KREISLER, F.: Violin Music (Kraggerud Plays Kreisler)

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Orchestra: Oslo Camerata

Kreisler, Fritz - Composer
Liebesleid (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Military March (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Polichinelle (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Aucassin and Nicolette, "Canzonetta medievale" (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane in the Style of Couperin
La Precieuse in the style of Couperin (arr. P. Wolf for violin and orchestra)
Aubade Provencale in the style of Couperin (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Tempo di Menuetto in the Style of Pugnani (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Praeludium and Allegro in the style of Pugnani (arr. P. Wolf for violin and orchestra)
Toy Soldier's March (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Episode (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Syncopation (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Sicilienne et musette (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Sicilienne and Rigaudon in the Style of Francoeur (arr. P. Wolf for violin and orchestra)
Andantino in the Style of Martini (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Preghiera in the style of Martini (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Rondino on a Theme by Beethoven (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)
Schon Rosmarin (arr. P. Wolf for violin and orchestra)
Scherzo in the Style of Dittersdorf (arr. P. Wolf for violin and orchestra)
Traditional - Composer
Shepherd's Madrigal (arr. N. Rosth for violin and orchestra)

Venue: Old Lodge, Oslo
Playing Time: 01:40:53
Television Director: Lewis, Sean
Catalogue Number: 2.110353
UPC: 747313535354

Playing on Fritz Kreisler's own 'Bergonzi' violin (from c.1740), the brilliant young violinist Henning Kraggerud presents a programme of Kreisler's compositions for violin. Filmed in the intimate surroundings of Oslo's historic Old Lodge, this is a world premiere recording of many of these arrangements for violin and orchestra. Kraggerud introduces the works himself, and leads the Oslo Camerata in a sparkling, thrilling concert.

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