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Carlos Veerhoff - chamber music
Price: € 9,99
WWE 1CD 31879

Carlos Veerhoff
chamber music

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1. Sonate für Klavier op. 53 - Allegro non troppo 05:26 Share
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- Adagio 06:07 Share
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- Allegro giocoso 03:29 Share
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Sonate für Violine und Klavier op. 47 - Allegro moderato - allegretto 08:22 Share
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- Andante sostenuto 04:52 Share
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- Allegro 06:12 Share
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Divertimento per tre op. 48 10:37 Share
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1. Streichtrio op. 56 - Allegro non troppo 07:45 Share
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- Lento 03:37 Share
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- Allegro grazioso 05:31 Share
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Dialogues II op. 62 08:42 Share
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7 mal 1 op. 58 07:37 Share
Total Time 01:18:17
Digital Booklet - only with album
Veerhoff’s drive to recast traditional forms in the vocabulary of the avant-garde is particularly evident in his chamber music. For all its resolve and concision, his music language is highly expressive, and, at least partly, a result of his preoccupation with dodecaphony, from which he derived his own principles of composition. Two concerns lie at the center of his work: Many of his compositions are essentially a call for the preservation of the world, life, and the planet. And then there is his understanding of tradition as responsibility towards new ideas. The use of traditional forms and the way many of his pieces actually sound unmistakably refer to the expressive musical language of the Second Viennese School. Among these pieces are Klaviersonate No. 1, Violinsonate op. 47, and Streichtrio op. 56, all of which have three movements in the traditional tempi quick-slow-quick. By contrast, the piece 7 mal 1 op. 58 for percussion bewitches its audience with unvarnished expressions of Veerhoff’s “enjoyment of the musical development of sound and friendly irony” (Franzpeter Messmer).

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