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  1. Jan 13,  · Gidon Kremer, Latvian classical violinist, artistic director and founder of Kremerata Baltica performs Mozart's Violin Concerto .
  2. AFTER MOZART A Raskatov, W A Mozart, V Silvestrov, A Schnittke Gidon Kremer, Kremerata Baltica Nonesuch HAPPY BIRTHDAY T Bor, J Gys / F Servais, P Heidrich, V Kakhidze, L Kupkovic, A Schnittke, P Tchaikovsky, F Waxman.
  3. The great Georgian composer's twelfth ECM New Series album features first recordings of two major works performed by two powerfully expressive violinists (Gidon Kremer/ Patricia Kopatchinskaja) and Kremerata Baltic who expertly interpret the stark dynamics of the composer's writing. Issued in celebration of Kancheli's 80th birthday/5(10).
  4. In February Gidon Kremer and Kremerata Baltica received the Grammy Award in the “Best Small Ensemble Performance” category for After Mozart on Nonesuch; the album was awarded an ECHO Klassik later that year. Their release on ECM of works by Mieczysław Weinberg was nominated for a Grammy in
  5. Regularly associated with Gidon Kremer and Kremerata she will be part of a scintillating and touching programme including Mendelssohn's Concerto for Violin and String Orchestra in D minor; Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D minor, a milestone on the way to the definition of the free artist at the end of the 18th century, and Schumann’s incredibly.
  6. Most of the recordings are of a small group with violin, bandoneon, guitar, bass and piano. These recordings were released on the Nonesuch Records label, initially as a single CD in then in as part of an 8-cd collection of all Gidon Kremer's previous Piazzolla recordings for .
  7. Jan 12,  · Kremerata Baltica The performances on this CD are superb. They are especially successful at bringing out the playful side of the Mozartian musical vision -- not only as shown in the obviously experimental pieces by other composers, but also in how the more-familiar pieces by Mozart are interpreted and recorded (e.g., the cadenzas in the final movement of the Author: Gidon Kremer, Kremerata Baltica.
  8. Violinist Gidon Kremer and his talented ensemble, Kremerata Baltica, have been producing fresh interpretations of classic and contemporary classical works for some time now. This release is no exception. The idea behind "After Mozart" is a simple one but produces wonderful results/5(4).

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