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Paul Hindemith: Chamber Music - Christian Lindberg and Michael Lind, BIS

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Pekka Savijoki (alto saxophone), Edward Tarr (trumpet), Christian Lindberg (trombone), Knut Sønstevold (bassoon), Michael Lind (bass tuba), Elisabeth Westenholz (piano), Roland Pöntinen (piano), Steven Harlos (piano), Jussi Siirala (piano), Eva Knardahl (piano)

Malmö Brass Ensemble, Musica Dolce

 Der Ploner Musiktag: Morgenmusikvon Turm zu blasen
1.           I. Massig bewegt
2.           II. Lied
3.           III. Bewegt
 Trumpet Sonata
4.           I. Mit Kraft
5.           II. Massig bewegt
6.           III. Trauermusik
Trombone Sonata
7.           I. Allegro moderato
8.           II. Allegretto grazioso
9.           III. Lied des Raufbolds
10.         IV. Allegro maestoso
Bass Tuba Sonata
11.           I. Allegro pesante
12.           II. Allegro assai
13.           III. Moderato - Commodo
Der Ploner Musiktag: Recorder Trio
14.           I.
15.           II.
16.           III.
Alto Saxophone Sonata
17.           I. Ruhig bewegt
18.           II. Lebhaft
19.           III. Sehr langsam
20.           IV. Lebhaft
Bassoon Sonata
21.           I. Leicht bewegt
22.           II. Langsam

Respected as one of the most distinguished viola players of his time, Hindemith devoted the earlier part of his career to performance, first as a violinist and then as a viola player in the Amar-Hindemith Quartet, while developing his powers as a composer and his distinctive theories of harmony and of the place of the composer in society. His name is particularly associated with the concept of Gebrauchsmusik, and the composer as craftsman. He was prolific in composition and wrote music in a variety of forms. Attacked by the National Socialists, he left his native Germany in 1935, taking leave from the Berlin Musikhochschule where he had served as professor of composition for some eight years. In 1940 he settled in the United States, teaching at Yale University, a position he combined after the War with a similar position at the University of Zurich. He died in his native city of Frankfurt in 1963.

Among the various duo sonatas written by Hindemith, some of those for violin and piano and for viola and piano are of particular interest. The sonata repertoire provided for tuba, double bass, horn, harp, trumpet, viola d’amore, cor anglais and other instruments is of interest, as are the three organ sonatas.
   

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