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Laine, Esko

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Helsinki, 1961. Esko Laine was born in 1961 in Helsinki and studied at Hyvinkää Conservatory. When he was eighteen years old, he obtained a post at the Finland National Opera Orchestra, and he left it to study with Günter Klaus and Franco Petracchi. He won several international prizes such as Isle of Man, Markneukirchen and Munich ARD Competition. In 1886 he joined at Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and became the first Finnish musician to obtain a post there. His way of playing has inspired many composers to write double bass works. Esko Laine is a professor at Hans Eisler Musikhochschule Berlin. He was a professor in several European youth orchestras and he usually gives master classes. In chamber music, he is guest at many festivals and a member of ensembles Alia Musica from Berlin and Kerberos from Finland. Esko Laine plays a double bass made by Giuseppe Rocca in 1839.

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MISEK, Adolf

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Modletin, 1875, 1954. null

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  • MISEK | Laine < Double bass

    Sonata for double bass and piano no. 2 in E minor op 6

    II. Andante cantabile

    CLASS 2561: [O.V.: English]

    Content

    Part - 27' 35''
    Rhythm, Fingerings - 2' 55''
    Fingerings, Bow distribution - 1' 07''
    Sound quality, Shifts or changes of position - 2' 30''
    Articulation, Dynamics - 3' 04''
    Tension - 1' 16''
    Part - 11' 14''
    Metrical rigor or freedom, Attitude of the musician - 3' 05''
    Study methods, Dynamics - 2' 51''
  • MISEK | Laine < Double bass

    Sonata for double bass and piano no. 2 in E minor op 6

    I. Con fuoco

    CLASS 2801: [O.V.: English]

    Content

    Part - 5' 54''
    Sound quality, Care of the instrument - 1' 46''
    Fingerings - 0' 59''
    Part - 5' 09''
    Bow distribution, Duration - 2' 36''
    Metrical rigor or freedom - 1' 27''
    Part - 12' 41''
    Dynamics, Timbre - 1' 53''
    Vibrato, Relaxation - 1' 22''
    Bow distribution, Dynamics - 1' 24''
    Sound planes - 1' 11''
    Dynamics, Pizzicato - 4' 37''
    Part - 30' 54''
    Attacks, Metrical rigor or freedom - 1' 48''
    Shifts or changes of position , Fingerings - 2' 17''
    Sound quality - 2' 17''
    Duration, Bow distribution - 2' 25''
    Ending of the sound - 2' 59''
    Attacks, Detaché - 1' 14''
    Tempo - 1' 27''
    Sound preparation, Shifts or changes of position - 2' 42''
    Sound quality, Weight - 1' 14''

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