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Eberle, Rattle: Beethoven – Violin Concerto (24/192 FLAC)

Eberle, Rattle: Beethoven - Violin Concerto (24/192 FLAC)

Eberle, Rattle: Beethoven – Violin Concerto (24/192 FLAC)


Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven, Jörg Widmann
Performer: Veronika Eberle
Orchestra: London Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Sir Simon Rattle
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Label: LSO Live
Catalogue: LSO5094
Release: 2023
Size: 1.97 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61 (cadenza by Jörg Widmann)
01. I. Allegro ma non troppo
02. II. Larghetto
03. III. Rondo. Allegro

04. Violin Concerto Movement in C major, WoO 5

For her debut concerto album, violinist Veronika Eberle revisits a work that has endured more than two centuries, and shares a fresh interpretation featuring new cadenzas by composer Jörg Widmann.

“May listeners hear the Violin Concerto – in all its stark radicalism, its brazen beauty and its love of experimentation – in a new way with these cadenzas: as contemporary music of today.” – Jörg Widmann

Not only is Beethoven’s Violin Concerto a particular favourite of Veronika, it has been central to her career to date – most notably alongside Sir Simon Rattle, who has been Veronika’s long-time supporter and collaborator. When she was just 16, Sir Simon introduced her at the 2006 Salzburg Easter Festival, where she performed this very concerto to a packed Salzburg Festpielhaus.

On this album, the pair reunite to bring this sublime masterpiece to life, and to celebrate the work that first brought Veronika to international attention.

A performance review: “Eberle and Rattle brought a numbed stillness to the Largo, into which Widmann’s uncanny, ethereal cadenza dovetailed quite naturally, developing into a dialogue with the LSO’s leader. The finale brought more war-music as well as tavern-band humour in the return of the double bass. When the LSO Live album of the concert appears, it should make for essential listening.” – Peter Quantrill, The Strad

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