Extractions: September/October 2010 (Revision 2, 8/5/92) This list includes music written during the period from the late eighteenth century through the present day. The majority of the music from this time span is generally considered to be Classical (roughly 1750-1820), Romantic (roughly 1820-1910) and th century Chamber music is not included in this list (see Late Chamber Music ) nor is late keyboard music (see Late Keyboard ) or orchestral music (see Late Orchestral Music ). For lists of early music CDs, see Early Keyboard Music Early Chamber Music , or Early Orchestral Music In some cases, a CD will contain a mixture of keyboard, chamber, concerto or orchestral pieces, occasionally spanning both early and late classifications. Where ever possible, these have been listed in multiple lists to facilitate locating individual pieces. For revision 2, many new recordings have been added (approximately 630 total new listings across all lists for a total of 750 CDs). In general, these new recordings are identifiable by the compositions being justified closer to the left margin. In some cases, though not all, newly added recordings will have the key identified for the pieces, as applicable. Composers newly represented in the list are designated by a plus sign (+) in the "Composers Represented" section.
Vn&Orch1 Mezzena, Franco (violin) / Sebastiani, Adriano (guitar) LP fold out Dynamic DS 4003. CD Dynamic In Primis CDS 03. Recorded March 1979 (Santuario della Madonnetta, Genoa, Italy) http://www.paganiniana.org.uk/VnOrch.htm
Extractions: Violin and Orchestra Adagio Balletto Campestre Carnival of Venice God Save the King ... Sonata a Preghiera ('Moses Fantasy') Sonata movimento perpetuo*: Version A Version B Sonata Varsavia Sonata with variations ... Tarantella Version A: Larghetto con passione, Perpetuela. Version B: Andante amoroso, Perpetuela. Adagio, M.S. 49 CD: Edition Hera 02115 Recorded 26 January 2004 (Neuberinhaus Reichenbach, Vogtland, Germany) [Used as an alternative adagio in Jelden's recording of the Concerto No 2 (see 'Concertos'). Orchestral score by Michael Jelden; premiŤre recording of this work with Jelden's orchestration] Quarta, Massimo (violin and conductor) / Orchestra del Teatro Carlo Felice di Genova CD (multimedia): Dynamic CDS 438 [See note below] [Limited edition consisting of individually released CDs in slip-case] Recorded 14 July 2002 (Teatro Carlo Felice, Genoa, Italy) [PremiŤre recording and performed on Paganini's Guarnieri del Gesý violin, 'Il Cannone'. Orchestral score by Francesco Fiore. Multimedia CD contains a videoclip of the recording, a history of Paganini's violin (with photographs), photographs of Massimo Quarta, technical drawings, printable documents, and a catalogue of Dynamic's Paganini releases] Balletto Campestre: Variations on a comic theme, M.S. 74
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