℗ 2022 TACET Musikproduktion
Released July 1, 2022
Duration 1h 16m 02s
Record Label TACET Musikproduktion
Catalogue No. TACET268
Genre Classical (Chamber)
 

Summary, Vol. 2

Miklós Perényi, Dénes Várjon, Concerto Budapest, András Keller

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1.1
Variations concertantes for Cello & Piano in D Major, Op. 17, MWV Q 19
Felix Mendelssohn; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
8:51
1.2
La plus que lente, L. 121 (Arr. Z. Kocsis for Cello & Piano)
Claude Debussy; Zoltán Kocsis; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
4:03
Cello Concerto in A Minor, Op. 129  
1.3
I. Nicht zu schnell
Robert Schumann; Miklós Perényi; Concerto Budapest; András Keller
11:40
1.4
II. Langsam
Robert Schumann; Miklós Perényi; Concerto Budapest; András Keller
3:47
1.5
III. Sehr lebhaft
Robert Schumann; Miklós Perényi; Concerto Budapest; András Keller
8:09
1.6
Variations on a Slovak Theme for Cello & Piano, H. 378
Bohuslav Martinů; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
9:33
1.7
Magyar rondó, K. 41 (Version for Cello & Piano)
Zoltán Kodály; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
10:55
Violin Rhapsody No. 1, Sz. 87 (Arr. Cello & Piano)  
1.8
I. Lassú. Moderato (1)
Béla Bartók; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
4:18
1.9
II. Friss. Allegretto moderato
Béla Bartók; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
5:24
1.10
I. Lassú. Moderato (2)
Béla Bartók; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
4:18
1.11
II. Friss. Allegretto moderato (Alternative Ending)
Béla Bartók; Miklós Perényi; Dénes Várjon
5:04
Digital Booklet
There are always musical child prodigies. Faster, more powerful, more perfect than previously imaginable. But there are also "senior prodigies". They reveal not only structure and inner sense of great works. At the same time they talk about themselves and their lives, where they come from or where they are going, on the basis of pieces that they have often carried around with them since youth. About their dreams, which are also those of youth. "What would you most like to play?" I asked 74-year-old Miklós Perényi when we were thinking together about the programme for this recording. The result was an unusual recital, volume 2 of the TACET series Summary.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – TACET Musikproduktion Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-4.58
-7.98 to -0.55
-27.41
-31.21 to -25.22
14
13 to 15
1
Variations concertantes for Cello & Piano in D Major, Op. 17, MWV Q 19
-4.23-29.0415
2
La plus que lente, L. 121 (Arr. Z. Kocsis for Cello & Piano)
-7.32-30.0013
3
I. Nicht zu schnell
-0.95-27.0315
4
II. Langsam
-7.98-31.2115
5
III. Sehr lebhaft
-0.55-25.2215
6
Variations on a Slovak Theme for Cello & Piano, H. 378
-7.11-27.9513
7
Magyar rondó, K. 41 (Version for Cello & Piano)
-4.37-28.3314
8
I. Lassú. Moderato (1)
-5.73-25.9613
9
II. Friss. Allegretto moderato
-3.61-25.2414
10
I. Lassú. Moderato (2)
-5.73-25.9613
11
II. Friss. Allegretto moderato (Alternative Ending)
-2.82-25.5314

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