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Johannes Brahms – Trio in A minor op. 114: make music part of your life series


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C. Stamitz – Clarinet Concerto Nº3 Bb Major (2. Romanze) – Orquestra de Cambra de Tortosa: MAKE MUSIC PART OF YOUR LIFE SERIES


C. Stamitz – Clarinet Concerto Nº3 Bb Major (2. Romanze) – Orquestra de Cambra de Tortosa

 

Mozart: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, K.498 – Portal, Pasquier, Pennetier: great compositions/performances



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Mozart: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, K.498 – Portal, Pasquier, Pennetier

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791):Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano in E-flat major, “Kegelstatt”, K. 498 (1786)
Trio pour clarinette, alto et piano en Mi bémol majeur
I      Andante;
II    Menuetto;
III  Rondo: Allegretto

Portal: clarinet / clarinette
Pasquier: viola / alto
Pennetier: piano

WEBER Clarinet Concerto No.2 – B.Goodman, J.Martinon, 1967 *vinyl remaster* [HD]: great compositions/performances



From:   Emilio Pessina

WEBER Clarinet Concerto No.2B.Goodman, J.Martinon, 1967 *vinyl remaster* [HD]

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Carl Maria von WEBER: Clarinet Concerto No.2 in E flat major, J.118 / Op.74 (1811)
0:04 / I. Allegro [8’38”]
8:48 / II. Andante con moto [6’42”]
15:39 / III. Alla polacca [6’46”]
Benny Goodman, clarinet
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Jean Martinon, conductor
(rec: 1967 – RCA SAR22043 26.41149 (p)1968)
transfer / remaster: Emilio Pessina, 2013
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make music part of your life series: Mozart: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, K.498 – Portal, Pasquier, Pennetier


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Mozart: Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano, K.498 – Portal, Pasquier, Pennetier

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791): Trio for Clarinet, Viola and Piano in E-flat major, “Kegelstatt”, K. 498 (1786)
Trio pour clarinette, alto et piano en Mi bémol majeur:
I     Andante;
II   Menuetto;
III Rondo: Allegretto

Portal: clarinet / clarinette
Pasquier: viola / alto
Pennetier: piano

 

Maurice Ravel – Introduction & Allegro for Harp, Flute, Clarinet & String Quartet



Introduction & Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet & string quartet (1905)

Stuttgart Chamber Music Ensemble

The Introduction and Allegro (1905) is one of the few pieces by Ravel that has remained more or less in the shadows — save in the minds of harpists — throughout the last century. While it is certainly not among the composer’s most striking works, it is nevertheless a pleasant enough showpiece that looks forward to the raw sensuality of Daphnis et Chloé while hearkening back with great affection to the music of Chabrier and, especially, Franck. The full title of the work is Introduction and Allegro for Harp, Accompanied by a Quartet of Strings, Flute, and Clarinet. Although it is often conveniently designated a septet, it is really a kind of miniature (10-minute) harp concerto, complete with virtuoso writing and an extended central cadenza for the instrument. Chamber performances of the work, in fact, are few and far between; it is far more frequently heard in the orchestra hall with a full complement of strings. The general simplicity of form and harmony have led some to conclude that the Introduction and Allegro might have originally been composed as a test piece for the Paris Conservatoire; certainly it did not stand out sufficiently in Ravel’s own memory for him to include it in his list of works. 

The brief Très lent introduction presents two themes, the first for the woodwinds in leaping parallel thirds, the second an inverted-arch-shaped gesture sung by the strings in octaves. Presently a shimmering texture of arpeggios and woodwind double-tonguing takes over, inviting the cello to explore another melody before the harp rejoins the lush musical fabric. 

Twenty-six bars into the piece the Allegro commences. Now, as the harp makes an extended solo exploration of the melody presented earlier by the strings, a sonata form begins to take shape. A second, hemiola-ridden theme arrives in the woodwinds, accompanied pizzicato by the strings. The development of this material takes place in the usual fragmentary manner, building to an excited fff climax that breaks away abruptly as the harp assumes center stage with a cadenza. The recapitulation is quite straightforward, and the work ends without extensive fireworks or bombast of any kind. The Introduction and Allegro was first performed in late February 1907. [allmusic.com]

Art by Jean-Léon Gérôme

 

Charles Gounod – Petite Symphonie



Charles Gounod – Petite Symphonie, for flute, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 french horns and 2 bassons.
Adagio. Allegretto.
Andante cantabile.
Scherzo.
Finale.

Collegium Musicum, Copenhagen:
Toke Lund Christiansen, flute.
Bjørn Carl Nielsen, Gert Herzberg, oboe.
Niels Thomsen, Jørgen Misser Jensen, clarinet.
Søren Elbo, Klaus Tônshoff, basset horn.
Per McClelland Jacobsen, Leif Lind, Henning Hansen, Kjeld Rud Pedersen, french horn.
Asger Svendsen, Klaus Fredriksen, bassoon.
Frederikke Svendsen, double basson.
Michael Schønwandt, conductor.

 

Franz Danzi – Sinfonia Concertante for Flute, Clarinet, Orchestra Op.41 (1st. movt.)



Flute: Anton Dvizov Clarinet: Sergey Dereza
Conductor: Valery Chlebnikov
Orchestre symphonique de Volgograd Russia 12.04.2009