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Wydawnictwo: Chandos
Nr katalogowy: CHAN 10576
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: styczeń 2010
EAN: 95115157626
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): francuski
Instrumenty: fortepian

Faure: Piano Quintets Nos 1 and 2

Chandos - CHAN 10576
Schubert Ensemble
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Diapason 5 Classic FM Editor's Choice
Utwory na płycie:
While still in his twenties, Cyril Scott was perceived as one of the pre-eminent avant-garde musicians of his

generation. He was championed by such luminaries as Henry Wood and Thomas Beecham and his advocacy of the latest techniques briefly gave him a wide acquaintance with some of the leading musicians of the day, including Ravel and Debussy. He became known as one of the ‘Frankfurt Gang’, that group of young composers who studied at the Hoch’sche Konservatorium and included such contemporaries as Roger Quilter, Norman O’Neill and Percy Grainger. After the First World War, however, he found himself increasingly at odds with the prevailing idioms of the day and became persona non grata with the musical establishment, which contributed to his lack of recognition as a serious composer in subsequent decades.

Scott wrote more than two dozen substantial chamber works and although some of his early chamber music has been revived from time to time, with the exception of the Clarinet Quintet this selection receives its premiere recording.

The earliest work on the programme is Piano Trio No. 1 of 1920, but the disc significantly celebrates the chamber music composed after the Second World War, exemplifying Scott’s late style. The second Piano Trio dates from 1951 as does the one-movement Clarinet Quintet, inspired by the playing of Gervase de Payer who gave its first performance. The largest work, the Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano, is in three movements including a beautiful Intermezzo labelled Adagio espressivo.

The Gould Piano Trio is joined by Mia Cooper and David Adams, and by the clarinettist Robert Plane, recognized for his ‘outstanding musicianship’ (The Musical Times).


“An almost forgotten composer of great talent; eminently worth of attention.” “…The sound on this release is very good, the playing equally so. If you do not know Cyril Scott, you will have a good time with the release.” ****

Steven Ritter

Audiophile Audition - 5 May 2010

Repertoire ***** Sound ***** Interpretation ****

Marco Frei

Ensemble Magazine (Germany) - April/May 2010

“… The excellent Gould Trio are the stalwarts of this enjoyable disc.”

Performance ***** Recording ****

Calum MacDonald

BBC Music Magazine - March 2010

“Chandos continues to fly the flag for neglected 20th-century British music with this excellently played selection of Cyril Scott’s Chamber music, a logical and worthwhile follow-up to the discs of his symphonies and concertos…”


Andrew Clements

The Guardian - 5 February 2010

“… …now we have his [Scott’s] Piano trios played by the Gould Piano Trio, Robert Plane joins for the Clarinet Quintet, plus Mia Cooper and David Adams, giving a fine survey of how Scott’s music, while always romantic, became increasingly exotic as he became concerned with the mystical, Chandos releases this attractive music.”

Peter Spaull

Liverpool Daily Post - 15 January 2010

“…Throughout this disc, the playing of the Gould Piano Trio is highly impressive. They end the CD with a delightful short encore piece for piano trio…”

Peter Marchbank

International Record Review - January 2010

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