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Kreisler • Paganini • Drigo • Dohnányi • Elgar • Fibich • Wienawski • Tartini, Alfredo Campoli, George Malcolm, Eric Gritton - Alfredo Campoli: The Bel Canto Violin Volume 3 album mp3

Kreisler • Paganini • Drigo • Dohnányi • Elgar • Fibich • Wienawski • Tartini, Alfredo Campoli, George Malcolm, Eric Gritton - Alfredo Campoli: The Bel Canto Violin Volume 3 album mp3

Performer: Kreisler
Title: Alfredo Campoli: The Bel Canto Violin Volume 3
Released: 2017
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Three Paganini showpieces and three Dohnányi works arranged by Kreisler, were recorded in April 1953 and released in the autumn; in December of that year, Campoli went on to make an acclaimed debut at Carnegie Hall. Two medium-play discs of encores were then recorded in December 1954 and January 1956, both with the violinist’s principal accompanist, Eric Gritton. All the recordings in this series of ‘Alfredo Campoli: The Bel Canto Violin’ have been given new remasterings from original Decca sources. Invaluable context on both artist and repertoire is provided by new booklet essays from Campoli’s biographer David Tunley. Track listing, artists. 37 No. 5 ‘Andaluza’ GIUSEPPE TARTINI Variations on a theme of Corelli. Alfredo Campoli, violin George Malcolm, piano (CD1: 1–6) Eric Gritton, piano (CD1: 7–20, CD2). first international CD release on decca.

George Malcolm (piano), Alfredo Campoli (violin). Recorded: 1953-08-09. Recording Venue: Decca Studios, West Hampstead, London. Fibich: Poem, Op41:14. It is no coincidence that Campoli became so sympathetic interpreter of the Violin Concerto which Elgar had dedicated to Kreisler. The Kreisler album is complemented here by a first international CD release on Decca for three 10 LPs. Three Paganini showpieces and three Dohnányi works arranged by Kreisler were recorded in April 1953 and released in the autumn; in December of that year, Campoli went on to make an acclaimed debut at Carnegie Hall.

Alfredo Campoli, George Malcolm - Andante rubato alla zingaresca 05:41. Alfredo Campoli, George Malcolm - Molto vivace 02:18. Alfredo Campoli, George Malcolm, Никколо Паганини - Caprice No. 13 03:26. 20 02:51. Alfredo Campoli, George Malcolm, Никколо Паганини - La Campanella, O. 06:06. Alfredo Campoli, Eric Gritton - Souvenir, for violin and piano (1904) 04:02. Alfredo Campoli, Eric Gritton - Allegro 03:02. Alfredo Campoli, Eric Gritton, Франц Шуберт - The Bee, O. 3, N. - Arr. Kross 01:06. Alfredo Campoli, Eric Gritton - Old Folks at home - Arr. Kreisler 03:32. Alfredo Campoli, Eric Gritton, Фриц Крейслер - Praeludium & Allegro 05:24. Alfredo Campoli, Eric Gritton, Фриц Крейслер - Liebesleid 04:15.

Alfredo Campoli: The Bel. has been added to your Cart. Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Disc: 1. 1. Bach Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004. 2. Tartini Sonata in G minor for Violin and Continuo ‘The Devil’S Trill’. 3. Sonata in G minor, Op. 1 No. 10 ‘Didone Abbandonata’.

Violin Encores make up the third volume of twofers. All items have the polished and attractive accompaniments of Eric Gritton. To commemorate Fritz Kreisler’s 80th birthday in 1955 Decca turned to Campoli to record an album of Kreisler favourites and bon bons. The three pieces Kreisler arranged from Dohnányi’s Ruralia Hungarica are played with buoyant energy and tart, exciting zest, and with honeyed lyricism in the case of the slow movement.

For the Tartini sonatas in 1955, Campoli was accompanied on the piano by George Malcolm. In the Handel sessions three years earlier, Malcolm used a more historically appropriate harpsichord as he did on many other Decca recordings over a distinguished recording career spanning more than three decades.

Alfredo Campoli (20 October 1906 – 27 March 1991) was an Italian-born British violinist, often known simply as Campoli. He was noted for the beauty of the tone he produced from the violin. Campoli spent his childhood and much of his career in England. Campoli was born in Rome in 1906 where his father was leader of the orchestra at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia, taught the violin and was Alfredo’s first teacher.

Alfredo Campoli (Born 20 October 1906 – Died 27 March 1991) was an Italian-born British violinist, often known simply as Campoli. En Grupos: Alfredo Campoli And His Salon Orchestra, The Alfredo Campoli Trio. Variaciones: Verlas todas Alfredo Campoli. A. Campoli, Alfredo Campoli And The Dorchester Hotel Orchestra, Campoli, Campoli And His Marimba Tango Orchestra.

Alfredo campoli: the bel canto violin - volume 2. Felix mendelssohn: Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64. (Alfredo Campoli (violin), London Philharmonic Orchestra, Eduard van Beinum). MAX BRUCH: Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26. (Alfredo Campoli (violin), New Symphony Orchestra, Royalton Kisch). Decca Eloquence ELQ4825171 (2 CDs). Alfredo campoli: the bel canto violin - volume 3. Ernö dohnányi: 5 Pieces from "Ruralia Hungarica", O. 2a - Arr. Kreisler. NICCOLÒ PAGANINI: 24 Caprices for Violin, O. Kreisler: No. 13, No. La Campanella, O. Variations on a Theme of Corelli. Alfredo Campoli (violin), George Malcolm (piano), Eric Gritton (piano). Decca Eloquence ELQ4825159 (2 CDs). Alfredo campoli: the bel canto violin - volume 5. Edward elgar: Violin Concerto in B minor, Op. 61. Only 3 left in stock (more on the way).

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Three Pieces From 'Ruralia Hungarica'
Arranged By – Kreisler*Composed By – Dohnányi*
(11:33)
1-1 Presto
1-2 Andante Rubato Alla Zingaresca
1-3 Molto Vivace
1-4 Caprice No. 13
Composed By – Paganini*
3:22
1-5 Caprice No. 20
Composed By – Paganini*
2:46
1-6 La Campanella, Op. 7
Composed By – Paganini*
5:58
1-7 Poéme, Op. 41 No. 14
Composed By – Fibich*
2:20
1-8 Estrellita
Arranged By – Heifetz*Composed By – Ponce*
3:33
1-9 Souvenir
Composed By – Drdla*
3:58
1-10 Allegro
Arranged By – Bent*, O'Neill*Composed By – Fiocco*
2:58
1-11 L'Abeille
Arranged By – Kross*Composed By – François Schubert*
1:02
1-12 Tango
Arranged By – Dushkin*Composed By – Albéniz*
2:51
1-13 Midnight Bells
Arranged By – Kreisler*Composed By – Heuberger*
3:04
1-14 Auf Flügeln Des Gesanges
Arranged By – Achron*Composed By – Mendelssohn*
3:41
1-15 Valse Bluette
Arranged By – Leopold AuerComposed By – Drigo*
2:21
1-16 La Capricieuse
Composed By – Elgar*
3:36
1-17 From The Canebrake
Composed By – Gardner*
1:42
1-18 Deep River
Arranged By – Heifetz*Composed By – Anonymous
2:32
1-19 Minstrels
Composed By – Debussy*
2:11
1-20 Old Folks At Home
Arranged By – Kreisler*Composed By – Foster*
3:32
2-1 Praeludium And Allegro
Composed By – Kreisler*
5:19
2-2 Liebeslied
Composed By – Kreisler*
4:11
2-3 Liebesfreud
Composed By – Kreisler*
3:41
2-4 Polichinelle (Sérénade)
Composed By – Kreisler*
1:45
2-5 Schön Rosmarin
Composed By – Kreisler*
2:03
2-6 Caprice Viennois, Op. 2
Composed By – Kreisler*
4:07
2-7 Tambourin Chinois
Composed By – Kreisler*
3:45
2-8 Menuet Célèbre
Composed By – Paderewski*
3:33
2-9 Caprice In E Flat Major
Composed By – Wieniawski*
2:13
2-10 Caprice In A Minor
Composed By – Wieniawski*
1:25
2-11 Rondino On A Theme By Beethoven
Composed By – Kreisler*
2:48
2-12 La Chasse
Composed By – Kreisler*
1:54
2-13 La Gitana
Composed By – Kreisler*
3:32
2-14 Spanish Dance, Op. 37 No. 5 'Andaluza'
Composed By – Granados*
4:19
2-15 Variations On A Theme Of Corelli
Composed By – Tartini*

Credits

  • Piano – Eric Gritton (tracks: 1-7 to 1-20; 2-1 to 2-15), George Malcolm (tracks: 1-1 to 1-6)
  • Producer [Recording] – D.M. Walker (tracks: 1-1 to 1-13, 2-1 to 2-15)
  • Remastered By – Chris Bernauer, Paschal Byrne
  • Violin – Alfredo Campoli

Notes

Original Decca LP Releases: LX 3115 (Dohnányi, Paganini/Kreisler – CD1: 1–6); LW 5180 (‘Campoli Encores’ – CD1: 7–13); LW 5242 (‘Encores No. 2’ – CD1: 14–20); LXT 5012 (Homage to Fritz Kreisler – CD2)

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  • Barcode: 0028948251599
  • SPARS Code: ADD
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