Christopher Palameta – Berlioz’s Lost Oboe: Early French Romantic Music for Oboe and Piano (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz]

Christopher Palameta - Berlioz's Lost Oboe: Early French Romantic Music for Oboe and Piano (2023) [FLAC 24 bit, 192 kHz] Download

Artist: Christopher Palameta
Album: Berlioz’s Lost Oboe: Early French Romantic Music for Oboe and Piano
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2023
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 192 kHz
Duration: 55:39
Total Tracks: 10
Total Size: 1,91 GB

Tracklist:

1-1. Christopher Palameta – 2 Nocturnes, Op. 50: No. 1 in D Minor (11:43)
1-2. Christopher Palameta – Vocalises de Crescentini transcrites pour le hautbois: No. 1, Largo espressivo (02:56)
1-3. Christopher Palameta – Vocalises de Crescentini transcrites pour le hautbois: No. 2, Largo (01:58)
1-4. Christopher Palameta – Aranjuez, Op. 34 (06:43)
1-5. Christopher Palameta – Elégie sur la mort d’un objet chéri (05:21)
1-6. Olivia Sham – Les soupirs de la harpe éolienne, Op. 121: No. 1, Adagio di molto in A-Flat Major (04:36)
1-7. Christopher Palameta – Grand Sonata for Oboe and Piano, Op. 35: II. Romanze (05:36)
1-8. Olivia Sham – L’art du chant appliqué au piano, Op. 70: No. 17, Sérénade de l’opéra “L’amant jaloux” de Grétry (03:05)
1-9. Christopher Palameta – Nocturne in A Minor (09:27)
1-10. Christopher Palameta – Liederkreis, Op. 39: No. 5, Mondnacht (Transcr. for Oboe and Piano by Christopher Palameta and Olivia Sham) (04:10)

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“It is simply a badge of historical injustice that oboists must wear”. Leon Goosens lamented the generally accepted view that the 19th century was a time of crisis in the history of the oboe. The prejudice that the oboe has been forgotten, as it is incompatible with the aesthetics of romantic expression, has been passed down through the generations. This recording brings to light some impressive compositions from the France of the early 19th century, and thus makes it possible to re-evaluate this generally widespread view. All works are first recordings and belong to a great treasure of unknown chamber music for oboe and fortepiano of the 19th century. They bear witness to a lively, dynamic wind tradition in France. Played on a French oboe with ten keys by Guillaume Adler (Paris, c. 1835) and a pianoforte by Erard (Paris, 1840), these soulful and lyrical rarities wonderfully bring out the unique timbres and playing characteristics of these rare original models.

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