Concerto For Piano And Orchestra, Op. 42. Piano – Alfred Brendel. Violin – Wolfgang Marschner. B2. Andante Grazioso.
Piano Concerto, Op. Alfred Brendel (pianist). Michael Gielen (conductor). Southwest German Symphony. This performance of the Schoenberg Piano Concerto is fun. I want to listen to it again and again. That can't be said of some other performances, that are just plainly a chore. It is colorful, musical, interesting: Michael Gielen and Alfred Brendel flower and blend and envive the phrases and scenes with discovery and leave m. .not wanting to leave. f I V e s t a r s . On the flip side of this record is the Schoenberg Violin Concerto
Schönberg - Alfred Brendel, Wolfgang Marschner - Piano Concerto, Op. 42, Violin Concerto, Op. 36 (LP, Album, RE, RM).
Schoenberg: Piano Concerto O. 2/Violin Concerto O. 6/Berg:Violin Concerto/Kubelik. The disc closes with a fantastic rendition of the Schoenberg Violin Concerto featuring Israeli violinist Zvi Zeitlin. This performance is really spectacular, and it makes me want to hear more Zeitlin. Of course one of the questions that comes up today with older performances of the Schoenberg concerto is how they measure up to Hillary Hahn's runaway hit record from a few years ago.
Berg: Violin Concerto; Schoenberg: Piano Concerto. Piano Concerto, Op. 3. Andante.
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra, Op. 42: II. Molto allegro - Baden-Baden Radio Symphony Orchestra, Michael Gielen, Alfred Brendel. 4. Allegro - Rudolf Firkusny, Members of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Rafael Kubelik.
Schoenberg - Violin Concerto. Rolf Schulte (violin), David Wilson-Johnson (Narrator, Reciter) & Jeremy Denk (Piano). The Fred Sherry Quartet, Simon Joly Chorale & Philharmonia Orchestra, Robert Craft. Hilary Hahn's recording of Schoenberg's Violin Concerto (see above) paraded cool beauty where others could find only sweat and tears. Schoenberg: Piano Concerto & Berg: Violin Concerto. Henryk Szeryng (violin), Alfred Brendel (piano), Zvi Zeitlin (violin). Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Rafael Kubelik.
Béla Bartók's Violin Concerto No. 1, S.36, BB 48a was written in the years 1907–1908, but only published in 1956, after the composer's death, as "Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. posth. It was premiered on 30 May 1958 in Basel, Switzerland. The concerto was dedicated, as was Othmar Schoeck's concerto for the same instrument, to the violinist Stefi Geyer, with whom Bartók was in love. Geyer could not reciprocate Bartók's feelings and rejected the concerto
Sir Neville Marriner – Prelude from Holberg Suite, O. 0. Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner – 1. Allegro con spirito. Allegro con brio. Andrew Marriner, Academy of St. Allegro. Pepe Romero, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner – 2. Andantino alla Siciliana con variazioni.