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Chamber Music, page 89

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Bruch - Busoni - Strauss - Violin Concertos - Turban - Bamberger Symphoniker - Shambadal

Bruch - Busoni - Strauss - Violin Concertos - Turban - Bamberger Symphoniker - Shambadal
ID: CLAVES509318
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Orchestra

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Mozart - Beethoven - Till Fellner - OCL - Segal - Clara Hasklin

Mozart - Beethoven - Till Fellner - OCL - Segal - Clara Hasklin
ID: CLAVES509328
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Piano

XVth Clara Haskil Competetion
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Brahms - The Three String Quartets - Quartet Sine Nomine

Brahms - The Three String Quartets - Quartet Sine Nomine
ID: CLAVES509404-5
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Quartet

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Paganini - Violin Concertos Nos.5 & 2 - Dubach - Monte Carlo - Foster

Paganini - Violin Concertos Nos.5 & 2 - Dubach - Monte Carlo - Foster
ID: CLAVES509408
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Orchestra

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Miniatures For Flute and Guitar - P.-L. Graf, flute - K. Ragossnig guitar

Miniatures For Flute and Guitar - P.-L. Graf, flute - K. Ragossnig guitar
ID: CLAVES502013
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Flute

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The Borodin Quartet. Beethoven. String Quartets

The Borodin Quartet. Beethoven. String Quartets
ID: MKM272
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subcollection: Quartet

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Mozart - The Oboe in Mozart Chamber Music

Mozart - The Oboe in Mozart Chamber Music
ID: CC2007
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Oboe

The CD booklet contains a 2,000-word essay by Diana Ambache on the music in the CD in English, Italian and German. The photos include more from the K452 recording session and two entries from Mozart's Catalogue written in his own hand.

Human feeling is always at the centre of Mozart's music, and the collection of oboe works here illustrates this with colour and variety. As ever, Mozart excpresses everything from exuberant joy to deep melancholy, with a profound understanding of the expression of emotion. His paradoxes intrigue us; his humour entertains us; he seduces us with his beauty -and the oboe is an excellent vehicle for all this. The five works on the CD include three originally written for the oboe and two fine adaptations.

The year 1781 was an eventful one for Mozart. As well as having the première of 'Idomineo' on his 25th birthday, he also wrote the Oboe Quartet and Sonata featured here, as well as the Concerto for Two Pianos, K365. In May he had the now famous row with his patron Archbishop Collerado, which resulted in his move to Vienna and a new life as a freelance musician.
© 2003 Diana Ambache

Jeremy Polmear (oboe, cor anglais), the founder of Oboe Classics, is a freelance musician who has performed as a guest player with a number of London's chamber and ballet orchestras including the City of London Sinfonia, the London Mozart Players, Lontano, English National Ballet and The Ambache. He was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, and after a Science degree at Cambridge University he spent some time with IBM before turning to music as a career.


AMBACHE CHAMBER ENSEMBLE

Sophie Langdon (violin) is a professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and leader of the Fourth Dimension String Quartet. She has played concertos with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, among others.

Martin Outram (viola) is a member of the celebrated Maggini String Quartet and a Professor of the Royal Academy of Music. He has given important broadcast premières of works for solo viola by Benjamin Britten and Peter Maxwell-Davis.
Susan Dorey (cello) is principal cello with the City of London Sinfonia, and a member of the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Previously she played with Trio Zingara and Kent Opera.

Helen Keen (flute) is a founder member of the Endymion Ensemble, and a member of the London Mozart Players and the Orchestra of St John's. She plays frequently as guest principal flute with the London Sinfonietta, and the RPO and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

Joan Enric Lluna (clarinet) has recorded the Mozart Clarinet Concerto with the English Chamber Orchestra and other European Orchestras. He has performed at Festivals in Bath, London, Paris and Perth.

Brian Sewell (bassoon) played for 30 years as Principal Bassoon of the Orchestra of St John's. He has performed on over 250 recordings with all the major London symphony, chamber and period orchestras. He is also a founder member of the Professional Speakers Association.

Susan Dent (horn) specialises in all types of early horns. She is principal horn of the Orchestra Revolutionnaire et Romantique and the English Baroque Soloists. Outside period performance, Susan plays in the Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields and the Endymion Ensemble.
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Marc André - durch..zu..in..als..II

Marc André - durch..zu..in..als..II
ID: KAI0012732
CDs: 1
Type: SACD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Chamber Ensemble

Trio Accanto: Ch.Dierstein, percussion / M. Weiss, saxophone / Y. Sugawara, piano

It takes nothing more than a look at the scores to understand that the familiar system of coordinates comprised of pitch and duration describes only a small part of the space in which the music of Mark Andre moves and has its being.

Includes booklet with text by Helmut Lachenmann and Martina Seeber
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Generations - piano and cello - (Igor, Arseny, and Alexandra Kotlyarevsky)

Generations - piano and cello - (Igor, Arseny, and Alexandra Kotlyarevsky)
ID: CR108
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

CD 1 -1-6, CD2 - 1-7: Igor Kotlyarevsky piano
CD 1 - 6, CD 2 - 1,2: Arseny Kotlyarevsky cello
CD 2 - 8: Alexandra Kotlyarevskaya piano

Igor Kotlyarevsky was born in Kharkov in 1953. In 1960, he entered Kharkov Special Music School where he studied with Faina Joffe and Victoria Krichevskaya. In 1968-70, Mr. Kotlyarevsky studied with Vsevolod Topilin. He graduated in 1971 and entered Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, where he was a student of professors Bella Davidovich and Sergei Dorensky. He graduated with honor in 1976.

At that time, Alexander Egorov, an assistant to professor Konstantin Igumnov, also had an important impact on Igor Kotlyarevsky’s development. Their friendship lasted until Mr. Egorov's death in 1991.

He started his concert activities as a child; since then, Mr. Kotlyarevsky has given solo concerts and recitals both in Russia and abroad (France, USA, Japan, Germany, Korea). He combines his solo concert activities with performances in various chamber ensembles, also appearing as an accompanist. He has given a great number of concerts together with such instrumental performers and singers as Irina Arkhipova, Olga Borodina, Natalia Erasova, Taemi Kohawa, Anastasia Chebotareva, Dmitry Khvorostovsky, Elena Revich, Mikhail Gotsdiner, Alexander Brusilovsky, Vladimir Chernov, and others.

He's a prizewinner of several international piano competitions. He works at the Moscow Tchaikovsky State Conservatory since 1978. In 1991, he became a professor. Many of his students are prizewinners of the international competitions; they are successful performers and teachers.

He regularly gives master-classes at different colleges and high schools of music in Russia, Germany, Japan, Korea. His solo repertoire includes works by Chopin, Schumann, Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Liszt, Medtner and other romantic composers.

Arseni Kotlyarevsky (cello) was born in Moscow in 1995. In 2004, he graduated with honors from Special Music School under Gnessin College, where he studied with Tatiana Prokhorova and Vera Birina. Since 2004, he has been a student of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory (in the class of professor Natalia Gutman).

Arseni Kotlyarevsky gives a lot of concerts in Russia and abroad (in Japan, Netherlands, Germany and other countries). He played in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory as well as Maly and Rachmaninov Halsl. In 2007, he appeared in the concert dedicated to the 80th anniversary of Mstislav Rostropovich in the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. He was a premiere performer of many contemporary compositions, among them - works by Boris Frankstein, Dinara Gabitova, Olesia Rostovskaya, Maurizio Kagel, and Vladimir Genin (a premiere performance of his vocal cycle Last moments on 29 International festival of contemporary music Moscow Autumn - 2007). In the same year, Arseni recorded this work on a CD. He is the prize-winner of International Competition in Togliatti (2002), Beethoven Days in Moscow festival (2003), Home-coming festival (Moscow, 2004).

Alexandra Kotlyarevskaya (piano) was born in 1987 in Moscow; she graduated cum laude from Gnessin Special music school. Since 2005, she has been a student of the Gnessin Academy in Moscow (with Professor Vera Nosina). She is the winner of Musical Interpretation and Pedagogics International Competition (Madeira, Portugal, 2007), Beethoven Days in Moscow festival (2003), Home-coming festival (Moscow, 2004). Alexandra gives many concerts, frequently touring about Russia and abroad.
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Victor Fedotov, Polina Fedotova. Tchaikovsky.

Victor Fedotov, Polina Fedotova. Tchaikovsky.
ID: CR119
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Collection: Chamber Music
Subcollection: Piano

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