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Portuguese Music for Cello & Orchestra

Bruno Borralhinho, Orquestra Gulbenkian, Pedro Neves

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1
Poema (completed and orchestrated by P. Faria Gomes)
Luiz Costa; Pedro Faria Gomes; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
12:48
Cello Concerto da Camera, Op. 167  
2
I. Allegro moderato
Fernando Lopes-Graça; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
6:11
3
II. Andante
Fernando Lopes-Graça; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
7:22
4
III. Finale
Fernando Lopes-Graça; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
8:59
5
Cena Lírica
Luís de Freitas Branco; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
6:48
Cello Concerto, Op. 66  
6
I. Moderato –
Joly Braga Santos; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
6:26
7
II. Allegro –
Joly Braga Santos; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
7:02
8
III. Andante
Joly Braga Santos; Bruno Borralhinho; Orquestra Gulbenkian; Pedro Neves
9:34
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    65:10
This album brings together some of Portugal’s leading musicians performing music by top Portuguese composers on a unique programme dedicated to works for cello and orchestra. Award-winning cellist Bruno Borralhinho and the Orquestra Gulbenkian are led by Pedro Neves on selections which include the world premieres of Luiz Costa’s impressionistic and luxuriant Poema and Luís de Freitas Branco’s early, romantically expressive Cena Lírica.

"Promoting music from my home country has always been one of my highest priorities and this recording gathers together the major works of the Portuguese repertoire for cello and orchestra. Due to the contrasting styles and diverse languages of these works, it also ended up becoming a synthesis of 20th century Portuguese music in general. The recording includes works by some of Portugal's most important composers. We want to pique the interest of an international audience to this wonderful music and I am delighted to have enjoyed the collaboration of the marvellous Gulbenkian Orchestra and conductor Pedro Neves to fulfil this mission."
Bruno Borralhinho
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

A co-production with RTP-Antena 2 (Radiodifusão Portuguesa) and Lourisom
Recorded at the Gulbenkian Auditorium, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Portugal, from 22nd to 26th June, 2015
Recording supervisor and engineer: Pierre Lavoix
Producer and editor: Nuno Cruz
Assistant engineer: João Dionísio
Publishers: AVA Editions (tracks 1, 5, 6-8); Editions Henry Lemoine (tracks 2-4)
Booklet notes: Francisco Sassetti
Cover photograph: David Rodrigues

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