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Carl Czerny: Grand Concerto in A minor - Grand Nocturne Brillant - Variations de Concert de l’Opéra ‘Le Siège de Corinthe’

Rosemary Tuck, English Chamber Orchestra, Richard Bonynge

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1.1
Grand Nocturne Brillant, Op. 95
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
18:55
Grand Concerto in A Minor, Op. 214  
1.2
I. Allegro moderato
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
16:20
1.3
II. Adagio con moto -
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
3:40
1.4
III. Rondo. Allegro con anima
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
11:24
1.5
Variations de Concert sur la Marche des Grecs de l'Opéra 'Le Siège de Corinthe' de Rossini, Op. 138
Carl Czerny; Rosemary Tuck; English Chamber Orchestra; Richard Bonynge
15:56
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:15
On this 2014 recording, conductor Richard Bonynge, the English Chamber Orchestra and pianist Rosemary Tuck turn their attention to works by Carl Czerny, one of Vienna’s most illustrious musicians and a student and devoted friend of Beethoven. Renowned today for his piano treatises, he was also a prolific composer in almost every genre, but it is the music for his own instrument that has aroused the most curiosity. The Grand Concerto, both serene and spirited, is historically important as one of the first romantic concertos ever written. The lyricism and playful bravura of the Grand Nocturne Brillant is balanced by the delicious Variations de Concert which receives its world premiere here.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at St Silas Church, Kentish Town, London, from 16th to 18th December, 2014 Producer and engineer: Phil Rowlands Assistant engineer: James Walsh Booklet notes: Rosemary Tuck Scores prepared by Alan Jones Piano: Steinway Cover: St Francis of Assisi Church, Vienna by Tomas Sereda / iStockphoto

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