Goetz Widmann

Götz Widmann - Götz Widmann (2005)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by gemini215 at Oct. 14, 2009
Götz Widmann  - Götz Widmann (2005)

Götz Widmann - Goetz Widmann (2005)
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Antoine Tamestit - Widmann: Viola Concerto (2018) [Official Digital Download]

Antoine Tamestit, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks & Daniel Harding - Widmann: Viola Concerto (2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | Time - 48:54 minutes | 422 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Digital Booklet

The brainchild of Antoine Tamestit, this recording stems from a long-standing collaboration with his recital partner, Jörg Widmann. Over the course of his new viola concerto, Widmann the composer lets his soloist move freely about the stage, producing fresh orchestral colours within a novel structure: combining humour with earnestness, ferocity with delicacy, Widmann's unfailing sense of theatre serves to highlight the work's haunting beauty. Whether embedded in the orchestral fabric or exploring the more intimate pieces on this programme, the violist comes out a hero, hands down!
Jörg Widmann, Tabea Zimmermann, Dénes Várjon - Es war einmal... (Once Upon a Time...) (2017) [Official Digital Download 24/192]

Jörg Widmann, Tabea Zimmermann & Dénes Várjon - Es war einmal… (Once Upon a Time…): Fairy Tales by Robert Schumann & Jörg Widmann (2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time - 70:20 minutes | 3.25 GB
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Once Upon a Time… – Like many other composers of the Romantic era, Robert Schumann found inspiration in the power of fantasy. This program includes his depictions of classic fairy tales in Märchenbilder, the Fantasy Pieces Op. 73, and Märchenerzählungen, as well as a contemporary take on the subject by Jörg Widmann, included in this album as a world premiere recording. The clarinetist and composer is joined by Tabea Zimmermann and Dénes Várjon.
Ragazze Quartet - Haydn, Schubert, Widmann - Vivere (2013) [Official Digital Download]

Ragazze Quartet - Haydn, Schubert, Widmann - Vivere (2013)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | Time - 68:51 minutes | 664 MB
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This is ‘Vivere’. Not exactly a cheerful disc - all three compositions refer in various ways to death. This is reflected in the key (D minor is the key of death), in the opposite number of the Maiden, and finally even literally, in the fact that cellist Geneviève 'dies' before the end of the album. For us, however, to record this dramatic repertoire is to offer an ode to life. ‘Vivere’ - for by listening to this sombre music one realises how wonderful life can be. Performed by the Ragazze Quartet, four young women in the midst of life.
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Carolin Widmann - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Robert Schumann: Violin Concertos (2016)

Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Robert Schumann: Violin Concertos (2016)
Carolin Widmann, violin & direction; Chamber Orchestra of Europe

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Classical | Label: ECM | # ECM New Series 2427, 481 2635

Recordings of Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64, are abundant, and even the pairing with the rarer Robert Schumann Violin Concerto, WoO 23, of 1853 are not as infrequent as they used to be. The thorny Schumann concerto has undergone a reevaluation upward, and plenty of players now concur with the judgment of Yehudi Menuhin: "This concerto is the historically missing link of the violin literature; it is the bridge between the Beethoven and the Brahms concertos, though leaning more towards Brahms." Violinist Carolin Widmann who (like the ECM label on which the album appears) has focused mostly on contemporary music, takes up the challenge of providing something new here, and she meets it. The central fact of the recording is that Widmann conducts the Chamber Orchestra of Europe from the violin. Others have done this before, but few have pursued the implications of the technique as far as Widmann has: the performances are unusually light and transparent, and they are perhaps thus in accord with the sounds an orchestra of the middle 19th century might have produced. Sample the unusually lively, sprightly reading of the Mendelssohn concerto's finale.
Carolin Widmann - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Robert Schumann (2016)

Carolin Widmann - Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Robert Schumann (2016)
MP3 CBR 320kbps | Tracks: 6 | 59:26 min | 131 Mb
Style: Classical | Label: ECM Records

Recordings of Felix Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor, Op. 64, are abundant, and even the pairing with the rarer Robert Schumann Violin Concerto, WoO 23, of 1853 are not as infrequent as they used to be. The thorny Schumann concerto has undergone a reevaluation upward, and plenty of players now concur with the judgment of Yehudi Menuhin: "This concerto is the historically missing link of the violin literature; it is the bridge between the Beethoven and the Brahms concertos, though leaning more towards Brahms."
Hermann Goetz - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 - Davide Cabassi, Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra (2016) {Naxos 8.573327}

Hermann Goetz - Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 - Davide Cabassi, Magdeburg Philharmonic Orchestra (2016) {Naxos 8.573327}
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© 2016 Naxos | 8.573327
Classical / Concerto / Orchestral / Romantic

Hermann Goetz's lifespan was no longer than Mozart's, and though much admired by contemporaries, as a tragic genius his music became almost forgotten, and the domain of but a few connoisseurs such as Gustav Mahler. Goetz's style remained closer to schumann and Mendelssohn, preferring lyricism and clarity to the more radical approaches of Liszt and Wagner. The virtuoso First Piano Concerto was a student work, its lovely central adagio sharing a use of colorful wind parts with the freshly optimistic Second Piano Concerto composed six years later.
Carolin Widmann, Alexander Lonquich - Schubert: Fantasie D-Dur; Rondo h-Moll; Sonate A-Dur (2012) [Official Digital Download]

Carolin Widmann, Alexander Lonquich - Schubert: Fantasie D-Dur; Rondo h-Moll; Sonate A-Dur (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/44.1 kHz | Time - 62:18 minutes | 563 MB
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The young German violinist Carolin Widmann, who received praise and awards both for her accounts of Schumann's Violin Sonatas and for the recital disc 'Phantasy of Spring' (music of Feldman, Zimmermann, Schoenberg and Xenakis) now applies her acute interpretive sensibilities to Franz Schubert. Widmann and pianist Alexander Lonquich (whose own ECM New Series disc with music of Schumann and Holliger was also a critical success) play the C major Fantasy of 1827 and the Violin Sonata in A of 1817, as well as the B minor Rondo of 1826, the only one of these works published in Schubert's lifetime.
P. Taylor Goetz, Brian O'Neill - Storm Blueprints: Patterns for Distributed Real-time Computation [Repost]

P. Taylor Goetz, Brian O'Neill - Storm Blueprints: Patterns for Distributed Real-time Computation
2014 | ISBN: 178216829X | English | 336 pages | PDF | 4.4 MB

Jorg Widmann - Elegie (2011) {ECM New Series 2110}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at Sept. 22, 2016
Jorg Widmann - Elegie (2011) {ECM New Series 2110}

Jorg Widmann - Elegie (2011) {ECM New Series 2110}
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Classical / Orchestral / Clarinet / Piano

Composer portrait of Jörg Widmann (b 1973 in Munich) with two major orchestral works bridged by Fünf Bruchstücke for clarinet and piano. The Messe was composed in 2006, Elegie in 2005 while the Bruchstücke are amongst Widmann’s earliest published pieces, composed in 1997. On the Bruchstücke he is joined by another great composer/performer, Heinz Holliger, heard here in a recording debut as pianist. Widmann’s astonishingly agile clarinet dominates the Elegie with a range of expression embracing trills, multiphonics and microtones. Christoph Poppen directs the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie with customary élan.