Beethoven: Violin Concerto - Gaede / Rajski

Beethoven: Violin Concerto - Gaede / Rajski

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Stereo/Multichannel Hybrid

Classical - Orchestral

Beethoven: Violin Concerto*, String Trio^, Op. 3

Daniel Gaede, violin
Thomas Selditz^, viola
Andreas Greger^, cello
Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra*
Wojciech Rajski*, conductor

A soft knock at the door. Who is it? Could it be? - Hopefully it is! - Hidden feelings, longings arise, a sense of who and what it could be, and then the door opens, and it's him – rather than crashing in he enters cautiously, and the reality is even sweeter and more beautiful than imagined - please excuse me giving rein to such unrestrained romanticism, but these are pretty much the associations running through my mind as I listen to this recording. The tapping motif in the timpani and the singing lover are as one: Beethoven's Violin Concerto is chamber music. Daniel Gaede plays unaffectedly without any soloistic pretensions and on the same wavelength as the Polish Chamber Philharmonic Orchestra under Wojciech Rajski. As a prelude rather than an encore, the three brothers in spirit, Daniel, Thomas and Sebastian Gaede play the Serenade, Op. 3.

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