Bruch, Tchaikovsky violin concertos

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Tracklist

1.
Introduction - Grave
04:08
2.
Adagio cantabile
05:13
3.
Scherzo - Allegro-Adagio
06:23
4.
Andante sostenuto
07:14
5.
Finale - Allegro guerriero
10:03
6.
Allegro moderato
19:34
7.
Canzonetta - Andante
07:12
8.
Finale - Allegro vivacissimo
10:52

Description

Violinists visiting Max Bruch to play him his 1st Violin Concerto (the violin concerto, though he wrote three) were chased away by the composer, who shouted that he had written a lot more than just that. The great success of this delightful piece has cast a shadow over his other music. And those who know the work – or hear it for the first time – understand only too well why, for it is rightly one of the most popular of allromantic violin concertos. However, Bruch another work for violin and orchestra which is perhaps even more special. For the soloist it is technically more more difficult than the 1st Violin Concerto, and it is a free fantasy rather than a traditional threemovement concerto. It is the Scottish Fantasy op. 46 for violin and orchestra (1880), written for the legendary virtuoso Pablo de Sarasate, a Spaniard who spent his entire life in France. Shortly before, Edouard Lalo had composed his exotic and daredevil Symphonie Espagnole (1875) for De Sarasate. This is another strange mixture of symphony, solo concerto and suite. Bruch hesitated to use the title fantasy’, since this is usually a rather short piece in free form, while he had written a considerable work lasting half an hour, with a range of contrasting moods

Additional information

Artists

Mastering engineer

Jared Sacks

Recording type bit rate

DSD64

Recording location

Teldex Studio Berlin

Recording engineer

Ton Russbuldt

Producer

Jared Sacks

Mixing board

Rens Heijnis custom made

Microphones

Bruel & Kjaer, Schoeps

Mastering equipment

B+W 803 diamond series

Digital converters

Grimm DSD AD converter

Composers

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Cables

van den Hul

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Recording software

Pyramix

Press reviews

Crescendo

(…) Ning Feng hat einen betörend duftenden Geigenton (…) dieße Einspielung macht Spaß (…)

Colin Anderson (Classical Ear)

(…) Recorded with immediacy and bloom (…) the Scottish Fantasy, is one of life’s mysteries, something confirmed by Ning Feng’s gracious reading and hip-swinging, tonic-giving enthusiasm.

Nederlands Dagblad 6.25 out of 5

(…) beide werken krijgen een uitstekende vertolking (…) De jonge violist heeft diverse prijzen gewonnen, deze cd laat horen hoe terecht dat is.

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