℗ 2020 Ondine
Duration 1h 12m 31s
Record Label Ondine
Catalogue No. ODE1357-2
Release Date September 4, 2020
Genre Classical
 

Hindemith: Kammermusik, Vol. 2

Stephen Waarts, Kronberg Academy Soloists, Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra, Christoph Eschenbach, Timothy Ridout, Ziyu Shen, Christian Schmitt

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Kammermusik No. 4, Op. 36 No. 3  
1.1
I. Signal
Paul Hindemith; Stephen Waarts; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
1:24
1.2
II. Sehr lebhaft
Paul Hindemith; Stephen Waarts; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
5:47
1.3
III. Nachtstück. Mäßig schnelle Achtel
Paul Hindemith; Stephen Waarts; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
7:07
1.4
IV. Lebhafte Viertel
Paul Hindemith; Stephen Waarts; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
3:05
1.5
V. So schnell wie möglich
Paul Hindemith; Stephen Waarts; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
2:13
Kammermusik No. 5, Op. 36 No. 4  
1.6
I. Schnelle Halbe
Paul Hindemith; Timothy Ridout; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
4:21
1.7
II. Langsam
Paul Hindemith; Timothy Ridout; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
7:59
1.8
III. Mäßig schnell
Paul Hindemith; Timothy Ridout; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
3:22
1.9
IV. Variante eines Militärmarsches
Paul Hindemith; Timothy Ridout; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
3:05
Kammermusik No. 6, Op. 46 No. 1  
1.10
I. Mäßig schnell, majestätisch - Doppelt so schnell
Paul Hindemith; Ziyu Shen; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
3:54
1.11
II. Langsam
Paul Hindemith; Ziyu Shen; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
7:31
1.12
III. Variationen - IV. Lebhaft, wie früher
Paul Hindemith; Ziyu Shen; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
6:12
Kammermusik No. 7, Op. 46 No. 2  
1.13
I. Nicht zu schnell
Paul Hindemith; Christian Schmitt; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
3:26
1.14
II. Sehr langsam und ganz ruhig
Paul Hindemith; Christian Schmitt; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
6:31
1.15
III. Tempo Equals 184
Paul Hindemith; Christian Schmitt; Kronberg Academy Soloists; Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra; Christoph Eschenbach
6:34
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Duration    1h 12m 31s
The final volume of Paul Hindemith’s (1895–1963) youthful and fresh Kammermusik series from the 1920s includes Kammermusik Nos. 4–7 performed by Kronberg Academy Soloists and the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra under a true Hindemith specialist, Christoph Eschenbach, who has won a Grammy for a previous Hindemith album on Ondine. These four works by Hindemith can be considered as full-bodied concertos for violin, viola, viola d’amore and organ. These works feature four young talented soloists, Stephen Waarts, Rimothy Ridout, Ziyu Shenand Christian Schmitt. Hindemith’s Kammermusik No. 4 (‘Violin Concerto’) is scored for a larger orchestra than its three predecessors and includes 24 instrumentalists. Kammermusik No. 5 (‘Viola Concerto’) the composer premiered himself by playing the solo part. In total, Hindemith performed this work for 85 times during the next 11 years! In a letter, Hindemith described the viola d’amore as “the most beautiful thing that you can imagine in sound”. The composer fell in love with the instrument and wrote his Kammermusik No. 6 with this instrument in mind. Hindemith’s final Kammermusik (No. 7) was written to a commission by the Southwest German Radio: the premiere of this Organ Concerto was transmitted live in 1928. The radio broadcast had a decisive role in the composer’s choice of instrumentation.
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