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Searching for Ludwig (Beethoven, Sollima, Ferré)

Mario Brunello, Gidon Kremer, Kremerata Baltica

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Gidon Kremer and Mario Brunello pay tribute to Beethoven by presenting two of his most famous quartets in a version for string orchestra played by Kremerata Baltica. The ensemble’s founder Gidon Kremer directs Op.131 from the violin, while Mario Brunello conducts Op.135 and adds two contemporary pieces, one by Léo Ferré, "the revolutionary, anarchic, inspired singer-songwriter and great lover of Beethoven": Muss es sein? Es muss sein! ; Kremerata Baltica performs this hymn to “free music” in a version arranged by Valter Sivilotti for cello, strings and percussion with Leo Ferré’s original voice.
Note sconte means “hidden notes” in Venetian dialect. Franco Rossi, the legendary cellist of the Quartetto italiano, always invited his students, including Mario Brunello, to look for and give importance to the "note sconte" in the scores of string quartets. He asked Giovanni Sollima to write a piece in memory of Franco Rossi, of his great passion for Beethoven and his note sconte’. © Alpha Classics

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Muss es sein ? Es muss sein ! (Léo Ferré)

1
Muss es sein ? Es muss sein ! (Arr. for Cello, Strings & Percussions)
Léo Ferré
00:06:24

Léo Ferré’s original voice - Mario Brunello, Cello - Léo Ferré, Composer - Valter Sivilotti, Arranger

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

String Quartet No. 16 in F Major, Op. 135 (Arr. for String Orchestra) (Ludwig van Beethoven)

2
I. Allegretto
Mario Brunello
00:06:46

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

3
II. Vivace
Mario Brunello
00:03:21

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

4
III. Lento assai, cantante e tranquillo
Mario Brunello
00:08:28

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

5
IV. Grave, ma non troppo tratto - Allegro
Mario Brunello
00:06:57

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

Note Sconte (First Version for String Orchestra) (Giovanni Sollima)

6
I. Lento
Mario Brunello
00:01:56

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Giovanni Sollima, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

7
II. Un Canone Allegro (Digital Bonus Track)
Mario Brunello
00:01:37

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Giovanni Sollima, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

8
III. Presto dal Quartetto Op.131 by Beethoven (Digital Bonus Track)
Mario Brunello
00:05:02

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Giovanni Sollima, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

9
IV. Leopold Cadenza
Mario Brunello
00:03:31

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Giovanni Sollima, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

10
V. Il deserto rosso
Mario Brunello
00:02:01

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Giovanni Sollima, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

String Quartet No. 14 in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 131 (arr. for string orchestra) (Ludwig van Beethoven)

11
I. Adagio ma non troppo e molto espressivo
Gidon Kremer
00:06:27

Kremerata Baltica - Gidon Kremer, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

12
II. Allegro molto vivace
Gidon Kremer
00:03:14

Kremerata Baltica - Gidon Kremer, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

13
III. Allegro moderato
Gidon Kremer
00:00:53

Kremerata Baltica - Gidon Kremer, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

14
IV. Andante ma non troppo e molto cantabile
Gidon Kremer
00:14:53

Kremerata Baltica - Gidon Kremer, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

15
V. Presto
Gidon Kremer
00:05:24

Kremerata Baltica - Gidon Kremer, Violin & Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

16
VI. Adagio quasi un poco andante
Gidon Kremer
00:02:04

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

17
VII. Allegro
Gidon Kremer
00:06:16

Kremerata Baltica - Mario Brunello, Conductor - Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer

© 2020 Alpha Classics / Outhere Music France ℗ 2020 Kremerata Baltica

Album Description

Gidon Kremer and Mario Brunello pay tribute to Beethoven by presenting two of his most famous quartets in a version for string orchestra played by Kremerata Baltica. The ensemble’s founder Gidon Kremer directs Op.131 from the violin, while Mario Brunello conducts Op.135 and adds two contemporary pieces, one by Léo Ferré, "the revolutionary, anarchic, inspired singer-songwriter and great lover of Beethoven": Muss es sein? Es muss sein! ; Kremerata Baltica performs this hymn to “free music” in a version arranged by Valter Sivilotti for cello, strings and percussion with Leo Ferré’s original voice.
Note sconte means “hidden notes” in Venetian dialect. Franco Rossi, the legendary cellist of the Quartetto italiano, always invited his students, including Mario Brunello, to look for and give importance to the "note sconte" in the scores of string quartets. He asked Giovanni Sollima to write a piece in memory of Franco Rossi, of his great passion for Beethoven and his note sconte’. © Alpha Classics

Details of original recording : Recorded in October 2019 in Kronberg, German (Tracks 1-8) and July 2011 in Eisenstadt, Austria (Tracks 9-15)

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