Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst – Fantaisie Brillante: The Virtuoso Violin [2CD] (2015)

Artist: The Thomas Christian Ensemble
Title Of Album: Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst – Fantaisie Brillante: The Virtuoso Violin
Year Of Release: 2015
Label (Catalog#): CPO [777 894-2]
Country: Int
Genre: Classical Music
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue,log,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 2 CD
Full Size: 796 MB

CD1
01. Fantaisie brillante sur la marche et la romance de l’opera Otello de Rossini op. 11 [0:15:21.02]
02. Rondino grazioso op. 13 nr. 2 [0:06:07.58]
03. Morceaux de salon op. 13 nr. 1 [0:06:08.22]
04. La Romanesca [0:03:45.46]
05. Elegie op. 10 [0:10:48.74]
06. Streichquartett B-Dur – Allegro non troppo con grazia [0:06:59.09]
07. Streichquartett B-Dur – Andante [0:09:10.72]
08. Streichquartett B-Dur – Allegretto animata e scherzoso [0:02:36.16]
09. Streichquartett B-Dur – Finale – Allegro energico [0:07:19.69]
10. Nocturne op. 8 für Violine und klavier – 1. Andante [0:03:09.22]
11. Nocturne op. 8 für Violine und klavier – 1. Andante molto cantabile [0:05:04.85]
12. Feuillet d’Album für violine und klavier [0:02:17.97]

CD2
01. Pansee fugitives – 1. Passe [0:02:59.22]
02. Pansee fugitives – 2. Souvenir [0:03:32.89]
03. Pansee fugitives – 3. Romance [0:02:12.62]
04. Pansee fugitives – 4. Lied [0:02:50.18]
05. Pansee fugitives – 5. Agitato [0:01:35.61]
06. Pansee fugitives – 6. Abschied [0:02:44.08]
07. Pansee fugitives – 7. Reverie [0:02:59.45]
08. Pansee fugitives – 8. Un caprice [0:02:12.40]
09. Pansee fugitives – 9. Inquietude [0:03:40.82]
10. Pansee fugitives – 10. Priere pendant l’orage [0:03:18.18]
11. Pansee fugitives – 11. Intermezzo [0:03:00.81]
12. Pansee fugitives – 12. Theme original [0:00:57.60]
13. Pansee fugitives – 13. Variation [0:01:28.29]
14. Pansee fugitives – 14. Presto [0:04:00.48]
15. Six morceaux de salon op. 25 – 1. Allegretto [0:04:17.08]
16. Six morceaux de salon op. 25 – 2. Notturno-Andantino [0:04:18.42]
17. Six morceaux de salon op. 25 – 3. Allegro molto moderato [0:05:03.36]
18. Deux Romances op. 15 – 1. Allegretto molto cantabile [0:02:34.92]
19. Deux Romances op. 15 – 2. Agitato ma non allegro [0:03:13.49]
20. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Andante [0:02:40.44]
21. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Thema-lento [0:00:54.00]
22. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Variation 1. Ritenuto [0:01:07.29]
23. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Variation 2 [0:01:12.37]
24. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Variation 3 [0:02:19.20]
25. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Andante [0:01:56.96]
26. Pre aux clercs grand duo pour piano et violin par Ernst et Schunke – Finale [0:05:40.50]
27. Henri Wieniawski / Reverie für viola und klavier [0:06:05.32]

Thomas Christian – violin

The Thomas Christian Ensemble are:

Thomas Christian – violin
Fabian Rieser – violin
Gertrud Weinmeister – viola
Bruno Weinmeister – violoncello
Hans Winking – contrabass
Evgeny Sinayskiy – piano

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst (1814- 1865) was a Moravian violinist and composer. He played in public when he was nine, and in October 1825 entered the Vienna Conservatory, where he studied the violin with Joseph Boehm and composition with Seyfried. Paganini’s appearance in Vienna in 1828 made a profound impression on him, and in 1829 he began following Paganini on tour, playing several of his unpublished works by ear with a degree of fidelity that amazed the composer. After a début in Paris (1831) he withdrew from concert life for three years of further study. In 1837 he and Paganini appeared together in Marseilles, after which Ernst wrote in a letter, ‘The consensus of opinion was that I play with more sentiment, while he conquers more difficulties’. Travels through Europe and Russia followed, bringing him acclaim as one of the outstanding violinists of his time. His most enduring success came in London, where he was first heard on 18 July 1843 in the Hanover Square Rooms; the Musical World described him as the most accomplished living violinist (his immediate rivals were Sivori and Vieuxtemps). He became a regular visitor to London and settled there in 1855. In 1859 he appeared as leader of the Beethoven Society string quartet with Joachim, Wieniawski and Piatti. During his last years illness prevented him from giving performances in public.

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