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Liza Ferschtman / Jan Willem de Vriend / The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra

Violin Concerto & Romances

  • Type SACD hybrid
  • Label Challenge Classics
  • UPC 0608917238426
  • Catalog number CC 72384
  • Release date 29 October 2010
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About the album

In history Beethoven's Violinconcerto always seems to have had opponents and advocates, but a fact is that this piece has many layers which become clearer when musicians dive into it and give us, the audience, back a profound understanding of it in their performance. This is what violinist Liza ferschtman does. She shows us her vision of this masterwork in a sublime and radiating performance which touches you to the bone. The chemistry between her as a soloist and the orchestra is very clear and beautiful indeed. The exquisite melodies of the Romances are a perfect addition to the concert.

Hannes Minnaar plays Beethoven's Five Pianoconcertos


image Over a period of three years, pianist Hannes Minnaar recorded all five of Ludwig van Beethoven's piano concertos together with The Netherlands Symphony Orchestra led by Jan Willem de Vriend. So far, two single volumes had been issued: one including Concertos Nos. 4 & 5, which was acclaimed by Gramophone as: "beginning a Beethoven cycle with the Fourth and Fifth Concertos is a bold move but one that pays off ...


Challenge Records International

July 30th 2012 12:59
Dear Wouter,
Thanks for your enthousiastic comment. About the cadenza Liza plays. It is the 'original' cadenza in the Beethoven Violinconcerto.
That is: the cadenza that Beethoven himself composed for the pianoversion. The arrangement for violin was composed by Wolfgang Schneiderhahn.

We hope we have informed you fully now?

Kind regards, Challenge Records International


July 28th 2012 20:05
Leuk, die verrassing bij Luister
vraag: welke cadens speelt Liza? (Leuk!)

Dr John Miller

December 27th 2010 10:13
Hello, I am a site reviewer for SA-CD.net (pseudonym Geohominid) and have purchased the Beethoven violin concerto for review. Please could you tell me what was the score version used? Many of the versions in present-day study scores are based on early corrupt editions. Many thanks!

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