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Violin Concerto, Op. 33 / Andante Religioso / Romance, Op. 26

Lisa Jacobs, Bremer Philharmoniker, Mikhail Agrest

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Violin Concerto, Op. 33  
1.1
I. Praeludium. Largo - Allegro cavalleresco
Carl Nielsen; Lisa Jacobs; Bremer Philharmoniker; Mikhail Agrest
21:15
1.2
II. Poco adagio - Rondo. Allegretto scherzando
Carl Nielsen; Lisa Jacobs; Bremer Philharmoniker; Mikhail Agrest
18:50
1.3
Andante Religioso
Johan Halvorsen; Lisa Jacobs; Bremer Philharmoniker; Mikhail Agrest
7:18
1.4
Romance, Op. 26
Johan Svendsen; Lisa Jacobs; Bremer Philharmoniker; Mikhail Agrest
8:10
Total Playing Time    55:33
Fanned by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, the longing for pure wilderness and the cultivation of rural life, the Nordic National Romanticism arises. All three composers on this disc are descendants of this Nordic Romanticism. Although they did not all have the same nationality, their lives are intertwined. In their compositions, Svendsen and Halvorsen remain in form and harmony close to the music of their good friend Edvard Grieg and the distinctive Nordic use of melody; Carl Nielsen, however, goes on a voyage of discovery towards a new idiom with a strong desire for renewal on the one hand and a great need for the revival of the pure archaic on the other. His violin concerto clearly shows this conflict. In a neo-classical 4-part form, reminiscent of the set-up of the Baroque concerto grosso, with seemingly simple classical-like themes and references to both Bach and Mozart, he takes the listeners on an incredible adventure throughout Nordic landscapes of pure wilderness and takes all sorts of harmonic and rhythmic twists and turns. "Since the first time I performed the Nielsen violin concerto in 2007, I have been overwhelmed from the very first note. Such an incredible connection with the whimsical Nordic nature that is displayed in this music, such a natural use of the violin as both a lyrical and virtuoso instrument and such an originality." - Lisa Jacobs
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