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Schumann - Mendelssohn

Born in Munich, Margarita Höhenrieder is without doubt one of the most brilliant pianists of our time. A highly esteemed soloist and chamber musician, she has performed with many celebrated orchestras, including the Symphony Orchestra of Bavarian Radio, the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the Staatskapelle of Dresden, the Gewandhaus Orchestra of Leipzig, the Mozarteum Orchestra of Salzburg, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic, under conductors like Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Chailly, James Levine, Fabio Luisi, and Lorin Maazel, to name only a few...
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Encores & more

During the first part of the 20th century, short characteristic pieces, which these days are almost only performed as encores, played an important part for the violinist. Following a mostly Baroque “warm-up piece” and a well known violin sonata from the classical or romantic repertoire – sometimes a violin concerto was played alternatively with a piano accompaniment (!) – artists such as Jascha Heifetz, Fritz Kreisler or Mischa Elman arranged the second part of their recitals preferably with those charming, artistic and expressive pieces, which are characterised by a uniform, concise musical atmosphere...
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Birth of the String Quartet

For the first time recorded entirely on Jacobus Steiner instruments Scarlatti, Boccherini, Haydn, Mozart The Jubilee Year 2009 celebrates Joseph Haydn as the most important representatives of the Viennese classics in addition to Mozart. Among its greatest achievements is undoubtedly the "invention" of the string quartet. While typically each student begins with this fascinating genre by Haydn, illuminates the casal quartet with the project "The sound of the 18th century," the various ways to the creation of the European String Quartet...
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Zeitenwandel - Spohr, Bach, Haydn, Hamel, Hindemith

Renowned solo harpist Margit-Anna Süß, a native of Munich, who also appeared as a guest harpist with the Berlin- and Bamberg Symphonic Orchestras, describes a journey through musical eras on her new CD "Zeitenwandel" (lit.: Change of Times), which is a co-production with the 'Bayerischer Rundfunk'. Ms. Süß explains: "I would love to show what music intended to express in different eras and how this can be translated into harp-playing. I deliberately dropped any chronological order as to offer the listener more contrast...
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Werke von Tschaikowsky, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff, Rosenblatt

In 1988 Sergey Dogadin was born in St.Petersburg into a family of musicians. At the young age of 12 he already won well-known prizes in St. Petersburg and Paris. Sergey Dogadin is supported by the ministry for culture of the Russian federation and is awardee of the foundations ‚New Names’, the ‚C. Orbelian International Culture Exchange Foundation’ and the ‚Temirkanov Foundation’. The young artist has already acquired a vast experience of concert activities. He has toured in the USA, in Germany, Holland, England, France, Italy, Estonia, Lithuania, Hungary, Turkey and in Switzerland...
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Motetten von Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy

The Münchner Hofkantorei was re-established in 2009. Like their artistic director and initiator Wolfgang Antesberger, the singers are members of the chorus of the Bavarian Staatsoper. That places the ensemble in the direct historical tradition of the original Münchner Hofkantorei, the Munich court chapel of Duke Wilhelm IV, a member of the house of Wittelsbach. Then as now, the singers from various nationalities are selected according to the choral and solo demands of the music being performed...
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Romantic Virtuosity

In 1997, at the age of twelve, Giuliano Sommerhalder travelled to Moscow from his mountain village of Astano in Ticino to take part in the International Trumpet Competition of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory. He won it, but set even greater store by the fact that the "living legends" among Russian trumpeters heard him and offered him their friendship. Timofei Dokschitzer, Venyamin Margolin, Yury Usov and others saw in him a potential champion of their great tradition. Late-night discussions around kitchen tables in Moscow caused an ambitious plan to form in the boy's mind...
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Quintette Schubert-Schumann

Solo Musica and The Music Agents present this price-crowned album with the renowned Carmina quartet now also finally in Europe. The Production has won in 2008 the “Academy Award of Japan”, comparably with the American Grammy, in the category chamber music, and the 3rd place of all music sections of the readers and music listeners of the largest music magazine in Japan. Intensity of expression, effortless perfection, and stylistic integrity are the hallmarks of the Carmina Quartet, founded in Switzerland in 1984...
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Live "In Concert" - Werke von Strauß, Brahms und Lehár

Die Berliner Symphoniker sind ein weltweit anerkanntes Orchester, verfügen über ein bekanntes Markenzeichen und genießen große Anerkennung. Namhafte Dirigenten und Solisten suchen die Zusammenarbeit mit dem Orchester. Seit mehr als vier Jahrzehnten sind die Berliner Symphoniker ein fester Bestandteil der Orchesterlandschaft dieser Stadt und besitzen eine kontinuierlich gewachsene musikalische Tradition...
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Canti Drammatici

Yearning is a constant in life and in music. Peteris Vasks's music is always tinged with sorrow and melancholy, but hope is always there as well. "The beauty of nature seizes us like a promise of something," wrote the philosopher Ernst Bloch, and that promise might be seen as Peteris Vasks's point of departure. Although the Third Piano Quartet was not published or premiered until 1875, Brahms had begun working on it in 1855/56. Even for Brahms, who spent a lot of time revising works until he arrived at the final form, twenty years to complete a composition was exceptional...
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