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Czerny: Bel canto concertante - Virtuoso Variations for Piano and Orchestra

Rosemary Tuck, English Chamber Orchestra, Richard Bonynge

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Introduction, Variations et Presto Finale sur un Theme Favori de Norma de Bellini, Op. 281
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
Grandes Variations di Bravura sur 2 Motifs Favoris de Fra Diavolo de D.F.E. Auber, Op. 232
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
Introduction, Variations et Polonaise sur Tu Vedrai la Sventurata dans Il Pirata de Bellini, Op. 160
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
Introduction et Variations Brillantes sur le Marche de Gli Arabi nelle Gallie de Pacini, Op. 234
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
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Total Playing Time    69:10
This album of world premieres is the first volume in a series of Carl Czerny’s works for piano and orchestra starring Australian pianist Rosemary Tuck. She is accompanied by the English Chamber Orchestra under conductor Richard Bonynge on this programme, inspired by the most famous and attractive themes from Bel Canto operas which were hugely popular in their time and are still performed today. The sets of variations as performed here give full rein to the soloist and are a major contribution to the great pianist composer tradition.
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Recorded at St Silas Church, Kentish Town, London, from 17th to 19th December, 2013 Producer and engineer: Phil Rowlands Assistant engineer: James Walsh Booklet notes: Allan Badley Scores prepared by Alan Jones Piano: Steinway Cover: St Charles’s Church, Vienna by Mariusz Prusaczyk (Fotolia)

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