Nemanja Radulovic – Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto – Rococo Variations (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Nemanja Radulovic - Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto - Rococo Variations (2017) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Nemanja Radulovic
Album: Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto – Rococo Variations
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2017
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 52:07
Total Tracks: 12
Total Size: 985 MB

Tracklist:

1-01. Sascha Goetzel & Nemanja Radulovic & Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra – Tchaikovsky: Concerto For Violin And Orchestra In D Major, Op. 35, TH 59-1. Allegro moderato (18:44)
1-02. Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra & Nemanja Radulovic & Sascha Goetzel – Tchaikovsky: Concerto For Violin And Orchestra In D Major, Op. 35, TH 59-2. Canzonetta. Andante (06:32)
1-03. Nemanja Radulovic & Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra & Sascha Goetzel – Tchaikovsky: Concerto For Violin And Orchestra In D Major, Op. 35, TH 59-3. Finale. Allegro vivacissimo (09:54)
1-04. Nemanja Radulovic & Double Sens & Stephanie Fontanarosa – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Moderato quasi Andante (00:50)
1-05. Double Sens & Stephanie Fontanarosa & Nemanja Radulovic – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Tema. Moderato semplice (01:21)
1-06. Double Sens & Nemanja Radulovic & Stephanie Fontanarosa – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. I. Tempo del Tema (00:43)
1-07. Nemanja Radulovic & Stephanie Fontanarosa & Double Sens – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. II. Tempo del Tema (01:04)
1-08. Double Sens & Stephanie Fontanarosa & Nemanja Radulovic – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. III. Andante sostenuto (03:34)
1-09. Stephanie Fontanarosa & Double Sens & Nemanja Radulovic – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. IV. Andante grazioso (01:52)
1-10. Double Sens & Nemanja Radulovic & Stephanie Fontanarosa – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. V. Allegro moderato (03:13)
1-11. Stephanie Fontanarosa & Double Sens & Nemanja Radulovic – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. VI. Andante (02:21)
1-12. Nemanja Radulovic & Stephanie Fontanarosa & Double Sens – Tchaikovsky: Variations On A Rococo Theme, Op.33, TH.57-Arr. By Yvan Cassar-Var. VII. Allegro vivo (01:54)

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After his exciting journey into the musical tradition of Eastern Europe (Journey East) and the Baroque sound-scapes of J.S. Bach (Bach), Nemanja Radulović now turns his attention to the Russian master of the Romantic era, Tchaikovsky, excelling as violinist and (in an arrangement of the famed Rococo-Variations for viola and string ensemble) a violist. For Nemanja Radulović a personal approach when creating an album is essential. Bringing together Tchaikovsky’s two most important works for solo strings and orchestra is bringing together the two of the most relevant poles of his life –  Belgrade and Paris: The Rococo Variations are linked to the first part of his life, when he was a student in Belgrade before the Balkan war. At this time Nemanja not only used to playing the violin, but also the viola and sometimes the cello. Playing an arranged viola version of the Rococo variations which originally were composed for cello takes him back to his musical childhood in Belgrade. Yvan Cassar, who worked with Nemanja on Journey East has now produced compelling arrangements for strings and piano of the Rococo Variations. They provide a lightness and an energy that are perfectly suited for Tchaikovsky’s music. The Rococo Variations were recorded in Belgrade with ensemble Double Sens (French for: “double direction” & “double meaning”). The group reflects perfectly Nemanja’s dual past between Paris and Belgrade as it includes his former student-friends from Serbia, and his friends from the Conservatoire de Paris (including 2 members of the Fontanarosa family). The Tchaikovsky concerto is linked to Nemanja’s arrival in Paris. He began to work on the concerto with his Conservatoire de Paris’ teacher Patrice Fontanarosa. Since then, this piece has been the concerto Nemanja has played most often during his career, opening the doors to the great concert halls of the world like in Paris, London or Tokyo. The concerto was recorded in Istanbul with the Borusan Istanbul Philharmonic Orchestra and Sascha Goetzel, with which Nemanja feels he finds the freedom to develop and express what is fundamentally important to him in the respective work.

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