℗ 2016 Ondine
Duration 56m 49s
Record Label Ondine
Catalogue No. ODE1278-2
Release Date October 14, 2016
Genre Classical
 

Uuno Klami & Einar Englund: Violin Concertos

Benjamin Schmid, Oulu Symphony Orchestra, Johannes Gustavsson

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Violin Concerto  
1.1
I. Allegro moderato
Einar Englund; Benjamin Schmid; Oulu Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson
13:52
1.2
II. Moderato
Einar Englund; Benjamin Schmid; Oulu Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson
7:51
1.3
III. Finale. Allegro molto
Einar Englund; Benjamin Schmid; Oulu Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson
6:57
Violin Concerto, Op. 32  
1.4
I. Allegro molto moderato
Uuno Klami; Benjamin Schmid; Oulu Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson
11:29
1.5
II. Adagio ma non troppo
Uuno Klami; Benjamin Schmid; Oulu Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson
9:10
1.6
III. Allegro giocoso
Uuno Klami; Benjamin Schmid; Oulu Symphony Orchestra; Johannes Gustavsson
7:30
Duration    56m 49s
The violin concertos by Finland's Uuno Klami and Einar Englund presented on this album are 20th century masterpieces of the genre, both overshadowed until now by their compatriot Jean Sibelius's hugely popular Violin Concerto. Klami's concerto, composed and lost during World War II, was rewritten in 1954. Englund is considered among the most influential voices in contemporary Finnish music during the decades following World War II. His concerto from 1981 is one of his most lyrical compositions but rarely played live or recorded. Award-winning violinist Benjamin Schmid delivers impressive performances of the two works accompanied by the Oulu Symphony Orchestra under chief conductor Johannes Gustavsson.
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