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Anne-Sophie Mutter - Back To The Future (Selected 20th-Century Violin Works) FLAC album


Performer: Anne-Sophie Mutter
Genre: Classical music
Title: Back To The Future (Selected 20th-Century Violin Works)
Released: 2000
Style: Modern, Neo-Classical, Post-Modern
FLAC version ZIP size: 1622 mb
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The artist takes special pride in performing contemporary compositions for violin

Back to the Future" is the theme Anne-Sophie Mutter has bestowed upon her five-part concert series for the year 2000. With reflection on both the past and the Future, she presented concert-goers with a kaleidoscope of 20th century violin history. Anne-Sophie Mutterhas been performing together with Kurt Masur, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra (the London Symphony Orchestra in London, Frankfurt and Stuttgart) and her chamber music partners Lambert Orkis (piano) and Daniel Müller-Schott (cello). Bartók, Berg, Lutosławski, Moret, Penderecki, Ravel, Rihm, Sibelius, Stravinsky. BBC Symphony Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, André Previn, Staatskapelle Dresden, Wiener Philharmoniker, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Lambert Orkis.

Anne-Sophie Mutter, John Williams, The Recording Arts Orchestra of Los Angeles. A Resumé of the 20th Century – 2000 Back to the Future. It works its way back down in tempo to a Lento then Adagio, and modulating to the key of B major. As the movement draws to a close, the ostinato again appears in its original form in the left hand of the piano, and again in the key of B minor, just before the coda. This sonata was premiered in Bologna on March 3, 1918 with Federico Sarti on violin and Ottorini Respighi, himself, on piano.

Anne-Sophie Mutter on Krzysztof Penderecki and his "Metamorphoses": The great polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki is, in the complexity of his musical development, equal to Picasso. Few composers have demonstrated so many different sides and, at the same time so many contradictions. I met and learned to admire Penderecki at the beginning of the eighties. I found his Polish Requiem, which was written at this time, particularly moving. Now I feel extremely fortunate and privileged to be able to introduce a violin concerto from him to the world

Coupling works by Sibelius, Penderecki, Bartok, Stravinsky, Norbert, Rihm, Berg and Lutoslowski they are mid-priced and if you don't already have them they are a worthwhile investment. Probably the most interesting new work is Penderecki's Metamorphoses

This full Anne-Sophie Mutter discography is alphabetical, however you can sort Anne-Sophie Mutter album list by any column. Note that this complete list of Anne-Sophie Mutter releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them.

Back to the Future: Selected 20th-Century Violin Works. Italian Symphony, Violin Concerto, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Felix Mendelssohn; AnneSophie Mutter, Herbert von Karajan, Rafael Kubelík. Mozart; AnneSophie Mutter, Sir Neville Marriner, Riccardo Muti, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Philharmonia Orchestra. Dutilleux: Sur le même accord, Bartók: Violin Concerto no. 2, Stravinsky: Concerto en ré. Dutilleux, Bartók, Stravinsky; AnneSophie Mutter.

Anne-Sophie Mutter (born 29 June 1963) is a German violinist. She was supported early in her career by Herbert von Karajan, and has had several works composed especially for her, by Sebastian Currier, Henri Dutilleux, Sofia Gubaidulina, Witold Lutosławski, Norbert Moret, Krzysztof Penderecki, André Previn, Wolfgang Rihm, John Williams and others

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Concerto For Violin And Orchestra In D Minor, Op. 47
Composed By – Jean SibeliusConductor – André PrevinEdited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Günter Hermanns, Ulrich VetteEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Klaus Behrens, Reinhild SchmidtExecutive-Producer – Alison Ames*Orchestra – Staatskapelle DresdenProducer [Recording Producer] – Werner MayerSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(31:38)
1-1 1. Allegro Moderato 15:56
1-2 2. Adagio Di Molto 8:27
1-3 3. Allegro, Ma Non Tanto 7:15
Metamorphosen (Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No. 2)
Composed By – Krzysztof PendereckiConductor – Krzysztof PendereckiEdited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Günter Hermanns, Ulrich VetteEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Jobst EberhardtExecutive-Producer – Roger WrightOrchestra – London Symphony Orchestra*Producer [Recording Producer] – Werner MayerSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
1-4 Allegro Ma Non Troppo - Allegro Vivace (Fig. 7) - 14:21
1-5 Allegretto (1 Bar Before Fig. 38) - Allegro Vivo (1 Bar After Fig. 39) - 3:21
1-6 Molto Meno Mosso (Fig.30) - Andante (Fig. 51) - 4:33
1-7 Vivace (Fig. 58) - 2:06
1-8 Scherzande (Fig. 68) - Vivacissimo (Fig. 75) - 5:07
1-9 Andante Con Moto (8 Bars After Fig. 80) - Tempo Primo (Fig. 86)
Sonata For Violin And Piano No. 2 Sz 76
Composed By – Béla BartókEdited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Günter Hermanns, Ulrich VetteEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Reinhild SchmidtExecutive-Producer – Roger WrightPiano – Lambert OrkisProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderViolin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(19:49)
2-1 1. Molto Moderato 8:05
2-2 2. Allegretto 11:44
En Rêve (Concerto For Violin And Chamber Orchestra)
Composed By – Norbert MoretConductor – Seiji OzawaEdited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Günter HermannsEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Jobst Eberhardt, Reinhild SchmidtExecutive-Producer – Alison Ames*, Dr. Steven Paul*Orchestra – Boston Symphony OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(19:35)
2-3 1. Lumière Vaporeuse. Mystérieux Et Envoûtant 7:12
2-4 2. Dialogue Avec L'Etoile 5:44
2-5 3. Azur Fascinant (Sérénade Tessinoise). Exubérant, Un Air De Fête 6:38
Concerto For Violin And Orchestra No. 2 Sz 112
Composed By – Béla BartókConductor – Seiji OzawaEdited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Günter HermannsEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Jobst Eberhardt, Reinhild SchmidtExecutive-Producer – Alison Ames*, Dr. Steven Paul*Orchestra – Boston Symphony OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(38:25)
2-6 1. Allegro Non Troppo 16:15
2-7 2. Andante Tranquillo. Allegro Scherzando - Tempo I 9:58
2-8 3. Allegro Molto 12:12
Concerto En Ré (For Violin And Orchestra)
Composed By – Igor StravinskyConductor – Paul SacherEdited By [Editing] – Ursula SingerEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Wolfgang MitlehnerEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Volker MartinExecutive-Producer – Dr. Steven Paul*Orchestra – Philharmonia OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(21:02)
3-1 1. Toccata 5:51
3-2 2. Aria I 4:09
3-3 3. Aria II 5:13
3-4 4. Capriccio 5:49
Partita (For Violin And Orchestra) (With Obbligato Solo Piano)
Composed By – Witold LutoslawskiConductor – Witold LutoslawskiEdited By [Editing] – Christopher AlderEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Wolfgang MitlehnerEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Klaus BehrensExecutive-Producer – Dr. Steven Paul*Orchestra – BBC Symphony OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Piano – Phillip MollSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(16:26)
3-5 1. Allegro Giusto 4:14
3-6 2. Ad Libitum 1:12
3-7 3. Largo 6:22
3-8 4. Ad Libitum 0:47
3-9 5. Presto 3:51
Chain 2 (Dialogue For Violin And Orchestra)
Composed By – Witold LutoslawskiConductor – Witold LutoslawskiEdited By [Editing] – Christopher AlderEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Wolfgang MitlehnerEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Klaus BehrensExecutive-Producer – Dr. Steven Paul*Orchestra – BBC Symphony OrchestraProducer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
(18:11)
3-10 1. Ad Libitum 3:48
3-11 2. A Battuta 4:58
3-12 3. Ad Libitum 4:58
3-13 4. A Battuta - Ad Libitum - A Battuta 4:27
4-1 Tzigane (Rapsodie De Concert) (For Violin And Orchestra)
Co-producer – Ewald MarklComposed By – Maurice RavelConductor – James Levine Edited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Günter Hermanns, Ulrich VetteEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Reinhild Schmidt, Wolf-Dieter KarwatkyExecutive-Producer – Roger WrightOrchestra – Wiener PhilharmonikerProducer [Recording Producer] – Werner MayerSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
9:58
>>Gesungene Zeit<< (Music For Violin And Orchestra)
Composed By – Wolfgang RihmConductor – James Levine Edited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Gregor Zielinsky, Günter HermannsEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Hans-Rudolf Müller, Reinhild SchmidtExecutive-Producer – Roger WrightOrchestra – Chicago Symphony Orchestra*Producer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
4-2 [Beginning / Anfang] 14:26
4-3 [Bar / Takt 179] 9:54
Violin Concerto
Composed By – Alban BergConductor – James Levine Edited By [Editing] – Reinhild SchmidtEngineer [Balance Engineer] – Gregor Zielinsky, Günter HermannsEngineer [Recording Engineer] – Hans-Rudolf Müller, Reinhild SchmidtExecutive-Producer – Roger WrightOrchestra – Chicago Symphony Orchestra*Producer [Recording Producer] – Christopher AlderSoloist, Violin – Anne-Sophie Mutter
4-4 1. Andante - Allegretto 11:33
4-5 2. Allegro - Adagio 16:11

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polydor International GmbH
  • Copyright (c) – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
  • Recorded At – Walthamstow Assembly Hall
  • Recorded At – Symphony Hall, Boston
  • Recorded At – Medinah Temple
  • Recorded At – Wiener Musikverein
  • Recorded At – Studio Lukaskirche, Dresden
  • Recorded At – Berliner Philharmonie
  • Recorded At – Watford Colosseum
  • Made By – Universal M & L, Germany

Credits

  • Art Direction – Hartmut Pfeiffer
  • Design – WAPS
  • Liner Notes [Bartók, Concerto: In English] – Steven Ledbetter
  • Liner Notes [Bartók, Concerto: In German] – Mathias Hansen
  • Liner Notes [Bartók, Sonata: English Translation] – Stewart Spencer
  • Liner Notes [Bartók, Sonata] – Wolfram Schwinger
  • Liner Notes [Berg: In English] – Arnold Whittall
  • Liner Notes [Berg: In German] – Mathias Hansen
  • Liner Notes [Lutoslawski: German Translation] – Jost Stettien
  • Liner Notes [Lutoslawski] – Witold Lutoslawski
  • Liner Notes [Moret] – Norbert Moret
  • Liner Notes [Penderecki: English Translation] – Stewart Spencer
  • Liner Notes [Penderecki] – Wolfram Schwinger
  • Liner Notes [Ravel: German Translation] – Stefan Lerche
  • Liner Notes [Ravel] – Richard Morrison
  • Liner Notes [Rihm: English Translation] – Mary Whittall
  • Liner Notes [Rihm] – Wolfgang Rihm
  • Liner Notes [Sibelius: English Translation] – Stewart Spencer
  • Liner Notes [Sibelius] – Peter Fuhrmann
  • Liner Notes [Stravinsky] – Anthony Burton
  • Photography By [Artist Photos] – AKG, Arthur Umboh, Christian Steiner , Gabriela Brandenstein, Roger-Viollet, Susesch Bayat, Tom Specht, Zoë Dominic
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Lillian Birnbaum

Notes

[Recording details]
(Stravinsky): London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall, 2/1988
(Lutoslawski): London, Walthamstow Assembly Hall, 8/1988
(Moret, Bartók: Concerto): Boston Symphony Hall, 2/1991
(Berg, Rihm): Chicago Medinah Temple, 6/1992
(Ravel): Wien, Musikverein, Großer Saal, 11/1992
(Sibelius): Dresden, Lukaskirche, 5/1995
(Bartók: Sonata): Berlin, Philharmonie, Großer Saal, 9/1995
(Penderecki): Watford, Colosseum, 1/1997

℗ 1988 (Stravinski, Lutoslawski) Polydor International GmbH, Hamburg; 1991 (Moret, Bartók: Concerto) / 1992 (Rihm, Berg) / 1993 (Ravel) / 1995 (Sibelius) / 1997 (Penderecki, Bartók: Sonata) Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
© 1995 / 1998 / 2000 Detusche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
Printed and Made in Germany

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  • Label Code: LC 0173
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