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Fire & Ice: Sibelius - Vladigerov Violin Concertos

Svetlin Roussev, Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Emil Tabakov

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Violin Concerto in D Minor, Op. 47  
1
I. Allegro moderato
Jean Sibelius; Svetlin Roussev; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Emil Tabakov
16:04
2
II. Adagio di molto
Jean Sibelius; Svetlin Roussev; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Emil Tabakov
8:59
3
III. Allegro ma non tanto
Jean Sibelius; Svetlin Roussev; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Emil Tabakov
7:19
Violin Concerto No. 1 in F Minor, Op. 11  
4
I. Moderato agitato
Pancho Vladigerov; Svetlin Roussev; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Emil Tabakov
13:23
5
II. Andante cantabile
Pancho Vladigerov; Svetlin Roussev; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Emil Tabakov
7:47
6
III. Allegro ma non troppo
Pancho Vladigerov; Svetlin Roussev; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Emil Tabakov
11:32
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:04
Combining the first release of Vladigerov’s Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Violin Concerto by Sibelius, written only a few years apart, this album juxtaposes opposing elements: one concerto gives the impression of sculpting in ice, the other of subduing a raging fire. International award-winning violinist Svetlin Roussev is the soloist on both these pieces, joined by Emil Tabakov conducting the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fondamenta Studio Masters

The Sibelius Concerto was recorded at the National Radio Studio No. 1 on 11-13 June, 2012
Artistic Director: Vladimir Hristozov
Recording: Sava Lavsov, Valentin Ivanov

The Vladigerov Concerto No.1 was recorded at the National Radio Studio No. 1 on 17-20 June 2013
Artistic Director: Liliya Nikolova
Recording: Miroslav Danev, Konstantin Dramaliev

Post-Production, Mixing and Mastering: Nicolas Thelliez, Fondamenta
Photos : © 2015 Frédéric D’Oria-Nicolas, © 2013 Julien Benhamou
Artwork: Nicolas Dhorne, Fondamenta
Texts: Flore Roussev-Védry
Translation: Carmella Abramowitz-Moreau
Fondamenta Head of A&R: Frédéric D’Oria-Nicolas

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