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Wolfgang Renz, Ludwig van Beethoven, Antonio Pasculli

Ensemble Berlin | Christoph Hartmann

Ensemble Berlin: Weber, Pasculli & Beethoven

  • Type CD
  • Label phil.harmonie
  • UPC 4250317416124
  • Catalog number PHIL 06012
  • Release date 05 November 2021
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About the album

With "Virtuoso" the BERLIN ENSEMBLE is presenting its second CD on Philharmonie after Ravel & Mussorgsky. In 1999 musician friends of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra founded a festival of chamber music, the Landsberger Sommermusiken. Afterwards the musicians decided to continue playing chamber music together and that was the birth of the Berlin Ensemble. Meanwhile the ensemble has earned an excellent reputation on the international concert stage. They played concerts in Japan, China, Brazil, the USA, Italy, Austria, the UK, Iceland and Spain. The Ensembles' instrumentation of oboe, bassoon and string quintet offers an interesting mixture of wind and string instruments. They perform original compositions as well as adaptations. Thanks to the collaboration with oboist and arrangeur Wolfgang Renz a whole series of musical jewels has been created. This recording contains two adaptations of him. In addition to their playing in the orchestra, the festival Landsberger Sommermusiken is a constant source of inspiration to the Ensemble Berlin. Here is the place for both: improvement and experiment. The BERLIN ENSEMBLE was quite evidently really enjoying the music they were playing in concerts and recordings. You can even hear it! Listen!

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    Piano Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 70, J. 287 (arr. W. Renz for chamber ensemble) I. Moderato
     
    10:25
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    Piano Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 70, J. 287 (arr. W. Renz for chamber ensemble) II. Menuetto - Trio - Menuetto
     
    04:15
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    Piano Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 70, J. 287 (arr. W. Renz for chamber ensemble) III. Andante quasi allegretto, consolante
     
    05:16
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    Piano Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 70, J. 287 (arr. W. Renz for chamber ensemble) IV. FinaleLa Tarantella
     
    04:16
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    Horn Sonata in F Major, Op. 17 (arr. C. Khym for chamber ensemble) I. Allegro moderato
     
    08:30
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    Horn Sonata in F Major, Op. 17 (arr. C. Khym for chamber ensemble) II. Poco adagio quasi andante
     
    01:08
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    Horn Sonata in F Major, Op. 17 (arr. C. Khym for chamber ensemble) III. RondoAllegro moderato
     
    05:00
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    Gran Sestetto concertante (after Rossini's Guillaume Tell) (arr. W. Renz)
     
    13:10

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