Schulhoff: Concertos / Kluttig
ZICHNER; ZOON; LEIPZIGER STREICHQUARTETT; DEUTSCHES SYMPHONIE-ORCHESTER; KLUTTIG
"•Erwin Schulhoff (1894-1942), one of the most important Czech artists in the first half of the 20th century, came into contact with the Dadaists in Dresden after WWI. • For artists scarred by war, Dadaism reflected their attitude towards life which found expression in word and image as glaring derision, scorn and shameless provocation. In this climate, Schulhoff discovered American jazz. • The Piano Concerto, WV 66 is a wild blend of Impressionist, late-Romantic and jazz-inspired sounds and rhythms."