Lovely and melancholic, this music by both well-known and lesser known twentieth century composers serves up a heady cocktail that will quench your thirst for beautiful melodies and bold turn-arounds.
Helvi Leiviskä is the embodiment of anyone who’s ever found themselves sighing and staring out of a rainy window. Weill and Tailleferre’s work combines earnestness with playfulness, while Ireland conjures up towering cliffs and stormy seas. Featuring musicians of the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. Soloist in Kurt Weill’s violin concerto: Marja Inkinen Engström.
Tailleferre Adagio for Violin and Piano
Ireland Cello Sonata
Weill Concerto for Violin and Wind Orchestra
Weill September Song
Musiker ur Göteborgs Symfoniker
Simon Crawford-Phillips piano and conductor
Marja Inkinen Engström Violin