Eino Tamberg - Concerto Grosso / Sümfoonilised Tantsud mp3 flac
Concerto grosso, for orchestra, Op. 5. 1956. Saxophone Concerto, Op. 79. 1987. Sümfoonilised tantsud (Symphonic Dances), for band. Cyrano de Bergerac, opera, Op. 45. 1976.
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Eino Tamberg's Concerto Grosso, Op. 5, was composed in 1956. It was awarded a gold medal at the 6th World Festival of Youth and Students the following year and was subsequently performed through both the Eastern and Western Blocs, launching the Estonian composer's career. Tamberg's Concerto Grosso is scored for a wind quintet consisting of flute, clarinet, trumpet, alto saxophone and bassoon, piano, percussion and a string orchestra, and consists of three movements lasting ca. 25 minutes: Allegro moderato.
6 Concerto grosso, Op. 5 Residentie Orkest Den Haag, Neeme Järvi. Eino Tamberg Suite from the ballet ‘Joanna Tentata’, Op. 37a Symphonic Dances, Op. 6 Concerto grosso, Op. Residentie Orkest Den Haag, Neeme Järvi.
Round dance Eino Tamberg; Residentie Orkest Den Haag; Neeme Järvi. 3. III. Chorale Eino Tamberg; Residentie Orkest Den Haag; Neeme Järvi. 4. IV. Prayers and passions Eino Tamberg; Residentie Orkest Den Haag; Neeme Järvi. V. Feasting people Eino Tamberg; Residentie Orkest Den Haag; Neeme Järvi. The recording features Tamberg's breakthrough on the international music scene, his Concerto grosso from 1956, which also heralded the success of the "new wave" of Estonian composers, including Arvo Pärt, Veljo Tormis and others. Tamberg's passion for instrumental colours stands out and manifests itself in the concerto, with its solo group including flute, clarinet, trumpet, alto saxophone, bassoon and piano; the use of the saxophone is especially notable in view of the fact that in the Stalin era the instrument had been branded as decadent.
CD 1. Eino Tamberg Composer. Joanna Tentata, ballet suite, O. 7a Work. Concerto grosso, for orchestra, O. Work.
Eino Tamberg (born 1930) is an Estonian composer. He studied music composition with Eugen Kapp at the Tallinn Conservatory, graduating in 1953. In Estonia he first became known with his song cycle Viis romanssi Sándor Petöfi luulele (1955) based on poetry by Sándor Petöfi, and with his Concerto Grosso (1956), for which he won a gold medal at an international music festival in Moscow. Tamberg was an important initiator of the anti-romantic composition movement of the late 1950s.
|A||Concerto Grosso, Op. 5|
- Composed By – Eino Tamberg
- Conductor – Sergei Prohhorov
- Orchestra – Eesti Raadio Sümfooniaorkester
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