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Violoncellokonzert op. 67

COMPOSER: Hans Gal
PUBLISHER: Breitkopf und Härtel
PRODUCT TYPE: Piano Reduction
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Cello
All the more fascinating is his unscathed creativity– which might have helped him dealing with those terrible times. In an interview he gave shortly before his death, he reflected the following regarding this work: “It was a blessed time”, during which he was able to write the whole concerto “in one
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Composer Hans Gal
Publisher Breitkopf und Härtel
Instrumentation Cello and Piano
Product Type Piano Reduction
Instrument Group Cello
Year of Publication 2015
Genre Classical
ISMN 9790004184561
No. Pages 76
No. BRKEB8866
Release Date 6/8/2015
Definitive Duration 00:32:00
Description
All the more fascinating is his unscathed creativity– which might have helped him dealing with those terrible times. In an interview he gave shortly before his death, he reflected the following regarding this work: “It was a blessed time”, during which he was able to write the whole concerto “in one rush”. Antonio Meneses was one of the soloists to be thanked for the rediscovery of the concerto. Being the first one to record it in 2012, he praised it enthusiastically: “It’s a very rich concerto, with so many things going on. The more I was able to enter, the more I started enjoying it, and the more I started discovering that it is actually a jewel of a concerto, a concerto that should be part of the normal repertoire of all cellists in the world.” This can no doubt be accomplished more easily with the present modern-day piano reduction. This “Breitkopf Urtext” is based on an earlier transcription which was supervised by the composer himself. “Largely elegiac and introspective, the opening theme achieving an especially poignant simplicity.” (Erik Levi, BBC Music Magazine) “…a rich concerto and I find the tender Andante one of the all-time great cello concerto slow movements.ˮ (Sarah Beth Briggs, BBC Music Magazine)
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