Simón Gollo – Chausson Concert in D Major & Chanson perpétuelle (2020)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time – 50:24 minutes | 910 MB | Genre: Classical
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Written between 1889 and 1891, the Concert is unique in the chamber music repertoire—scored for solo violin and piano with string quartet. Chausson entitled it Concert (French for concerto) rather than “Sextet,” but the work lies somewhere between a double concerto, in which the two solo instruments are pitted against an entire orchestra, and a sextet, in which all the instruments are more or less equal. Chausson dedicated the Concert to Eugène Ysaÿe, who played the solo violin part at the premiere in Brussels on March 4, 1892. The Crickboom Quartet played the remaining string parts, and Auguste Pierret, the pianist.
The artists on this recording performs at prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall (New York), Cadogan Hall (London), 92nd Street Y’s Kaufmann Concert Hall (New York), National Gallery of Art (Washington DC), Bolívar Hall (London), Teatro Teresa Carreño (Caracas), Auditorio Blas Galindo (México, DF), Auditorio Manuel de Falla, (Granada), the Teatro Mayor (Bogotá), and for renowned organizations such as the BBC Proms Festival, the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and the Chamber Music Society of Detroit.
Ernest Chausson (1855 – 1899): Concert in D Major for Violin, Piano & String Quartet, Op. 21:
1 Concert in D Major for Violin, Piano & String Quartet, Op. 21: I. Décidé – Calme – Animé
2 Concert in D Major for Violin, Piano & String Quartet, Op. 21: II. Sicilienne
3 Concert in D Major for Violin, Piano & String Quartet, Op. 21: III. Grave
4 Concert in D Major for Violin, Piano & String Quartet, Op. 21: IV. Finale. Très animé
5 Chanson perpétuelle, Op. 37 (Version for Piano Quintet)