Robert Schumann: Complete Works for Cello

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Ella van Poucke. Winner of the prestigious Premio Chigiana 2017 and recently awarded the Grachtenfestival Prize, the 27 year old Dutch cellist belongs to the top rank of today's generation of cellists.

She is the first prize winner of the International Isang Yun cello competition 2015, the Leopoldinum Award 2015, Prix Nicolas Firmenich 2013, Elisabeth Everts Award 2014, Prix Academie Maurice Ravel 2012, Dutch Musician of the Year 2012, first prize winner of the 2008 Princess Christina Competition and recipient of the special prize in “recognition of an outstanding performance at the Grand Prix Emanuel Feuermann 2014.

Schumann composed his Cello Concerto in about two weeks during November 1850. Before Schumann, few major composers had written cello concertos. Schumann avoids technical display for its own sake, allowing his characteristic poetic expression, intimacy and fantasy to prevail.

Schumann originally scored the Fantasiestücke Opus 73 (1849) for clarinet and piano but simultaneously provided alternative arrangements for violin or cello. In his choice of clarinet Schumann was typically innovative. The three pieces are melodically interrelated, creating a unity underlined by the absence of breaks between them.

Schumann's Adagio and Allegro in A flat major, Opus 70 dates from a week after the Fantasiestucke Opus 73. He originally intended his Opus 70 for the new valve horn, though he named cello, violin or viola as alternative instruments. The piece is fully characteristic of Schumann's Romantic spirit. The expansive and dreamily romantic Adagio gives way to an Allegro with a leaping, joyful main theme.

Just as Schumann had wanted “popular elements” to prevail in his Rhenish Symphony (1850), the Fünf stücke im Volkston (1849) are correspondingly simple, tuneful and accessible. Nevertheless Schumann's creative imagination and wide expressive range are no less apparent.
Ella van Poucke plays on a 1620 Maggini cello.

Ella van Poucke, cello
Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, piano
Phíon, Orchestra of Gelderland & Overijssel / Günter Neuhold

1. Adagio & Allegro, Op. 70 Adagio 03:50
2. Adagio & Allegro, Op. 70 Allegro 05:08
3. Fantasiestücke, Op. 73 Zart und mit Ausdruck 03:18
4. Fantasiestücke, Op. 73 Lebhaft, leicht 03:39
5. Fantasiestücke, Op. 73 Rasch und mit Feuer 04:35
6. 5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102 I. Mit humor, in A Minor, 03:29
7. 5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102 II. Langsam, in F Major 03:56
8. 5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102 III. Nicht schnell, mit viel Ton zu spielen, in A Minor 04:09
9. 5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102 IV. Nicht zu rasch, in D Major 02:03
10. 5 Stücke im Volkston, Op. 102 V. Stark and markirt, in A Minor 03:13
11. Cello Concerto, Op. 129 Nicht zu schnell 11:40
12. Cello Concerto, Op. 129 Langsam 04:19
13. Cello Concerto, Op. 129 Sehr lebhaft 07:55

wydano: 03 September 2021
nagrano: Recorded at: Parkzaal, Musis Sacrum, Arnhem (track 11-13) & Haas Teichen Hall, Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel (track 1-10), 26-29 January 2021 (track 11-13) & 11-13 June 2021 (track 1- 10)

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Robert Schumann [1810-1856]
Ella van Poucke / Phion Orchestra / Günter Neuhold / Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden
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