Military Beethoven Carl Petersson

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Album-Release:
2019

HRA-Release:
17.09.2019

Label: Naxos

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Instrumental

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  • Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827): Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89:
  • 1Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: I. Marsch01:55
  • 2Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: II. Deutscher Gesang. Allegro moderato (1)00:50
  • 3Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: III. Jagdlied. Allegretto00:35
  • 4Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: II. Deutscher Gesang. Allegro moderato (2)00:51
  • 5Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: IV. Romanze. Andantino00:52
  • 6Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: II. Deutscher Gesang. Allegro moderato (3)00:44
  • 7Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: V. Kriegslied. Allegro assai con brio01:11
  • 8Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: II. Deutscher Gesang. Allegro moderato (4)00:46
  • 9Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: VI. Trinklied. Allegro con brio01:27
  • 10Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: II. Deutscher Gesang. Allegro moderato (5)00:51
  • 11Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: VII. Deutscher Tanz. Walzer01:17
  • 12Musik zu einem Ritterballett, WoO 1, Hess 89: VIII. Coda. Allegro vivace01:45
  • 6 Variations in G major, WoO 77:
  • 136 Variations in G major, WoO 7707:44
  • 7 Variations on "God Save the King" in C Major, WoO 78:
  • 147 Variations on "God Save the King" in C Major, WoO 7809:35
  • 5 Variations on "Rule Britannia" in D Major, WoO 79:
  • 155 Variations on "Rule Britannia" in D Major, WoO 7905:40
  • Wellingtons Sieg, oder die Schlacht bei Vittoria, Op. 91, Hess 97:
  • 16Wellingtons Sieg, oder die Schlacht bei Vittoria, Op. 91, Hess 97: Pt. I, Schlacht08:09
  • 17Wellingtons Sieg, oder die Schlacht bei Vittoria, Op. 91, Hess 97: Pt. 2, Sieges-Symphonie07:15
  • Tarpeja, WoO 2, Hess 117:
  • 18Tarpeja, WoO 2, Hess 117: No. 1, Triumphal March in C Major02:45
  • March in B-Flat Major, WoO 29, Hess 87:
  • 19March in B-Flat Major, WoO 29, Hess 87 (Original Version)01:21
  • 20March in B-Flat Major, WoO 29, Hess 87 (Revised Version)01:19
  • March No. 1 in F Major, WoO 18, Hess 99:
  • 21March No. 1 in F Major, WoO 18, Hess 99 "Für die böhmische Landwehr"01:27
  • Piano Trio in G Major, Op. 1 No. 2, Hess 98:
  • 22Piano Trio in G Major, Op. 1 No. 2, Hess 98: III. Scherzo. Allegro (Completed by C. Petersson)01:29
  • Minuet in A-Flat Major, WoO 209, Hess 88:
  • 23Minuet in A-Flat Major, WoO 209, Hess 8804:18
  • Minuet in F Major, WoO 217, Bia. 66:
  • 24Minuet in F Major, WoO 217, Bia. 6601:34
  • Minuet in D Minor, Gardi 10:
  • 25Minuet in D Minor, Gardi 10 (Transcr. D.P. Johnson) [Revised L. Bisgaard]02:10
  • Waltz in C Minor, WoO 219, Hess 68:
  • 26Waltz in C Minor, WoO 219, Hess 6800:50
  • Allemande in A Major, WoO 81:
  • 27Allemande in A Major, WoO 8101:12
  • Anglaise in D Major, WoO 212, Hess 61:
  • 28Anglaise in D Major, WoO 212, Hess 6100:34
  • Ecossaise in E-Flat Major, WoO 86:
  • 29Ecossaise in E-Flat Major, WoO 8600:30
  • Ecossaise in G Major, WoO 23, Hess 4:
  • 30Ecossaise in G Major, WoO 23, Hess 4 (Arr. C. Czerny for Piano)00:40
  • Total Runtime01:11:36

Info for Military Beethoven



Most of the pieces on this album have been designated ‘WoO’ (Works without Opus Number) or bear the numbering from the Hess catalogue of unpublished or unfinished pieces. These include the piano transcription of the topically programmatic Battle Symphony (Wellington’s Victory or The Battle of Vitoria) and the genial variations on Rule Britannia and God Save the King. The Marches, Menuets and Ecossaises derive from a variety of sources, while there is a strangely tragic aspect to the Waltz in C minor.

Carl Petersson, piano



Carl Petersson
Born in 1981 in Lund, Sweden, Carl Petersson began playing the piano at the age of fifteen. Within ten years, he graduated from the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen with degrees in piano and pedagogy under José Ribera. During his studies, he partook in numerous international master classes in Denmark, Sweden, and Israel. Carl was awarded the Tel-Hai International Piano MasterClasses scholarship four years in succession, where he studied with Pnina Salzman, Victor Derevianco, Emanuel Krasovsky, Staffan Scheja, and Nikolai Petrov.

Carl continues to perform in Canada, the United States, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Sweden, Denmark, Poland, France, the Czech Republic, Germany and Israel. Past performances included venues such as the Canadian National Arts Gallery in Ottawa, the Glenn Gould Studio at the CBC in Toronto, Canada, the Shanghai Oriental Arts Center in China and the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo, USA. Carl has collaborated with conductors JoAnn Falletta, Kerry Stratton, Jiri Starek and Niklas Willén with orchestras such as Buffalo Philharmonic, the Toronto Concert Orchestra, and the National Czech Radio Orchestra. Carl is frequently invited to participate in international music festivals such as the Music and Beyond in Canada, the International Chopin Festival in Antonin, Poland and the Beethoven Festival in Teplice - which he inaugurated together at a gala concert with the Teplice Philharmonic and the choir of the Czech Philharmonic.

In 2013 Carl Petersson received his Ph.D. from the Music Academy in Kraków, where he assisted Mariola Cieniawa’s class. In 2008 he played an acclaimed recording of two Friedrich von Flotow piano concertos with the Pilsen Philharmonic Orchestra, released on the Sterling label. In 2011, Carl recorded Leopold Godowsky’s Java Suite for Sterling, followed by the duets for cello and piano of Jacques Offenbach and Friedrich von Flotow a year later. During his Canadian tour, he made a live recording of Grieg’s Piano Concerto at CBC Radio to much success. In 2015, Carl released his next album with the piano concertos by Edvard Grieg and a reimagined version of Grieg's unfinished piano concerto composed by Helge Evju. In 2016, Carl released his second album for Grand Piano with world premiere recordings by Per Nørgård, the Siemens Music Prize winner.

As a lecturer, Carl Petersson has been invited as a guest speaker at, among others, The Royal Swedish Academy of Music, University of Toronto, Tel Aviv University, Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, University of Ottawa and the New England Conservatory which have joint programs with Harvard University.

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