Music in Exile Vol. 7: Chamber Works by Robert Müller-Hartmann

ARC Ensemble
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Robbed of time and opportunity, the German-Jewish composer Robert Müller-Hartmann (1884-1950) has been relegated to little more than a footnote in musical history, better known for his association with Ralph Vaughan Williams than for his own works. In the seventh of its highly praised “Music in Exile” series for Chandos Records, the ARC Ensemble (Artists of the Royal Conservatory) reintroduces the chamber works of a gifted composer who fled from Hamburg to England with the rise of Nazism. His career never recovered, and his music remained forgotten...until now.
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Weight 75 g


Sonata for violin and piano, op. 5

dedicated to Artur Schnabel with sincere admiration

1. I. Mässig Schnell

2. II. Ruhevol (aber nicht schleppen)

3. III. Sehr Schnell

Two pieces for cello and piano

4. Meditation – Largo

5. Elegy – Andante

Sonata for Two Violins, op. 32

6. I. Schnell

7. II. Kanon

8. III. Scherzo

9. IV. Schnell mit Anmut

Three Intermezzi and Scherzo, op. 22

for piano

10. Intermezzo I. Etwas bewegt

11. Intermezzo II. Zart, fliessend

12. Intermezzo III. Etwas bewegt, wiegend

13. Scherzo IV. Sehr lebhaft

String Quartet, no. 2, op. 38

14. I. Andante tranquillo

15. II. Vivace e scherzando

16. III. Adagio

17. IV. Allegro molto

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