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Peter Wispelwey, violoncello
Paolo Giacometti, piano (Blüthner) & harmonium (Debain)

 

Wispelwey & co

 

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Titel Dvorak Concerto for Cello  
nr. CCS 8695  
Artist

Pieter Wispelwey & Paolo Giacometti

Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Laurens Renes

 
Year 1995  
Label

Channel Classics

This cd is still available at Channel Classics.

 

 

Tracklist

SOUNDCLIP TRACK 01

Soundtrack is 6.50 in length, download is 6.5 megabytes.

 

1  

Pyotr Ilyich tchaikovsky (1840-1893)

Andante cantabile, opus 11. (transcription from string quartet nr. 1 in D. / With Debain harmonium

6.50
   
6  

Anton Arensky (1861-1906)

Chant Triste, opus 56 nr. 3 / With Debain harmonium

4.22
   
8  

Antonin Dvorák (1841-1904)

Waldesruhe (Klid/ Silent woods) transcription of the series "From the Bohemian Forests) opus 68 nr. 5 (1883/4) / With Debain harmonium.

5.18
   
           
2.  

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)

Concerto for Cello & Orchestra in B minor, opus 104 *1894/5).
2. Allegro [14.26]
3. Adagio ma non troppo [11.23]
4. Finale, Allegro moderato [11.57]

     
5.  

Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904)

Rondo in G minor, opus 94 (1893)

7.04
   
7  

Karl Davidov (1838-1889)

Am Springbrunnen, opus 20 nr. 2

3.43
   
           

 

Recorded live at Concertgebouw Amsterdam 1995 10-14 december.

Why use the harmonium in this recording

My use of the harmonium was an intuitive choice; in the 19th century it was a beloved subsitute at parties and celebrations for orchestra, dulcimer, or piano, and used in combination with them as well. It was also taken seriously in its own right by composers such as Liszt and Dvorak (and they probably appreciated its presence at those same parties). When we were making the recording, the instrument exceeded my expectations with its evocative powers in 'Waldesruhe', and the Russian orthodox dimensions which it let to Tchaikovsky [...]

                                                    Pieter Wispelwey

 

 

 

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