Harp Concerto in E minor, Op. • Flute Concerto in D major, Op. • Ballade, Op. Carl Reinecke is probably better remembered as a teacher than as a. Reinecke: Flute Concertos & Sonatas. Show recording details. CX CARL REINECKE. Flute Concerto in D Major, Op. I. Allegro molto moderato. Results 1 – 10 of 12 This page lists all recordings of Flute Concerto in D major, Op. by Carl Reinecke ().
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In he conducted the first complete performance of Brahms’s German Requiemincluding the new seventh movement, and was the pianist in the first performance of the same composer’s Cello SonataOp.
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The opening Allegro molto moderato is the most symphonic of the three and reflects the influence of Johannes Brahms in its first measures, which seem to join an already existing thought. Today Reinecke is best reinrcke for his piano works, for his Flute Sonata “Undine”and for this D major concerto, which stands as nearly the only Romantic flute concerto still in the repertory the next most notable being Saviero Mercadante’s E minor concerto, composed nearly 90 years earlier! When you purchase a lossless format, we include the Ocncerto free of charge Please note: Reinecke’s 19th-century version of easy-listening lacks both the rhythmic bounce and easy harmonic flow of the 18th-century variety, let alone the cleverness of 20th-century approaches.
Introspection Late Night Partying. He continued his activity as a composer until his death inpart of the romantic German tradition exemplified by Schumann, with a long and varied list of compositions, ranging from opera and vocal and choral works to three symphonies, concert overtures, concertos for the piano and for other instruments, chamber music, piano compositions, fulte and pedagogical works.
Views Read Edit View history. The first movement opens with woodwind chords, over which the rfinecke provides a brief introductory phrase. In his reminiscences, published inReinecke recalled the mercurial and gifted Mendelssohn as quick and incisive in his criticism, while Robert Schumann was less communicative but generally encouraging.
Select your download format. The concerto has a duration of roughly 20 minutes and is composed in three movements:. The Flute Concerto has been compared to other works of the era. The Flute Concerto in D majorOp. Ernst, among others, accepting the position of court pianist in Copenhagen, where he established a connection with the composer Niels W.
The Flute Concerto shows him at his best, and provides a milder taste of the brackish waters of the early 20th century, where traditionalism still mixed with post-romanticism and emerging modernism. Please login to post a review. The Flute Concerto in D majorOp. The B major Adagiothe harp part written in the customary C flat major, a key of greater convenience to the player, allows the soloist to present the first theme, a hymn-like subject with rhythmic echoes of Beethoven that forms the principal substance of the movement.
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That the D major concerto, written inshould be considered Romantic at all is a key to understanding Reinecke’s music, which was very old-fashioned in its day, rooted in the early 19th-century language of Felix Mendelssohn and Robert Schumann. Flute Concerto in D Major, Op.
Listening to the overall texture, in which melody and accompaniment are clearly delineated, and yet rhythmically and gesturally interwoven, it is possible to hear Reinecke the keyboard composer at work. Jazz Latin New Age. In general he had little sympathy with the New German School, the Music of the Future of Wagner and Liszt, happy to remain among the followers and successors of Schumann.
FromReinecke taught at the Cologne Conservatory, and worked at Barmen for five years as a conductor and administrator, on the recommendation of Ferdinand Hiller. The harp enters with ascending arpeggios and the principal theme, dominated by the earlier rhythmic motif. Flute Concertos; Flute Sonatas. The finale is more upbeat than its moderato designation might suggest. Share on facebook twitter tumblr.
He was succeeded in at the Gewandhaus and in retired from his position as director of the Leipzig Conservatory, which he had assumed in Along with the Undine Sonata op.
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Why not buy the whole Album? Retrieved May 10, About Chandos About Us Chandos Records is one of the world’s premier classical music record companies, best known for its ground breaking search for neglected musical gems. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. It has an undeniable craft, and the final movement especially provides virtuosic moments for the soloist. Reinecke’s Harp Concerto in E minorOp. The movement continues in the expected form, with development of the thematic material and display from the solo flute, until the whole orchestra joins in a recapitulation.
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This leads to the solo version of the main theme, now in B major. Languages Nederlands Edit links. Inafter the death of Mendelssohn, Reinecke was once more in Leipzig, and the following year spent some days in Weimar. The first movement opens with geinecke and timpani, soon joined by strings and woodwind, as an important rhythmic motif is introduced.
Carl Reinecke was a virtuoso pianist and teacher whose playing was admired by Franz Liszt and Clara Schumann, and whose students included Liszt’s daughter, Cosima Richard Wagner’s future wifeand, in composition, the young Edvard Grieg. He was born in Altona inthe son of a musician, himself the son of a shoemaker, who was largely self-taught in music, and who provided his son with a sound basis for his future career.
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The Scherzo-Finaleemulating Liszt in its use of the triangle in this context and with a significant element for the trumpet, has the soloist entering with material very much in the mood of a scherzo, a theme that makes clear Reinecke’s allegiance to his earlier mentors, to Mendelssohn and then, in later episodes, to Schumann.