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Wydawnictwo: JB Records
Nr katalogowy: JBR 008-2
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2014
38,00zł
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): hiszpański (Argentyna), czeski, angielski (USA)
Instrumenty: klarnet
Rodzaj: kwartet, kwintet, koncert

Kukal / Piazzolla / Morricone: Jan Jakub Bokun & Slovak Quartet

JB Records - JBR 008-2
Wykonawcy
Jan Jakub Bokun-clarinet / Slovak Quartet:
Juraj Tomka -1 violin
Eduard Pingitzer- 2 violin (1-5,10-11)
Július Šoška-viola
Martin Ťažký-cello
Anton Jaro ml.- double bass (1,10-11)
Ondřej Kukal (b.1964):
Clarinettino

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791):
Clarinet Quintet in A major KV 581

Rezső Kókai (1906-1962):
Quartettino

Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992), arr.G.Senanes:
Concierto para quinteto

Ennio (b.1928) & Andrea (b.1964) Morricone, arr.M.Mruz & J.Zwarycz:
Cinema Paradiso
...Dokładna w szczegółach gra Jakuba Bokuna, pełna świadomej wirtuozerii i precyzyjna we wszystkich aspektach artykulacji i intonacji, doskonale łączy się ze spójnie brzmiącym Slovak Quartet, który wiernie kontynuuje tradycję wykonawczą dawnego zespołu (1957-1987)...

Ewa Skardowska, Twoja Muza

…In this, his most recent CD recording, Mr. Bokun displays a breadth of style and musical artistry. Clarinettino (1990) by Ondřej Kukal (b.1964) is a beautifully-crafted work, enjoyable to hear, with definite dance influences. Skillfully played, Bokun’s warm, rich, even tone and articulation are on high display. Especially noteworthy is Mr. Bokun’s mastery of the extreme altissimo. Balance and blend within the group is well-conceived…I really like the energy infused by this performance. It is probably as much fun to play as it is to hear. Clarinettino should definitely be considered when programing for this type of ensemble…

The Mozart Clarinet Quintet , K. 581 is a hallmark in our repertoire. This is a beautiful rendition. Tempi are consistent with the style of the period; proper ornamentation is tastefully applied. The ensemble works well together, and Mr. Bokun understands the direction and shape of each phrase. Not overdone, simply stated, shadings and colors of tone dominate the “Adagio.” The “Menuetto” has a wonderful light flavor; perfect for this movement. I especially like the style of the “Allegretto con variazioni.“ Wonderfully light, the ensemble demonstrates an elegance befitting Mozart…

I am impressed with the musicianship and breadth of style that Jan Jakub Bokun has displayed on this recording. A beautiful collection of varied music, this CD should be in every clarinet enthusiast’s collection

Raphael Sanders, The Clarinet



…The beautiful sound of strings (especially of the first violin), in good communication among parts, is impressive in Mozart’s – clarinet as well, whose beautiful timbre combined with nobly-moderated expression renders the gramour of this impression. The second movement of the same quintet is especially nice thanks to stable playing of clarinettist among moist tones of four strings – that is the source of silky velvet-like emotion on this playing. On the other hand, the vivid though sophisticated quartet by Kukal (Clarinettino) deplores in its central movement the real tranquillity (one would dare to mention “nocturne”), where the clarinet goes on in quiet, murmuring pianissimo. (…)



Akira Takahashi, Record Geijutsu

Zobacz także:

  • RCD 1080
  • GEN 22763
  • HC 22036
  • CRC 3636
  • RK 4101
  • CDA 68357
  • AV 2455