Kornienko / Danzmayr / Denisova
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The Collegium Musicum Carinthia was founded in early 1992 by Elena Denisova, Inge Jacobsen and Alexei Kornienko. It has set itself the goal of a wide-ranging repertoire, ie music from baroque to contemporary, offering in fresh, dynamic interpretation, well-kept prank culture and boundless Cantilena, the priorities in the expressiveness of the homogeneous sound and sensitive intonation emphasis lie. Already the first performances were enthusiastically received by critics and audiences. The CMC has during its existence more, great CD recordings, both with numerous classical and contemporary composers, as well as Wolfgang Danzmayr in this recording, released.
Wolfgang Danzmayr wrote in a letter:
"The violin-piano concert of the 14-year-old Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy I learned late, namely know by Elena and Alexei. My joy in this work was all the greater because it turned out that the two and her Collegium Musicum Carinthia no ifs and buts had decided without any cuts perform this amazing extensive as masterful concert with me and take! "
Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847) was known as far back as not only as a composer but also as a conductor and pianist. He was a child prodigy and gave his first piano recital at the age of 10 years. The Double Concerto in D minor (1823) for violin, piano and strings of just 14-year-old Mendelssohn is a magnificent example of the colorful and complex romantic fantasy in the design process. In Allegro he leads by a first dynamic development of the main theme, a prepossessing naive and charming pure new musical episode one. The Andante recitative derives its motivic material from the exposure, but also adds new material for the piano. The last sentence is in the form of a sonata form - after a brief reprise of this youthful masterpiece ends dramatically and brilliant - a true, musical declaration of love.