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8 thoughts on “ Fiorillo*, Viotti*, Adelina Oprean, European Union Chamber Orchestra, Jörg Faerber - Two Romantic Violin Concertos (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Stylistically reminiscent of the late Baroque style rather than his Classical era contemporaries, the composer, mandolinist, and violinist Federigo Fiorillo (c) was born in Germany of Neopolitan descent and eventually settling in London, and known chiefly for his violin works, including the 36 Caprices which remains part of student repertory today/5(5).
  2. Fiorillo and Viotti were both born in and died only a year or so apart around The title of the CD, "Two Romantic Violin Concertos" might be more accurately described as "Two Violin Concertos Bridging The Classical and Romantic Periods With an Emphasis on the Classical Period."/5(6).
  3. The European Union Baroque Orchestra was created as the major initiative of European Music Year in and has operated on an annual basis ever since with financial assistance for the training programme from the European Commission and significant sponsorship for the past ten years from Matsushita Electric Europe (Headquarters) Ltd. towards.
  4. The European Philharmonic of Switzerland (EPOS) was founded in by members of the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra (GMJO) to continue the musical path and partnership they established during the last 15 years in the environment of the GMJO.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Violin Concertos by Fiorillo & Viotti - Adelina Oprean, Jörg Faerber, European Community Chamber Orchestra on AllMusic -
  6. Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities. He has over concerts, many of them made for RAI and for the most important international networks, always getting unanimous consents of public and critics who called it “one of the best European Chamber Orchestras”.
  7. Fiorillo's is noteworthy for its use of the orchestral horns to accompany the soloist in its finale. Mid-price. Adelina Oprean (violin), European Union Chamber Orchestra; Jörg Faerber. Helios CDH (England) 12C $
  8. The Chamber Orchestra of Europe (COE) was founded in by a group of young musicians who became acquainted as part of the European Community Youth Orchestra (now EUYO). There are now about 60 members of the COE, who pursue parallel careers as principals or section leaders of nationally-based orchestras, as eminent chamber musicians, and as.

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