Contents: Grand Nonetto, Op. 31, by Spohr -- Nonetto, Op. 77, by Onslow. Performed by the ensemble Osmosis. Conducted by flutist Kate Clark. World premiere recording of the Onslow.
Louis Spohr: Piano Sonata in A flat major -- Rondoletto in G major. George Onslow: Piano Sonata in C minor -- Six Pieces -- Toccata in C major.
The second book in Olms' study of Onslow includes articles on his string quartets, wind quintets, reception in Germany, and more. With a foreword and index. Music examples.
Fifteen articles discuss the life and music of the 19th century composer Onslow. With a preface by Rene Koering, Festina lente by Viviane Niaux, bibliography, discography, and indices. Music examples. Illustrations. Tables.
An album of string quartets by Onslow.
Onslow's designation was Sonata for piano & violoncello (viola).
Buccheri and Boldrey perform piano duets by Onslow, Reger, Wagner, Liszt, Grieg, and Balakirev.
The Borealis Wind Quintet performs music by Taffanel, Deslandres, Onslow, and Lefevbre.
Two chamber concertos by Onslow, composed for the salons of Paris. With pianist Gianluca Luisi and the Ensemble Concertant Frankfurt.
This disc contains two of the last works composed by Onslow. Pianist Stefan Irmer performs with Consortium Classicum.
Onslow composed his quintet op. 38 after being shot in the face in a hunting accident. Maybe Cheney's pal should try that. With the Quintett Momento Musicale.
Two pieces of chamber music by Onslow, who was more popular in Germany than in France, where he made his home. Performed by the Ensemble Concertant Frankfurt.
This is the first critical edition of Onslow's 3rd Symphony. It is based on an early print of parts. With a preface and critical notes in German.
The second of three sonatas which were composed for either viola or cello. These are perhaps Onslow's best known works. With a preface in German or English.
The last of three sonatas composed by Onslow for viola or cello and piano, first published in 1821. With a preface in German and English.
Onslow composed this three-movement work in 1846. This edition is based on a print from the 19th century, involving only minor editing. With a brief note.
Contents: Allegro Impetuoso -- Scherzo -- Andante -- Finale. This work may also be played by one cello and one double bass, rather than two celli. Reprinted from an early edition published by Kistner in Leipzig.
Contents: Allegro espressivo -- Menuetto -- Adagio cantabile -- Allegretto. With a preface by Uwe Wegner in German, English and French, dated 1971. Reprinted from an earlier edition.