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Brahms/arr. Lazic - Piano Concerto no.3

Dejan Lazic

Brahms/arr. Lazic - Piano Concerto no.3

...a world premiere recording of Brahms
CCS SA 29410 (Channel Classics)
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Piano Concerto no. 3 in D major - Allegro non Troppo

Piano Concerto no. 3 in D major - Allegro non Troppo

Composer Johannes Brahms
Conductor Robert Spano
Soloist Dejan Lazic
Band Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Arranger Dejan Lazic
22:03 Play $8.55
2
Piano Concerto no. 3 in D major - Adagio

Piano Concerto no. 3 in D major - Adagio

Composer Johannes Brahms
Conductor Robert Spano
Soloist Elizabeth Koch
Band Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Arranger Dejan Lazic
09:17 Play $3.40
3
Piano Concerto no. 3 in D major - Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace

Piano Concerto no. 3 in D major - Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace

Composer Johannes Brahms
Conductor Robert Spano
Band Atlanta Symphony Orchestra
Arranger Dejan Lazic
07:43 Play $3.40
4
Rhapsodies op. 79 - no.1 in B minor

Rhapsodies op. 79 - no.1 in B minor

Composer Johannes Brahms
09:02 Play $3.40
5
Rhapsodies op. 79 - No. 2 in G minor

Rhapsodies op. 79 - No. 2 in G minor

Composer Johannes Brahms
06:17 Play $3.40
6
Scherzo in E flat minor, op. 4 - Allegro molto e con fuoco

Scherzo in E flat minor, op. 4 - Allegro molto e con fuoco

Composer Johannes Brahms
10:58 Play $5.10
Total Running Time 65 minutes Purchase all tracks 
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World premiere recording of Brahms' Violin Concerto for Piano and Orchestra which includes Dejan's own arrangement of the third Piano Concerto.

Lazic performs with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robert Spano. 

Download includes - cover art, booklet
Dejan Lazic

Dejan Lazic

Pianist Dejan Lazic is quickly establishing a reputation worldwide as 'a brilliant pianist and a gifted musician full of ideas and able to project them persuasively' (Gramophone).
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Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms

Johannes Brahms was a German Romantic composer.
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This is a world premiere recording of Brahms' Violin Concerto for Piano and Orchestra which features the pianists own arrangement of the third Piano Concerto.

But what's the background to this major project: ‘composing’ Brahms’s third Piano Concerto, Dejan explains "I started working on this project in early 2003 and completed it in 2008. The violin was always a favourite love, and I continue to hold violinists in high esteem, realising just how wonderful their literature is. Thus far, I have been tremendously lucky to have had many an opportunity to perform with some wonderful colleagues. And it is with a degree of pride that I present after Bach and Beethoven the third 'great B' in the present arrangement."

"Is one actually 'allowed' to make such an arrangement? With the benefit of hindsight, we know that Brahms made countless arrangements and transcriptions of his and other composers' works. I am convinced these were more than justified; hence, I hope that Brahms himself would not have anything against my idea."

"What lingers is the rhetorical question of what is a transcription, what makes an arrangement, what may be defined as a new version. The key to this conundrum is that I sought to construct anew the violin part, recomposing the voice in a thorough-going Brahmsian style and adding my own Cadenza. Throughout the piece that was my thought: to imagine what Brahms would do. Of great import is that the orchestral score remains entirely unchanged! With this arrangement - done solely out of respect and admiration for the composer - my main goal was to translate Brahms' unique musical language into a new setting without losing any of its original musical value and, in addition, to give pianists an equal chance to perform and enjoy this wonderful music the same way violinists do for exactly 130 years now."

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