Godowsky: Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

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Godowsky - Strauss transcriptions and other waltzes

Godowsky - Strauss transcriptions and other waltzes


Godowsky:

Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Johann Strauss: No. 1, Künstlerleben

Walzermasken No. 2 'Pastell'

Walzermasken No. 14 'Französisch'

Walzermasken No. 22 'Wienerisch'

Walzermasken No. 24 'Portrait Joh. Str.'

Triakontameron No. 4 'Rendezvous'

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Triakontameron No. 13 'Terpsichorean Vindobona'

Triakontameron No. 21 'The Salon'

Triakontameron No. 25 'Memories'

The Last Waltz

Oscar Straus. Idealized version by Leopold Godowsky

Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Johann Strauss: No. 2, Die Fledermaus

Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Johann Strauss: No. 3, Wein, Weib und Gesang


Marc-André Hamelin’s programme is mostly devoted to Godowsky’s works based on themes by—or directly inspired by—Johann Strauss II. It is not intended to be a comprehensive survey but is, nevertheless, fully representative of Godowsky’s finest reflections on the Waltz King. In the three great Strauss transcriptions, Godowsky elevated the art of the piano paraphrase to a higher musical and pianistic plane; however their extreme technical difficulty remains a striking feature and places them out of the reach of ordinary pianists. And Marc-André Hamelin is, of course, no ordinary pianist—in fact his playing on a recent disc (see below) was compared to that of Alkan and Liszt.

Triakontameron and Walzermasken are rarely performed examples of Godowsky’s original work, and continue the composer’s love-affair with the waltz—they are written entirely in 3/4 time. The last work on this dazzling disc is an oddity—indeed, a rarity. Sometime prior to 1925, Godowsky made a piano roll of his arrangement of The Last Waltz by Oscar Straus (1870–1954), the Vienna-born composer. The eponymous Waltz is heard throughout the 1920 operetta. The music of Godowsky’s transcription was never published for some unknown reason—it is a uniquely appealing arrangement. In the early 1970s, Gilles Hamelin, the pianophile father of Marc-André, notated, arranged and edited The Last Waltz from Godowsky’s piano roll, which was then published in 1975. Shortly afterwards, a copy of the negative of Godowsky’s manuscript was sent to Gilles Hamelin. It was all but illegible, so Hamelin Snr. Made a fair copy in his own hand: in almost every respect it tallied with the version he had transcribed from the piano roll.

“There's no need for analogies about a surfeit of Viennese cream-cakes with this excellent CD: the musical inventions is so brilliant and varied, and the performance so coruscating, that one's attention is firmly held.” BBC Music Magazine, August 2008 *****

“How many fingers does Hamelin have? Thirty would be a conservative estimate, though the magic of his piano playing lies in his subtlety and flow, never in any shallow brilliance. Manner matches matter perfectly in this lilting CD of three “symphonic metamorphoses” of Johann Strauss’s waltzes by the piano virtuoso Leopold Godowsky. They sound symphonic too, deftly worked, complex in structure and emotion. The succulent recording is the cherry on the cake.” The Times, 15th August 2008 ****

“Whatever you think of the music, Hamelin's playing is infinitely seductive and flawlessly judged in its mixture of panache, grace and charm.” The Guardian, 15th August 2008 ***

“Countless inner voices and contrapuntal rejoinders abound in these works, and Hamelin makes them audible and clear… All told, a stellar achievement…” Gramophone Magazine, September 2008

“[The symphonic metamorphoses] are more than just for show, and Hamelin brings out their poetic intent as much as their panache and vivid energy.” The Telegraph, 23rd August 2008

“Here's another release that testifies to Marc- André Hamelin's cultured musicianship, extraordinary keyboard proficiency and unflappable tonal control. His key assets include the most together, impeccably voiced chords in the business, plus octaves, trills and rapid leaps that remain effortlessly even and focused, regardless of tempo.
All of this comes into delightful play over the course of the three big Strauss Symphonic Metamorphoses.
Countless inner voices and contrapuntal rejoinders abound in these works, and Hamelin makes them audible and clear without resorting to the pianistic equivalent of red-ink underlining or pop-up windows. Furthermore, Hamelin is a seasoned and subtle orchestrator at the piano; notice how he achieves such eloquent shading of simultaneous legato and detached phrases with no more help from the sustain pedal than is necessary.
One could argue that Godowsky's pinpoint tempo modifications throughout Wein, Weibund Gesang might benefit from stronger characterisation, in the manner of Shura Cherkassky's admittedly more capricious Decca recording, although Hamelin eschews the older pianist's cuts; in fact, Hamelin plays all three Metamorphoses complete, as written. As it happens, the less demanding shorter selections from Walzermasken, Triakontameron and The Last Waltz inspire some of Hamelin's most poetic, lyrically inspired playing on disc.
All told, a stellar achievement, graced by Hyperion's close-up yet ample engineering, plus Godowsky biographer Jeremy Nicholas's thoroughly informative and penetrating annotations.”
Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010

GGramophone Magazine

Editor's Choice - September 2008

Hyperion - CDA67626

(CD)

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Kaleidoscope - Piano Encores

Kaleidoscope - Piano Encores


Albéniz:

Tango (No. 2 from Espana, Op. 165)

(arr. Godowsky)

Chaminade:

Autrefois, Op. 87 No. 4

Chopin:

Nocturne No. 15 in F minor, Op. 55 No. 1

Ballade No. 3 in A flat major, Op. 47

Glazunov:

Waltz in D major Op. 42 No. 3

Godowsky:

Waltz-Poem IV for the left hand alone

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Hofmann, J:

Kaleidoscope, Op. 40 No. 4

Moszkowski:

Spanish Caprice

Rachmaninov:

Polka de V.R.

Rameau:

Tambourin

(arr. Godowsky)

Rubinstein:

Melody in F major, Op. 3 No. 1

Saint-Saëns:

Le carnaval des animaux: Le Cygne

(arr. Godowsky)

Schubert:

Moments Musicaux, D780: No. 3 in F minor

(arr. Godowsky)

Scriabin:

Prelude, Op. 11 No. 5 in D major

Strauss, J, II:

Wein, Weib und Gesang, Op. 333

(arr. Godowsky)

Tchaikovsky:

Nocturne for cello & small orchestra (or cello & piano), Op. 19 No. 4


Australian Eloquence - ELQ4768537

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Godowsky - Piano Music

Godowsky - Piano Music


Godowsky:

Passacaglia

44 variations, cadenza and fugue on the opening of Schubert's 'Unfinished' Symphony, 1927

Das Wandern

Gute Nacht

Ungeduld

from Twelve Schubert Songs freely transcribed for the piano, 1926

Weber Invitation to the Dance Op. 65

contrapuntal arrangement, c1905

Ballet Music from 'Rosamunde'

(Schubert) 1922

Moment Musical in F minor

(Schubert, op 94 no 3) 1922

Symphonic Metamorphoses on Themes by Johann Strauss: No. 1, Künstlerleben

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

1919


Rian de Waal (piano)

‘A musical as well as a technical revelation … De Waal’s virtuosity is awe-inspiring, and he’s complemented throughout by a beautifully natural and wide-ranging recording’ (Gramophone)

“This disc is amazing, even hilarious, but should probably be taken in two or three separate doses. Godowsky's inventiveness reaches its apogee in the vast Passacaglia on the opening of Schubert's Unfinished, but it's all wild stuff, to which Rian de Waal does ample justice.” BBC Music Magazine, July 2006 *****

Helios - CDH55206

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Itzhak Perlman - Violin Encores

Itzhak Perlman - Violin Encores


Achron, J:

Hebrew Melody, Op. 33

Albéniz:

Sevilla (from Suite Española, Op. 47)

Arensky:

Serenade for Violin & Piano, Op. 30 No. 2

Bazzini:

La Ronde des lutins, Op. 25

Castelnuovo-Tedesco:

Tango

Debussy:

La plus que lente

Petite Suite: Menuet

Golliwog's Cakewalk (from Children's Corner)

Petite Suite: En bateau

Drigo:

Valse Bluette for Viola & Piano

Elgar:

Salut d'amour, Op. 12

Fauré:

Berceuse, Op. 16

Foster, S:

I Dream of Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair

Gershwin:

It Ain't Necessarily So (from Porgy and Bess)

Preludes (3)

Godowsky:

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Grasse, E:

Wellenspiel (Waves at Play)

Halffter, E:

Danza de la gitana

Mendelssohn:

Song without Words, Op. 19b No. 1 in E major 'Sweet Remembrance'

Paganini:

Sonata for violin & guitar in E minor, Op. 3 No. 6

Rachmaninov:

Prelude Op. 23 No. 5 in G minor

Melody, Op. 21 No. 9

How fair this spot, Op. 21 No. 7

Vocalise, Op. 34 No. 14

Rameau:

Rigaudon

Ravel:

Valses nobles et sentimentales No. 6 in C major

Valses nobles et sentimentales No. 7 in A minor

Rimsky Korsakov:

Flight of the Bumble Bee

Sarasate:

Danza Española No. 4: Jota Navarra, Op. 22, No. 2

Danza Española No. 2: Habanera, Op. 21, No. 2

Danza Española No. 5: Playera Op. 23 No. 1

Schumann:

The Prophet Bird Op. 82 No. 7

Stravinsky:

Chanson Russe

Suk:

Four Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 17: Nos. 3 & 4

Taeye:

Humoresque

Tchaikovsky:

Souvenir d'un lieu cher, Op. 42: Mélodie in E flat major

trad.:

Deep River

Vale, F:

Prelude No. 15 'Ao pé da fogueira'

Wieniawski:

Polonaise brilliante No. 2 in A major, Op. 21

Mazurka in G major, Op. 19 No. 1 'Obertas'

Polonaise brilliante No. 1 in D major, Op. 4

Scherzo-Tarantelle in G minor, Op. 16


Itzhak Perlman & Sam Sanders

EMI Gemini - 4769572

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Stephen Hough's New Piano Album

Stephen Hough's New Piano Album


Chaminade:

Pierrette - Air de ballet, Op. 41

Autrefois, Op. 87 No. 4

Godowsky:

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Hough:

Musical Jewellery Box

Étude de Concert

Kalman:

Was weiss ein nie geküsster Rosenmund

(arr. Hough)

Liszt:

Soirées de Vienne: valse-caprice No. 6 (after Schubert), D427 No. 6

Moszkowski:

Étincelles, Op. 36 No. 6

Paderewski:

Mélodie in G flat major, Op. 16 No. 2

Rachmaninov:

Humoresque in G major, Op. 10 No. 5

Melodie in E Major, Op. 3 No. 3

(revised 1940 version)

Rodgers, R:

Hello young lovers (from The King and I)

(arr. Hough)

The Carousel Waltz

(arr. Hough)

Schubert:

Moments Musicaux, D780: No. 3 in F minor

(arr. Godowsky)

Morgengruss (No. 8 from Die schöne Müllerin, D795)

(arr. Godowsky)

Tchaikovsky:

Humoresque, Op. 10 No. 2

Dumka (Russian Rustic Scene), Op. 59

Pas de quatre

(arr. Wild)

Music from Sleeping Beauty

(arr. Pabst & Hough)

trad.:

Londonderry Air

(arr. Hough)


“Stephen Hough fashions a viable programme culled from a bottomless piano bench of transcriptions, encores and other sundry ear-ticklers.
Indeed, Hough proves that one can make a well-balanced meal using only desserts. Modern pianists, to be sure, are more calorie conscious than their forebears, and Hough is no exception.
It's not his way to emphasise inner voices or linger over juicy modulatory patterns, à la Hofmann, Moiseiwitsch, Horowitz, Cortot or Cherkassky. If Hough prefers to bind Godowsky's garish counterpoints with skimmed milk rather than double cream, he's cheeky (and smart!) enough to insert his own ossias into Moskowski's Etincelles, or to retool the Tchaikovsky/ Pabst Sleeping Beauty Paraphrase to more brilliant pianistic effect. As in his previous 'Piano Albums', Hough serves up his own Rodgers & Hammerstein transcriptions. If the decorative note-spinning in 'Hello, Young Lovers' distracts from rather than enhances the eloquent original, the pianist's giddy romp through 'The Carousel Waltz' is a tour de force that brilliantly recaptures both the tender and tough-minded qualities inherent in the musical's book. Hough's own Etude de Concert gets plenty of finger-twisting mileage out of a rather un-memorable theme, harmonised, however, with clever Gershwinisms.
The unadorned Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky selections are played with heartfelt simplicity and a lean yet singing sonority.”
Gramophone Classical Music Guide, 2010

Hyperion Instrumental Selections - CDA67043

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Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope


Behr:

Lachtäuben

(trans. Sergei Rachmaninov)

Bentz Woods:

Valse Phantastique

Blanchet:

Au jardin du vieux sérail (Andrianople) Op. 18 No. 3

Blumenfeld:

Etude for the left hand, Op. 36

Casella:

Deux Contrastes, Op. 21

Glazunov:

Petit Adagio (extrait des ‘Saisons')

(trans. Marc-André Hamelin)

Godowsky:

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Hamelin:

Étude No. 3 in B minor 'after Paganini-Liszt'

Étude No. 6 in D minor 'Esercizio per pianoforte, Omaggio a Domenico Scarlatti'

Hofmann, J:

Nocturne (‘Complaint')

Kaleidoscope, Op. 40 No. 4

Kapustin:

Toccatina Op. 36

Lourié:

Gigue

Massenet:

Valse folle

Michaìowski:

Etude d'après l'Impromptu en la bémol majeur de Fr. Chopin, Op. 29

Moszkowski:

Etude in A flat minor, Op. 72 No. 13

Offenbach:

Concert Paraphrase of ‘The Song of the Soldiers of the Sea'

(trans. Jakob Gimpel)

Poulenc:

Intermezzo in A flat major

Vallier:

Toccatina


Marc Andre Hamelin (piano)

“A collection of miniature piano rarities and transcriptions put together to fascinating effect.” BBC Music Magazine, September 2007

Hyperion Instrumental Selections - CDA67275

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Godowsky: Music for Violin and Piano

Godowsky: Music for Violin and Piano


Godowsky:

Twelve Impressions

Avowal (Poem No. 2)

Waltz Poems (2)

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

arr. J. Heifetz

Night in Tangier


Nazrin Rashidova (violin) & Roderick Chadwick (piano)

Leopold Godowsky was one of the greatest piano virtuosos of his time, many of whose compositions for the piano have long since taken their place in the repertoire. However, his violin music is almost unknown. Avowal is a charming transcription of his piano work Poem No. 2. The Twelve Impressions were dedicated to Fritz Kreisler and his wife, and are largely derived from Godowsky’s original piano pieces but refashioned to allow for Kreisler’s fingerings and bowing.

“The performances are crisper, more persuasive and better recorded...[than] their only previous complete recording.” Gramophone Magazine, September 2013

Naxos - 8573058

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Brodsky Quartet: Petits Fours

Brodsky Quartet: Petits Fours

Favourite Encores


Debussy:

Beau Soir

arr. Paul Cassidy

Elgar:

Chanson de Nuit, Op. 15 No. 1

arr. Paul Cassidy

Chanson de Matin, Op. 15 No. 2

arr. Paul Cassidy

La Capricieuse, Op. 17

arr. Paul Cassidy

Falla:

Nana (No. 5 from Siete canciones populares españolas)

arr. Andrew Haveron

Polo (No. 7 from Siete canciones populares españolas )

arr. Andrew Haveron

Godowsky:

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

arr. Paul Cassidy

Khachaturian:

Sabre Dance from Gayane

arr. Andrew Haveron

Kreisler:

Caprice Viennois, Op. 2

arr. Paul Cassidy. For Quartet and Viola

Bob Smissen (viola)

Mendelssohn:

Auf Flügeln des Gesanges, Op. 34 No. 2

arr. Paul Cassidy

Prokofiev:

The Love for Three Oranges: March

arr. Andrew Haveron

Ravel:

Violin Sonata in G major: 2. Blues

arr. Andrew Haveron

Valses nobles et sentimentales No. 6 in C major

arr. Paul Cassidy

Sarasate:

Danza Española No. 5: Playera Op. 23 No. 1

arr. Paul Cassidy

Danza Española No. 6: Zapateado, Op. 23, No. 2

arr. Paul Cassidy

Shostakovich:

Duet for Two Violins and Piano

arr. for Quartet by Ian Belton

Waltz from Suite for Variety Orchestra

plus:

Schumann arr. Paul Cassidy: Sehr Langsam; Three Pieces from Kinderszenen arr. for Quartet and Piano

Dvořák arr. Paul Cassidy: Humoresque for Quartet and Piano

Philip Edward Fisher (piano)


Chandos Records signed an exclusive contract with the Brodsky Quartet in time for the celebrations of its fortieth anniversary in 2012.

Formed in 1972, the Brodsky Quartet quickly emerged at the forefront of the international chamber music scene. It has performed more than 2000 concerts and made more than fifty highly acclaimed recordings. This is the Quartet’s first release on Chandos, and includes many of the encores it has performed over the years, notable for their novelty and diverse range of styles and emotions. All the pieces have been arranged by past or current members of the Quartet, and together form an entertaining and original collection.

The Quartet has enjoyed many successful collaborations over the years, and regularly works with artists such as Elvis Costello, Sting, Anne Sofie von Otter, Martin Roscoe, Michael Collins, Tunde Jegede, Dawn Upshaw, and Björk. Its boundless energy and tremendous enthusiasm have led it in many artistic directions, from the classic quartet repertoire of Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, and Tchaikovsky, to the very cutting edge of contemporary music and styles. Its passion to embrace ‘all good music’ has been the driving force behind its success and has kept its approach fresh and its enthusiasm high since its formation.

One recurring characteristic of the performances of the Quartet is its inclusion of guest artists, who take the group away from the standard string quartet repertoire. This will be reflected in two further recordings to be released on Chandos in 2012: A CD of works by Debussy, with the multi-award-winning pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet in the Piano Trio and the harpist Sioned Williams and double-bass player Chris Laurence in the Deux Dances for harp and strings; and a disc of American songs with the bass-baritone Sir Willard White.

“the Brodsky Quartet blow the musical cobwebs off some of the most cherishable miniatures in the repertoire...so swaggeringly sensual is the Brodsky's Playera (Sarasate), so alluringly suave their Caprice viennois (Elgar), in which they are joined by gifted viola player Robert Smissen, that it becomes hard to imagine these pieces played any other way - or any better.” BBC Music Magazine, April 2012 *****

“What is so striking about the playing of the Brodsky Quartet throughout is their brimming love for the music, with some ravishing shading down to the most hushed pianissimos. All this is caught in wonderfully rich and transparent sound, a credit to the Chandos engineers.” Gramophone Magazine, June 2012

Chandos - CHAN10708

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The Philharmonics

The Philharmonics

Waltzes By Johann Strauss. Arranged by Schoenberg, Berg & Webern


Godowsky:

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Kováč:

Yiddische Mame

Kreisler:

Marche miniature viennoise

Schön Rosmarin

Caprice Viennois, Op. 2

Strauss, J, II:

Kaiser-Walzer, Op. 437

arr. by Arnold Schoenberg

Lagunen-Walzer Op. 411

arr. by Arnold Schoenberg

Rosen aus dem Süden, Op. 388

arr. by Arnold Schoenberg

Wein, Weib und Gesang, Op. 333

arr. by Alban Berg

Schatz-Walzer, Op. 418

arr. by Anton Webern


The Philharmonics

The Philharmonics, the ensemble founded by members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, fill the Café Sperl with some of the most authentically Viennese sounds imaginable – the Strauss waltzes that Schoenberg, Berg and Webern arranged and performed in May 1921 to raise funds for their pioneering “Society for Private Musical Performances”.

This is music the players have in their blood, and they maintain the echt atmosphere with Godowsky’s tribute to the city, “Alt-Wien” and a clutch of Kreisler gems, rounding the programme off with a new piece by the ensemble’s leader Tibor Kováč, based on traditional Jewish melodies and Mahler themes, “Yiddische Mame”.

BONUS: How Schoenberg came to arrange waltzes by Strauss

Picture Format Blu-ray: Full HD

Sound Formats Blu-ray: DTS HD Master Audio, PCM Stereo

Region Code: 0 (worldwide)

Running Time: 64:20 min

Running Time Bonus: 10:05 min

Disc Format: BD 25

FSK: 0

“the DVD itself is a colourful evocation of old Vienna that admirably demonstrates the power of DVD to add positively to what one merely hears on CD...The five Strauss waltzes are proficiently played and idiomatically phrased...the whole represents an altogether admirable demonstration of how DVD can combine enlightenment and pleasure to joyous effect.” Gramophone Magazine, April 2012

Blu-ray Disc

Region: all

Accentus Music - ACC10228

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The Philharmonics

The Philharmonics

Waltzes By Johann Strauss. Aarranged by Schoenberg, Berg & Webern


Godowsky:

Triakontameron No. 11 'Alt Wien'

Kováč:

Yiddische Mame

Kreisler:

Marche miniature viennoise

Schön Rosmarin

Caprice Viennois, Op. 2

Strauss, J, II:

Kaiser-Walzer, Op. 437

arr. by Arnold Schoenberg

Lagunen-Walzer Op. 411

arr. by Arnold Schoenberg

Rosen aus dem Süden, Op. 388

arr. by Arnold Schoenberg

Wein, Weib und Gesang, Op. 333

arr. by Alban Berg

Schatz-Walzer, Op. 418

arr. by Anton Webern


The Philharmonics

The Philharmonics, the ensemble founded by members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, fill the Café Sperl with some of the most authentically Viennese sounds imaginable – the Strauss waltzes that Schoenberg, Berg and Webern arranged and performed in May 1921 to raise funds for their pioneering “Society for Private Musical Performances”.

This is music the players have in their blood, and they maintain the echt atmosphere with Godowsky’s tribute to the city, “Alt-Wien” and a clutch of Kreisler gems, rounding the programme off with a new piece by the ensemble’s leader Tibor Kováč, based on traditional Jewish melodies and Mahler themes, “Yiddische Mame”.

BONUS: How Schoenberg came to arrange waltzes by Strauss

Picture Format DVD: NTSC 16:9

Sound Formats DVD: Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1, PCM Stereo

Region Code: 0 (worldwide)

Running Time: 64:20 min

Running Time Bonus: 10:05 min

Disc Format: DVD 9

FSK: 0

“the DVD itself is a colourful evocation of old Vienna that admirably demonstrates the power of DVD to add positively to what one merely hears on CD...The five Strauss waltzes are proficiently played and idiomatically phrased...the whole represents an altogether admirable demonstration of how DVD can combine enlightenment and pleasure to joyous effect.” Gramophone Magazine, April 2012

DVD Video

Region: 0

Format: NTSC

Accentus Music - ACC20228

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$29.25

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