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1 audio CD
© 2020 London Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd.
℗ 2020 London Philharmonic Orchestra Ltd.
Recorded live at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall, London, on 27 November 2013 (Violin Concerto) and 14 October 2015 (Horn Concerto, Adagio for Strings, Threnody).
Publishers: Schott Music Ltd (Horn Concerto, Adagio for Strings, Violin Concerto), EMI Music Inc (Threnody).
Producers: Nicholas Parker, Floating Earth (Horn Concerto, Adagio for Strings, Threnody), Matthew Dilley (Violin Concerto)
Engineers: Mike Hatch, Floating Earth (Horn Concerto, Adagio for Strings, Threnody), Richard Bland (Violin Concerto)
Post-production and mastering: Mike Hatch, Floating Earth
Total playing time: 78:32
Released: 28 February 2020


CD: Penderecki Horn and Violin Concertos

LPO conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki and Michał Dworzyński

Krzysztof Penderecki
Horn Concerto 'Winterreise'
Adagio for Strings
Violin Concerto No. 1*
Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima

Krzysztof Penderecki conductor
Michał Dworzyński conductor*
Barnabás Kelemen violin
Radovan Vlatković horn
London Philharmonic Orchestra

Krzysztof Penderecki was one of the world's greatest 20th Century composers, and this collection of works spans more than 50 years of his career, from the iconic Threnody, a great sonic wail dedicated to the victims of Hiroshima, to the tender and haunting Adagio for Strings, lovingly adapted from his Third Symphony. Soloist Radovan Vlatković brings to life the Horn Concerto which was composed for him and Barnabás Kelemen revels in the ferocity of the Violin Concerto No. 1.

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'this collection works fantastically as a whole, not only because the performances are excellent (as you’d expect) with the best orchestra in London but also because of this backwards cross-section format … As a listening experience, the disc has a real sense of direction and for that reason a lot of value is added listening to the whole thing in one sitting which I did with great pleasure.'
The Classical Music Pod, 1 March 2020