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I suspect that is one reason this cadenza is not played more often. I personally like it. If we are going to get all prissy about stylistic consistency, there goes the Kreisler cadenza and many others as well. The original CD release was on Philips. There have been at least two re-releases of that recording, one on German Eloquence Decca I have that recording in my CD collectionand one on Newton Classics.
Maybe because it clashes stylistically with the piece. Fascinating CD, with each cadenza separately tracked so you can choose your own version.
In Russia, many of the musicians who championed him have retired, died, or gone from overt dissident status like Schnittke to programming choices more in common with perceived audience tastes or state-directed aesthetics. I was there and revied the concert. She also played it with the Minnesota Orchestra Vanska conducting in Carnegie Hall in their last appearance there prior to the lockout: not certain of the year.
LB played conventionally in the first movement v. The Schnittke is wonderful and even inspiring, and like NL I wish other violinists would give it a whirl. Well, it sounds like a joke. Very badly written, and a ridiculous interruption of the music. And much, much too long, to say the least.
Good question. I remember in the early s when he played the Beethoven concerto with the Schnittke cadenza in Barcelona. What a wonderful performances! I still think about them.
Since then, the Schnittke cadenza became a favorite of mine. They should defintely be played more in schools, competitions and concert halls. Also, a check of Amazon Germany indicates that there have actually been two German Eloquence re-releases, the one that I have that includes some other Beethoven music for violin soloist and orchestra and another one that includes just the concerto with the Schnittke cadenzas.
That makes a total of four re-releases for that recording. If the curious or masochistic are interested, it is readily available. I agree that interest in Schnittke has diminished somewhat since his death.
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They live their lives in the same location, but offer surprisingly different perspectives. As the camera shifts from their activities to local scenes, the subjects candidly tell their stories: stories of the sea and the forest, of war, love, religion, family, traditions — and of foreign tourists. The tourists stay away because of the stories about the war — stories that the inhabitants want to shake off, but that the world keeps telling about them.
The days of apartheid, when everything people said or did was subject to censorship, are still fresh in the memory of South Africans. As a stand-up comic, young Trevor Noah finds himself in a tradition that was historically nourished by whites. In his shows, the history of his country and his youth, a time when interracial marriages were unheard of, play prominent roles.
Dynamically edited, Township to the Stage intersperses interviews with footage of performances and follows Trevor as he visits people and places from his childhood.
Its history goes back more than 2, years. This film is the first in a series of four documenting the lives of the inhabitants of West Street during the last two years before a major revamping of the neighborhood in Debuting director Yu Xun shows us the old West Street community, in this first part following the last days of Grandma Jiang. The everyday conversations she has with the filmmaker about her health and children turn out to have a tragic subtext.
This matriarch of an ordinary Chinese family has had a stroke following a nasty fall. Sitting in front of her house, she complains about her poverty and the lack of attention paid to her by her four children. As her health deteriorates, suppressed conflicts within the family bubble to the surface. While Grandma Jiang is completely taken up with her medical condition, the family tries to keep everything together.
The Vanishing Spring Light is a film about love and loss within Slow Motion - Dick Bakker Orchestra Featuring Joop Stokkermans - Eternal Cycle family, about obligations and blood ties, about guilt, change and fate. A year later, the family discovered that the police had kidnapped, severely beaten, and then murdered the two boys for no apparent reason at all.
The bodies were dumped in the Yambo River, never to be found again. In a poetic, contemplative voice-over, she makes a brave attempt to arrange the events in an appropriate manner. But like her parents, the filmmaker is also looking for rehabilitation. For as long as the Ecuadorean authorities shamelessly continue to cover up the case, it will be difficult to lead a normal life — if not altogether impossible. Jouw gids voor kunst en cultuur Welke films, concerten, festivals, en muziek mag je niet missen?
Met de Volkskrant altijd kunst en cultuur bij de hand. A three-member international jury will evaluate the films, choose three of them, and select the winner from these. Verbal aggression, abuse, murder: violence is deeply anchored in human nature. But which mechanism ensures that we are usually able to suppress such tendencies? In other words, which fuse is blown the very moment that we explode?
In a short series of portraits, nine apparently average Swedes talk about how they acted on a violent urge. A doctor informed a patient with an untreatable form of cancer that he would die a painful, lonely death, just because it gave him a bizarre form of satisfaction. And a girl experienced a sardonic pleasure in testing out her the steel toes of her new Dr. Martens on an unfortunate passerby. Were the actions of these violent individuals motivated by sadism, a feeling of victory, a longing for power?
Is that perhaps where we will find the motive of their violent derailment? In an attempt to make up for lost time, he decides to visit his dad in Brussels, where Czarlewski senior works as a diplomat. He films the visit, following him wherever he goes. He follows him during a game of tennis, in his bed, while laying a wreath, and at the office.
But his father is unenthusiastic, showing his irritation when his son films him or tries to interview him. But in spite of this constant confirmation of something he already knew, he does seem to get to know his father a little bit better in the process.
At the age of 15, she was taking part in demonstrations and hanging around in the building for days on end. In the mids, a fierce conflict broke out in Norway between various extremist youth groups, with anti-fascists and neo-Nazis battling it out. It was then that Karen made a decision that she has regretted ever since. As we watch archive footage of riots, Karen reads sections from her diary in voice-over. Trying to discover what possessed her back then, she interviews former friends with whom she is no longer on speaking terms.
She has intense and painful conversations with her mother, whose concern about Karen in those days has left its mark. The roles are frequently reversed, with the interviewees posing more questions than the filmmaker. Slowly but surely, a picture emerges of Karen as a lonely adolescent looking for affirmation. Will redemption be possible? Amin Haghighizadeh was 16 when his father decided that Iran was no longer safe for him, so he sent him from Tehran to the Netherlands.
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The French musician, who lives in Jerusalem, has had to cope with the gradual deterioration of his physical constitution since the late s, when he was diagnosed with this progressive disease of the central nervous system. All the examinations, medication and alternative therapies have failed to halt it.
In recent years, it has become clearer that not only his life, but also his music — his creative gift — are in jeopardy. A year-old man and his son share a burning passion for horses and horseracing. As this father explains in voice-over, horseracing has been in the genes of this Belgian family for a hundred years. Although he has reached retirement age, he is still an active jockey.
Now, the son spends his days in his chair, throwing a ball for his dog, watching the races on TV, and praying — praying a lot. Besides images of their favorite noble beast, we also see the religious themes filling their quiet home.
The family has become exceptionally religious since that fateful accident. Despite the comfort the family finds in their faith, their daily existence is veiled in grief. The film follows the quintessential Amsterdam couple Riek and Harrie in their house and garage, but also on the road, in their decrepit but beloved camper. Riek and Harrie are both coping with a great loss, but they find comfort, understanding, and most of all joy with one another.
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Alexandra Lihacheva places Krenalinova center stage in her directorial debut. She is on-screen for almost the entire length of the documentary: in extreme close-up while being crossexamined by the public prosecutor, and muddled but stoical as she reveals her motives. She has no regrets, and she would be just as happy to set the entire city alight. In the rare moments that Katya is filmed outside, she wanders around in the snow near the burned down house. Slow Motion - Dick Bakker Orchestra Featuring Joop Stokkermans - Eternal Cycle poses for the camera like a model in an artistic music video, elusive and mysterious.
He died alone, having informed no one of his admission. Why not? The ensuing emotional conversations show how ordinary citizens were not immune from being drawn into the horrors of the Balkan war, and how many of them are still trying to cope with the consequences.
He also examines the actions of those same ordinary citizens, including his father. Can the many video recordings the father made of his two sons when they were children provide any definitive answers? Or can the filmmaker perhaps dig up the past with stories his interlocutors would rather not tell? Under a bridge in Miami, a clandestine community has formed of convicted child abusers who have served their sentences. Nowhere in the city are they welcome.
Their ankle bracelets signal when they get too near places where children play, so they are permanently traceable.
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And so we are witness to one of the greatest taboos in our society, the rehabilitation of pedophiles, from the perspective of these two men. Bittner is unbending in his determination to put his protagonists through the ringer for their alleged crimes, but there are scenes in which they are interviewed in both confrontational and sensitive ways. And what is their version of what happened?
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