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The 12 cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in Moscow : from the first Moscow International Cello Festival

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  • Creator Tilo Krause, director ; BFMI
  • Format Videos, Slides, Films
  • Contributors
  • Publication [Place of publication not identified] : BFMI, [2008] ©2008
  • Physical Details
    • 1 online resource (1 video file (1 hr., 29 min.)) : sound, color
  • OCLC ocn956370027
  • Credits
    • Berlin Philharmonic Cellists (Dávid Adorján, Andreas Grünkorn, Solène Kermarrec, Martin Menking, David Riniker, Dietmar Schwalke, Richard Duven, Christoph Igelbrink, Olaf Maninger, Ludwig Quandt, Nikolaus Römisch, Knut Weber)

Summary

  • A spotlight on cellos! At the first international cello competition in Moscow, twelve cellists from the Berliner Philharmoniker perform for the first time on the stage of the prestigious Great Hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. "Die 12" are brilliant cellists of one of the most prestigious orchestras around the world, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra who originally gathered to create a solo group of musicians. Their purpose was to explore jewels of a wide repertoire, from classical to popular works, in addition to works especially dedicated to them. This unique ensemble internationally acclaimed has already stirred great enthusiasm of audiences, with its virtuosity and lively art to perform varied repertoires. All the beauty and depth of the cello appears during this tasty and fascinating concert. The bows of the cellists give a new light to the "classics". Indeed they perform it sometimes with lyricism, sometimes with humour, always with an incredible sense of musical unity. The concert is divided into two parts: the first one on the theme of "Angel Dances" and the second on the theme of "Dance around the World". They also perform tango themes with arrangements of works by Astor Piazzolla, jazz themes with the unique style of works composed by Gershwin. They also perform works by Debussy, Verdi and Fauré with his famous Pavane. Last but not least, the end of this concert is a surprise.

Contents

  • Hymnus for 12 Cellos, Op. 57 / Julius Klengel -- Milonga del Angel / Astor Piazzolla, José Carli -- Pavane in F-sharp Minor, Op. 50 / Gabriel Fauré, Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann -- La Muerte del Angel / The Sunken Cathedral / Claude Debussy, Rudolf Leopold -- Quattro Pezzi Sacri. Ave Maria / Giuseppe Verdi, David Riniker -- La Resurreccion Del Angel / Aubade. Presto / Jean Françaix -- Espagnola / Boris Blacher -- Die 12 in Bossa-Nova / Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann -- Suite for Variety Orchestra No. 1, Op. 50b. Lyric waltz / Dmitri Shostakovich, David Riniker -- Clap Yo' Hands / George Gershwin, Michail Tsygutkin -- The Man with the Harmonica / Ennio Morricone, Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann -- Mas, que Nada! / Jorge Ben Jor, Valter Dešpalj -- La flor de la canela / Chabuca Granda -- Fuga y misterio / Libertango / Astor Piazzolla -- The Pink Panther Theme / Henry Mancini, Wilhelm Kaiser-Lindemann -- Song of the birds / Pablo Casals
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