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  1. Kathleen Ferrier – Volksliedchen, Op. 51 No. 2 - Widmung, Op. 25 No. 1 – Slušaj na Deezer-u
  2. Kenneth Woods - conductor
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Composer Johannes Brahms.

Kathleen Ferrier – Volksliedchen, Op. 51 No. 2 - Widmung, Op. 25 No. 1 – Slušaj na Deezer-u

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Solo: Christiane Karg soprano. Solo: Malcolm Martineau piano. Acte Prealable returns with New Releases. Superior performance.

Kenneth Woods - conductor

Verdi Requiem Thielemann. Marianna Henriksson An outstanding recital. Arnold Bax Be converted. John Buckley one of my major discoveries. Vaughan Williams Concertos.

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RVW Orchestral. Widmung Maria Sournatcheva oboe Alexander Shaikin piano rec. This is a charming disc and one that not only brings together the music of Robert and Clara Schumann but also that of Brahms. The disc is notable for not only presenting chamber music, sometimes in arrangement, but we also get songs in sensitive arrangements where the oboe takes the vocal line with beauty.

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Fired up after his belated return to his homeland in after a gap of 16 years , where he had revisited his birthplace and the gypsy encampment nearby, Liszt composed and published 11 Magyar Dallok — Hungarian National Melodies, followed by another six in Ultimately withdrawn, these formed the basis of 15 Hungarian Rhapsodies published between and Liszt would later write another four.

Knowing both Chopin of whom he wrote the first biography and Schumann, and their works, we find him composing a Ballade in D flat between and , adopting a genre that Chopin had created. In , shortly after composing his only Sonata in the same key , Liszt returned to the genre for his B minor Ballade, over double the length of the first. Welters of broken semiquavers and thunderous triplets suddenly dissipate in the face of the second theme which, miraculously, Liszt melds with the first theme, building to a final climax.

He started early, whilst in Vienna in the s, with 56 Schubert song transcriptions published by Diabelli or Haslinger. He always insisted that his arrangements were accompanied with the original lyrics, to give a programmatic framework to his solo transcription. Liszt made his first Schumann transcription in , the opening song Myrthen Myrtles Op.

But Schumann was already incarcerated in a mental institution at Endenich and Clara, having turned against Liszt, never did take the dedicated score to her husband.