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Brahms: Opus 38 & 99

Claudio Bohórquez & Péter Nagy

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The German cellist – of Peruvian and Uruguayan descent – Claudio Bohórquez is one of the most in-demand soloists of our times. A student of Pergamentchikow, he quickly took to great competitions like the Moscow Tchaikovsky Competition or the Rostropovitch Competition in Paris, where he gave a good account of himself, before seizing first prize at the prestigious Geneva Competition, and above all the Casals First Prize, which launched his international career. It was a career which has seen him perform at the Dresden Staatskapelle, the Gewandhaus of Leipzig, the Vienna Symphonic, the Orchestre de Paris, and of Toulouse, and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. On the piano, Péter Nagy is a famous old hand, who in 1979 won the famous Hungarian Radio Competition, which opened many doors for him. A much sought-after chamber musician, he has been found alongside Miklós Perényi, Leonidas Kavakos, Kim Kashkashian, Nobuko Imai and Ruggiero Ricci. Here, our two friends have chosen a repertoire which is discographically well-represented, it's true, but no-one will complain about this sumptuous music, sumptuously played. By way of a follow-up, we have three Hungarian Dances adapted by Alfredo Piatti, the "Paganini of the Cello", according to Liszt, and the beautiful Lied Wie Melodien zieht es mir re-written for cello. It's a beautiful recording, it must be said. © SM/Qobuz

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Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38 (Johannes Brahms)

1
I. Allegro non troppo
00:13:44

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

2
II. Allegretto quasi Menuetto
00:05:21

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

3
III. Allegro
00:06:45

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

Cello Sonata No. 2 in F major, Op. 99 (Johannes Brahms)

4
I. Allegro vivace
00:09:23

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

5
II. Adagio affettuoso
00:07:07

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

6
III. Allegro passionato
00:07:00

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

7
IV. Allegro molto
00:04:39

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Johannes Brahms)

8
Hungarian Dance No. 5 in F Minor
00:02:22

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

Hungarian Dance No. 1 (Johannes Brahms)

9
Hungarian Dance No. 1 in G Minor
00:03:31

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

Hungarian Dance No. 7 (Johannes Brahms)

10
Hungarian Dance No. 7 in C Major
00:02:33

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

Fünf Gesänge (Johannes Brahms)

11
Fünf Gesänge, Op. 105 No. 1: Wie Melodien zieht es mir
00:02:28

Johannes Brahms, Composer - Claudio Bohórquez, Cello - Peter Nagy, Piano

2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH 2018 Berlin Classics/Edel Germany GmbH

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The German cellist – of Peruvian and Uruguayan descent – Claudio Bohórquez is one of the most in-demand soloists of our times. A student of Pergamentchikow, he quickly took to great competitions like the Moscow Tchaikovsky Competition or the Rostropovitch Competition in Paris, where he gave a good account of himself, before seizing first prize at the prestigious Geneva Competition, and above all the Casals First Prize, which launched his international career. It was a career which has seen him perform at the Dresden Staatskapelle, the Gewandhaus of Leipzig, the Vienna Symphonic, the Orchestre de Paris, and of Toulouse, and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. On the piano, Péter Nagy is a famous old hand, who in 1979 won the famous Hungarian Radio Competition, which opened many doors for him. A much sought-after chamber musician, he has been found alongside Miklós Perényi, Leonidas Kavakos, Kim Kashkashian, Nobuko Imai and Ruggiero Ricci. Here, our two friends have chosen a repertoire which is discographically well-represented, it's true, but no-one will complain about this sumptuous music, sumptuously played. By way of a follow-up, we have three Hungarian Dances adapted by Alfredo Piatti, the "Paganini of the Cello", according to Liszt, and the beautiful Lied Wie Melodien zieht es mir re-written for cello. It's a beautiful recording, it must be said. © SM/Qobuz

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