The New Westphalian Philharmonic Orchestra
conducted by Theo Wolters

soloist: Ursula Schoch • violin

ebs records GmbH • super audio CD
release ebs 6142
Max Bruch was born in 1838 in Cologne and became his education by Ferdinand Hiller.
His unusual musical talent had attracted attention from an early age and, by 1852, the Rheinische Musikzeitung had written an article about the child prodigy.
The Berlin Academy of Music appointed him Professor of Composition in 1891. At that time he ranked among the most performed composers since his sacred, as well as his choral work, matched the spirit of the times.
Serenade for violin and orchestra op.75
Andante con moto - 8:43
Allegro moderato, alla marcia - 9:19
Andante sostenuto, Notturno - 8:27
Allegro energico e vivace - 8:53
Romance for violin and orchestra op.42
Andante sostenuto - 9:59
Also available:
Suite for great orchestra after Russian folk music op.79b
Andante sostenuto - 2:32
Adagio ma non troppo lento - 3:30
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ebs 6153

Wind Music

Vivace ma non troppo - 2:47
Adagio sostenuto; IVb - 6:34
Allegro energico, ma non troppo - 2:32