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Carl Nielsen : Concertos (Live)

New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert

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“I think in terms of the instruments themselves – I sort of creep into their souls” said Carl Nielsen (1865–1931). His three solo concertos for violin, flute, and clarinet are highly characteristic and expressive works that show how Nielsen developed as a composer, increasingly distancing himself from the classical conventions. This new recording by the New York Philharmonic and Alan Gilbert concludes the acclaimed Nielsen Project with Nikolaj Znaider, Robert Langevin, and Anthony McGill as soloists in vivid live performances from Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. © DaCapo

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Violin Concerto, Op. 33, FS 61 (Carl Nielsen)

1
I. Prelude: Largo - Allegro cavalleresco
00:18:43

Nikolaj Znaider, Violin - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

2
IIa. Poco adagio -
00:06:19

Nikolaj Znaider, Violin - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

3
IIb. Rondo: Allegretto scherzando
00:10:06

Nikolaj Znaider, Violin - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

Flute Concerto, FS 119 (Carl Nielsen)

4
I. Allegro moderato
00:10:54

Robert Langevin, Flute - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

5
II. Allegro un poco
00:07:21

Robert Langevin, Flute - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

Clarinet Concerto, Op. 57, FS 129 (Carl Nielsen)

6
Allegretto un poco -
00:08:07

Anthony McGill, Clarinet - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

7
Poco adagio -
00:04:49

Anthony McGill, Clarinet - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

8
Allegro non troppo - Adagio - Allegro vivace
00:10:55

Anthony McGill, Clarinet - New York Philharmonic Orchestra - Alan Gilbert, Conductor - Carl Nielsen, Composer

2015 Dacapo SACD

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“I think in terms of the instruments themselves – I sort of creep into their souls” said Carl Nielsen (1865–1931). His three solo concertos for violin, flute, and clarinet are highly characteristic and expressive works that show how Nielsen developed as a composer, increasingly distancing himself from the classical conventions. This new recording by the New York Philharmonic and Alan Gilbert concludes the acclaimed Nielsen Project with Nikolaj Znaider, Robert Langevin, and Anthony McGill as soloists in vivid live performances from Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center. © DaCapo

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