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Bram Heemskerk

Dohnanyi2, Ernst, Lipinski2

December 8, 2008 at 12:00 PM

More rare violinconcerto's where you can read the solopartscore. The violinconcerto's of the Polish Karol Lipinski (1790-1861), Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1814-1865) and the 2th violinconcerto of the Hungarian Ernst von Dohnanyi (1977-1960) .

Dohnanyi, Ernst von (1977-1960) Violinconc. 2 op.43 movement 1 Allegro molto moderato

 

Dohnanyi, Ernst von (1877-1960) Violinconconceto 2 op.43 movement 2 Intermezzo-Allegro comodo e scherzando

 

Dohnanyi, Ernst von (1877-1960) Violinconcerto 2 op.43 movement 3 Adagio molto sostenuto

 

Dohnanyi, Ernst von Violinconcerto no2 op.43 movement 4 Allegro risoluto e giocoso

 

Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm (1814-1865) violinconcerto (begin) op.23

 

Ernst, Heinrich Wilhelm (1814-1865) violinconcerto (end) op.23

 

Karol Lipinski (1790-1861) 2th violinconcerto op.21 in D major "Concerto Militaire" movement 1 part1 Allegro marziale

 

Karol Lipinski (1790-1861) 2th violinconcerto op.21 in D major "Concerto Militaire" movement 1 part2 Allegro marziale

 

Karol Lipinski (1790-1861) 2th violinconcerto op.21 in D major "Concerto Militaire" movement 2 Adagio, piuttosto andante

 

Lipinski, Karol (1790-1861) 2th violinconcerto op.21 in D major "Concerto Militaire" movement 3 Rondo

 


From Paul G.
Posted on December 8, 2008 at 10:18 PM

I'm proud of myself cause I've actually heard of the Lipinski and Ernst:)


From Bram Heemskerk
Posted on December 9, 2008 at 11:43 AM

That 's great. Now you  learn the name Dohnanyi and can hear it and see the musicnotes and images of the composer and images of cd's. Perhaps later in your life you will play some chambermusic of these composers or these violinconcerto's in an orchestra or perhaps as soloist. Because of your talent I think the last option has more chance than 1th or 2th violin in an orchestra.


From Jonathan Frohnen
Posted on December 9, 2008 at 8:30 PM

Every violinist should have heard of Lipinski and Ernst...Ernst especially, such a huge figure in the 19th century, hopefully the new biography by Dr. Rowe will bring his name and music back into the light where it belongs.  

http://www.ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&pageSubject=310&calcTitle=1&sort=publication_date%2bDESC&forthcoming=1&title_id=10220&edition_id=10931

 


From carlos majlis
Posted on December 9, 2008 at 8:56 PM

To anybody looking for recordings:

Dohnanyi 1 and 2:Vilmos Szabadi-Tomas Vasary and Budapest Orch.on Hungaroton

Lipinski 2,3 and 4: Albrecht Breuninger-Wojciech Rajski and Polish Radio O-on CPO


From Paul G.
Posted on December 9, 2008 at 11:01 PM

Wow. The first movement of the Ernst is so dark and interesting! Beautiful.

I may have to learn that one!!


From Larry Samuels
Posted on December 10, 2008 at 8:28 PM

Bram

I'd just like to thank you fro posting these, and the other pieces you've put up on YouTube as well. I enjoy being able to follow along the violin part when I'm trying to understand a piece that's new to me, so I really appreciate your editing the video to show the violin part so well.

I like to think I share your enthusiasm for the less well-known violin pieces; there are some real gems we don't get to hear very often at concerts, aren't there? 

Best regards,

Larry Samuels

 

 

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