Jef Maes - Symphony No. 2 - Viola Concerto (CD)

10.11.2019
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  • Symphony, Op. 2, No. 4 (published ) Hans Huber Symphony No. 4 "Academic" (in Form eines Concerto grosso für zwei Streichorchester, Klavier und Orgel) () [17].
  • Short cd's March 11, By Daniel P. (North Street, MI) See All My Reviews " Having fully enjoyed Vol, 1 I ordered Vol 2 expecting more of the same. What was the same was the level of performances, the quality of the recordings and impressive packaging and comprehensive notes. What was disappointing was unlike Vol 1, they did not combine several different original LPs to compliment and fill.
  • Jef Maes - Leo De Neve • Frank Vanhove, Royal Flanders Philharmonic Orchestra*, Gerard Oskamp: Jef Maes - Leo De Neve • Frank Vanhove, Royal Flanders Philharmonic Orchestra*, Gerard Oskamp - Symphony No. 2 • Viola Concerto • Ouverture Concertante • Arabesque And Scherzo For Flute And Orchestra ‎ (CD) Marco Polo: Germany:
  • Who knew from Jef Maes? Certainly not me. But I found a copy of this CD in a used been for three bucks and it's just quite a wonderful CD. The symphony is tonal and lovely, the viola concerto is actually one of the most beautiful concertos for that instrument that .
  • Get this from a library! Symphony no. 2 in A major ; Viola concerto ; Ouverture concertante ; Arabesque and scherzo for flute and orchestra. [Jef Maes; Leo de Neve; Frank Vanhove; Gérard Oskamp; Koninklijk Filharmonisch Orkest van Vlaanderen.].
  • Jef Maes (composer) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (rilrisucacuddtunepdiahourgtikickfid.coinfo), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web. Symphony No.2 in A. 3 tracks. TOP. Concertos 5 tracks. Concerto for viola & orchestra.
  • JEF MAES ( - ) As a student of the Antwerp composer and conductor Karel Candael - himself a student of Lodewijk Mortelmans and Jan Blockx, who in their turn studied under Peter Benoit - Jef Maes can be regarded as an ‘artistic great-grandchild’ of the pioneer of the Flemish Romantic movement.
  • The Belgian composer Jef Maes often described himself as a 'modern romantic,' and his Arabesque and Scherzo for flute and piano (written as a concours piece for the Royal Conservatoire Antwerp in Belgium) is a testament to that label. Quite aside from its appeal to flutists as a.

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