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double concerto

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(Classical Music) a concerto for two solo instruments
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The unsentimental, objectively majestic, sonically transparent and extremely agogically vivacious My Country recorded in Chicago, with a dramatically condensed Tabor and Blanik or an heightened Sdrka, is a true gem that makes it possible to overlook the poor graphic design, the absence of a booklet, as well as the occasional inaccuracies in the recordings' chronology (on the sleeve, Martinu's Double Concerto is mistakenly ascribed to the Czech Philharmonic).
3]s Aubade from the piano with the European Union Youth Orchestra and the Martinu Double Concerto with Sinfonia Cymru and Camerata Nordica.
The title of the most recent piece reviewed here, Double Concerto for violin, piano, and string orchestra (2010-11), raised particular expectations for this reviewer, just as the titles Traumlieder and Schnee did.
Tonal colours shone also in Brahms' Double Concerto for Violin and Cello, despite some imprecise orchestral ensemble.
Hall-Tompkins is first violinist of the O'Connor String Quartet and part of a double concerto duo with Mark O'Connor and member of the Florida-based Ritz Chamber Players.
Paquito D'Rivera liked their work on The Cape Cod Files so much he has since arranged the work as a double concerto for the duo.
In the case of the Double Concerto, there are two "all-interval" four-note chords of this type: one for each of the two instrumental character-groups.
But perhaps the most heartwarming tribute came from Julian Lloyd Webber himself, borrowing on the instant a Birmingham Conservatoire cello and coming out of injury-imposed retirement to join Mrs Lloyd Webber in a Vivaldi double concerto.
Encore une surprise cette annee pour les melomanes; les deux freres David et Alexandre Castro-Balbi venus du Perou seront en concert avec le Double Concerto de Brahms et joueront le chef d'oeuvre de Beethoven pour le plaisir des festivaliers.
But it's the music that matters, and the bonus was the world premiere of a work by renowned American movie score legend James Horner, who had reinvented himself to create Pas de Deux, a double concerto for violin and cello, commissioned by Norwegian brother-sister duo, Mari and Hakon Samuelsen, last here for the 2013 Christmas concerts.
On that occasion, in the spring of 1993, they memorably dispatched Mozart''s Double Concerto (K365).