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Image ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Javier Perianes
Préludes (1er livre) – Estampes

A century after his death on 25 March 1918, many harmonia mundi artists are eager to pay tribute to Claude Debussy, the magician of melody and timbre, the great ‘colourist’ and father of modern music.

Javier Perianes, for his part, wanted to come back to these Préludes that are so close to his heart, after an earlier album devoted to the intangible links between Chopin and Debussy.

This First Book, presented here in its entirety alongside the sublime Estampes, plunges us into the heart of music capable of dictating its title to each piece… beneath the final double bar.

19,95 €
Image ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Javier Perianes
Concerto for Orchestra & Piano Concerto No. 3

19,95 €
Image ARTIST OF THE YEAR: Javier Perianes
Piano Sonatas Nos. 13 & 21

"An intriguing concept, about which our critic had his doubts, though none at all about these thrilling performances, bursting with a gripping theatricality."

The Sonata D664: an example of Schubert's fine craftsmanship despite being in the shadow of the giant, Beethoven. Only nine years later, Schubert, just 31 years old, produced what was, already, his last sonata (D960), just a few weeks before his shockingly premature death. It would take many decades for these masterpieces to gain the same consideration as the late symphonies of Mozart or Beethoven’s Op.132 but this music is now cherished by today’s artists – among them Javier Perianes, who here returns to Schubert after a remarkable first volume that enjoyed great success with the public.

19,95 €
Image ORCHESTRA AWARD: Stephen Waards
Works for violin and piano

‘From the first note of Stephen Waarts’ Brahms G major sonata I was hooked, and within a few bars I was moved to tears’ The Strad

‘Stephen Waarts gave an outstanding debut at the Kennedy Centers’s Terrace Theater...Waarts showed an uncommon, preternatural sense of tonal color and lyrical beauty on the instrument’ The Washington Post

‘Mr Waarts showed himself a technically accomplished and musically insightful artist..’The New York Times

Stephen Waarts’ innate and individual musical voice is establishing him as a firm favourite with audiences. With a voracious appetite for repertoire, Stephen has already performed over thirty standard, as well as rarely performed violin concertos, and is a passionate chamber musician.

For his debut recording Stephen has chosen the rarely played Schumann 1st violin sonata and the Three Romances, and the demanding 1st sonata by Bartok, and his Hungarian Folktunes. He is accompanied by fellow Rubicon artist Gabriele Carcano.

19,95 €
Jean Sibelius: Incidental Music
Turku Philharmonic Orchestra
Leif Segerstam

A 6 CD box set of Sibelius’ theatre music comprising 8.573299, 8.573300, 8.573301, 8.573340, 8.573341 and 8.573511. Gramophone wrote of these performances: ‘Leif Segerstam masterminds a characteristically unhurried, atmospheric display. What an absorbing journey of discovery this series has proved to be; congratulations to everyone involved.’

43,50 €
Bartok: Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2
Christian Tetzlaff
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Hannu Lintu

Star violinist Christian Tetzlaff performs Béla Bartók’s (1881–1945) two masterpieces in a new recording with Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra conducted by Hannu Lintu. This recording continues both artists’ highly successful series of recordings on Ondine. The two violin concertos of Béla Bartók (1881–1945), completed thirty years apart in 1908 and 1938 respectively, celebrated relationships with two Hungarian violinists: the first romantic, with Stefi Geyer and the second artistic, with Zoltán Székely. Bartók’s 1st Violin Concerto was published posthumously after the composer’s death in 1956, but Bartók reused the opening movement as the first of his Two Portraits for orchestra. He remarked in a letter written in late 1907 or early 1908 that ‘I have never written such direct music before’. Bartók completed two movements that portray the character of Stefi Geyer to whom the work was written to. Completed towards the end of 1938, Bartók’s three-movement 2nd Violin Concerto was a much more substantial concerto than his first essay in the medium and it was dedicated ‘to my dear friend Zoltán Székely’. Székely’s name can also be found in the of his Second Rhapsody. Bartók adopted a rather unusual approach to the overall form of the Second Violin Concerto and the impact of both rural folk music and urban verbunkos on his language can be found in the Second Violin Concerto. Christian Tetzlaff is considered one of the world’s leading international violinists and maintains a most extensive performing schedule. Musical America named him ‘Instrumentalist of the Year’ in 2005 and his recording of the violin concertos by Mendelssohn and Schumann, released on Ondine in 2011 (ODE 1195-2), received the ‘Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik’. Gramophone Magazine was choosing the recording of the Schumann Violin Sonatas with Lars Vogt (ODE 1205-2) as ‘Disc of the Month’ in January 2014. In addition, in 2015 ICMA awarded Christian Tetzlaff as the ‘Artist of the Year’. His recordings on Ondine with Brahms’ Trios (ODE 1271-2D) and Violin Concertos by Dvorák and Suk (1279-5) released in 2015 and 2016 earned GRAMMY nominations. Recordings by the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Hannu Lintu on Ondine have gathered excellent reviews in the international press. Their most recent release with orchestral works and songs by Jean Sibelius (ODE 1289-5) won an ICMA Award in January 2018. The same album was also Editor’s Choice in Gramophone Magazine and Orchestral Choice in the BBC Music Magazine.

19,95 €
Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 – Grieg: Allegretto grazioso + Melody Op. 34/2
Gürzenich-Orchester Köln
Dmitrij Kitajenko

Dmitrij Kitajenko and the Guerzenich-Orchestra of Cologne at their best! The concerts in 2015 at Cologne were a big triumph and OehmsClassics is very proud to present this live recording of Sibelius 2nd symphony.

15,50 €
Arvo Pärt: Symphonies Nos. 1- 4
NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic
Tönu Kaljuste

All four of Arvo Pärt’s symphonies, newly recorded with the NFM Wroclaw Philharmonic under the direction of one of Pärt’s most trusted colleagues, Tõnu Kaljuste. Each of the symphonies, as the great Estonian composer has noted, is a world unto itself. Heard in chronological order they also tell us much about Pärt’s musical and spiritual journey, and the very different ways in which he has exercised his craft. Forty-five years separate his Symphony No. 1 (“Polyphonic”) written in 1963 while he was still a student of Heino Eller, from his Symphony No. 4 (“Los Angeles”) written in 2008, by which time he was the world’s most widely-performed contemporary composer.

19,95 €
Belcanto – The Tenors of the 78 Era
Documentary by Jan Schmidt-Garre
Caruso, Slezak, Tauber, McCormack, Schipa, Gigli, Schmidt, Koslovsky, Björling et al.

A documentary series about the great tenors and bel canto singing in the first half of the 20th century by Jan Schmidt-Garre With the development of sound film in the 1920s and 30s, the great tenors, such as Beniamino Gigli, Richard Tauber and Lauritz Melchior, became movie stars. Countless “singer movies” were made, but great vocal performances were also captured in documentaries and privately made movies. Using a wealth of rare restored material, this thirteen-part documentary series presents the great tenors from Enrico Caruso to Jussi Björling, and together with comprehensive essays, offers a deep and inspiring insight into the art of bel canto. Bel Canto – The Tenors of the 78 Era series was broadcast in thirty countries and awarded at the Columbus International Film Festival and at Classique en Images at the Louvre.

64,95 €
Johann Sebastian Bach: Violin Concertos BWV 1041, 1042, 1052
Berliner Barock Solisten
Frank Peter Zimmermann

Frank Peter Zimmermann is widely regarded as one of the foremost violinists of his generation. He has performed with all the major orchestras in the world, including the Berliner Philharmoniker, with whom he made his debut in 1985 with Daniel Barenboim; the Wiener Philharmoniker, with whom he played for the first time in 1983 with Lorin Maazel in Salzburg; the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, all of the London orchestras, as well as all the renowned American orchestras. Zimmermann is a regular guest at major music festivals including Salzburg, Edinburgh and Lucerne. Over the years he has built up an impressive discography for EMI Classics, Sony Classical, BIS, Ondine, Hänssler, Decca, Teldec and ECM. He has recorded virtually all of the major concerto repertoire, ranging from Bach to Ligeti, Dean and Pintscher; the six solo sonatas of Ysaÿe; the 24 Caprices of Paganini and the complete Violin Sonatas of J.S. Bach and Mozart. Born in 1965 in Duisburg, Germany, he started learning playing the violin with his mother when he was 5 years old. He studied with Valery Gradov, Saschko Gawriloff and Herman Krebbers. He plays on a 1711 Antonius Stradivari violin ‘Lady Inchiquin’, which has been kindly provided by the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf, ‘Kunst im Landesbesitz’.

19,95 €
Wolfgang A. Mozart: Fantasy K. 475 + Piano Sonatas Nos. 14, 16 & 18
Maxim Emelyanychev

19,95 €
Es war einmal – Once upon a time
Robert Schumann: Märchenerzählungen op. 132
Fantasiestücke op. 73 + Märchenbilder op. 113
Jörg Widmann: 5 Stücke im Märchenton
Jörg Widmann, Tabea Zimmermann, Denes Varjon

“Once upon a time…” Like many other composers of the Romantic era, Robert Schumann found inspiration in the power of fantasy. This program includes his depictions of classic fairy tales in Märchenbilder, the Fantasy Pieces Op. 73, and Märchenerzählungen, as well as a contemporary take on the subject by Jörg Widmann, included in this album as a world premiere recording. The clarinetist and composer is joined by Tabea Zimmermann and Dénes Várjon.

19,95 €
The Golden Age – Cello 1925
Hindemith: Kammermusik No. 3 – Ibert: Concerto for Cello & Wind Instruments
Toch: Cello Concerto – Martinu: Concertino for Cello, Winds, Percussion & Piano
Christoph Heesch
Eroica Berlin, Jakob Lehmann

The young cellist Christoph Heesch is releasing a revolutionary CD on GENUIN. The prizewinner of the Fanny Mendelssohn Sponsorship Award plays four cello concertos from 1924-25, each of which is a sensation in itself. The composers Paul Hindemith, Jacques Ibert, Bohuslav Martinu and Ernst Toch wrote exciting music for an exciting time: they broke all conventions and put the solo instrument and orchestra in a new relationship to each other. Christoph Heesch throws himself into these virtuoso, melodious, cumbersome works with verve. In short: absolutely worthwhile works that you do not want to listen to anywhere else than from this CD.

19,95 €
In Time
Felix Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto op. 64 + String Octet op. 20
Chouchane Siranossian
Anima Eterna Brugge, Jakob Lehmann
Balasz Bozzai, Nicolas Mazzoleni, Bernadette Verhagen, Katya Polin, Davit Melkonyan, Astrig Siranossian

Chouchane Siranossian is a rising star of the baroque and classical violin, Jakob Lehmann a virtuoso violinist and orchestral director who frequently conducts Anima Eterna. Together, they embody what the Bruges orchestra and its founder, Jos van Immerseel, have decided to call the ‘Next Generation Anima Eterna’… Today they are presenting Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in its original version. "We wanted to take a look into Mendelssohn’s workshop. He struggled with his self-diagnosed ‘revision disease’ and always strove to work hard on himself and his creations" says Jakob Lehmann. Chouchane Siranossian keeps on "It was a fascinating experience for me to discover historical research and its implementation on period instruments in collaboration with Anima Eterna Brugge. In my interpretation, I used exclusively the fingerings, bowings and other performance markings of Ferdinand David and Joseph Joachim, both of whom rehearsed the work with the composer." This recording is rounded off with the Octet, also in its original version, which is longer and has many alterations in instrumentation, harmony and articulation…

19,95 €
Mozart: Le Nozze di Figaro
Ildebrando D’Arcangelo, Dorothea Röschmann
Anna Prohaska, Lauri Vasar, Marianne Crebassa
Staatsoper Unter den Linden, Berlin
Gustavo Dudamel
Jürgen Flimm & Bettina Hartmann

“Nothing is harder to put on stage than lightness. And humor is the sharpest weapon of the desperate. That is why it is an obligation, indeed a must, to enjoy this Figaro by Jürgen Flimm at the Staatsoper to the fullest.“ (ARD Radio) This production of “Le nozze di Figaro” is directed by the former artistic director of the Staatsoper Berlin, Jürgen Flimm, who characterizes it as follows: “Figaro is by far the best work ever devised for the stage; it combines everything that moves the human heart and mind – forlorn hope, pleasantry, satire, profound significance, also much ado about nothing and vain amours.” This production with a star-studded ensemble of soloists was Flimm’s third staging of this musical masterpiece, and this time he places the plot in Count Almaviva‘s summer residence – a place where the count spent his childhood, a place full of memories where time has left its marks. It is in this hot atmosphere of summer that the great day unfolds: holidays, sun, sea, pretty women take a fancy to pretty men and pretty men take a fancy to pretty women. A midsummer night‘s dream full of tangled paths and futile longing where the women pull the strings of intrigue with their gentle hands. Ildebrando D’Arcangelo, Count Almaviva; Dorothea Röschmann, Countess Almaviva; Anna Prohaska, Susanna; Lauri Vasar, Figaro; Marianne Crebassa, Cherubino; Gustavo Dudamel, musical direction; Jürgen Flimm & Bettina Hartmann, stage direction; Magdalena Gut, set design; Ursula Kudrna, costume design; Olaf Freese, light design; Detlef Giese, dramaturgy; Staatskapelle Berlin; Staatsopernchor Berlin

36,95 €
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