Vilde Frang, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, James Gaffigan - Britten, Korngold - Violin Concertos | 2016 | FLAC

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Vilde Frang, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, James Gaffigan - Britten, Korngold - Violin Concertos | 2016 | FLAC
 Artist: Vilde Frang, Frankfurt Radio Symphony, James Gaffigan
Title: Britten, Korngold - Violin Concertos
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Warner Classics
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue)
Total Time: 58:12
Total Size: 312 Mb
Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957)
[1]-[3] Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35
Benjamin Britten (1913-1976)
[4]-[6] Violin Concerto, Op.15
Vilde Frang, violin
Frankfurt Radio Symphony
James Gaffigan, conductor
When Vilde Frang programs violin concertos in unexpected pairs, such as her
2010 coupling of Jean Sibelius" Violin Concerto in D minor with Sergey
Prokofiev"s Violin Concerto No. 1 in D major, or her 2012 disc of Carl
Nielsen"s Violin Concerto matched against Pyotr Il"yich Tchaikovsky"s
Violin Concerto in D major, the results are quite fascinating. For this
2016 release on Warner Classics, Frang plays the Violin Concerto in D
major, Op. 35 of Erich Wolfgang Korngold and the Violin Concerto, Op. 15 of Benjamin Britten, and the works invite comparisons because they are
so dramatically different. Korngold"s music inhabits the lush and
soaring style of late Romanticism, while Britten"s is decidedly
modernist, angular, and edgy, albeit still tonal and approachable. This
is a good match, because the Korngold concerto is so rich and sweet, it
needs a palate cleanser, which the acerbic Britten work supplies. Yet
while Britten"s concerto dates from 1938-39, it"s somewhat surprising to find that Korngold"s was composed after it in 1945, showing that style
is less a matter of time period and more a state of mind. Frang plays
each work with appropriate expression, giving Korngold a passionate and
moving performance, while reserving a dry tone and even brittle delivery for the Britten, which still offers its own kind of lyricism. With
solid accompaniment from James Gaffigan and the Frankfurt Radio
Symphony, Frang delivers a fascinating display of her technique and
interpretive skill, and makes this one of the most successful albums in
her discography.
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