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Polish Violin Concertos: Bacewicz - Tansman - Spisak - Panufnik

Piotr Plawner, Kammersymphonie Berlin, Jürgen Bruns

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Violin Concerto No. 1  
1.1
I. Allegro
Grażyna Bacewicz; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
4:18
1.2
II. Andante (molto espressivo)
Grażyna Bacewicz; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
4:42
1.3
III. Vivace
Grażyna Bacewicz; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
3:41
Five Pieces for Violin & Orchestra  
1.4
No. 1. Toccata
Alexandre Tansman; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
3:07
1.5
No. 2. Chanson et Boite à Musique
Alexandre Tansman; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
2:18
1.6
No. 3. Mouvement perpétuel
Alexandre Tansman; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
1:50
1.7
No. 4. Aria
Alexandre Tansman; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
3:05
1.8
No. 5. Basso ostinato
Alexandre Tansman; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
1:52
Andante et allegro for Violin & Orchestra  
1.9
Andante
Michał Spisak; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
4:28
1.10
Allegro
Michał Spisak; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
4:43
Violin Concerto  
1.11
I. Rubato
Andrzej Panufnik; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
7:33
1.12
II. Adagio
Andrzej Panufnik; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
8:43
1.13
III. Vivace
Andrzej Panufnik; Piotr Plawner; Kammersymphonie Berlin; Jürgen Bruns
5:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:00
The Kammersymphonie Berlin presents works written by four roughly contemporary Polish composers who settled and pursued their careers in different parts of the world. Grażyna Bacewicz’s Violin Concerto No. 1 displays her own glittering virtuosity as a performer, while Alexandre Tansman wrote his Baroque-infused Five Pieces for the great Josef Szigeti. Michał Spisak considered his neo-classical Andante and Allegro to be "a little story for violin and orchestra"; Andrzej Panufnik’s wide-ranging Violin Concerto became a pilgrimage into his past and is richly suffused with atmosphere. Young Polish violinist Piotr Plawner is the featured soloist throughout the album.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin, Germany, from 15th to 18th September, 2014 (tracks 1-10), and live at the Usedom Festival, Kaisersaal Hotel Maritim, Heringsdorf, on 3rd and 4th October 2014 (tracks 11-13)
Producer: Florian B. Schmidt
Engineers: Thomas Monnerjahn (tracks 1-10); Matthias Schurz (tracks 11-13)
Editor: Stefan Lang
Publishers: Schott Music GmbH & Co./Polskie Wydawnictwo Muzyczne (tracks 1-3); Casa Ricordi/Editions Max Eschig/Universal Edition (tracks 4-8); Euterpe (tracks 9-10); Boosey & Hawkes Music Publishers, Ltd. (tracks 11-13)
Booklet notes: Frank K. DeWald
Cover painting: Antova / iStockphoto

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