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Heinrich Kaminski
« on: September 25, 2011, 12:30:08 PM »
Does anyone actually know of this composer?! I typed his name into the forum search bar and absolutely nothing came up at all.... not even a mention...

To be honest, I only heard of him around a week ago when I heard a short excerpt from his "Dorian Music" on the Berlin Phil's "Digital Concert Hall". I only heard around a minute, but it was so beautiful. Baroque in style but with many absolutely stunning orchestral twists.

So could anyone recommend me anything of his, I am not sure if much as been performed, let alone recorded!

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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2011, 01:39:08 PM »
I had never heard about Kaminski before listening to his music on the Berlin Phil's "Digital Concert Hall" too; anyway, apart from that excerpt, I know Joseph Keilberth made a good recording of Kaminski "Concerto Grosso, for piano & Double Orchestra", you might try to take a listen to it.

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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #2 on: September 26, 2011, 07:16:32 AM »
I had never heard about Kaminski before listening to his music on the Berlin Phil's "Digital Concert Hall" too; anyway, apart from that excerpt, I know Joseph Keilberth made a good recording of Kaminski "Concerto Grosso, for piano & Double Orchestra", you might try to take a listen to it.

Ilaria

Thank you for replying Ilaria! :)

I shall definitely try and find that recording of the Concerto Grosso, thank you very much for the recommendation!

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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #3 on: September 26, 2011, 07:19:29 AM »
This one I orderred from BRO and will receive soon:

Schulhoff [1899-1942], String Quartet {1927}. Ullmann [1893-1944], String Quartet {1943}. Adolf Busch [1891-1952], Quartettsatz {1924}. Kaminski [1886-1946], String Quartet {1917}. (Album title: 'Music is Confession'. Performed by the Casals Quartet. Rec. 10/2000. Total time: 63'06')
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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2011, 07:26:41 AM »
This one I orderred from BRO and will receive soon:

Schulhoff [1899-1942], String Quartet {1927}. Ullmann [1893-1944], String Quartet {1943}. Adolf Busch [1891-1952], Quartettsatz {1924}. Kaminski [1886-1946], String Quartet {1917}. (Album title: 'Music is Confession'. Performed by the Casals Quartet. Rec. 10/2000. Total time: 63'06')

Thank you for letting me know of that. When it arrives, please let me know what the Kaminski is like! :) I shall go and have a look for that on amazon now. :)

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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #5 on: September 26, 2011, 07:31:28 AM »
Thank you for letting me know of that. When it arrives, please let me know what the Kaminski is like! :) I shall go and have a look for that on amazon now. :)

Daniel

I won't get it until I see it in late October. But I will try to remember to post here!
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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #6 on: September 26, 2011, 07:38:30 AM »
I won't get it until I see it in late October. But I will try to remember to post here!

Ah... yes, please do try and remember! :) I am very anxious to find out more about this composer!

Thank you!

Daniel
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Re: Heinrich Kaminski
« Reply #7 on: June 08, 2019, 03:15:18 PM »
Does anyone actually know of this composer?! I typed his name into the forum search bar and absolutely nothing came up at all.... not even a mention...

To be honest, I only heard of him around a week ago when I heard a short excerpt from his "Dorian Music" on the Berlin Phil's "Digital Concert Hall". I only heard around a minute, but it was so beautiful. Baroque in style but with many absolutely stunning orchestral twists.

So could anyone recommend me anything of his, I am not sure if much as been performed, let alone recorded!

Daniel

There is a web page:
https://heinrich-kaminski.de/?ds=63