The Spirit of Paganini: Rare and Unpublished Works | Dynamic CDS7808

The Spirit of Paganini: Rare and Unpublished Works

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Label: Dynamic

Cat No: CDS7808

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Release Date: 10th August 2018

Contents

Artists

Mario Hossen (violin)
Nadja Hoebarth (piano)
Ludmil Petkov (piano)
Alexander Swete (guitar)
Camerata Orphica
Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra

Conductor

Nayden Todorov

Works

Paganini, Nicolo

Cantabile in D major, op.17 MS109
Caprices (24) for solo violin, op.1
» no.24 in A minor
I palpiti, op.13 MS77
La Primavera, MS73 (piano part by Giusto Dacci)
Maestosa sonata sentimentale
Napoleon, MS5
Sonata movimento perpetuo, MS66
Violin Concerto no.1 in D major, op.6

Artists

Mario Hossen (violin)
Nadja Hoebarth (piano)
Ludmil Petkov (piano)
Alexander Swete (guitar)
Camerata Orphica
Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra

Conductor

Nayden Todorov

About

This double-CD set brings to completion Dynamicís project to record NicolÚ Paganiniís entire output.

The programme includes notable rarities such as the Sonata Napolťon MS.5, the splendid Maestosa Suonata Sentimentale MS.51, Sonata movimento perpetuo MS.66 and La Primavera MS.73, all in performances that faithfully follow Paganiniís original manuscripts. The set also features an exciting interpretation of the rare Concerto No.3 in E major MS.50, perhaps one of the least performed of Paganiniís concertos, and the Caprice No.24 in an interesting version with piano accompaniment.

Mario Hossen received his musical education in Sofia, Vienna and Paris. He made his debut as a soloist with orchestra at the age of eight. Hailed for his incredible virtuosity and charismatic stage presence, Hossenís repertoire covers the full stylistic range, from renaissance to classical, contemporary and jazz. As an internationally acclaimed concert soloist, Mario Hossen has performed with renowned orchestras such as the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the English Chamber Orchestra, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra, the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, the Orchestra della Scala di Milano, the Royal Philharmonic, the Orquesta Sinfůnica del Estado de Mťxico, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Sofia Philharmonic and the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie. The focus of Hossenís musicological and artistic endeavours includes source research on NiccolÚ Paganini. Mario Hossen plays a 1749 violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, on loan from the Austrian National Bank collection.

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