Strauss, Korngold: Violin Concertos. Pavel Sporcl gets points for coupling Strauss' infrequently recorded Violin Concerto with Korngold's more popular Violin Concerto. He gets further points for bringing to the works his lean but sweet tone, agile but incisive technique, and energetic but not overdriven sense of rhythm. In spite of these virtues, Sporcl's performances lack distinction. The Strauss sounds generic and needs more dedication if it is to come across as more than an early work by a talented but unsteady young composer
Pavel Šporcl's two most recent projects have manifested his remarkable stylistic flexibility. Vivaldi's Four Seasons and the crossover CD Gipsy Way with the Roma cimbalom band Romano Stilo earned the violin virtuoso richly deserved s on the part of critics and listeners alike. Published: 28th August 2009. This album has received following awards: Deska mesice /cena polskeho casopisu Myzika 21 "Plyta mesiaca"/ (2010). Pavel Šporcl's two most recent projects have manifested his remarkable stylistic flexibility. With this new CD, Šporcl returns to classical music . Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Op. 8.
Erich Wolfgang Korngold composed his Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 35, in 1945. Working in the lush, lyrical idiom reminiscent of fin de siècle Vienna, Korngold wrote the violin concerto for unusually large instrumental forces (within the concerto idiom).
Pavel Sporcl gets points for coupling Strauss' infrequently recorded Violin Concerto with Korngold's more popular Violin Concerto. Read full description. Strauss, Korngold: Violin Concertos (2009). Brand new: lowest price.
Strauss, Korngold: Violin Concertos - Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D major, Op. 35: II. Romance, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Op. 8: I. Allegro, Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Op. 8: III. Rondo. Presto and 6 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist.
Pavel Šporcl and Jiri Kout with the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Liza Ferschtman and Jiří Malát with the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Miranda Cuckson and Paul Freeman with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra. The album offers original compositions for violin solo and orchestra with baroque and oriental sound images. In 2015, he produced the DVD Marionettes Dance, directed by Boris Penth in collaboration with the University of Music & Performing Arts of Vienna, Austria. During the 1920s he re-orchestrated, re-arranged and nearly re-composed, for the theater, operettas by Johann Strauss II. By 1931 he was a professor of music at Vienna State Academy. At the request of director Max Reinhardt, and due to the rise of the Nazi regime, Korngold moved to the . in 1934 to write music scores for films.