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Burleske In D Minor For Piano And Orchestra. A. Burleske In D Minor For Piano And Orchestra. Violin Concerto In D Minor,Op.
Conductor – Kurt List. Design – Atelier Gams. Orchestra – Orchester Der Wiener Volksoper. Piano – Eugene List (tracks: A1). Sleeve Notes – Kurt List. Sleeve Notes – André Espiau De La Maëstre. Violin – Caroll Glenn (tracks: B1 to B3). Notes. Back cover info: Burleske published by Steingräber. Printed in Austria Sleeve notes also in French. Center-labels info: Stereo Hi-Fi Made in Austria.
Conductor – Clemens Krauss (tracks: B to D3), Kurt List (tracks: A1 to A3). Orchestra – The Bamberg Symphony Orchestra (tracks: B to D1, D3), Orchestra Of The Vienna Volksoper (tracks: A1 to A3), Bavarian Radio Orchestra, The (tracks: D2). Sleeve Notes – Malcolm Rayment.
Orchestra – Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Orchestrated By – Hubay (tracks: B2). Piano, Soloist – Eugene List (tracks: A1 to B1). Violin, Soloist – Carroll Glenn (tracks: B2). This is the first UK Mono version for this catalogue number. OTHER INFORMATION: - Recorded February 1962 in the Mozart-Saal, Wiener Konzerthaus, Vienna - Labelography code: ED1 - Sub tracks in track A2 are not banded on vinyl List plays Liszt", Gramophone magazine, September 1964, p. 21.
During his boyhood Strauss attended orchestra rehearsals of the Munich Court Orchestra (now the Bavarian State Orchestra), where he received private instruction in music theory and orchestration from an assistant conductor. In 1872, he started receiving violin instruction at the Royal School of Music from Benno Walter, his father's cousin. In early 1882, in Vienna, he gave the first performance of his Violin Concerto in D minor, playing a piano reduction of the orchestral part himself, with his teacher Benno Walter as soloist. The same year he entered Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, where he studied philosophy and art history, but not music.
Richard Strauss's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D minor, Op. 8, was written in 1881-1882. This violin concerto was written during the composer's teenage years while he was still attending his last two years of school, and is less distinctive than many of his later orchestral works. Despite this it contains some bold and inventive solo writing as well as occasional passages that hint at the composer's mature harmonic style
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Violin – Carroll Glenn
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Piano – Eugene List