Notes for December 2019
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December 2019 Catalogue
Beethoven Arrangements for GuitarLUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN (1770-1827): Andante con variazioni in D, WoO 44/2, Sonatinas in C, WoO 44/1 and C Minor, WoO 43/1 (First Recordings), Variazioni in F, Op. 169 (arr. guitar and piano Ferdinando Carulli [1770-1841]), Serenade in D, Op. 8 (arr. guitar, violin and viola Wenzel Matiegka [1773-1830]).
Romantic Finnish Piano MusicILMARI HANNIKAINEN (1892-1955): Sonata in C Minor, Op. 1, EINARI MARVIA (1915-1997): Sonata in D Flat, Op, 16, Variations on an Ostrobothnian Folk Song, Op. 10, MARTIN WEGELIUS (1846-1906): Memories of a Day in Saxon Switzerland - 3 Fantasy Pieces, RICHARD FALTIN (1835-1918): Variations on an Original Theme, SIRKKA HARJUNMAA (1926-2018): Wedding March, Etude.
Rare Ustvolskaya in Historical RecordingsGALINA USTVOLSKAYA (1919-2006): Young Pioneers’ Suite, Sports’ Suite, Lights in the Steppe (Poem No. 1) (Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra; Arvid Jansons. Jan. 7, 1954, Oct. 8, 1961 and Oct. 7, 1962), Children’s Suite (Leningrad PO; Yevgeny Mravinsky. March 20, 1957), Hero’s Exploit (Poem No. 2) (Leningrad Radio Youth Symphony Orchestra; Igor Borisoglebsky. Feb. 16, 1958), Poem on Peace (Moscow Boys Choir [School No. 1234, Ensemble-in-residence at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory ‘The Studio for New Music’; Vladislav Lavrik. Oct. 23, 2016).
Piccolo ConcertosFLORENTINE MULSANT (b.1962): Concerto, Op. 72, REGIS CAMPO (b.1968): Touch the Sky, VERONIQUE POLTZ (b.1963): Concertino, Op. 36 “Kilumac”, LOWELL LIEBERMANN (b.1967): Concerto, Op. 50, JEAN-MICHEL DAMASE (1928-2013): Concerto, JOACHIM ANDERSEN (1847-1909): Moto Perpetuo, Op. 8 (orch. Veronique Poltz).
British Celebration 3ANTHONY HEDGES (1931-2019): Overture Heigham Sound, GARETH GLYN (b.1951): Gododdin, Amaterasu (Harp Concerto No. 1) (Hannah Stone [harp]), BRYAN KELLY (b.1934): Lest We Forget, PHILIP GODFREY (b.1964): Fugal Fantasia for Piano and Orchestra (Dmitri Kennaway [piano]), For Recorder and Orchestra: EDWARD GREGSON (b.1945): Sarabande and Tarantella, ROGER CANN (19??-20??): Fantasia “Where the watchful heron stands”, JOHN PARRY (b.1930): The Nightingale Rondo. The latest batch of British Light Music from this English source. John Turner (recorder), BBC National Orchestra of Wales & Royal Ballet Sinfonia; Ronald Corp, Gavin Sutherland, Barry Wordsworth.
Italian Violin Concertos10 CDs. A massive reissue of Italian violin concertos with one CD each for Vivaldi (violinist is Anton Martynov), Bonporti (Alberto Martini), Locatelli (Luca Fanfoni), Tartini (L’Arte dell’Arco), Antonio Lolli (Fanfoni), Pietro Nardini (Maro Rossi), Alessandro Rolla (Paolo Ghidoni), Viotti (Franco Mezzena) and two for Paganini (Massimo Quarta).