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Timothy Ridout gives us the opportunity to discover the splendid viola version of Elgar's famous Cello Concerto - an arrangement approved by the composer, who conducted it's premiere in 1930. In addition to this deeply moving work, he gives us a powerful, poetic reading of Bloch's all too rarely performed Suite for Viola and Orchestra, in which the Swiss composer indulged his fascination with the Orient.
Timothy Ridout gives us the opportunity to discover the splendid viola version of Elgar's famous Cello Concerto - an arrangement approved by the composer, who conducted it's premiere in 1930. In addition to this deeply moving work, he gives us a powerful, poetic reading of Bloch's all too rarely performed Suite for Viola and Orchestra, in which the Swiss composer indulged his fascination with the Orient.
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Elgar: Viola Concerto: Bloch: Suite For Viola
Artist: Timothy Ridout
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.85 (Arr. for Viola and Orchestra By Lionel Tertis): I. Adagio - Moderato
2. Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.85 (Arr. for Viola and Orchestra By Lionel Tertis): II. Lento - Allegro Molto
3. Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.85 (Arr. for Viola and Orchestra By Lionel Tertis): III. Adagio
4. Elgar: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op.85 (Arr. for Viola and Orchestra By Lionel Tertis): IV. Allegro - Moderato - Allegro Ma Non
5. Bloch: Suite for Viola and Orchestra, B.41: I. Lento
6. Bloch: Suite for Viola and Orchestra, B.41: II. Allegro Ironico
7. Bloch: Suite for Viola and Orchestra, B.41: III. Lento
8. Bloch: Suite for Viola and Orchestra, B.41: IV. Molto Vivo

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Timothy Ridout gives us the opportunity to discover the splendid viola version of Elgar's famous Cello Concerto - an arrangement approved by the composer, who conducted it's premiere in 1930. In addition to this deeply moving work, he gives us a powerful, poetic reading of Bloch's all too rarely performed Suite for Viola and Orchestra, in which the Swiss composer indulged his fascination with the Orient.
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