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This Album was a Critics' Choice in Gramophone in 1993 when it was released on the Koch Label. The review was rapturous; "This Concerto is probably Rozsa's most celebrated concert work: it's impassioned romanticism remains wonderfully enthralling... Theme, Variations & Finale was inspired by a wistful melody and helped to make Rozsa's international reputation... Rozsa's rhapsodic intensity and dramatic shading would soon lead to a remarkable career in Hollywood... Vintner's Daughter, a picturesque set of variations, again shows the composer's melodic appeal and he uses the orchestral palette as seductively as in his film music"
This Album was a Critics' Choice in Gramophone in 1993 when it was released on the Koch Label. The review was rapturous; "This Concerto is probably Rozsa's most celebrated concert work: it's impassioned romanticism remains wonderfully enthralling... Theme, Variations & Finale was inspired by a wistful melody and helped to make Rozsa's international reputation... Rozsa's rhapsodic intensity and dramatic shading would soon lead to a remarkable career in Hollywood... Vintner's Daughter, a picturesque set of variations, again shows the composer's melodic appeal and he uses the orchestral palette as seductively as in his film music"
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Format: CD
Label: ALTO
Rel. Date: 04/12/2024
UPC: 5055354414886

Miklos Rozsa: Violin Concerto Theme Variations
Artist: New Zealand Symphony Orchestra
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Op. 24I Allegro Non Troppo Ma Passionato
2. II Lento Cantabile
3. III Allegro Vivace
4. Theme, Variations ; Finale Op. 13A I Theme, Variations 1-3
5. Variation 4
6. Variations 5-6
7. Variations 7-8
8. Finale
9. Humgarian Nocturne Op. 28
10. The Vintner's Daughter Op. 23A (12 Variations on a French Folksong) Theme, Variations 1-4
11. Variations 5-6
12. Variations 7-8
13. Variations 9-10
14. Variations 11-12

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This Album was a Critics' Choice in Gramophone in 1993 when it was released on the Koch Label. The review was rapturous; "This Concerto is probably Rozsa's most celebrated concert work: it's impassioned romanticism remains wonderfully enthralling... Theme, Variations & Finale was inspired by a wistful melody and helped to make Rozsa's international reputation... Rozsa's rhapsodic intensity and dramatic shading would soon lead to a remarkable career in Hollywood... Vintner's Daughter, a picturesque set of variations, again shows the composer's melodic appeal and he uses the orchestral palette as seductively as in his film music"
        
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