Recordings

1. Alba Rosa Viëtor, Florida Premiere (2005)

 

[1] Piano Trio in A minor Adagio - Molto Allegro - Adagio

     Biljana Milovanovic piano
     Domagoj Ivanovic violin
     Marie Elaine Gagnon cello
[2] Richiamo for Piano
[3] Duet for Flute and Clarinet
[4] Recitativo for String Ensemble
[5] Little Poem for Piano and String Ensemble
[6] Toddler at Play for Flute, Violin, Piano and Percussion

    Maurice Gusman Hall
    University of Miami


Alba Rosa Vietor Foundation

2. Alba Rosa Viëtor, Florida Premiere of "Primavera Lombarda" (2003)


Orchestra of the University of Miami

Sir Thomas Sleeper, conductor

3. Alba Rosa Viëtor, Pieces for piano, Laurence Jeanningros (2006), piano

Pezzi (1973)

Sonata (1948)

[1] Solitudine
[2] Melanconia
[3] Ansieta
[4] Speranza (per Jeanne)
[5] Gratitudine (per Hendrik)

 

[6] Dialogue (1977) 

 

[7] Valse de Salon (1918)

[8] Molto Moderato
[9] Andante
[10] Scherzo-Meno Mosso
[11] Molto Moderato-Allegro

 

[12] The Blue Bird Suite (1951) 21 movements

 

[13] Valse de Salon (encore)


4. CD with selected compositions by Alba Rosa Viëtor

 

Sonate for violin and piano (1937)

 

[1] Allegro Moderato [7:47]
[2] Adagio Drammatico [5:28]
[3] Scherzo (allegretto) [4:58]
[4] Finale (allegro ritmico) [5:25]

Alba Rosa Viëtor (violin)
Ramon Gonzales (piano)
1955 Phillips Gallery, Washington D.C

Mediolanum for Orchestra (1950)

 

[5] The Castle [9:28]
[6] The Cathedral [4:22]
[7] The Stadium [7:24]

 

The National Gallery Orchestra, Washington D.C.
1954 Conductor Richard Bales

 

Piano Trio in A-minor (1951)

 

[8] Adagio-Allegro-Adagio [11:21]
Biljana Milovanovic piano
Domagoj Ivanovic violin
Marie Elaine Gagnon cello
Maurice Gusman Hall
2005 University of Miami

 

 

Primavera Lombarda for Orchestra (1949)

 

[9] Adagio-Molto Adagio-Presto [10:44]

University of Miami Symphony Orchestra
Conductor Thomas Sleeper
Maurice Gusman Hall
2003 University of Miami

Pezzi for Piano (1973)

 

[10] Solitudine [1:48]
[11] Melanconia [1:38]
[12] Ansieta [0:55]
[13] Speranza (per Jeanne) [1:32]
[14] Gratitudine (per Hendrik) [0:38]

Laurence Herklots-Jeanningros, piano
2006 Vierhouten, The Netherlands

5. Alba Rosa Viëtor, The Blue Bird Suite for Orchestra(1951)

 

21 movements

The Adamello Ensemble.

Loes Visser, conductor, Robijn Tilanus, narrator

Worldpremiere 20.09.09 in the Hermitage, Amsterdam

6. The Alba Rosa Viëtor Concert Series

 

Volume of the violin: A showcase of violin works by Alba Rosa Viëtor

Victor E. Clarke Ricital Hall in the L. Austin Weeks Center

University of Miami September 29, 2010

Engineer: Paul Griffith

[1] Canzonetta (1939)

Beatriz Vera, violin

Maria Holloway, piano

 

Four Sketches (1957)
[2]  I.   Moon and Cats
[3]  II.  Lovers and Moon
[4]  III. Moonbeams

[5]  IV. Rain

Luiz Fernandez, violin and Sandra Rubio, violin

Four Pieces (1968)

[8]    I. Longong
[9]    II. Children Singing
[10]  III. Duet
[11]  IV. Children Playing

Jennifer Shea, violin and Joshua Sheperd, viola

 

[12]     Elegie  (1941) Dedicated to Jan Kubelik

Luiz Fernandez, violin

[6] Valse Romantique (1939)

Beatriz Vera, violin

Maria Holloway, piano

 

[7] Giuochi (1916)

Tomas Cotic, violin

Maria Holloway, piano

Sonata (1937)

[13]   Allegro moderato

[14]   Adagio Drammatico

[15]   Scherzo (Allegretto)

[16]   Finale (Allegro ritmoco)

Hector Hernandez, violin

Maria Holloway, piano

 

 

CD's to be ordered at  info@albarosavietor.com
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Account-number: 53.72.07.163 of the Alba Rosa Viëtor Foundation

Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

IBAN: NL14ABNA0537207163
BIC: ABNANL2A 3

Which language is the most difficult to learn? The language of music. (Alba Rosa Viëtor)