46George Takei, narrator, Dmitri ShostakovichConcerto for Cello No. 5 No. 1 in b-flat minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 4 in F minor, Op. 2 in  D major, Op. 3 in F major, Op. It's hard to imagine more things going right for a young musician's career, and now he can add to his resume a CD debut, on the Ondine label, again with Eschenbach but this time with the Philharmonia Orchestra. 9 (in One Movement), Brahms & "Big Sur"March 18th - March 20th, 2010, Nashville SymphonyCarlos Kalmar, conductorTracy Silverman, electric violin, John AdamsThe Dharma at Big SurTracy Silverman, electric violin, Alberto GinasteraFour Dances from Estancia, Bach's MasterpieceMarch 4th - March 6th, 2010, Nashville SymphonyHelmuth Rilling, conductorNashville Symphony ChorusGeorge Mabry, chorus directorSibylla Rubens, sopranoIngeborg Danz, contraltoLothar Odinius, tenorKonstantin Wolff, bass-baritone, Johann Sebastian BachMass in B minor, BWV 232Sibylla Rubens, sopranoIngeborg Danz, contraltoLothar Odinius, tenorKonstantin Wolff, bass-baritone, Sir Neville MarrinerFebruary 25th - February 27th, 2010, Nashville SymphonySir Neville Marriner, conductorMichael York, narratorNashville Symphony ChorusGeorge Mabry, chorus directorBlair Children's ChorusHazel Somerville, children's chorus artistic director, Ralph Vaughan WilliamsSymphony No. In the Elgar, the rhythmic liberties and dynamics are often exaggerated, and the extroverted emotional abandon runs counter to the work's noble restraint. 5 in E-flat major for Piano and Orchestra, op. 21 in C major for Piano and Orchestra, K. 467Benedetto Lupo, piano, Symphony No. Elgar did in fact give a nod of approval to the arrangement made by violist Lionel Tertis. Lionel Tertis (on whose Elgar-sanctioned transcription Carpenter's own is based) might have found more sorrow in these notes. 28, All That Classical JazzNovember 29th - December 2nd, 2012, Nashville SymphonyBramwell Tovey, conductorTerrence Wilson, piano, George GershwinConcerto in F major for Piano and OrchestraTerrence Wilson, piano, William WaltonSymphony No. Both the bassoon and cello versions date from 1909–10. 26, No. 5, Schumann: Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. I must note that the transition to the moderato is that much stronger in the Golani/Handley reading; the basses and brass are more powerful, the Carpenter/Eschenbach more languid. 1, Beethoven: Variations (12) on "Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen" for Cello and Piano, Op. 2, "The Age of Anxiety" for Piano and Orchestra after W.H. 1 No. 4 World premiere, commissioned in 2008 by the Inaugural Sphinx Commissioning Consortium's founding members: Baltimore Symphony, Chicago Sinfonietta (our nation's most diverse orchestra), Cincinnati Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Grand Rapids Symphony, Nashville Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, New World Symphony (America's Orchestral Academy), Philadelphia Orchestra, Richmond Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, The Sphinx Organization, Virginia Symphony, Dmitri ShostakovichConcerto No. 9 in E-flat major for Piano and Orchestra, K. 271, "Jeunehomme"Daniil Trifonov, piano, Carlos ChávezSinfonía India [Symphony No. 3 in C minor, Op. Unmistakably influenced by Shostakovich, it is full of uninhibited, obsessive emotionality, agonized outcries, and sardonic, distorted rhythms. The Elgar loses something of its dark, stiff-upper-lip nobility in Carpenter's hands, but gains in pastel lyricism. 2 in D minor for Violin and OrchestraJun Iwasaki, violin, Russian SpectacularSeptember 5th - September 7th, 2013, Nashville SymphonyGiancarlo Guerrero, conductorJoyce Yang, piano, Modest Mussorgsky, orch. 35Johannes Moser, cello, Pictures at an ExhibitionFebruary 18th - February 20th, 2016, Nashville SymphonyAsher Fisch, conductorJayson Gillham, piano, Ludwig van BeethovenLeonore Overture No. 1 in B-flat minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 63Cho-Liang Lin, violin, Dmitri ShostakovichSymphony No. 1 in F-sharp minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op. Golani and Handley are faster, as Handley was wont to be. 2 in G minor for Piano and Orchestra, Op. , Broadheath, Worcestershire. 1 in A minor, Op. He was chosen among an international selection that included every violinist and violist of his generation. Maurice RavelPictures at an Exhibition, Leonard Bernstein Centennial Opening Night, Concerto for Cello No. 3 horns in F, 3 trombones ad lib, timpani, and strings. 2 in C major, Op. Edward Elgar (1857 - 1934) Iº And. -- The Dallas Morning News, Lawson Taitte, September 29, 2009. 31 in D major, K. 300a [297], "Paris", Édouard LaloSymphonie espagnole for Violin and Orchestra, Op. The Elgar expert Michael Kennedy remarks of it that it portrays the bassoon as poet and singer rather than comedian. 32, Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConcerto No. The work was composed between two of Elgar's most large-scale works, the Violin Concerto and the Second Symphony, and is a contrastingly short and gentle piece, lasting under eight minutes in performance. 1 in E-flat major, Op. One should try an alternative interpretation on the Ambroisie label from yet another young Turk of the viola, Antoine Tamestit, who is more poised and reflective, to quote a previous reviewer of that CD. Delsart) 10-11 December 1971, No.1 Studio, Abbey Road, London, 15 July 1962, No.1 Studio, Abbey Road, London, Gerald Moore (piano), Jacqueline du Pré (cello), Ronald Kinloch Anderson, Jacqueline du Pré (cello), )arr. Sol Gabetta - Elgar: Cello Concerto In E Minor [CD] $8.49. Carpenter's playing is amazingly lush and technically superb; his interpretation of the work easily rivals the great cellists who have performed this work. ... Edward Elgar Concerto in E minor for Cello and Orchestra, Op. This concert is presented in honor of the Ozgener Family. The viola concerto referenced on the cover of this Ondine album featuring violist David Aaron Carpenter is in fact a transcription of the famous E minor Cello Concerto. 3 in C minor, Op. Dvořák's New WorldFebruary 5th - February 7th, 2015, Nashville SymphonyLawrence Foster, conductorKirill Gerstein, piano, Leonard BernsteinSymphony No. 129, Haydn: Cello Concerto No. 1 In E Minor, Op. Carpenter goes to town with the score. The registral changes involved in this adaptation will always bring one up short, no matter who's playing, but they offer a jolt that adds to the demands of listening to the work in its Elgar-sanctioned viola guise. The companion work is Schnittke's authentic 1985 Viola Concerto, another masterpiece. 23. In 2006, he won the the prestigious Walter E. Naumburg Viola Competition. Duration: 28 minutes Composer Time Period Comp. (Of course I'm biased by my dislike for that type of music.) 1 'The Ghost', Beethoven: Piano Trio No. -- David Patrick Stearns, The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 23, 2009Over the years many fine artists have tried to make a career as solo violists. The work is scored for an orchestra consisting of, besides the solo bassoon, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets in B♭, 2 bassoons (2nd ad lib) 29, "The Inextinguishable", Mozart & BeethovenJanuary 6th - January 8th, 2011, Nashville SymphonyNicholas McGegan, conductorRobert Levin, piano, Felix MendelssohnOverture to Die schöne Melusine [The Fair Melusina], Op. 7 in C major, Op. This is an aggressive reading. 109, Bach, J S: Adagio (from Toccata, Adagio & Fugue, BWV564), Saint-Saëns: Le Cygne (from Le carnaval des animaux), Falla: Jota (No. 1 in F major, Op. Best is the final Allegro, where Carpenter sounds at his most engaged, and where varied dynamics help make up for the lighter sound. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. In addition, he and Eschenbach approach the Elgar as chamber music for the most part, and are consistently sensitive to the quieter dynamics. 97 'Archduke', Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 2, Beethoven: Cello Sonata No. The two works make an interesting combination, not only because Elgar (1857-1934) died the year Schnittke (1934-1998) was born, but because in some ways these two works are each other's opposites. 61 James Ehnes, violin.