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Maria Kliegel / Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó - Ernó Dohnányi: Konzertstück for Cello and Orchestra; Sonata for Cello and Piano; Ruralia Hungarica album download
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Maria Kliegel / Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó - Ernó Dohnányi: Konzertstück for Cello and Orchestra; Sonata for Cello and Piano; Ruralia Hungarica album download

Performer:
Maria Kliegel / Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó
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Ernó Dohnányi: Konzertstück for Cello and Orchestra; Sonata for Cello and Piano; Ruralia Hungarica
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Chamber Music,Concerto
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01:02:24
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1532 mb
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Konzertstück, for cello & orchestra in D major, Op. 12. Michael Halász, Jenö Jandó, Maria Kliegel. Ruralia Hungarica: Andande rubato, alla zingaresca, for cello & piano, Op. 32d.

Jeno Jando (piano), Maria Kliegel (cello), Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia, Michael Halasz. Dohnányi: Konzertstück in D major for Cello and Orchestra Op. 28:54. Erno Dohnanyi was another of those 20th-century throwbacks to the Romantic Age who continued to produce lush, melodic opuses long after they had gone out of style. But they're coming back in vogue, so maybe we'll see a Dohnanyi comeback. The major work represented here is his Konzertstuck for Cello and Orchestra, a pleasant, songful, rhapsodic piece that lingers long enough for momentary enjoyment and then recedes into oblivion.

Ernö DOHNÁNYI (1877-1960) Konzertstück for Cello and Orchestra, Sonata for Cello and Piano, Ruralia Hungarica for Cello and Piano Maria Kliegel (cello); Jeno Jandó (piano) Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia conducted by Michael Halász. Save around 22% with Crotchet. Dohnányi is one of those, of whom one thinks are one-work composers. In his case it is the Variations on a Nursery Song ('Twinkle, twinkle Little Star'), but of course he composed other works - not a lot because he was also a brilliant pianist and a busy and accomplished conductor  . A rewarding disc for the adventurous.

Ruralia Hungarcia for Cello and Piano, Op. 06:12. Nicolaus Esterhazy Sinfonia.

length: 28:55 orchestra: Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia conductor: Michael Halász cello: Maria Kliegel. 2. Sonata in B-flat minor for Cello and Piano, op. 8: I. Allegro ma non troppo. length: 8:16 piano: Jenő Jandó cello: Maria Kliegel. 3. 8: II. Scherzo: Vivace assai. length: 5:33 piano: Jenő Jandó cello: Maria Kliegel. 4. 8: III. Adagio non troppo. length: 3:07 piano: Jenő Jandó cello: Maria Kliegel. 5. 8: IV. Tema con variazioni: Allegro moderato.

His Konzertstück for cello and orchestra pays a huge tribute to Strauss, while the Sonata for cello and piano easily could be mistaken for Brahms No. 3 in the same genre. This is enjoyable, if highly predictable music. Only the Ruralia Hungarica stands out as an expressive and personal evocation of the composer’s native land. Jenö Jandó’s powerful piano playing is the ideal partner to her solid, straightforward performances  . 8; Ruralia Hungarica for cello and piano Op. Maria Kliegel (cello) Jenö Jandó (piano). Halász, Michael (conductor). Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia.

The Cello Sonata was actually written for Dohnanyi's father, who was a very competent cellist. It is bold, dramatic, full of tension, again quite a masterpiece for a composer so young. It has all the qualities of passion and, above all, exhibits tremendous energy and a virtuoso part for the pianist, so that the work is almost a contest between the to instruments! The Ruralia, however, are later-middle works, essentially miniatures. The opening work on this CD, the Konzertstück, for cello & orchestra in D major, Op. 12, had its premiere on March 7, 1906. It is sometimes referred to as his "Cello Concerto", but actually Dohnány's Schumannesque title is more apt. Though on some recordings it is divided into three recognizable movements, it is a smaller, quieter, more rhapsodic work than his lovely full-scale concerti for piano and violin (two of each).

Maria Kliegel Cello, Nicolaus Esterházy Sinfonia Orchestra, Michael Halász Conductor. 1. Konzertstück, for cello and orchestra in D, O. Ernst von Dohnányi Composer. Cello Sonata in Bb, O. Work. Maria Kliegel Cello, Jenö Jandó Piano. llegro ma non troppo. Ruralia Hungarica: Andande rubato, alla zingaresca, for cello and piano, O. 2d Work. 6. 2d.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Konzertstück, for cello & orchestra in D major, Op. 12 Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó / Maria Kliegel 28:54
Sonata for cello & piano in B flat major, Op. 8
2 Allegro ma non troppo Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó / Maria Kliegel 8:15
3 Scherzo: Vivace assai Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó / Maria Kliegel 5:32
4 Adagio non troppo Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó / Maria Kliegel 3:06
5 Tema con Variazioni: Allegro moderato Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó / Maria Kliegel 10:26
6 Ruralia Hungarica: Andande rubato, alla zingaresca, for cello & piano, Op. 32d Michael Halász / Jenö Jandó / Maria Kliegel 6:11