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Wolfgang Rihm: Music for Violin & Orchestra, Vol. 2

Tianwa Yang, Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz, Darrell Ang

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1
Gesungene Zeit
Wolfgang Rihm; Tianwa Yang; Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz; Darrell Ang
27:50
2
Lichtes Spiel
Wolfgang Rihm; Tianwa Yang; Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz; Darrell Ang
17:28
3
COLL'ARCO
Wolfgang Rihm; Tianwa Yang; Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz; Darrell Ang
30:53
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Total Playing Time    76:11
Wolfgang Rihm, one of the foremost contemporary composers, has created a powerful body of music for the violin. Gesungene Zeit is one of his most performed works, and it demonstrates why Rihm is so admired: music that begins and ends in ethereal lines while embracing agitation and threnody alike. The beautifully transparent and sensuous Lichtes Spiel is ‘light, but not lightweight’ in the composer’s words, and COLL’ARCO takes the soloist to the extremes of virtuosity in his largest concertante work for the violin, teeming with reminiscences, intricacy, and drama. Fans of this volume are encourage to look for Volume 1, also made available through Naxos and ProStudioMasters.
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