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Enescu: Symphonie concertante, Op. 8 & Symphony No. 1, Op. 13

Truls Mørk, Tampere Filharmonia, Hannu Lintu

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Symphonie concertante, Op. 8  
1.1
Assez lent -
George Enescu; Truls Mørk; Tampere Filharmonia; Hannu Lintu
10:35
1.2
Assez lent -
George Enescu; Truls Mørk; Tampere Filharmonia; Hannu Lintu
4:49
1.3
Majestueux
George Enescu; Truls Mørk; Tampere Filharmonia; Hannu Lintu
8:28
Symphony No. 1 in E-Flat Major, Op. 13  
1.4
I. Assez vif et rythme
George Enescu; Tampere Filharmonia; Hannu Lintu
10:58
1.5
II. Lent
George Enescu; Tampere Filharmonia; Hannu Lintu
10:50
1.6
III. Vif et vigoureux
George Enescu; Tampere Filharmonia; Hannu Lintu
8:08
Total Playing Time    53:48
"Truls Mørk is top dollar in all key respects, his phrase-shaping sensitively inflected ... his tone production as warm as anyone could wish for ... a definite thumbs up for Mørk and Lintu." - Gramophone "Five Stars ... (there’s no doubt) that Truls Mørk is an impassioned advocate delivering an intense and committed account of the cello part ... Hannu Lintu secures rhythmically incisive playing from the Tampere Philharmonic ..." - BBC Music Magazine "... Lintu is, as always in Enescu, a master at balancing the composer’s competing strands of musical interest and at exposing textural detail without losing sight of overall structure ... Truls Mørk’s burnished, sweet tone fits very well into Lintu’s conception of the piece that sees its soloist as part of the orchestral texture. This new release takes pride of place." - Fanfare An ICMA finalist, this last volume in a series of the complete George Enescu symphonies includes two neglected masterpieces: the First Symphony, filled with youthful energy, is paired with the poetic and lyric Symphonie concertante for cello and orchestra, featuring prize­winning cellist Truls Mørk, Grammy nominees the Tampere Filharmonia and Finnish conductor Hannu Lintu.
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