The Golden Violin – Music of the 20’s

Daniel Rohn Kreisler Story

“The Golden Violin – Music of the 20’s” is a concert experience exploring the fantastic music of the Roaring 20’s with chamber orchestra: the crackly sounds of early Hollywood, including dazzling tunes by Korngold, Chaplin, Gershwin, Rachmaninoff in modern and fresh arrangements.

Super classy and atmospheric, the project implores the glorious days of American and British stage music on the highest level, when classical and film music enriched each other in an inimitable way.

Daniel Röhn, one can say, stands alone in his ability to re-create the ‘black and white’, luscious violin playing of this time, unmistakably heard in his past recordings and recognised unanimously my major press publications.
The accompanying CD will be recorded with Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn and Case Scaglione and be released in January 2019 on EDEL / Berlin Classics

Program (PDF)

Sergei Rachmaninoff

Ivor Novello

Cecil Burleigh

Artur Honegger

Gottfried Huppertz

Variation 18 from “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43”

The Land of Might-Have-Been

Moto Perpetuo

Three pieces from ‘Napoleon’

Music from “Metropolis”

Maria mit Kindern

Der Maschinemensch

Freder und Maria

George Gershwin An American in Paris
Joseph Suk Song of Love (Chant d’amour)
Darius Milhaud

~ Intermission ~

Ernst Bloch

Kurt Weill

Dmitri Schostakovich

Charlie Chaplin

Brazileira

Prelude

Mack the Knife

What Good would the Moon be

Polka

With You Dear in Bombay

Theme from “Limelight”

La Violetera from “City lights”

Erich Wolfgang Korngold

John Crowther

Gerald Finzi

George Gershwin

March of the Watch

Gweedore Brae (Irish Traditional)

Romanze Op.11

It Ain’t Necessarily So

Tempo di Blues

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addition: Londonderry Air (Irish Traditional)

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Like Heifetz and Stern before him, Röhn is so mesmerisingly in control
The Strad

Absolutely phenomenal – from the first to the last note. His sonority is often reminiscent of Heifetz, his flawless technique evokes to Szeryng
Diapason