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Frang, Vilde 1986-

Overview
Works: 80 works in 151 publications in 4 languages and 2,218 library holdings
Genres: Concertos  Live sound recordings  Art music  Rondos  Nonfiction films  Excerpts  Internet videos  Suites  Chamber music  Arrangements (Music) 
Roles: Instrumentalist, Performer, Author, Actor
Classifications: M1012, 784.272
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Vilde Frang
Violin sonatas by Vilde Frang( )

9 editions published in 2011 in 3 languages and held by 326 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vilde Frang er tilbake med et vakkert oppfølgeralbum til det Spellemannsprisvinnende albumet "Sibelius/Prokofiev violin concertos" fra 2009. Her fremfører hun, sammen med pianisten Michail Lifits, fiolinsonater av Bartók, Grieg og Strauss
Classical 2016( )

2 editions published in 2016 in Italian and held by 263 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"A double album filled with performances by today's musical headline-makers - from established stars of the concert hall and opera house to young talents who have captured the imagination of audiences of all ages. If you want to hear a favourite artist perform a favourite work, or if you are looking to discover exciting new musicians and memorable new pieces - this is the moment for Classical 2016!"--Container
Violin concerto ; Humoresques by Jean Sibelius( )

3 editions published in 2009 in No Linguistic content and Spanish and held by 236 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cello music by Frédéric Chopin( )

9 editions published in 2010 in 3 languages and held by 229 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gábor Takács-Nagy at the Verbier Festival Academy : Piano quartet no. 3 in C minor by Johannes Brahms( Visual )

7 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 203 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In this masterclass Gábor Takács-Nagy works on the first movement of Brahms' tragic 3rd Piano Quartet
Zakhar Bron : Brahms Violin concerto in D major, op. 77 : Violin Masterclass by Johannes Brahms( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in German and held by 133 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Zakhar Bron is known the world over as one of the greatest of all violin teachers and an inspiring performer. Among his students were some of the best known violinists of today like Vadim Repin and Maxim Vengerov. Professor Bron has taught at the Royal Academy in London, the Conservator y of Rotterdam, the Musikhochschule Lübeck and the Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia in Madrid where he still teaches. In this masterclass he works on the first two movements of Brahms' Violin Concerto. Students: Vilde Frang; Noah Bendix-Balgley
Prokofiev & Sibelius : violin concertos by Jean Sibelius( )

1 edition published in 2010 and held by 130 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

HEIFITZ, Jascha (violin). (1) CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. (1) HENDL, Walter (conductor). (2) BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. (2) MUNCH, Charles (conductor)
Violin concertos 1 & 5 ; Sinfonia concertante K364 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart( )

6 editions published in 2015 in 3 languages and held by 126 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Following the success of her discs of Romantic and Late Romantic repertoire, Vilde Frang has recorded Mozart's Concertos Nos. 1 and 5 'Turkish' and the Sinfonia Concertante K364, enabling music lovers to hear the "prodigiously gifted" Norwegian violinist perform Classical repertoire on disc for the first time. The impetus for this album was a 2012 orchestral tour of Asia conducted by Jonathan Cohen in which Vilde performed Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 5. The vibrancy of their musical collaboration was something both artists were keen to repeat and commit to disc. Jonathan's Cohen's chamber orchestra, Arcangelo, proved the ideal partner, joined by violist Maxim Rysanov in the Sinfonia Concertante
Violin concertos( Recording )

1 edition published in 2016 and held by 119 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Violinist Vilde Frang creates another imaginative musical pairing by bringing together concertos by Korngold and Britten. The works featured here were all written around the time of World War II
Violin concertos by Vilde Frang( Recording )

2 editions published in 2012 and held by 57 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto showcases award-winning Norwegian violinist Vilde Frang's hugely assured virtuosity, but far from mere empty fireworks, she exercises her technical facility as a means to cut to the emotional core of the work. The end result is a truly remarkable recording of the warhorse work? jaw-droppingly accomplished playing fused with a depth of expression that belies heryoung age
Violin concerto ; 3 humoresques by Jean Sibelius( Recording )

4 editions published in 2009 in No Linguistic content and Undetermined and held by 54 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vilde Frang er et nytt norsk navn på den internasjonale klassiske stjernehimmelen. Hun ble født i Oslo i 1986 og debuterte 10 år senere med det Norske Radioorkester og Mariss Jansons som dirigent. På hennes første innspilling gjør hun Sibelius' sin fiolinkonsert, samt tre Humoresques av samme komponist. Vi får også Prokofievs 1. fiolinkonsert. Hun har selskap av WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln, og den danske dirigenten Thomas Søndergård
Homage by James Ehnes( Recording )

5 editions published in 2017 in No Linguistic content and Undetermined and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Hommage aux violons: Antonio Stradivari: 1709 "La Pucelle, " 1713 "Baron d"Assignies, " 1715 "Marsick, " 1715 "Baron Knoop, " 1719 "Duke of Alba, " 1733 "Sassoon". Pietro Guarneri (Peter of Mantua): 1698 "Shapiro." Giuseppe Guarneri "Del Gesù": 1737 "King Joseph, " 1742 "Lord Wilton"; hommage aux altos: Gasparo da Salò: c. 1560. Andrea Guarneri: 1676 "Count Vitale, ex Landau, " Giuseppe Guarneri: 1793 "Rolla."
Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Sol Gabetta, Baïba Skride, Vilde Frang, Ula Ulijona, Bertrand Chamayou and Frank Braley gather again at the Solsberg Festival in 2012 to perform works by Schubert and Beethoven. The Solsberg Festival was founded in 2006 by Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta who is now its Artistic Director. In an exceptional site -- the Baroque church St. Martin in Rheinfelden and the Olsberg's cloister -- the festival gathers once a year some of the best contemporary talents in the world in a friendly atmosphere with exceptional concerts. In 2012, the 7th edition of the festival welcomes choice musicians alongside Sol Gabetta: violinists Baïba Skride (1st prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2001) and Vilde Frang (who made her debuts at the Lucerne Festival under Bernard Haitink's baton), violist Ula Ulijona (1st prize at the Primrose International Viola Competition and soloist of the Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra of Baltic countries). They are joined by pianists Bertrand Chamayou (who was awarded in 2012 a Victoire de la Musique classique in the category Instrumental Soloist of the Year) and Frank Braley (Premier Grand Prix and Prix du Public at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1991 aged only 22). For the opening of this second concert, they perform Franz Schubert's Allegro in A Minor, D. 947 that was afterwards subtitled by its publisher "Lebensstürme". With its mix of dramatic accents to more lyrical themes, this work reflects a creative renewal in the composer's life, who surpasses the other composers of his time. Then the Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat Major, D. 929 is one of the latest works Schubert composed. Several themes appear, successively highlighted by the solos of the cello, the piano and the violin, as the composer used ingenious countermelodies. The concert ends with the Piano Trio No. 4 in B-flat Major, Op. 11 that Beethoven dedicated to Maria Whilhelmine von Thun, his protector in Vienna. Watch also: Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival, Part 1 Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival, Part 3
Martha Argerich, Menahem Pressler, Nikolai Lugansky, Gautier Capuçon, Daniel Harding : Verbier Festival 2010( Visual )

1 edition published in 2010 and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Three exceptional concerts at the 2010 Verbier Festival Shostakovitch's Concerto is misleadingly entitled "for trumpet and piano" as it is really a piano concerto with an important part for the solo trumpet. The work was premiered in 1933 with the composer at the piano and the Leningrad Philharmonic. Throughout the work both Shostakovich's lyrical and sarcastic vein are full in play, the latter especially in the trumpet's "interruptions." It is beautifully performed by Gábor Takács-Nagy conducting the Verbier Festival Chamber orchestra, with Martha Argerich on the piano and David Guerrier on the trumpet. Prokofiev's Overture on a Hebrew theme is performed by Nikolaï Luganksy, Daniel Hope, Vilde Frang, Gautier Capuçon, David Aaron Carpenter and Alexander Bedenko. The work is a single movement where two contrasting moods pervade: one, introduced by the slightly ominous opening C Minor tune, the second, a more lyrical, nostalgic idea. Finally, Menahem Pressler and Daniel Harding lead the Verbier Festival Orchestra to a fantastic rendition of Mozart's Piano concerto No. 17 in G Major, KV 453
Treasures of the Masterclass Media Foundation( Visual )

1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Gábor Takács-Nagy presents one of the most personal and intimate works by Johannes Brahms. Gábor Takács-Nagy has achieved his proven reputation many years ago, winning the first prize of the Jeno Hubay European violin competition in 1979, he learnt from the great Nathan Milstein and was awarded with the first prize of the Franz Liszt Academy in 1982. Founder and first violin of the Takács Quartet from 1975 to 1992, recognized worldwide as one of the best string quartets, he has also played with Sir Georg Solti, Lord Menuhin and Mstislav Rostropovich. In this masterclass, he focuses on a magnificent and tragic work by Johannes Brahms: the Piano Quartet in C Minor, Op. 60, composed for violin, viola, cello and piano, also known as Werther quartet. In Goethe's work, Werther is a very sensitive and creative young man, becoming depressed when he sees the woman he loves marrying another. Indeed, Brahms's feelings for Clara, Robert Schumann's wife, were vain, and this love could very well be compared to Werther's story. In 1855, he started to compose three piano quartets, and completed two of them. The last one, the most personal and the deepest, was put apart. Young Brahms's feelings are exposed, the twenty-two year-old artist torn between his admiration for Robert Schumann, dying, and his impossible love. In 1868, he is not sure whether he should or not release this work that reminds him of such events of his past. Thankfully, time heals all wounds, and the work was completed in 1875, and performed for the first time 20 years after its first draft. The Masterclass Media Foundation Archives offer to students and music lovers around the world filmed masterclasses, given by the best talents, on the greatest works of the classical repertoire. Their primary purpose is to provide a valuable educational resource in order to perpetuate passion and knowledge from one generation to another
Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The third concert of the stars Sol Gabetta, Baïba Skride, Vilde Frang, Ula Uljiona, Bertrand Chamayou and Frank Braley at the Solsberg Festival in 2012 is dedicated to Ravel, Fauré and Dvorák. The Solsberg Festival was founded in 2006 by Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta who is now its Artistic Director. In an exceptional site -- the Baroque church St. Martin in Rheinfelden and the Olsberg's cloister -- the festival gathers once a year some of the best contemporary talents in the world in a friendly atmosphere with exceptional concerts. In 2012, the 7th edition of the festival welcomes choice musicians alongside Sol Gabetta: violinists Baïba Skride (1st prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2001) and Vilde Frang (who made her debuts at the Lucerne Festival under Bernard Haitink's baton), violist Ula Uljiona (1st prize at the Primrose International Viola Competition and soloist of the Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra of Baltic countries). They are joined by pianists Bertrand Chamayou (who was awarded in 2012 a Victoire de la Musique classique in the category Instrumental Soloist of the Year) and Frank Braley (Premier Grand Prix and Prix du Public at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1991 aged only 22). Vilde Frang and Frank Braley open this concert with Ravel's Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 2, "a delightful mixture of French Impressionist textures with whiffs of jazz" (Center for Jazz Arts). The concert continues with the rendition of one of the most famous chamber works composed by Gabriel Fauré, his Piano Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 15. Finally musicians perform the Quintet for Piano and Strings No. 2 in A Major, Op. 81, one of the most beautiful quintets composed by Dvorák. Watch also: Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival, Part 1 Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival, Part 2
Treasures of the Masterclass Media Foundation( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 in German and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Talented Zakhar Bron performs one of the most brilliant works for violin ever written. Zakhar Bron was born in Oral, Kazakhstan. At eight years old, he started to learn music in Russia's most prestigious music schools. He began he studies at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory of Moscou in 1966, under the direction of maestro Igor Oistrakh until 1971, and then started his teaching career as the assistant of Igor Oistrakh at the Conservatory until 1974. All along his career, he focused on teaching, at the Lübeck Academy, at the Royal Academy of Arts (London), at the Rotterdam Conservatory, and at the Queen Sofía College of Music (Madrid), where he still gives lessons today. In this masterclass, he shows his pedagogical qualities, teaching the first two movements of Brahms's violin concerto. This Major score of the German Romantic repertoire distinguished itself with a very technical violin part, considered "almost unplayable." Brahms composed it for his friend Joseph Joachim, great violin virtuoso. Melodic richness and orchestral splendour have made of this work a really popular one, actually a masterpiece of the 19th century Viennese music. The Masterclass Media Foundation archives offer to students and music lovers around the world filmed masterclasses, given by the best talents, on the greatest works of the classical repertoire. Their primary purpose is to provide a valuable educational resource in order to perpetuate passion and knowledge from one generation to another
Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival( Visual )

1 edition published in 2012 and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

At the Solsberg Festival in 2012, the star of cello Sol Gabetta is accompanied by Baïba Skride, Vilde Frang, Ula Uljiona, Bertrand Chamayou and Frank Braley to perform works by Franck and Debussy. The Solsberg Festival was founded in 2006 by Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta who is now its Artistic Director. In an exceptional site -- the Baroque church St. Martin in Rheinfelden and the Olsberg's cloister -- the festival gathers once a year some of the best contemporary talents in the world in a friendly atmosphere with exceptional concerts. In 2012, the 7th edition of the festival welcomes choice musicians alongside Sol Gabetta: violinists Baïba Skride (1st prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 2001) and Vilde Frang (who made her debuts at the Lucerne Festival under Bernard Haitink's baton), violist Ula Ulijona (1st prize at the Primrose International Viola Competition and soloist of the Kremerata Baltica Chamber Orchestra of Baltic countries). They are joined by pianists Bertrand Chamayou (who was awarded in 2012 a Victoire de la Musique classique in the category Instrumental Soloist of the Year) and Frank Braley (Premier Grand Prix and Prix du Public at the Queen Elisabeth Competition in 1991 aged only 22). The concert opens with a major work of national chamber music, the Quintet for Piano and Strings in F Minor composed by César Franck in 1879 and dedicated to Camille Saint-Saëns. With this quintet, César Franck led the style to its height, which was afterwards brilliantly taken again by great composers among whom Ernest Chausson, Gabriel Fauré and Gabriel Pierné. The second part of this concert is devoted to the Épigraphes antiques, a cycle of six piano pieces for four hands, composed in 1914 by Claude Debussy. Indeed Debussy took back some elements of an unique score he had composed in 1901 to accompany his friend Pierre Louÿs, the Songs of Bilitis. These "musical miniatures" reflect influences of Antiquity, not only according to the themes, the sounds, but also according to their shape reminding us of symmetrical structures that characterized art works in ancient Greece. Watch also: Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival, Part 2 Sol Gabetta at Solsberg Festival, Part 3
Antonín Dvořák in Verbier( Visual )

1 edition published in 2014 and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An exceptional night with a myriad of great musicians, performing chamber music together! Every summer, the Verbier Festival gathers artists of international fame and the rising stars of their instruments. This concert is a perfect example of this tradition: the Verbier Festival invites here Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, Yuri Bashmet, Vilde Frang and Daniil Trifonov to perform Dvorak's quintet for piano and strings. Absolute symbol of the Slavic soul, Dvorák approaches a style where the popular influences and folk outlines of his phrases express a particular music. In the Central Europe and in the Czech country, where folk songs are the expression of a social struggle against the oppression, the work of Dvorák resonates strongly between popular music and classical music
Violin concertos by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart( Recording )

12 editions published between 2012 and 2016 in 3 languages and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Violinist Vilde Frang creates another imaginative musical pairing by bringing together concertos by Korngold and Britten. The works featured here were all written around the time of World War II
 
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Bjærke, Vilde Frang

Bjærke, Vilde Frang 1986-

Frang Bjærke, Vilde 1986-

Frang, V. 1986-

Vilde Frang classical violinist

Vilde Frang Noors violiste

Vilde Frang norwegische Geigerin

Vilde Frang Violinista clássica

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