Shortcuts
Please wait while page loads.

Woollahra Libraries Catalogue

PageMenu- Main Menu-
Page content

Catalogue Display

The beauty of the violin: Lu Siqing, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Northley.

The beauty of the violin: Lu Siqing, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Northley.
Catalogue Information
Field name Details
Author Lü, Siqing instrumentalist.
Title The beauty of the violin [sound recording] / Lu Siqing, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Benjamin Northley.
Publisher/Date Australia : Australian Broadcasting Corporation [2018].
©2018
Pagination etc. 1 audio disc (68’15) : CD audio, digital ; 12 cm + issued with leaflet.
Series ABC classics
Contents note Catalogued from container.
Compact disc.
Australian Broadcasting Corporation: ABC4816757.
Instrumental music.
Programme notes in English and Chinese script.
Violin concerto no. 2 in E minor, op. 64 / Felix Mendelssohn -- Violin concerto No. 1 in G minor, op. 26 / Max Bruch -- Out of Peking Opera / Tan Dun.
Performer note Performed by Lü Siqing with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. Conducter: Benjamin Northley.
Event Note Recorded 4-6 September 2017 in the Iwaki Auditorium of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Southbank Centre, Melbourne.
Summary Note Lu Siqing, China’s finest violinist, makes his debut recording with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – to be launched at MSO’s gala Chinese New Year Concert (celebrating the Year of the Dog). On this album, Mr Lu performs two of the finest and most treasured concertos in the western repertory: Max Bruch’s career-defining Violin Concerto No.1, composed in 1866; and Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto, written just three years before the composer died tragically young at the age of 38. East meets West on this album, with the inclusion of a concerto by China’s foremost composer, Tan Dun. Best known for his scores for the movies Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Hero, Tan Dun has become one of the most widely celebrated Chinese cultural figures of our generation. Recorded in the studio with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and their Associate Conductor Benjamin Northey, this album presents a joyful showcase of music-making from one of the world’s great virtuosos, and a true collaboration between two remarkable musical cultures -- ABC website.
Subject Violin music
Concertos (Violin)
Sound recordings.
Added Author Northley, Benjamin conductor.
Corporate Author Melbourne Symphony Orchestra performer.
Genre CLASSICAL
Shelf Location CD LU
Catalogue Information 781675 Beginning of record . Catalogue Information 781675 Top of page .