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Wanda Wilkomirska ; Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Witold Rowicki / Britten, Tchaikovsky, Moniuszko - Violin Concerto / Symphony No. 4 / Mazur flac

Wanda Wilkomirska ; Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Witold Rowicki / Britten, Tchaikovsky, Moniuszko - Violin Concerto / Symphony No. 4 / Mazur flac

Genre: Classical
Performer: Wanda Wilkomirska ; Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Witold Rowicki / Britten, Tchaikovsky, Moniuszko
Album: Violin Concerto / Symphony No. 4 / Mazur
Country: Czech Republic
Released: 30 Apr 2011
Style: Romantic, Modern
Label: Orchestral Concert CDs
Catalog number: CD12/2011
FLAC size: 1910 mb

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Tracklist
1Violin Concerto, Op 15
2I Andante Sostenuto - Moderato Con Anima16:19
3Act IV Mazur5:10
4II Andantino In Moda De Canzona8:23
5III Scherzo: Pizzicato Ostinato5:11
6I Moderato Con Moto - Agitato - Tempo Primo8:25
7Symphony # 4 In F Minor, Op36
8Straszny Dwór, (The Haunted Manor)
9II Vivace - Animando - Largamente - Cadenza III Attaca - Passacaglia: Andante Lento - Un Poco Meno Mosso21:17
10IV Finale: Allegro Con Fuoco8:16

Credits
  • Composed ByBritten (tracks: 1, 2), Tchaikovsky (tracks: 3 to 6), Stanisław Moniuszko (tracks: 7)
  • ConductorWitold Rowicki
  • DesignRichard Hallas
  • OrchestraWarsaw Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Producer, Engineer, Mastered By, Edited ByGeoffrey Terry
  • ViolinWanda Wilkomirska (tracks: 1, 2)

Notes
Recording of a live concert in the Royal Festival Hall London.
First released as a CD-R through the website of Orchestral Concert CDs.
On November 30th, 2011 it became available in replicated (pressed) format.
Distributed in the UK by Discovery Records.
Companies
  • Distributed By – Discovery Records
  • Recorded At – Royal Festival Hall

Barcodes
  • Barcode: 0724120005157

Album
Violin Concerto Britten. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The concerto is scored for solo violin and an orchestra of three flutes second and third flutes doubling piccolo, two oboes second oboe doubling cor anglais, two clarinets, two bassoons, four horns, three trumpets, three trombones, tuba, timpani, percussion glockenspiel, cymbals, triangle, bass drum, side drum, tenor drum, harp and strings. The concerto is written in three movements. Witold Rowicki, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra. Audio CD: Orchestral Concert CDs Cat: CD122011. Award winning recording of a live concert from the Royal Festival hall London, given by the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Witold Rowicki. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Wanda Wilkomirska на маркетплейсе Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra. Violin Wanda Wilkomirska tracks: 1, 2. Recording of a live concert in the Royal Festival Hall London. to the very end. This joins the admittedly small discography of the work, and does so on sheer merit. Rowicki directs a compelling, dramatic Tchaikovsky Four With a sweeping battalion of strings at his disposal, punctuating brass and amazingly vivid percussion definition, courtesy of another of top class microphone placements, this is a seismic rendition of the symphony. The album marks the Warsaw Philharmonic's first collaboration with Warner Classics as an exclusive signing, becoming part of the international label's long history of collaborations with the world's greatest Weinberg release follows the Warsaw Philharmonic's 2012 Grammy Award win and marks the orchestra's first recording with its new maestro and artistic director Jacek Kaspszyk, renowned for. Adagio Andantino - By Warsaw Philharmonic, Ilya Gringolts, Jacek Kaspszyk. Weinberg: IV Symphony A Minor op. 61, IV. The Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra under Jacek Kaspszyk is also very good. Read more. One person found this helpful. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Britten: Violin Concerto Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. The impact of the playing is helped by the superb sound of the recording an extraordinary success from a technical point of view as well. Read full description. See details and exclusions - Wanda Wilkomirska, Warsaw Philharmonic, Witold Rowicki, Britten, Tchaikovsky. Qty: 1 2 3 4. Buy it now. Wanda Wilkomirska View everything by Wanda Wilkomirska. 2 Track With Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra Conducted By Witold Rowicki 89672. Vinyl Tap. We are a UK based online mail order record shop and also a bricks and mortar high street shop in the centre of Huddersfield. Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto In D Major, Op. 35 - The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Wanda Wilkomirska violin, Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, Witold Rowicki conductor Szymanowski: Violin Concerto No. 1, op. Other listen. bang man. the fatrat anjulie close to the sun. один высоцкий. The Warsaw Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra has made over 150 concert tours around five continents, and has appeared in all of the worlds major concert venues, each time receiving high acclaim from audiences and critics alike for its superb and charismatic interpretations. The ensemble has performed at many prestigious international festivals, including in Vienna, Berlin, Prague, Bergen, Lucerne, Montreux, Moscow, Brussels, Florence, Bordeaux, Athens, Bilbao, Lisbon, and Tokyo, as well as at the La Folle Journée Festival in Nantes
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German Record Critics’ Award
“Wanda Wiłkomirska presents herself here as one of the great storytellers on the violin. She plays one of the most important concertos of the 20th Century, and the recording technique is sensational. An unrepeatable constellation.”
—Wolfgang Wendel, German Record Critics’ Award (Quarterly Critics’ Choice for Q4 2012 in the Historical Recordings category), 5th November 2012
MusicWeb International
“Wiłkomirska remains sweet, and focused, of tone throughout … her assurance is perhaps at its zenith in her playing of the Passacaglia, which is powerful, virtuosic, expressively cogent, and where we find she retains virtuosity and tonal vibrance to the very end. This joins the admittedly small discography of the work, and does so on sheer merit.”

“Rowicki directs a compelling, dramatic Tchaikovsky Four … With a sweeping battalion of strings at his disposal, punctuating brass and amazingly vivid percussion definition, courtesy of another of [OCCDs’] top class microphone placements, this is a seismic rendition of the symphony.”

“Hair-shirt production values from this company ensure that terrific concerts such as this have a continuing and richly deserved afterlife.”
—Jonathan Woolf, MusicWeb International, December 2011
International Record Review
“[…] Wiłkomirska’s radiant performance is typical of her supremely agile, subtly inflected and lyrical playing style, and Rowicki accompanies with his characteristic skill. This disc is well worth acquiring for the Britten alone, but Rowicki’s account of Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony is remarkable too. This is no routine outing for a familiar warhorse but a thrilling performance that seems to relish living dangerously and that bristles with dark, propulsive energy from start to finish. The impact of the playing is helped by the superb sound of the recording – [… this disc is] an extraordinary success from a technical point of view as well.”
—Nigel Simeone, International Record Review, June 2012
Gramophone
“Climbing a few rungs up the sonic ladder finds us in the company of the fine Polish violinist Wanda Wiłkomirska with the Warsaw Philharmonic under a favourite conductor of mine, Witold Rowicki, for a brightly lit presentation of Britten’s Violin Concerto.”

“…stereo results […] rival those that the ‘majors’ were achieving with a budget of thousands! This particular concert […] also includes a highly combustible Tchaikovsky Fourth and the thrilling ‘Mazur’ from The Haunted Manor by Moniuszko.”
—Rob Cowan, Gramophone, July 2012
The Strad
“Wanda Wiłkomirska is a distinguished advocate of the Britten Violin Concerto, and was clearly on top form at a Royal Festival Hall performance in 1967, […proving] movingly persuasive in the work’s many lyrical passages.”
—The Strad, July 2012
Fanfare
“[The performances] are, in a word, riveting … [Wiłkomirska’s] performance of the very difficult Britten concerto is simply awe-inspiring. I was struck dumb by her increasingly arching upward phrases, at times almost making her violin sound as if she were trying to break into the ionosphere … I was absolutely mesmerized by Wiłkomirska’s performance and I think you will be, too.”

“[T]his is a heck of a great disc and I recommend it highly. It won the 2012 German Record Critics’ prize, and well deserved it.”
—Lynn René Bayley, Fanfare, 36:3, January/February 2013
Customer reviews
“Really, your recording is of demonstration quality, with all the clarity one could ask for. The balance between soloists and orchestra, the dynamic range and the stereo separation are excellent. Well done!”
—Graham B. Slater, former BBC engineer, private correspondence, 5th February 2012
“[T]his is a breathtaking performance of the Britten […] Musicianship of the highest order from sol[o]ist, conductor, and orchestra IMHO. And a simply stunning live performance exquisitely recorded. Nothing is lost. Quite outstanding, and one of my ‘best buys’ this year.”
—Andrew Magnay, UK on the Violinist.com forum, 22nd May 2012

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