℗ 2016 Naxos
Released July 8, 2016
Duration 56m 00s
Catalogue No. 8.573496
Genre Classical (Concertos)
 

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
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
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-6.44
-14.03 to -0.50
-29.28
-33.49 to -22.62
-25.54
-29.90 to -19.40
14
11 to 17
1
I. Allegro
-0.71-26.84-23.317
2
II. Andante (molto espressivo)
-7.78-30.55-26.814
3
III. Vivace
-0.50-26.50-22.915
4
No. 1. Toccata
-4.79-25.46-22.315
5
No. 2. Chanson et Boite à Musique
-12.74-32.75-29.212
6
No. 3. Mouvement perpétuel
-9.35-32.78-29.914
7
No. 4. Aria
-14.03-33.49-29.911
8
No. 5. Basso ostinato
-2.16-22.62-19.415
9
Andante
-7.82-32.24-28.015
10
Allegro
-4.19-26.36-22.514
11
I. Rubato
-6.60-29.72-24.613
12
II. Adagio
-8.09-32.13-28.114
13
III. Vivace
-4.92-29.16-25.116

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