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Kurt Weill  Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op.12, Milhaud  Suite Op. 157b, Stravinsky  Histoire du soldat Suite: Recorded live  

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Concerto 2071

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Total time: 52'54''
16 pages Booklet
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Kurt Weill Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op.12, Milhaud Suite Op. 157b, Stravinsky Histoire du soldat Suite

Jeffrey Tate conductor CD 2071
Enrico Pieranunzi, piano
Gabriele Pieranunzi, violin
Alessandro Carbonare, clarinet
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[1] Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op. 12 Andante con moto 11'14"
[2] Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op. 12 Notturno. Allegro un poco tenuto 3'51"
[3] Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op. 12 Cadenza. Moderato 4'08"
[4] Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op. 12 Serenata. Allegretto 4'11"
[5] Concerto for violin & wind orchestra Op. 12 Allegro molto. un poco agitato 7'47"
[6] Histoire du Soldat Suite for clarinet, violin and piano Tango Valse Rag 6'37"
[7] Histoire du Soldat Suite for clarinet, violin and piano No. 3 from "Three Pieces for Clarinet solo" 1'06"
[8] Histoire du Soldat Suite for clarinet, violin and piano a. Improigor (E. Pieranunzi) b. Danse du diable (I. Stravinsky) 2'28''
[9] Suite Op. 157b for violin, clarinet and piano Ouverture 1'27"
[10] Suite Op. 157b for violin, clarinet and piano Divertissement 2'51"
[11] Suite Op. 157b for violin, clarinet and piano Jeu 1'33"
[12] Suite Op. 157b for violin, clarinet and pianoIntroduction et Final 5'31"

The San Carlo Theatre live: this CD presents, for the first time ever, two extraordinary recordings, that took place in two different moments, on the stage of the oldest Operas Theatre of Europe. Sir Jeffrey Tate's rod initiates the program, conducting the Concerto for violin & wind orchestra by Kurt Weill and the inspired violin of the soloist Gabriele Pieranunzi; the other recording, the latest one, presents another big protagonist of the music scene, Enrico, Gabriele's brother, who is playing, together with clarinettist Alessandro Carbonare, a very classic repertoire for the first time. The introduction of the booklet, as well as the interview to the two Pieranunzi brothers, is by Stefano Valanzuolo, the musical critic of the newspaper Il Mattino of Naples: both help us to discover the many aspects of this release on the borderline of the musical styles (classic, popular, jazz) as well as of the roles of the interpreters.

View Also: Solisti del Teatro San Carlo di Napoli

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