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Benjamin Britten - Gernot Schmalfuß, Mamiko Watanabe / Mannheimer Streichquartett - Complete Works With Oboe FLAC album


Performer: Benjamin Britten
Genre: Classical music
Title: Complete Works With Oboe
Released: 1999
Style: Modern
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Gernot Schmalfuß (oboe), Mamiko Watanabe (piano), Mannheimer Streichquartett. Britten: Phantasy Quartet for Oboe & String Trio, Op. 2. Mannheimer Streichquartett. Gernot Schmalfuß (oboe), Mamiko Watanabe (piano). Britten: Six Metamorphoses after Ovid for solo oboe, Op. 49. Britten: Two Insect Pieces for Oboe and Piano. Britten: Temporal Variations for oboe & piano. Britten, Benjamin (1913-76).

This list of compositions includes all the published works by English composer Benjamin Britten with opus number. Paul Bunyan Op. 17: Operetta in two acts, 114'. Libretto by W. H. Auden, after the American folktale. Premiered on 5 May 1941 at Brander Matthews Hall, New York. Published by Faber Music. Peter Grimes Op. 33: Opera in a prologue and three acts, 147'. Libretto by Montagu Slater, after the poem The Borough by George Crabbe. Premiered on 7 June 1945 at Sadler's Wells, London.

Album · 1986 · 10 Songs. Britten: Complete Works with Oboe. Smyth: String Quartet - String Quintet. Burgmüller: Complete String Quartets, Vol. 2003. 1. 2000. Reger: Chamber Music, Vol. 3.

1 Six Metamorphoses After Ovid (For Oboe Solo Op. 49) 2 3 4 5 6 7 Two Insect Pieces (For Oboe And Piano) 8 9 Temporal Variations (For Oboe And Piano) 1. Phantasy Op. 2 (For Oboe, Violin, Viola And Violoncello) 13:47. Pan Phaeton Niobe Bacchus Narcissus Arethusa. Composed By – Benjamin Britten Ensemble – Mannheimer Streichquartett Oboe – Gernot Schmalfuß Piano – Mamiko Watanabe.

Britten's fondness for the oboe shows in his orchestral writing. Time and again, he used the high, clear sound of the oboe to pierce through the general sound, often using it as if a single voice against the world. The first third of the twentieth century is marked by works by many British composers in the form of chamber music named "Fantasy. This is simply because of the periodic issuing by a wealthy patron of a commissioning prize for such works. Britten composed this Phantasy Quartet for the great British oboist Leon Goossens. Gernot Schmalfuß, Mannheimer Streichquartett.

Find the song lyrics for Gernot Schmalfuß - Top Tracks. Six Metamorphoses After Ovid For Oboe Solo, Op. 49: I. Pan. Gernot Schmalfuß. Top Songs By Gernot Schmalfuß. 01. 12. 02. Two Insect Pieces For Oboe And Piano: II. The Wasp. Gernot Schmalfuß & Mamiko Watanabe. 10. 03. Two Insect Pieces For Oboe And Piano: I. The Grasshopper. Benjamin Britten: Phantasy Quartet (1932). Divertimento No. 3 in E flat, . 66 (159d) (2012 Remastered Version) : I. Allegro.

Britten paid homage to most of the oboists who first performed these works, except for Temporal Variations, by dedicating the work to them. Temporal Variations was dedicated to author Montagu Slater, a colleague of Britten and librettist for Peter Grimes. Montagu Slater was known for his left-wing writings. The disappearance of these works answers the question in part. Other answers are found through letters from Britten and also in his diary entries. Phantasy was a work of a young composer still in his last year of college, whereas Six Metamorphoses after Ovid was composed when Britten was in the midst of his illustrious career.

Gernot Schmalfuß, oboe Andreas Krecher, violino Niklas Schwarz, viola Armin Fromm, violoncello. Cover image: painting by Aln Rankle and Kirsten Reynolds. The music published in our channel is exclusively dedicated to divulgation purposes and not commercial. therealomunit Perhaps this is a ridiculously late response, one year later, but I do believe that this is from an audio CD - Britten Britten - Complete Works with Oboe by Gernot Schmalfuss, released in January 2000. about 3 years ago. Ian Fraser. I love backhanded complements, so I wish I could remember who described this as "rather lonely Ravel". That's not fair, however, as it is very distinctive and original and quite spooky in a way Ravel never could be. In my Top 10 Chamber works (only 1 Beethoven allowed!). about 5 years ago. mizofan In reply to Ian Fraser.

Tracklist

1 Phantasy Op. 2 (For Oboe, Violin, Viola And Violoncello) 13:47
Six Metamorphoses After Ovid (For Oboe Solo Op. 49) (13:52)
2 Pan 2:12
3 Phaeton 1:20
4 Niobe 2:31
5 Bacchus 2:04
6 Narcissus 3:20
7 Arethusa 2:25
Two Insect Pieces (For Oboe And Piano) (4:31)
8 The Grasshopper 2:40
9 The Wasp 1:52
Temporal Variations (For Oboe And Piano) (14:08)
10.1 Theme. Andante Rubato
10.2 Oration. Lento Quasi Recitativo
10.3 March. Alla Marcia
10.4 Exercises. Allegro Molto E Con Fuoco
10.5 Chorale: Molto Lento
10.6 Waltz. Allegretto Rubato
10.7 Waltz. Allegretto Rubato
10.8 Polka. Tempo Di Polka. Allegro
10.9 Resolution. Maestoso (Non Troppo Lento)

Credits

  • Composed By – Benjamin Britten
  • Ensemble – Mannheimer Streichquartett
  • Oboe – Gernot Schmalfuß
  • Piano – Mamiko Watanabe

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