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Piano and Clarinet

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Alfredo Perl / Ralph Manno: Johannes Brahms: Sonatas for Clarinet and Piano Op. 120 / 1&2

Alfredo Perl / Ralph Manno: Johannes Brahms: Sonatas for Clarinet and Piano Op. 120 / 1&2
ID: OC232
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Instrumental
Subcollection: Piano and Clarinet

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Beethoven: Trios for Piano, Clarinet and Cello Op. 11 & Op. 38 - Alfredo Perl / Guido Schiefen / Ralph Manno

Beethoven: Trios for Piano, Clarinet and Cello Op. 11 & Op. 38 - Alfredo Perl / Guido Schiefen / Ralph Manno
ID: OC244
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

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Julian Dawes - Chamber Works

Julian Dawes - Chamber Works
ID: CC5004
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

The chamber works on this CD by Julian Dawes give a representative sample of a compelling selection from his uniquely wide-ranging and varied output,the continuing traditional English style of Elgar, Vaughan Williams and Finzi but with its own individual voice and orchestral sound.

Amongst his 20th century English influences are the pastoralism and extended tonality of Herbert Howells, the richness of Walton, the elegant delicacy of Berkeley and the jazzy impetus of Rodney Bennett; wider European influences include the caustic irony of Shostakovich and Kurt Weil, and the rhythmic impetus of Prokofiev and Stravinsky. Yet Dawes welds from these influences an individual voice that is both distinctive and refreshing, displaying assured craftsmanship and characterful invention. (Malcolm Miller 2008)
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Brahms, Schumann - Sonatas for clarinet and piano - Valery & Marina Gorokholinsky

Brahms, Schumann - Sonatas for clarinet and piano - Valery & Marina Gorokholinsky
ID: CR020
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Clarinet

Recorded April 7-8, 2002 in Moscow Radio House

Valery Gorokholinsky (clarinet) was born in 1960 in Krivoy Rog (Ukraine). The winner of the first prize of All-Union competition of the wood wind players (Odessa, 1983). Educated at Central Music School of Moscow he has graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory in 1983. Since 1980 he has worked as a soloist of the State Symphony Orchestra of the Central Television and All-Union Radio under Maxim Shostakovich, State Symphony Orchestra of the Ministry of culture USSR under Gennady Rozhdestvensky and Russian National Symphony orchestra under Mikhail Pletnev. As the soloist he performed with leading symphony orchestras of Moscow, and also with the Viennese chamber orchestra "Symphonietta". Now he performs as a soloist and a chamber player.

Marina Gorokholinsky (piano). Educated at Central Music School of Moscow she has graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory in 1984. All this time she has studied with famous pianist and professor Victor Merzhanov. Now she performs as a chamber player and solo pianist. "Marina Gorokholinsky is a bright representative of Russian piano school. Her concert performances are always exceptional in artistic way and never leave the audience emotionally untouched. She possesses a smooth beautiful sound and deep sensitivity, which allows her to show in her performances all the uniqueness of the pieces of the composers of different styles." (Victor Merzhanov).
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Brahms, Bruch - Trio Opus 11

Brahms, Bruch - Trio Opus 11
ID: CR015
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano and Clarinet

Recorded October 17-18, 2000 in Small Hall of Moscow Conservatory

Valery Gorokholinsky (clarinet) was born in 1960 in Krivoy Rog (Ukraine). The winner of the first prize of All-Union competition of the wood wind players (Odessa, 1983). Educated at Central Music School of Moscow he has graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory in 1983. Since 1980 he has worked as a soloist of the State Symphony Orchestra of the Central Television and All-Union Radio under Maxim Shostakovich, State Symphony Orchestra of the Ministry of culture USSR under Gennady Rozhdestvensky and Russian National Symphony orchestra under Mikhail Pletnev. As the soloist he performed with leading symphony orchestras of Moscow, and also with the Viennese chamber orchestra "Symphonietta". Now he performs as a soloist and a chamber player.

Marina Gorokholinsky (piano). Educated at Central Music School of Moscow she has graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory in 1984. All this time she has studied with famous pianist and professor Victor Merzhanov. Now she performs as a chamber player and solo pianist. "Marina Gorokholinsky is a bright representative of Russian piano school. Her concert performances are always exceptional in artistic way and never leave the audience emotionally untouched. She possesses a smooth beautiful sound and deep sensitivity, which allows her to show in her performances all the uniqueness of the pieces of the composers of different styles." (Victor Merzhanov).

Mikhail Utkin (cello). 1952 - was born in Vilnius (Lithuania). 1959 - first music lessons at the Central Music School, Moscow. 1967 - First Prize, International Youth Competition of the Prague Radio. 1970 - student of the Moscow State Conservatory, cello class of Mstislav Rostropovich. 1972 - Second Prize at the International String Quartet Competition, Liege, Belgium. Solo concertizing in major cities of Russia and abroad. 1974 - admitted as soloist of Moscow Concerting Organization. 1975 - graduates from the Moscow State Conservatory (Degree-Diploma with Honors) and admitted in the post-graduate course, cello class of Kalianov. 1978 - solo concertizing in Germany. Concerto No. 2 by Shostakovich with Gewandhaus-Orchestra under Kurt Masur. 1986 - honorable title "Honored Artist of the Russia". 1990 - admitted as soloist of the Moscow State Philharmony. 1994 - honorable title "People's Artist of the Russia". 1996 - Award of the Moscow Government.
© Classical Records
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Time pieces - Valery and Marina Gorokholinsky - clarinet and piano

Time pieces - Valery and Marina Gorokholinsky - clarinet and piano
ID: CR023
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Clarinet

Alexey Gorokholinsky was born in 1984. He began formal training on the piano at age four, switching to the clarinet at age seven. From that time until the age of thirteen, he studied in the Special Central Music School in Moscow. His first clarinet teacher was Vladimir Sokolov with whom he has studied till 1999. In 1999 Alexey came to Idyllwild Arts Academy where he studied with Yehuda Gilad till 2003. In 2000 he has won the Jack Smith Award at the Pasadena Instrumental Competition. In 2001 he was the Runner Up (second prize) at Spotlight Competition. In 2003 he was accepted to Juilliard School in New York where he conti-nues his studies with professor Charles Neidich.

Marina Gorokholinsky. Educated at Central Music School of Moscow she has graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory in 1984. All this time she has studied with famous pianist and professor Victor Merzhanov. Now she performs as a chamber player and solo pianist. “Marina Gorokholinsky is a bright representative of Russian piano school. Her concert performances are always exceptional in artistic way and never leave the audience emotionally untouched. She possesses a smooth beautiful sound and deep sensitivity, which allows her to show in her performances all the uniqueness of the pieces of the composers of different styles.” (Victor Merzhanov).
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Nino Rota -Cello Concerto No.2 (1973), Concerto for strings (1977), Trio for clarinet, cello and piano

Nino Rota -Cello Concerto No.2 (1973), Concerto for strings (1977), Trio for clarinet, cello and piano
ID: CNT2043
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

64 bit recording
Booklet: Italiano / English

The rediscovery in recent years of the enormous catalogue of Nino Rota's music held by the Cini Foundation in Venice is perhaps finally inverting an inversely proportional trend between the composer's popularity as author of film music and as classical music composer. In fact, if on the one hand the happy, thirty-year-long artistic marriage between Federico Fellini and himself inevitably led to identifying the composer with the sound tracks of many twentieth century masterpieces of the "seventh art" (La Strada, La dolce vita, Amarcord, Prova d'orchestra only to name a few of his films with Fellini, but also: Rocco e i suoi fratelli by Luchino Visconti, The Godfather - which earned him an oscar - by Francis Ford Coppola, as well as many others) on the other hand we are beginning to rediscover an artist who fits perfectly (who better than he?) in the area circumscribed by those parameters which delimit "Italian excellence", a much discussed phenomenon today, if not always intentionally. Refined, gifted with the same ease for composing that Mozart had (at the age of eleven he wrote his first Oratorio), but at the same time aloof and ironic, with a melancholic and paradoxical outlook on mankind, Rota is for both musicologists and impassioned fans - as they gradually uncover some new masterpiece played in concert halls - a constant surprise. This recording presents his Concerto per violoncello with Enrico Bronzi, one of the greatest and most sensitive musicians of the new generation, playing the solo part and leading the excellent Musici di Parma also in the undisputedly neoclassic Concerto per Archi (presented here in the revised version from 1977). In the Trio con clarinetto of 1973, the magic sound of Alessandro Carbonare blends together with that of Bronzi and Miodini (who play together in the Trio di Parma).
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ESCAPE VELOCITY - Benjamin Wallfisch, composer

ESCAPE VELOCITY - Benjamin Wallfisch, composer
ID: QTZ2049
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano and Clarinet

Described by Humphrey Burton on BBC Radio 3 as "a major new name on the new music horizon", Benjamin Wallfisch's fast-growing list of large-scale orchestral, vocal and chamber works shows him to be a serious composer for our times. Over thirty works have been commissioned to date.
A 2005 commission from Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra was the genesis of the symphonic movement entitled Speed which displays the juxtaposing of extremes in Benjamin Wallfisch's language "great energy contrasted with slow-moving, long-breathed and yearning melody. His first String Quartet was composed for the Belcea in 2001, followed by a second for the Coull. His works outside the concert hall include a major ballet score entitled 21, commissioned by the Rambert Dance Company and premiered at London's Sadler's Wells, and a feature film score for Thomas Vinterberg's and Lars von Trier's Dear Wendy, nominated as "Discovery of the Year" in the 2005 World Soundtrack Awards. From his Opus 1, the luminous and glistening Sudden Light (commissioned by the Manchester Camerata), to his latest works including the stratospheric Escape Velocity, a piece which received its premiere the 2006 BBC Proms, there is a consistent, compelling integrity and a palpable, powerful personality.
He begins a new work by building a strong idea of its overall structure into which he feeds ideas and 'elements which all share the same DNA', and where everything, from the overall rhythmic impetus to the tiniest melodic cell, justifies its existence through its place in a complex network of interconnections. Characteristically, he places emotion at the core of the music, along with a clarity of message that must be communicable, and he taps into a rich and instinctive vein of melody which is both attractive and challenging. Ben's music is, by design, vivid and disciplined, passionate and intense.
He has also built an important parallel career as a conductor and believes that conducting, just like composition, is creative, working to achieve a clearly defined vision that must be communicated with respect and conviction.



Benjamin Wallfisch composer/conductor
Escape Velocity
Concertino
Spectra
Speed
Trio
Requiem
Impulse
Nocturne

Michael Collins, clarinet
Gould Piano Trio
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra
O Duo, marimbas
Orchestra of St John's
Jemima Phillips, harp
Trio Tagarela, recorders
York 2, piano duo
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Anton Kotikov - Journey to Orel

Anton Kotikov - Journey to Orel
ID: ART240
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Saxophone

Anton Kotikov - tenor-saxophone (1, 3, 4), beatbox (2, 8), flute (2, 8), clarinet (5, 7, 10), duduk (6, 11), piano (7)
Polina Zasorina - voice (1, 2, 5, 10)
Renat Gataulin - piano (1-4)
Egor Putilov - guitar (5, 10)

Special guests:
Evgeny Ryzhenok - clarinet (1)
Yury Bruevich - soprano-saxophone (5)
Jaak Sooaar - electric guitar (6)
Ilya Kotov - cello (9)
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A. BERG - O. MSSIAEN - Chamber Works

A. BERG - O. MSSIAEN - Chamber Works
ID: MELCD1002310
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Clarinet

Firma Melodiya presents a recording of chamber works by Alban Berg and Olivier Messiaen.

Four Pieces for Clarinet and Piano (1913) were created by Alban Berg, one of the pupils of Arnold Schoenberg, the founder of the Second Viennese School, in a period of an intense creative ascent, a year before he began to work on his opera Wozzeck.

Olivier Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time is arguably one of the most amazing pages of chamber music of the 20th century. It was composed during the composer’s stay in German prisoner-of-war camp where it was premiered in January of 1941. The epigraph to the entire work was inspired by text from the Book of Revelation:

“And I saw another mighty angel come down from heaven, clothed with a cloud: and a rainbow was upon his head, and his face was as it were the sun, and his feet as pillars of fire ... and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth .... And the angel which I saw stand upon the sea and upon the earth lifted up his hand to heaven, and sware by him that liveth for ever and ever ... that there should be time no longer: But in the days of the voice of the seventh angel, when he shall begin to sound, the mystery of God should be finished.”

The works were first performed in the former USSR for the first time in 1998 at the Gift to the Vine music festival in the Georgian city of Telavi. The festival was initiated by two outstanding Soviet musicians - cellist Natalia Gutman and violinist Oleg Kagan. The composer and pianist Vasily Lobanov and Swiss clarinetist, then a member of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Eduard Brunner, both recognized interpreters of contemporary music, were among the participants of the festival. A year later, the Quartet for the End of Time was performed by the same line-up in Moscow at Sviatoslav Richter’s December Evenings festival at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.

The featured recording was made at one of the last performances of Oleg Kagan who passed away prematurely in 1990.

(1-4) - Eduard Brunner, clarinet / Vasily Lobanov, piano
(5 - 12) - Oleg Kagan, violin / Eduard Brunner, clarinet / Natalia Gutman, cello / Vasily Lobanov, piano
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