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Beethoven: Symphonie No. 9 (Transcription de F. Kalkbrenner pour solistes, chœur et piano)

Etsuko Hirose, Chœur Philharmonique d' Ekaterinbourg, Andrei Petrenko

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Symphonie No. 9 en Ré Mineur, Op. 125  
1.1
I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso (Transcription de F. Kalkbrenner pour solistes, chœur et piano)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich Kalkbrenner; Etsuko Hirose
16:44
1.2
II. Scherzo. Molto vivace (Transcription de F. Kalkbrenner pour solistes, chœur et piano)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich Kalkbrenner; Etsuko Hirose
11:06
1.3
III. Adagio molto e cantabile (Transcription de F. Kalkbrenner pour solistes, chœur et piano)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich Kalkbrenner; Etsuko Hirose
14:49
1.4
IV. Presto (Transcription de F. Kalkbrenner pour solistes, chœur et piano)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich Kalkbrenner; Crevel de Charlemagne; Etsuko Hirose; Cécile Achille; Cornelia Oncioiu; Samy Camps; Timothée Varon; Chœur Philharmonique d'Ekaterinbourg; Andrei Petrenko
24:23
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Total Playing Time    67:02
An outstanding composer-pianist who rose to fame in Paris and London during the early nineteenth century, Friedrich Kalkbrenner is an artist whose music has unjustly fallen into oblivion, despite an abundant and varied corpus of works. The world-premiere recording of his transcription of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony enables to discover the inventiveness of his piano writing as well as the musical practices of his time.
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