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Released April 20, 2015
Duration 57m 33s
Record Label Peral
Genre Classical
 

Schoenberg: Violin & Piano Concerti

Michael Barenboim, Daniel Barenboim, Wiener Philharmoniker, Pierre Boulez

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Violin Concerto, Op.36  
1.1
1. Poco Allegro
Arnold Schoenberg; Michael Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
13:27
1.2
2. Andante grazioso
Arnold Schoenberg; Michael Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
9:09
1.3
3. Finale. Allegro
Arnold Schoenberg; Michael Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
13:09
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op.42  
1.4
Andante
Arnold Schoenberg; Daniel Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
4:48
1.5
Molto allegro
Arnold Schoenberg; Daniel Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
2:33
1.6
Adagio
Arnold Schoenberg; Daniel Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
6:49
1.7
Giocoso (moderato)
Arnold Schoenberg; Daniel Barenboim; Wiener Philharmoniker; Pierre Boulez
7:38
Dating from 2005 and 2012, these are the Vienna Philharmonic’s first recordings of two of Schoenberg’s works: the Piano Concerto with soloist Daniel Barenboim under Pierre Boulez and the extremely challenging Violin Concerto starring father and son: Michael Barenboim as soloist under the direction of his father Daniel. Even today the virtuosity of the Violin Concerto instils a sense of awe in many violinists; for a time Jascha Heifetz regarded the work as unplayable. "Where other orchestras wrestle with the difficulties, the Viennese may do so as well, but they then discover themselves in the music and this is really wonderful." - Daniel Barenboim
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Peral Studio Masters
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.00
-2.93 to 0.00
-26.93
-31.31 to -23.48
-22.67
-27.30 to -19.70
16
13 to 18
1
1. Poco Allegro
-2.93-29.99-25.617
2
2. Andante grazioso
-2.34-31.31-27.317
3
3. Finale. Allegro
-0.02-28.83-24.118
4
Andante
-0.01-24.46-20.915
5
Molto allegro
-1.46-23.48-19.713
6
Adagio
-0.24-25.87-21.015
7
Giocoso (moderato)
0.00-24.55-20.116

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