Free violin sheet music for Liebesfreud (Love’s Joy) by Fritz Kreisler. Alt-Wiener Tanzweisen (Old Viennese Melodies in German) is a set of three short pieces for violin and piano, written by Fritz Kreisler. The three pieces are. FRITZ KREISLER – Liebesfreud – Liebesleid – Original compositions and – arrangements – Christian Ferras · Jascha Heifetz – Fritz Kreisler · Gidon Kremer.
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An array of Deutsche Grammophon artists offer their take on Kreisler favourites: Homage to Fritz Kreisler Half a century after his death, Fritz Kreisler is as famous as ever, although his reputation has undergone a subtle transformation.
In his lifetime, he was a great violinist who composed, whereas now he is a composer who, it is rather dimly recalled, played the violin. Today, when the old national schools of violin playing have coalesced into a single style, it is difficult to appreciate that liebesfteud extraordinary individuals once bestrode the concert platform.
This set of compact discs juxtaposes a few recordings of Kreisler in his prime with reinterpretations by lisbesfreud admirers of his compositions and arrangements.
Liebesfreud (Love’s Joy), for violin & piano
In his own era, these pieces were so closely connected with their composer that, while many other violinists played them in concert, few recorded more than a token number of them.
Though he was born in Vienna, on 2 Februaryand was always considered the epitome of the yielding, lilting Viennese style, Kreisler actually represented a break with the past. In he was the youngest student ever to be admitted to the Conservatory, but aged ten he transferred to the Paris Conservatoire, where his teacher was Joseph Massart.
After various false starts, in he began a full-time career as a liebesfreuf virtuoso, causing a sensation wherever he appeared and influencing countless other string players.
The Great War, in which he served and was wounded, brought a slight disruption to his progress, as did the coming to power of Hitler in Germany in He was badly injured when he was knocked over by a truck in New York and his career never recovered, although he played on until He died in New York on 29 January Four of them were published in as Classical Liiebesfreud. Tambourin chinois was acknowledged krisler the start as an original inspiration.
It was remade in at one of his earliest American sessions the version here and again in London the following year. The tributes by other famous violinists have value in themselves, but also include pieces that Kreisler did not record. Ruggiero Ricci interestingly takes a virtuoso view. Gypsy Caprice demands considerable virtuosity from the player. Many pieces here are transcriptions. Site may not work as expected!
Overview Reviews About the album. Start off the New Year with this wonderful glimpse of a world gone by.
Soak up the Viennese atmosphere, the inimitable Kreisler charm, in these recordings by Kreisler himself and the great virtuosi of our time. Track List CD 1: Liebesfreud Liebesleid – Homage to Fritz Kreisler. Fritz Kreisler – Giuseppe Tartini – Variations on a Theme by Corelli. Recitativo and Scherzo-Caprice, Op. Johann Liebesfreudd – The Old Refrain – arranged by Fritz Kreisler. La Chasse in the style of Cartier.
Ruggiero Ricci, Brooks Smith. Fritz Kreisler, Haddon Squire. Fritz Kreisler, George Falkenstein. Andantino in the style of Padre Martini. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky – Song Without Words, Op. Chant sans paroles, Op. Total Playing Time 1: Christoph Willibald von Gluck – Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov – Hymn to the Sun.
Jascha Heifetz, Emanuel Bay. David Oistrakh, Vladimir Yampolsky.
Kreisler – Liebesfreud (Love’s Joy) from 3 Old Viennese Dances sheet music for Violin –
Manuel de Falla Matheu – Christian Ferras, Jean-Claude Ambrosini. Allegro giocoso e ritmico.
Carl Maria von Weber – Henryk Wieniawski – Caprice in E flat. Alexander Glazunov – Enrique Granados – Shlomo Mintz, Clifford Benson. Gidon Kremer, Oleg Maisenberg.
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Lambert Orkis.
Felix Mendelssohn – Lieder ohne Worte, Op. English German The highlight is a superb selection from Ricci. Jascha Heifetz playing Gluck and Rimsky-Korsakov represents what was at the time a new world of the bow, and there are credible Kreisler “sound-alikes” in the sweet-toned Christian Ferras, a very Kreislerian Shlomo Mintz and the droll, highly individual Gidon Kremer.
A very nice collection, worth the price for the Ricci alone. Insights Homage to Fritz Kreisler Half a century after his death, Fritz Kreisler is as famous as ever, although his reputation has undergone a subtle transformation.
Variations on a Theme by Corelli 2: The Old Refrain – arranged by Fritz Kreisler 2: La Chasse in the style of Cartier 1: Andantino in the style of Padre Martini 2: Hymn to the Sun 3: Song of India 3: Allegro giocoso e ritmico 1: Fritz Kreisler Kreislerr con moto 2: Allegretto, molto ritmico 4: Marche miniature viennoise 3: