Weinberg: Violin Concertino Op. 42; Symphony No. 10; Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes

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Gradually and fortunately, for some years now the extensive and highly significant oeuvre of the Polish-Russian composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg has also been discovered and recognized in the West – a process also documented on our internationally highly regarded cpo recordings. During the 1960s Weinberg’s reputation was not only restored but also soared on high – at least in the Soviet Union. Interpreters of the rank of Rostropovich, Gilels, Kondrashin, Leonid Kogan, and the Borodin Quartet joined David Oistrach in his enthusiastic propagation of Weinberg’s music. The Symphony No. 10 is the most stylistically advanced and experimental composition among his purely instrumental works. In conjunction with her research on Dmitri Shostakovich’s life, the Polish violinist and composer Evelina Novicka’s attention was also drawn to the composer Weinberg. Impressed by his compositions, she has recorded several premieres of his works, including the Concertino op. 42 and Rhapsody op. 47 heard on this most recent CD. She herself has arranged the lost version of the Rhapsody on Moldavian Themes for violin and orchestra. - cpo (Translated from German text.)


Product Description:


  • Catalog Number: 777887-2


  • UPC: 761203788729


  • Label: CPO


  • Composer: Mieczyslaw Weinberg


  • Conductor: Agnieszka Duczmal, Anna Duczmal-Mroz


  • Orchestra/Ensemble: Amadeus Chamber Orchestra


  • Performer: Ewelina Nowicka