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Ongoing CPO projects.


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« Reply #90 on: August 03, 2017, 01:20:18 pm »

In addition, Porcelijn states in the interview:
- that he supposes the Hendrik Andriessen CD with the Fourth Symphony will be the last of the series ('Dat zal waarschijnlijk ook de laatste blijven.'), which gives little hope of a sequel with Andriessen's other major work (esp. his larg choral/orchestral pieces, or the masses).
- that he considers Badings a more original composer than Van Gilse ('een nog persoonlijker geluid dan Van Gilse').
- that it was the North Netherlands Orchestra, not CPO, that declined his proposal to record the remaining Dopper symphonies with them, but that they will be released anyway, with a German orchestra ('Die symfonieŽn komen op cd, maar we zullen het waarschijnlijk met een Duits orkest moeten doen'.)


Interesting! Porcelijn certainly seems the driving force behind all this. CPO has (brilliantly) exploited the relationship it has with orchestras in Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands etc to use the opportunities of radio broadcasts or public performances to combine with recordings and reduce costs. Big choral works are expensive and feature less often in consequence, although they do sometimes make it to cd.

I wonder if it is the Dopper Symphony No.4 "Symphonietta" which is missing?
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« Reply #91 on: August 03, 2017, 10:05:50 pm »

There are no missing symphonies by Dopper. They are all in the Dopper Archive: http://www.nederlandsmuziekinstituut.nl/images/inventaris/dopper.pdf
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« Reply #92 on: August 09, 2017, 07:40:53 pm »

I see that the forthcoming release of the Castelnuovo-Tedesco/Hans Gal cello concertos will be the first of a series of cello concertos by Jewish composers In Exile.

I wonder which we can expect? Schonberg, Ernst Krenek wrote two, Berthold Goldschmidt: these have all been recorded. Korngold's cello concerto has actually appeared on a previous cpo disc. There is the Franz Reizenstein which has never been recorded and which I think is a good bet given that the soloist is Raphael Wallfisch. Who else?
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