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Chamber Music, page 198

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W. A. Mozart - RESURRECTION OF MOZART

W. A. Mozart - RESURRECTION OF MOZART
ID: ERP7614
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

Recorded live in Klaipeda Concert Hall on October 30th 2013

Paul Badura-Skoda , piano II. (5 - 7), piano solo (8)
Rostislav Krimer, piano I. (5 - 7)
Klaipeda Chamber Orchestra - Mindaugas Bačkus, artistic director
Wind group of Liepaja Symphony Amber Sound Orchestra - Andres Mustonen, conductor
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Dutch Violin Sonatas - Bob van der Ent, violin - Rene Rakier, piano

Dutch Violin Sonatas - Bob van der Ent, violin - Rene Rakier, piano
ID: ACDBO061-2
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Violin

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L.van Beethoven Flute Sonatas - Raymond Honing

L.van Beethoven Flute Sonatas - Raymond Honing
ID: ACDBN092-2
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Flute



The Franco-Dutch flutist and conductor Louis Drouet (1792-1873) was one of the great soloists of his day. Born in Amsterdam, he began his career at the court of Louis Bonaparte, then king of Holland. The King was so impressed with the 15-year-old flutist that he presented him with a crystal flute by the famous Parisian maker Claude Laurent, a flute which today belongs to the permanent collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Drouet was later appointed to the court of Napoleon in Paris. Drouet quickly developed an international solo career, performing in much of Europe and even in the United States. With his friend, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, he made concert tours to London and Paris in 1828 and 1829.

The rich depth of Beethoven‘s music is truly a gift for life, since, just as with the sonatas of Bach, there is always something new left to discover. Each interaction with Beethoven‘s music reveals a new part of his musical imagination.

As it should. Never a dull moment with Beethoven!
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The Vondelquartet - plays Paulus Folkertsma

The Vondelquartet - plays Paulus Folkertsma
ID: ACDBL073-2
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Quartet

Composer Paulus Folkertsma plays an important role in the musical history of Fryslân (province of the Netherlands). He was born on January 15, 1901 in Wommels. Five years later, the family moved to Berlikum, where young Paulus got his first violin lessons from master Groenewold, the local teacher. When at age 14 Paulus went to the Maastricht College of Education for teachers, music became ever more important to him. This is where he wrote his first compositions. After temporary appointments in Leeuwarden and Sondel, he became a school teacher at the public primary school in Aldeboarn, where he worked for over 40 years. In 1956 he married Viennese Helga Khek; they had four children. Paulus Folkertsma passed away on May 4, 1972 in Aldeboarn.
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Métamorphoses - Haydn - Ligeti - Brahms - Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam

Métamorphoses - Haydn - Ligeti - Brahms - Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
ID: RES10150
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Quartet

Dudok Kwartet
Prize-winning Amsterdam-based string quartet, the Dudok Kwartet, make their recording debut here with an enthralling and eclectic programme of works by Joseph Haydn, György Ligeti and Johannes Brahms. Recipients of the prestigious 2014 Kersjes Prize for an exceptional Dutch chamber ensemble the quartet have a rapidly growing reputation as one of the most promising young European strings quartets.

Exploring the theme of metamorphoses in the music of the three composers represented here, these exquisite performances feature music from the entire spectrum of the quartet repertoire, from fresh interpretations of Haydn's C major quartet from his Op. 54 to the technical limits explored in Ligeti's first string quartet, Métamorphoses nocturnes, and the quartet's own effective arrangements of Brahms piano intermezzi.
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Lennox Berkeley - Chamber Works - Berkeley Ensemble

Lennox Berkeley - Chamber Works - Berkeley Ensemble
ID: RES10149
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Ensemble

Berkeley Ensemble
Following their acclaimed debut recording (Clarion Call - RES10127), the Berkeley Ensemble returns with a programme of chamber works by the British composer Lennox Berkeley, one of the two composers (father and son) after whom the group gets its name.

Featuring a number of world premiere recordings, the ensemble presents a selection of works that covers most of Berkeley’s creative life from the early Francophile clarinet Sonatine written in Paris while a student of Nadia Boulanger to the inventive Introduction and Allegro for double bass and piano. Also featured are the Three solo pieces for viola and the large scale String Trio Op. 19 and Sextet, Op. 47 for clarinet, horn and string quartet, and the emotive miniature In Memoriam Igor Stravinsky.
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Journey to Aldeburgh - Young Britten - Chamber Domaine - Thomas Kemp

Journey to Aldeburgh - Young Britten - Chamber Domaine - Thomas Kemp
ID: RES10139
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Violin and Ensemble

Chamber Domaine & Thomas Kemp (conductor & violin)
Acclaimed ensemble Chamber Domaine with their director Thomas Kemp return to the Resonus label with an exciting programme of early works by Benjamin Britten, including four significant world premieres.

Entitled Journey to Aldeburgh, Chamber Domaine explores works written while Britten was a student at London's Royal College of Music culminating with the Suite for Violin and Pianoforte, Op. 6 and Britten's arrangement for the first Aldeburgh Festival of There is a Willow Grows Aslant a Brook composed by his teacher Frank Bridge, and heard on disc here for the first time. Further world premieres include the substantial Introduction and Allegro for piano trio, The Moon for violin and piano and Allegro for solo piano.

Britten's Opus 1, the Sinfonietta - heard here in its rarely-played original version - completes the programme, offering a glimpse into the lesser-known early, and often English pastoral, output of this celebrated composer.
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Felix Mendelssohn - Piano Trios, Opp. 49 & 66 - Fournier Trio

Felix Mendelssohn - Piano Trios, Opp. 49 & 66 - Fournier Trio
ID: RES10161
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Trio

Fournier Trio - Sulki Yu (violin), Pei-Jee Ng (cello) & Chiao-Ying Chang (piano)

International award-winning young piano trio the Fournier Trio make their Resonus Classics debut with a fresh and exciting new recording of the late C minor (Op. 49) and D minor (Op. 66) piano trios by one of the most significant composers of chamber music in the nineteenth century, Felix Mendelssohn.

The Fournier Trio bring new life and vitality to these two trios, Mendelssohn’s only output in the genre, that arguably represent the very pinnacle of his select chamber output.
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Kodály - Dohnányi - Chamber Works for Strings - Simon Smith - Clare Hayes - Paul Silverthorne - Katherine Jenkinson

Kodály - Dohnányi - Chamber Works for Strings - Simon Smith - Clare Hayes - Paul Silverthorne - Katherine Jenkinson
ID: RES10181
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: String instruments

Simon Smith (violin), Clare Hayes (violin), Paul Silverthorne (viola) & Katherine Jenkinson ('cello)
Following on from his acclaimed Resonus debut of solo works by Bartók and Kurtág (Signs, Games & Messages - RES10167), virtuoso violinist Simon Smith returns to the label with an enticing programme of chamber works for strings by Zoltán Kodály and Ernő Dohnányi.

Joined by colleagues Clare Hayes (violin), Paul Silverthorne (viola) & Katherine Jenkinson (‘cello), Smith presents three seminal chamber works from the first half of the twentieth century, performed with considerable élan by this exceptional collaboration.
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Dudok Kwartet - Labyrinth - Mozart - Ligeti - Bach - Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam

Dudok Kwartet - Labyrinth - Mozart - Ligeti - Bach - Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam
ID: RES10180
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Quartet

Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam (Judith van Driel - violin 1, Marleen Wester - violin 2, Lotte de Vries - viola, David Faber - 'cello)
Following on from their critically acclaimed debut album (Métamorphoses: Haydn, Ligeti & Brahms), the Dudok Kwartet Amsterdam returns to the Resonus label with a compelling programme of works around the theme of counterpoint & labyrinth.

Alongside the first of Mozart’s ‘Haydn’ Quartets the group presents György Ligeti’s complex micropolyphonic second string quartet, while completing the album are musical puzzles in the form of canons by J.S. Bach.
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