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Ferdinand Ries: Piano Concertos vol.3 (Naxos Audio CD)

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Department: CDs - Classical CDs: Orchestral

Publisher: Select Music

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Christopher Hinterhuber (piano)
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra
Uwe Grodd

The fourteen works for piano and orchestra of Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838) stand alongside those of Hummel as among the most important of their kind from the early decades of the 19th century.

Intensely lyrical and yet displaying at times a rugged Beethovenian grandeur, Ries’s concertos are works of impressive musical stature.

The three works featured on this recording are all associated with Ries’s English period: the Abschieds-Concert von England, composed to mark his retirement from the London stage; the brilliant Grand Variations on ‘Rule Britannia’, composed at Hastings in 1817, and the enchanting Introduction et Variations Brillantes, Op. 170 which takes as its theme Soldier, soldier, will you marry me?

“An hour of sheer delight here. Ferdinand Ries is probably best known for his associations with Beethoven. Here is an opportunity to hear how he sounds on his own two compositional feet in two world premiere recordings….An excellent disc. One of the beauties of Naxos is that one can experiment with rare repertoire at low cost. Here that cost is certainly justified.”
MusicWeb International

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Contents
Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 132 ‘Abschieds-Concert von England’
Grave –Allegro con moto
Larghetto
Allegro
Grand Variations on ‘Rule Britannia’, Op. 116
Introduction et Variations Brillantes, Op. 170
  

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