Mendelssohn: Sinfonia VII Dble Conc For Violin, Piano & Orch
In addition, the 7th Symphony, in four movements for the first time, is twice as long as its predecessors.
The dogma chamber orchestra presents this ground-breaking composition together with the Double Concerto for violin and piano, which was composed only a little later and seems to have been written for the soloists Stephen Waarts and Annika Treutler.
Waarts presents the technically demanding violin part with a melting that one does not often hear in the young generation of violinists. Treutler is in no way inferior; the pianist knows how to bring out the immeasurable richness of tone colours of the Steinway concert grand "Manfred Bürki" from 1901 to its best advantage.
- Mendelssohn: Sinfonia VII In D Minor
- Double Violin Concerto For Violin, Piano & Orchestra In D Minor
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