Sep 15, 2022
Cellist and IMS Artistic Director Steven Isserlis explores the creative vision behind IMS Prussia Cove. With contributions from some of the many musicians who are associated with the creative spirit of the music seminars: Thomas Adès, Adrian Brendel, Dame Imogen Cooper, Robin Ireland, András Keller, Ulrika-Anima Mathé, Krysia Osostowicz, Charles Owen, and András Schiff and Yuuko Shiokawa.
Artistic Director: Steven Isserlis @StevenIsserlis
Contributors in order of appearance:
Music in order of appearance:
Brahms Op.111 played by the Salzburg Camerata, conducted by Sándor Végh.
Schubert Piano Sonata in A, played by Charles Owen, 2013/4 at the Wigmore Hall.
Rachmaninov's second Trio Élégiaque in D minor, Op. 9, played by Steven Isserlis, with Sini Simonen and Charles Owen, IMS Prussia Cove, St Hilary Church, 12th September 2020.
György and Marta Kurtág playing ‘Dirge’ from 'Games', by Kurtág, IMS, April 2004.
Bach-Kurtág transcriptions played by György and Marta Kurtág, IMS, April 2004.
Brahms Quintet Op. 34 Sandor Végh; Keiko Wataya; Garfield Jackson; Marcy Rosen; and András Schiff, recorded at an Open Chamber Music concert in St Ives, Cornwall, 22 September 1979.
György and Marta Kurtág playing ‘Bells. Hommage a Stravinsky’ from ‘Games’ by Kurtág, IMS, April 2004.
Bach Violin Partita No. 3 in E Major, Gigue played by Sándor Végh.
Haydn String Quartet No. 26 in G Minor, Op. 20 No. 3, Minuet: Allegretto played by the Végh Quartet.
Narrator: Samuel West @exitthelemming
Series Producer: Melissa FitzGerald @Melissafitzg
With thanks to Chris Doggett for the archive digitisation.
Special thanks to Capriccio for the use of the recording of the Brahms Op.111 played by the Salzburg Camerata, conducted by Sándor Végh.
Cover Artwork: Bananadesign Ltd
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