The musical fantasy has always been a way for a composer to have free reign to express themselves without the structure that many other styles of music require. Here we discover six wonderful Fantasies and then finally have the chance to celebrate the 25th anniversary of our resident Goldner String Quartet with their special commission featuring 25 fantastical variations on Ode to Joy, The Goldner Variations.
|Fantasy for Horn, Op.88|
Peter Luff (french horn)
|Phantasy Quartet for Oboe, Violin, Viola, and Cello, Op. 2 (1932)|
Emmanuel Cassimatis (oboe), Brigid Coleridge (violin), Simon Oswell (viola), Jamal Aliyev (cello).
|Hölderlin Lieder - 1. Abendphantasie|
Lotte Betts-Dean (soprano), Daniel de Borah (piano)
|Hungarian Pastorale Fantasy Op.26|
Alison Mitchell (flute), Daniel Grimwood (piano)
|Fantasy-Etudes for Bassoon and Percussion|
David Mitchell (bassoon), Jacob Enoka (percussion)
|Fantasie in A major for Violin and Harp, Op. 124 (1907|
Jack Liebeck (violin), Alice Giles (harp)
|Goldner Variations on ‘Ode to Joy’|
Goldner String Quartet
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