Ernest Kraehmer Quatre Rondeaux II
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Ernest Kraehmer (1795-1837) Quatre Rondeaux op. 33 (1834) Vol 2: Rondo no.... more
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Ernest Kraehmer (1795-1837)
Quatre Rondeaux op. 33 (1834)
Vol 2: Rondo no. 3 in g minor & Rondo no. 4 in G major
for soprano recorder and piano
Aura-Edition AE 019-MB, score and solo part
Central and demanding work of the Csakan repertoire in concertante form.
The long-lost piano part has been written by the editor in the sense of period accompaniments to other woodwind works.
Volume 2 comprises the touching Rondo no. 3 in g minor, which is without doubt one of the most substancial works of Krähmer: the lamenting main theme reminds on the musical language of Schumann, the other emotional and cantable or dance-like episodes sound like Schubert. But not enough: the main theme mutates into a relaxed major key and ends by an energetic coda. The multi-level Rondo no. 4 in G major works like a recollection of most popular musical thoughts inspired by the early Mendelssohn, Carl Maria von Weber and Bernhard Molique. After a general pause, the piece ends in an almost symphonic manner, and, as often the case in Krähmer's oeuvre, in a Mozart-like finale.
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