Schoenberg & Brahms - Violin Concertos
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Label: Orchid Classics
Cat No: ORC100129
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 20th March 2020
ArtistsJack Liebeck (violin)
BBC Symphony Orchestra
In 1934, Walter Liebeck, Jack’s grandfather, fled the Nazis to find refuge in South Africa. Walter’s favourite piece of music was Brahms’s Violin Concerto and although he didn’t live to hear Jack play, his love of Brahms seems to be in the genes and now felt the time for Jack to record the work with Walter in his mind.
Alongside Brahms comes Schoenberg’s vast and highly virtuosic Violin Concerto (1934-36), written shortly after Schoenberg’s own departure from Germany in 1933. A fitting work reflecting that period, which seems still to have extraordinary relevance in today’s volatile world.
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