Boris Blacher / Heinz Friedrich Hartig / Siegfried Borris - Deutsche Musik Der Gegenwart Serie I/3 mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Boris Blacher / Heinz Friedrich Hartig / Siegfried Borris|
|Title:||Deutsche Musik Der Gegenwart Serie I/3|
|MP3 album size:||1872 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1762 mb|
|Digital formats:||AAC ASF AIFF AHX AU MP4 AA|
Deutsche Musik Der Gegenwart Serie I/3 (LP).
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Composed By – Boris Blacher (tracks: A1 to A2), Heinz Friedrich Hartig (tracks: B2), Siegfried Borris (tracks: B1). Notes. Produced by VDMK (Verband Deutscher Musikerzieher und konzertierender Künstler) together with Deutschen Grammophon Gesellschaft.
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Various - Deutsche Musik Der Gegenwart Serie I 1970 (6xLP + Box). Improvisation Für Vier Holzbläser Dietrich Erdmann - Berliner Komponistenporträt 1 (LP, Album). Thorofon, Thorofon, Capella (4), Capella (4). MTH 169, 6. 1505.
Boris Blacher (19 January 1903 – 30 January 1975) was a German composer and librettist. Blacher was born when his parents were living within a Russian-speaking community in the Manchurian town of Niuzhuang (Chinese: 牛庄镇) (hence the use of the Julian calendar on his birth record). He spent his first years in China and in the Asian parts of Russia, and in 1919, he eventually came to live in Harbin.
Sarabande from Heinz Friedrich Hartig's Oboe Archive - Hermann Tottcher and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Oboe Archive - Hermann Tottcher. He became acquainted with Boris Blacher, a composer with whom he collaborated extensively. As harpsichordist, Hartig made numerous recordings, mostly in the role of continuo player rather than soloist. His compositional output consists mainly of concertos, sonatas, songs, oratorios and choral works. Heinz Friedrich Hartig (September 10, 1907 in Kassel – September 16, 1969 in Berlin) was a German composer and harpsichordist.
Three Piano Concertos. Boris Blacher: Orchestral Variations on a Theme by Paganini. I wanted to compare Lawrence Leighton-Smith's 1985 recording of the Paganini-Variations featured on that disc, with Kegel's and the Dresden Orchestra in 1980.
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|A1||–Boris Blacher||Divertimento Für Vier Holzbläser, Op. 38
Bassoon – Peter Schmidt Clarinet – Kunibert MichelFlute – Karl-Bernhard SebonOboe – Günter Zorn
|A2||–Boris Blacher||Variationen Über Einen Divergierenden c-Moll-Dreiklang - Streichquartett Nr. 5
Cello – Georg DondererEnsemble – Drolc-QuartettViola – Stefano PassaggioViolin – Eduard Drolc, Jürgen Paarmann
|B1||–Heinz Friedrich Hartig||Oktett Op. 99
Bassoon – Hans LemkeCello – Peter Steiner Clarinet – Herbert StährDouble Bass – Rainer ZepperitzHorn – Gert Seifert*Viola – Kunio TsuchiyaViolin – Alfred Maelcek, Ferdinand Mezger
|B2||–Siegfried Borris||Composizione Per Due Op. 47 Für Violoncello Und Klavier
Cello – Gudrun EcklePiano – Rudolf Piernay
- Composed By – Boris Blacher (tracks: A1 to A2), Heinz Friedrich Hartig (tracks: B2), Siegfried Borris (tracks: B1)
NotesProduced by VDMK (Verband Deutscher Musikerzieher und konzertierender Künstler) together with Deutschen Grammophon Gesellschaft.
A1 written 1951.
A2 written 1967.
B1 written 1960.
B2 written 1966.
Back cover features biography of each composer.