All Peter-Sheppard-Skærved articles

  • Tartini Sheppard Skaerved

    Peter Sheppard Skærved: Tartini


    Plenty of expressive drama in the conclusion to this ambitious project

  • Tobias Hume - Tom & Mistress Fine

    Peter Sheppard Skærved plays Tobias Hume


    Violinist Peter Sheppard Skærved plays ‘Tom Mistress Fine’ from Tobias Hume’s The first part of Ayres for the Viole de Gamba alone published in London in 1605. Sheppard Skærved plays a c.1580 Brescian violin by an unknown maker, tuned down two tones (Eflat, Bflat, F, C). ...

  • Henze violin and viola works

    Peter Sheppard Skærved: violin and viola works by Hans Werner Henze


    Piquant and lyrical playing of some 20th-century violin and viola works  

  • Telemann-Sheppard

    The Great Violins vol.1: Andrea Amati 1570, Telemann: 12 Fantasies for Violin; 12 Fantasies for Flute


    The Strad Issue: August 2015 Description: Sheppard Skærved’s new series presents Telemann fantasias on a 1570 Amati Musicians: Peter Sheppard Skærved (violin) Composer: Telemann Peter Sheppard Skærved revisits Telemann’s twelve violin fantasias in a new project focusing on ‘The Great Violins’. This time, though, he plays a ...

  • Henze-Skaerved

    Henze: Violin Concerto no.2, Il Vitalino raddoppiato


    The Strad Issue: July 2015 Description: Clarity and conviction in Henze’s uncompromising concertante violin music Musicians: Peter Sheppard Skærved (violin/conductor) Parnassus Ensemble/Hans Werner Henze, Longbow Composer: Henze This disc is the completion of a two-decade venture by Peter Sheppard Skærved to record Henze’s concertante music for violin ...

  • Henze-8.557738

    Henze: Violin Concertos nos.1 & 3*, Fünf Nachtstücke†


    The Strad Issue: January 2006 Musicians: Peter Sheppard Skærved (violin) Saarbrucken Radio Symphony Orchestra, Christopher Lyndon-Gee (conductor)* Aaron Shorr (piano)† Composer: Henze Henze’s musical gifts and socio-political ideals have always directed him towards musical individuation: even the more sprawling of his orchestral works abound in soloistic virtuosity, ...