Aljaz Cvirn, Isabel Gehweiler Schubert, Gnattali & Vivaldi: Sonatas for Cello & Guitar

Schubert, Gnattali & Vivaldi: Sonatas for Cello & Guitar

Aljaz Cvirn, Isabel Gehweiler

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Includes: 1 Digital booklet

Released on May 18, 2018 by Solo Musica

Main artist: Isabel Gehweiler

Genre: Classical > Chamber Music

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Album : 1 disk - 11 tracks Total length : 00:55:51

    Arpeggione Sonata in A Minor, D. 821 (Arr. K. Ragossnig for Cello & Guitar) (Konrad Ragossnig)
  1. 1 I. Allegro moderato

    Franz Schubert, Composer - Konrad Ragossnig, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  2. 2 II. Adagio

    Franz Schubert, Composer - Konrad Ragossnig, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  3. 3 III. Allegretto

    Franz Schubert, Composer - Konrad Ragossnig, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  4. Cello Sonata in A Minor, Op. 14 No. 3, RV 43 (Arr. W. Haberl for Cello & Guitar) (Antonio Vivaldi)
  5. 4 I. Largo

    Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Walter Haberl, Composer - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  6. 5 II. Allegro

    Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Walter Haberl, Composer - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  7. 6 III. Largo

    Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Walter Haberl, Composer - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  8. 7 IV. Allegro

    Antonio Vivaldi, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Walter Haberl, Composer - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  9. Sonata for Cello & Guitar (Radamés Gnattali)
  10. 8 I. Allegretto comodo

    Radames Gnattali, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  11. 9 II. Adagio

    Radames Gnattali, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  12. 10 III. Con spirito

    Radames Gnattali, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

  13. 12 Danzas espanolas, Op. 37 (Konrad Ragossnig)
  14. 11 12 Danzas españolas (Spanish Dances), Op. 37: No. 5. Andaluza (arr. K. Ragossnig for cello and guitar)

    Enrique Granados, Composer - Konrad Ragossnig, Composer - Isabel Gehweiler, Artist, MainArtist - Aljaz Cvirn, Artist Copyright : (C) 2018 Solo Musica (P) 2018 Solo Musica

About

In the Romantic era, guitar played an important role as accompaniment for vocals, even if Schubert seems to have written almost nothing specifically for the guitar, except a short vocal trio with guitar. In those days, it was common to transpose and redistribute depending on availabilities, so this version of the Arpeggione Sonata for cello and guitar is nothing surprising. Surprising however is the fact that almost no one today plays this work on the arpeggione, as this lost instrument has been replaced by cellos and altos. And yet the arpeggione is “tuned just like a guitar”! This rewriting is the work of Konrad Ragossnig, an Austrian guitarist and lutenist who recently passed away, and was able to keep all of Schubert’s spirit while giving it a more pastoral touch, more “Wanderer” if you will. Ragossnig is also behind the adaptation of Granados’ Spanish dance for cello and guitar that closes the album, as the guitar is naturally very appropriate for the Hispanic idiom. Guitarist Aljaž Cvirn and cellist Isabel Gehweiler, who have formed a duo for a few years, also offer an original work for this same formation of Brazilian composer Radamés Gnattali (1906-1988), at the crossroads between the country’s rich popular music and classical writing. Finally Cvirn and Gehweiler also deliver on a Vivaldi sonata for cello and continuous bass, with the bass part here, of course, given to the guitar. © SM/Qobuz

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