The Complete Music for Violin and Orchestra, Volume 1. октябрь 2007г. Concerto for Flute, Violin and Orchestra, H. 252: III. Poco allegretto. Česká er HogwoodBohuslav MatoušekRégis Pasquier. Duo Concertante for Two Violins and Orchestra, H. 264: III. Allegro. Česká er HogwoodBohuslav MatoušekJennifer Koh. – Concerto in D major for Two Violins and Orchestra, H. 329: I. 264: I.

Martinů: Concerto for violin, piano and orchestra H342. Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. Bohuslav Matoušek (violin) & Karel Košárek (piano). Martinů: Czech Rhapsody for violin and piano. This is the second volume in Hyperion’s set of the complete works for violin and orchestra by Martinuo, featuring the wonderful Bohuslav Matoušek with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra under Christopher Hogwood. Many first recordings are included in the series, as well as works totally unperformed outside the Czech Republic. Included here is the Concerto da camera, a favourite among Martinuo’s instrumental concertos because of the freshness of its musical invention, the sensual sound of the orchestral part and the virtuosity of the solo parts

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Concerto da camera for violin, piano, percussion & strings, H. 285
1 Moderato, poco allegro Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 7:27
2 Adagio Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 9:01
3 Poco allegro Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 9:45
Concerto for violin, piano & orchestra, H. 342
4 Poco allegro Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 9:03
5 Adagio Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 8:44
6 Allegro Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 9:55
7 Czech Rhapsody for violin & piano, H. 307 Christopher Hogwood / Bohuslav Matousek / Czech Philharmonic Orchestra 10:35