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Marteau, Vol. 4: Violin Concerto in C Major, Op. 18 & Serenade, Op. 20

Nicolas Koeckert, Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern, Raoul Grüneis

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Violin Concerto in C Major, Op. 18  
1
I. Allegro risoluto - Allegro energico, ma non troppo
Henri Marteau; Nicolas Koeckert; Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern; Raoul Grüneis
23:09
2
II. Adagio
Henri Marteau; Nicolas Koeckert; Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern; Raoul Grüneis
10:45
3
III. Rondo. Allegro con fuoco, ma non troppo
Henri Marteau; Nicolas Koeckert; Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern; Raoul Grüneis
14:03
Serenade, Op. 20  
4
I. Entrata
Henri Marteau; German Radio Saarbrücken-Kaiserslautern Philharmonic Orchestra; Raoul Grüneis
2:38
5
II. Adagietto
Henri Marteau; German Radio Saarbrücken-Kaiserslautern Philharmonic Orchestra; Raoul Grüneis
3:47
6
III. Scherzino
Henri Marteau; German Radio Saarbrücken-Kaiserslautern Philharmonic Orchestra; Raoul Grüneis
2:32
7
IV. Tema con variazioni
Henri Marteau; German Radio Saarbrücken-Kaiserslautern Philharmonic Orchestra; Raoul Grüneis
7:33
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    64:27
Henri Marteau (1874 - 1934) was one of the most important violin and violin teachers of the early twentieth century. His compositional work found little attention despite some respectable successes. Since 1982, the International Music Center Haus Marteau of the district of Upper Franconia maintains the artistic legacy of the German-French Composer in the form of master classes for musical talents from all over the world, publications on life and work as well as recordings of selected compositions on phonograms. Missing are the autograph and the orchestral libretto from Marteau's Violin Concerto op. 18. Raoul Grüneis re-orchestrated the work with the help of the piano reduction and a rehearsal recording by the WDR Symphony Orchestra. Enthusiasm among the audience and critics awoke the premiere of this version. “The work sends the listener more impressively home than many other violin concertos established in the repertoire,” Torsten Kohlschein judged in the Freie Presse.
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