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With recording quality as clear as day, Dan Welcher’s violin concerto bursts in. Its 27 minutes are divided between three movements entitled Games and Songs, March, Quickstep, and Duel and Lullabye [sic] and Tarantella. Written in 1993, Welcher admits to wanting to write something “more charming than profound,” homed to G major, and a piece to stand alongside Mozart’s concerto in the same key and Prokofiev’s first and Stravinsky’s concertos.
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Paul Kantor -  violin
Larry Rachleff - conductor
William Bolcom - piano
Label: Equilibrium
Item Number: EQ60
Format: CD
Year Recorded: 2002
Dan Welcher: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra
I. Games and Songs   01.  I. Games and Songs   8:15$1.00
II. March, Quickstep and Duel   02.  II. March, Quickstep and Duel   9:26$1.50
III. Lullabye and Tarantella   03.  III. Lullabye and Tarantella   9:03$1.50
William Bolcom: Sonata No. 1
I. Legend   04.  I. Legend   7:57$1.00
II. Nocturne   05.  II. Nocturne   3:28$1.00
III. Quasi-Variations: Scenes from a Young Life   06.  III. Quasi-Variations: Scenes from a Young Life   9:27$1.50
Another Rag for Rags   07.  Dan Welcher: Another Rag for Rags   4:04$1.00
Concert Variation   08.  William Bolcom: Concert Variation from Graceful Ghost Rag   5:38$1.00