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CD12315Horenstein b200


Horenstein Ensemble / Lost Generation


Sophia Jaffé | Violin
Jana Krämer-Forster | Violin
Matthias Benker | Viola
Andreas Timm | Cello
Ralf Forster | Clarinet
Ronith Mues | Harp
Gergely Bodoky | Flute
Igor Prokopets | Double Bass
Julien Salemkour | Piano
Barbara Krieger | Soprano


“Die Narbe / The Scar” is a project by Berlin-based photographer Martin U. K. Lengemann. On the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the war, Lengemann told the newspaper ”Welt am Sonntag“ his own personal history of the First World War from the perspective of his great-grandfather and events on Western Front. His wish is reconciliation instead of division. For decades, he has been committed to promoting understanding between Germans and Britons. For many years, he has researched the history, accounts and music of the Great War. Lengemann, whose other great passion is classical music, found three composers who stand out in their generation. Their works, some of which appear on CD for the fi rst time, round out the project.




Rudi Stephan (1887-1915)

Music for seven string instruments (1911)


George Butterworth (1885-1916)

The Banks of Green Willow (Arr.: Felix Korinth) (1913/2014)

Suite for String Quartet (1910)


Cecil F.G. Coles (1888-1918)

Four Verlaine Songs (Arr.: Julien Salemkour) (1904/2014)

24Bit Quad Sampling Ultra Definition Recording


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DVD+FLAC192: Double DVD - on each DVD player directly playable 24Bit/96kHz Audio-DVD, including additional FLAC files for streamers or media players, plus additional FLAC192 disc, containing 24Bit/192kHz FLAC files (in total 2 discs, 2x Super Jewel Case NH), detailed information