Annette Unger – Contrasts: Dresden Solo (2021) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz]

Annette Unger - Contrasts: Dresden Solo (2021) [FLAC 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Annette Unger
Album: Contrasts: Dresden Solo
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2021
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 01:08:53
Total Tracks: 23
Total Size: 1,39 GB

Tracklist:

1. Annette Unger – No. 49, Contrasts (02:32)
10. Annette Unger – No. 1, Energetic (02:12)
11. Annette Unger – No. 2, Cantabile (02:32)
12. Annette Unger – No. 3, With Verve (01:36)
13. Annette Unger – I. Praeludium. Molto sostenuto (04:11)
14. Annette Unger – II. Scherzino. Poco vivace – Piu tranquillo (02:30)
15. Annette Unger – III. Quasi adagio (04:12)
16. Annette Unger – IV. Presto (01:54)
17. Annette Unger – V. Fuge. Moderato poco maestoso (03:01)
18. Annette Unger – Fantasy for Solo Violin (08:16)
19. Annette Unger – No. 1, ABC. Mambo Feel (04:42)
2. Annette Unger – I. Largo (02:39)
20. Annette Unger – No. 2, Major Thirds, Minor Thirds. As in Blues (03:34)
21. Annette Unger – No. 3, 2-3-4. Exuberant (02:08)
22. Annette Unger – No. 48, Maestoso (00:50)
23. Annette Unger – No. 47, Gypsy Melody (02:16)
3. Annette Unger – II. Allegro (05:54)
4. Annette Unger – III. Giga (04:02)
5. Annette Unger – IV. Variations (05:30)
6. Annette Unger – No. 17, Allegro appassionato [Change of Meter] (00:55)
7. Annette Unger – No. 18, Foxtrot (00:49)
8. Annette Unger – No. 34, Waltz (01:01)
9. Annette Unger – No. 14, Polka and Mazurka (01:26)

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From the very first note, violinist Annette Unger’s new Genuin recording will captivate you with an eclectic program featuring early and contemporary music from Dresden, full of electrifying contrasts. The oldest composition is by Bach contemporary Johann Georg Pisendel, while the most recent by Manfred Weiss was premiered by Annette Unger as recently as 2015. Aside from Pisendel’s great work, all the other pieces in this production are world premiere recordings. Annette Unger, who plays flawlessly and with a wealth of color, presents a kaleidoscope of violinistic possibilities, compositional ideas, and intellectual approaches to music, intimately connected to the musical city of Dresden.

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