Jean-Louis Duport Concertos for Cello & Orchestra Import 180g LP
Jean-Louis Duport Concertos for Cello & Orchestra Import 180g LP
Genre: Classical
Additional Artists: Peter Horr Hofkapelle Weimar
Format: 33RPM,

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Jean-Louis Duport Concertos for Cello & Orchestra Import 180g LP

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MASLPI1880
UPC:
760623188010
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Limited Edition 180g Vinyl! Only 500 Copies to Be Pressed! Distributed Exclusively by Elusive Disc!

Every cellist knows the 21 Etudes of Jean-Louis Duport. Inexplicably, the 6 cello concertos the celebrated virtuoso surely also composed for himself and performed on his numerous concert tours are almost unknown. Neither practical sheet-music editions nor CD recordings of them exist.

Jean-Louis Duport became one of the most famous cellists of his time. He had to give up his post as solo cellist at the Paris Opéra when the Revolution came in 1789. Since his good connections with noble circles were now of little use, he went to Berlin to join his brother, who was leader of the orchestra at the court of Frederick the Great. There Jean-Louis obtained a post as chamber musician and succeeded his brother as solo cellist at the Berlin Opera. Working together, the Duport brothers reached their highpoint, both financially and artistically.

The Cello Concertos nos. 4 and 5 presented here share the same three-movement scheme: Allegro - slow middle movement - Rondeau. They demand the extremely virtuosic technique which lends expression to the respective affections in what Fétis called the "style large et expressif". In his cello concertos, Jean-Louis Duport was surely influenced by his brother’s direct contact with Mozart and Beethoven. There is some doubt whether it was Jean-Pierre or Jean-Louis who performed the Sonatas op. 5 dedicated to Friedrich Wilhelm II before the king at the court with Beethoven at the piano. -
(from liner notes by Manfred Hörr)

Peter Horr is considered one of the most interesting and versatile German musicians of his generation. An early interest in 'ancient music,' leading to seminal studies with Heinrich Schiff and Christophe Coin at the Basel Music Academy, made him into the wroldwide concert soloist and sought-after chamber musician he is today.

The Hofkapelle of Weimar, founded in 2008, brings together inspired young artists from Germany's leading conservatoires and orchestras in a series of "academies," to give enthusiastic performances of highly demanding programmes. The history of the ducal "court chapel" sets a great example in reconciling Baroque and modern performance practice.

Features:
• Limited Edition - 500 copies
• 180g Vinyl
• Gatefold Jacket
• Made in Germany
• Import

Musicians:
Hofkapelle Weimar
Peter Horr, violoncello, conductor

Selections:
Jean-Louis Duport (1749-1819)
Side A:
Concerto No. 5 D Major

1. Allegro
2. Adagio cantabile
3. Rondeau
Side B:
Concerto No. 4 E Minor

1. Allegro moderato
2. Romance
3. Rondeau

Recorded March 25-27, 2009 at Ehemaliges Ackerhaus der Abtei Marienmunster
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This item not eligible for any further discount offers!

Limited Edition 180g Vinyl! Only 500 Copies to Be Pressed! Distributed Exclusively by Elusive Disc!

Every cellist knows the 21 Etudes of Jean-Louis Duport. Inexplicably, the 6 cello concertos the celebrated virtuoso surely also composed for himself and performed on his numerous concert tours are almost unknown. Neither practical sheet-music editions nor CD recordings of them exist.

Jean-Louis Duport became one of the most famous cellists of his time. He had to give up his post as solo cellist at the Paris Opéra when the Revolution came in 1789. Since his good connections with noble circles were now of little use, he went to Berlin to join his brother, who was leader of the orchestra at the court of Frederick the Great. There Jean-Louis obtained a post as chamber musician and succeeded his brother as solo cellist at the Berlin Opera. Working together, the Duport brothers reached their highpoint, both financially and artistically.

The Cello Concertos nos. 4 and 5 presented here share the same three-movement scheme: Allegro - slow middle movement - Rondeau. They demand the extremely virtuosic technique which lends expression to the respective affections in what Fétis called the "style large et expressif". In his cello concertos, Jean-Louis Duport was surely influenced by his brother’s direct contact with Mozart and Beethoven. There is some doubt whether it was Jean-Pierre or Jean-Louis who performed the Sonatas op. 5 dedicated to Friedrich Wilhelm II before the king at the court with Beethoven at the piano. -
(from liner notes by Manfred Hörr)

Peter Horr is considered one of the most interesting and versatile German musicians of his generation. An early interest in 'ancient music,' leading to seminal studies with Heinrich Schiff and Christophe Coin at the Basel Music Academy, made him into the wroldwide concert soloist and sought-after chamber musician he is today.

The Hofkapelle of Weimar, founded in 2008, brings together inspired young artists from Germany's leading conservatoires and orchestras in a series of "academies," to give enthusiastic performances of highly demanding programmes. The history of the ducal "court chapel" sets a great example in reconciling Baroque and modern performance practice.

Features:
• Limited Edition - 500 copies
• 180g Vinyl
• Gatefold Jacket
• Made in Germany
• Import

Musicians:
Hofkapelle Weimar
Peter Horr, violoncello, conductor

Selections:
Jean-Louis Duport (1749-1819)
Side A:
Concerto No. 5 D Major

1. Allegro
2. Adagio cantabile
3. Rondeau
Side B:
Concerto No. 4 E Minor

1. Allegro moderato
2. Romance
3. Rondeau

Recorded March 25-27, 2009 at Ehemaliges Ackerhaus der Abtei Marienmunster
Genre
Classical
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
27.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Title
Concertos for Cello & Orchestra
Composer
Jean-Louis Duport
Additional Artists
Peter Horr, Hofkapelle Weimar
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
03-03-2015
Availability
In Stock
Format
Vinyl
ISBN
Release Date
04-02-2015
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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