Karl Amadeus Hartmann - Concerto Funebre (CD, Album)
Label: WERGO - 6714-2 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Classical • Style: Contemporary
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As this uncompromising disc coupling his Concerto funebre for violin and string orchestra with his pairs of suites and sonatas for solo violin shows, Hartmann 's harmonies were sometimes at the dissonant edges of tonality, his melodies frequently on the far side of clarity, and his attacks as often as not over the top into blatant brutality.8/
Karl Amadeus Hartmann has been proclaimed by supporters the finest German symphonist since Johannes Brahms, although he is a somewhat controversial figure among the more open-minded. Using Baroque, jazz and various other musical elements, he forged an eclectic style that divulged the influence of Reger, Stravinsky and Hindemith.
Karl Amadeus Hartmann — Münchener Kammerorchester, Christoph Poppen - Funèbre (CD, Album, Club) ECM New Series, ECM New Series, ECM Records ECM , , /5(2).
The Concerto funebre (, rev ) has fared better on disc than any other Hartmann work Its powerful inner message of grief and protest continue read more Login or .
Hartmann is a German composer that has unfortunately been forgotten over time. This compilation contains three of his pieces: Concerto Funebre, Symphony No. 4, and Chamber Concerto (in that order). The first is equal parts brooding, heavy, melodic, and meditative.
Karl Amadeus Hartmann (2 August – 5 December ) was a German composer. through performances and recordings, is his Concerto funebre for violin and strings, composed at the beginning of World War II and making use of a Hussite chorale and a Russian revolutionary song of
Watch the video for Concerto funebre: II. Adagio from Karl Amadeus Hartmann's Britten: Variations On A Theme of Frank Bridge / Hartmann: Concerto Funebre / Bartok: Divertimento for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.