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Mendelssohn: Concerto For Violin, Piano & Strings In D Minor

Rudens Turku, Oliver Schnyder, Cappella Istropolitana, Ariel Zuckermann

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Concerto For Violin, Piano & Strings In D Minor  
1.1
I. Allegro
Felix Mendelssohn; Rudens Turku; Oliver Schnyder; Cappella Istropolitana; Ariel Zuckermann
17:49
1.2
II. Adagio
Felix Mendelssohn; Rudens Turku; Oliver Schnyder; Cappella Istropolitana; Ariel Zuckermann
9:32
1.3
III. Allegro molto
Felix Mendelssohn; Rudens Turku; Oliver Schnyder; Cappella Istropolitana; Ariel Zuckermann
8:50
Total Playing Time    36:11
Soloists Rudens Turku and Oliver Schnyder join the Cappella Istropolitana under direction of Ariel Zuckermann for this presentation of Mendelssohn's Concerto For Violin, Piano & Strings In D Minor. The Double Concerto in D minor, was written in 1823 by Felix Mendelssohn when he was 14 years old. This piece is Mendelssohn's fourth work for a solo instrument with orchestral accompaniment. Mendelssohn composed the work to be performed for a private concert on May 25, 1823 at the Mendelssohn home in Berlin with his violin teacher and friend, Eduard Rietz. Following this private performance, Mendelssohn revised the scoring, adding winds and timpani and is possibly the first work in which Mendelssohn used winds and timpani in a large work.
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