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Max Bruch: Violin Concerto No. 2 - In Memoriam - Konzertstück

Ulf Wallin, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Okko Kamu

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Violin Concerto No. 2 in D Minor, Op. 44  
1.1
I. Adagio ma non troppo
Max Bruch; Ulf Wallin; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Okko Kamu
12:08
1.2
II. Recitative. Allegro moderato
Max Bruch; Ulf Wallin; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Okko Kamu
4:23
1.3
III. Finale. Allegro molto
Max Bruch; Ulf Wallin; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Okko Kamu
9:55
In Memoriam, Op. 65  
1.4
Adagio
Max Bruch; Ulf Wallin; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Okko Kamu
13:40
Konzertstück for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 84  
1.5
I. Allegro appassionato - attacca
Max Bruch; Ulf Wallin; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Okko Kamu
10:09
1.6
II. Adagio, ma non troppo lento
Max Bruch; Ulf Wallin; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin; Okko Kamu
8:12
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    58:27
"There's good clarity and a slightly forward balance for the soloist. Wallin's satisfyingly warm romantic playing is matched by effortless virtuosity in these powerfully lyrical accounts ... admirers of Max Bruch will be in their element with these excellent performances." - MusicWeb International Supported by the eminent Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin and conductor Okko Kamu, acclaimed violinist Ulf Wallin presents this three-work, three-decade spanning programme of music by Max Bruch. The German composer remained deeply rooted in 19th century Romanticism until the end of his life, influenced by his youthful musical surroundings, including the music of Mendelssohn, Chopin and Beethoven.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters

Original format: 24-bit / 96 kHz Recording: May 2014 at the Jesus-Christus Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany Producer: Ingo Petry (Take5 Music Production) Sound engineer: Stephan Reh Equipment: Neumann and DPA microphones; Lake People F366/V26 microphone preamplifier; DirectOut Tec Andiamo A/D converter; iCON QConPro mixing controller; AKG K 702 headphones; B&W Nautilus 802 loudspeakers; Sequoia and Pyramix digital audio workstations Editing and mixing: Ingo Petry Executive producers: Robert Suff (BIS), Rainer Pöllmann (Deutschlandradio Kultur) Cover text: © Ulf Wallin 2015 Translations: Andrew Barnett (English); Jean-Pascal Vachon (French) Photos of Ulf Wallin: © anemel photographie / Annett Melzer Photo of Okko Kamu: © Markus Henttonen Typesetting, lay-out: Andrew Barnett (Compact Design)

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