1st Movement: Dynamic Mode - Various - British Piano Concertos (CD)

Download 1st Movement: Dynamic Mode - Various - British Piano Concertos (CD)
Label: Lyrita Recorded Edition - SRCD.2345 • Format: 4x, CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic, Modern


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  1. Apr 14,  · Dynamic Triptych For Piano & Orchestra Op. 88 Composed By – John Foulds Conductor – Vernon Handley Orchestra – Royal Philharmonic Orchestra* Piano – Howard Shelley () 1st Movement: Dynamic Mode: 2nd Movement: Dynamic Timbre: 3rd Movement: Dynamic Rhythm: Phantasm - Rhapsody For Piano And Orchestra5/5(1).
  2. The first selection is a piano concerto by in the hands of John Foulds it becomes Dynamic Triptych. The music was intended to be a single movement work but it quickly became something much larger. The movements go under the names: Dynamic Mode, Dynamic Timbre and Dynamic Rhythm. The first movement is dynamic indeed, fiery was a word used in the notes/5(10).
  3. John Foulds lived from till , so his rather pessimistic and often angry-sounding Dynamic Triptych for Piano and Orchestra is more than understandable, his life-span having covered the first world war and the rumblings leading up to an inevitable second world war. This work was premièred in and written while Foulds lived in Paris/5(13).
  4. John Foulds () is a name not widely familiar today, but he was one of the most fascinating British composers, master of such a wide range of styles that he is impossible to characterize. Ralph Vaughan Williams () is by contrast one of the best-known names in English music, but his Piano Concerto is a relative rarity/5(4).
  5. Certainly the first movement (‘Dynamic Mode’) is fully inside the virtuoso tradition. Foulds’ writing for both piano and orchestra is exuberant, almost overwhelmingly so, and moments of respite are few (a lovely one is near the end of the movement). It is left to ‘Dynamic Timbre’ to provide full contrast, but this is no easy repose.
  6. Buy Foulds: Dynamic Triptych; Vaughan Williams: Piano Concerto by John Foulds, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Vernon Handley, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Howard Shelley from Amazon's Classical Music Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2).
  7. Apr 28,  · This splendid, virtuoso piano concerto's first movement, Dynamic Mode, is probably the most dissonant piece Foulds was to write, while its second movement, Dynamic Timbre, contains a .
  8. A Ruggiero Ricci CD (on Biddulph) provides an intriguing opportunity to insert any of 14 separately-tracked cadenzas into the first movement. Several of these plus five more obscure ones are available on Ed Chang’s LVB and More website.

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