p21053
Wydawnictwo: P21
Nr katalogowy: P 21053
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2015
EAN: 3760051450595
50,00zł
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, klasycyzm
Obszar (język): francuski, niemiecki, szwedzki
Instrumenty: klarnet, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata

Brahms / Saint-Saens / Crusell: Works for Clarinet & Piano

P21 - P 21053
Wykonawcy
Katrin Hagen, clarinet
Cyprien Katsaris, piano
Brahms:
Clarinet Sonata in F minor, op. 120 no. 1

Saint-Saens:
Clarinet Sonata in E flat major, op. 167

Crusell:
Clarinet Concerto no. 3 in B flat major, op. 11
In this recording, Cyprien Katsaris presents the young German-Luxembourgish clarinettist Katrin Hagen. In 1891, Johannes Brahms was so moved, hearing the clarinettist Richard Mühlfeld in Meiningen playing the Mozart and Weber concertos, that he decided to compose a trio and a quintet with strings for this instrument, followed in 1894 by his two Sonatas for Clarinet (or Viola) and Piano, op. 120; they were to be his last instrumental works. Brahms had truly been beguiled by the clarinet, and it may come as no surprise to learn that he composed these four pieces for “Fräulein Klarinette”. This CD features the lyrical yet intimate Sonata in F minor, op. 120 no. 1.

Just like Brahms in the evening of his life, Camille Saint-Saëns wrote his Sonata for Clarinet, op. 167 just a few months prior to his death. His writing for the piano had become spare for some years past with the consequence that it is not any longer virtuoso. This Sonata, dedicated to Auguste Périer, professor at the Conservatoire and soloist in the Opéra Comique Orchestra, makes wondrous use of every last resource of the clarinet.

A virtuoso musician who helped popularise the works of Mozart and Beethoven, the Finnish clarinettist Bernhard Henrik Crusell composed a host of chamber works, chiefly for the clarinet. His seven concertante works include three clarinet concertos. Concerto no. 3 in B flat major, op. 11 (1807?) starts with two movements similar in style to Weber and Mozart, while the third movement Alla Polacca is a distinct nod towards the finale Rondo alla Polacca of Beethoven’s Triple Concerto

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