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GEN 22773
EAN: 4260036257731
3.6.2022
18.90 €

Rudolf Moser (1892–1960)  
Intrade for string orchestra, Op. 38, No. 2 (1927)
Grave
Rudolf Moser  
Concerto for oboe and string orchestra, Op. 86 (1950)
Allegro moderato
Andante
Vivace
Rudolf Moser  
Spielmusik for string orchestra, Op. 57, No. 4 (1936)
Entrée
Gavotte
Sarabande
Bourrée
Gigue
Rudolf Moser  
Kleine Suite for string orchestra, Op. 38, No. 1 (1927)
Intrade
Courante
Sarabande
Bourrée I & II
Gigue
Rudolf Moser  
Concerto Grosso for string orchestra , Op. 32 (1927)
Grave – Allegro – Grave
Gavotte I & II
Bourrée I & II
Menuet
Gigue
   

Rudolf Moser


Works for String Orchestra


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With its third CD on the GENUIN label, the dynamic chamber orchestra I TEMPI brings an unjustly forgotten Swiss composer into the limelight. Rudolf Moser, the pupil of Max Reger and teacher and artistic partner of Paul Sacher, created a manifold oeuvre in numerous genres. I TEMPI, an ensemble that performs each work using appropriate, authentic instruments, now presents works by Moser for strings, including pieces featuring the oboe and the harpsichord. Both combinations lead to distinctive timbres, and conductor Gevorg Gharabekyan leads his musicians with prudence and delicacy. Moreover, the orchestra has an equal partner and soloist with the young, multiple award-winning oboist Marc Lachat!


hr2
"Pure pleasure like Swiss chocolate!"
Review by Susanne Pütz on June 27, 2022 in hr2 in the program "New CDs. The hr2 music review"

Musicweb International
"... the Oboe Concerto of 1950, a very ‘English’ work as the notes justly note, something that could almost have been written by Vaughan Williams. ... It makes a fine impression and soloist Marc Lachat proves an ambassador of finesse."
Review by Jonathan Woolf in the online magazine Musicweb International, July 2022