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Wydawnictwo: Chandos
Nr katalogowy: CHSA 5348
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2023
EAN: 95115534823
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960, romantyzm
Obszar (język): czeski, francuski
Instrumenty: fagot, fortepian
Rodzaj: kwintet, sekstet

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Janacek / Martinu / Reicha: Echoes of Bohemia: Czech Music for Wind

Chandos - CHSA 5348
Wykonawcy
Peter Sparks, bass clarinet
Llinos Owen, bassoon
James Baillieu, piano
Orsino Ensemble:
Adam Walker flute
Nicholas Daniel, oboe
Matthew Hunt, clarinet
Amy Harman, bassoon
Alec Frank-Gemmill, horn
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
MusicWeb Recording of the Month
 
Leos Janacek:
Mládí
Pavel Haas:
Wind Quintet, Op. 10
Bohuslav Martinu:
Sextet for wind and piano in E flat major, H 174
Antoine Reicha:
Quintet for Wind Instruments in E flat major, Op. 88 No. 2
Following their début album, Belle Époque, the Orsino Ensemble turns its attention to music from Bohemia. There is a strong tradition of Czech wind playing, and hence a wealth of great repertoire on which to draw. Antoine Reicha was a contemporary (and friend) of Beethoven. His E flat Quintet, published in 1817, demonstrates his harmonic ingenuity and talent for idiomatic instrumental writing. Mládí, described by Janáček as ‘…a sort of memoir of youth’, was composed in 1924 in celebration of the composer’s own seventieth birthday, and the mood of the piece is optimistic throughout. Born in Brno, Pavel Haas studied at the city’s conservatory, under Janáček – indeed Haas is widely considered to be Janáček’s greatest pupil. Composed in 1929, the Wind Quintet typifies his quirky musical imagination and affinity for instrumental timbre. Bohuslav Martinů came from the small town of Polička, on the Czech-Moravian border, but received his early musical education in Prague, where he also played second violin in the Czech Philharmonic. A government scholarship enabled him to move to Paris in the early 1920s to study with Roussel. Martinů immersed himself in Parisian musical life, the works of Stravinsky and the Jazz scene proving two considerable influences on his own compositions. His Sextet for Wind and Piano is considered one of his most successful Jazz-inspired pieces and, although an early work, demonstrates the natural melodic style so typical of his later works.

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  • ABCD 523
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