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Brahms and his Contemporaries Vol. I

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Catalogue number093.206.000
Release date2007-05-21
Discs1
Orig. sample rate44100Hz

ECHO Classical Award 2008.


Hänssler CLASSIC is proud to announce the latest release from the phenomenally gifted young cellist Johannes Moser. This new CD is the first in a series intended to document the period between Johannes Brahms' move to Vienna in 1869 and the musical innovations that culminated in Arnold Schoenberg's "Method of Composing with Twelve Tones…" in the 1920s. In addition to a compelling performance of Brahms' Cello Sonata in F Major Op. 99, Moser has also programmed the works of Brahms' nearly forgotten protégé Robert Fuchs and the WORLD PREMIERE recording of the Cello Sonata by Fuchs' own pupil, Alexander Zemlinsky. This important new release will not only delight the casual listener with new and unfamiliar repertoire but will also introduce music lovers to an exciting and important period of musical creativity.

 
 
 
  Composer: Brahms, Johannes
  Sonata for Cello and Piano No.2 in F 27:57
01 Allegro vivace 08:57 $ 1.61 USD
02 Adagio affettuoso 07:30 $ 1.35 USD
03 Allegro passionato 07:02 $ 1.27 USD
04 Allegro molto 04:28 $ 0.80 USD
 
 
  Composer: Fuchs, Robert
  Sonata for Cello and Piano No.2 in E flat minor 20:01
05 Allegro moderato assai 08:54 $ 1.60 USD
06 Adagio con sentimento 05:58 $ 1.07 USD
07 Allegro vivace 05:09 $ 0.93 USD
 
 
  Composer: Zemlinsky, Alexander von
  Sonata for Cello and Piano in A minor 26:07
08 Mit Leidenschaft 10:44 $ 1.93 USD
09 Andante 07:34 $ 1.36 USD
10 Allegretto 07:49 $ 1.41 USD
 
  Album total 01:14:05
ComposerBrahms, Johannes
Fuchs, Robert
Zemlinsky, Alexander von
CelloMoser, Johannes
PianoRivinius, Paul

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