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KLARINETTENKONZERTE - FRIEDLI - ANGERER - PLEYEL - MOLTER - MERCADANTE

KLARINETTENKONZERTE - FRIEDLI - ANGERER - PLEYEL - MOLTER - MERCADANTE
ID: CLAVES500813
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Clarinet

The hallmark of the South-west German Chamber Orchestra Pforzheim (Südwestdeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim) is its fresh and gripping musical approach and stylistic diversity from early to contemporary music. The ensemble consists of fourteen musicians of seven different nationalities and is one of the few full-time chamber orchestras in Europe. This allows for exceptional richness and flexibility of sound, which is maintained even when the Orchestra is enlarged with further wind or string players. The ensemble was founded in 1950 by Paul Hindemith's former student Friedrich Tilegant. Soon the ensemble won international recognition: One talked of the "Tilegant-sound", which could not only be heard at the festivals in Salzburg, Lucerne and Leipzig as well as on world-wide tours, but which was also documented on numerous recordings. Maurice André, Dietrich Fischer-Diskau, Frans Brüggen and Yehudi Menuhin are only a few of the celebrity names who have worked with the Orchestra. After the Tilegant-era, which ended far too early after the premature death of its founder in 1968, the Orchestra was moulded by the Viennese Paul Angerer (1971-1981) and Vladislav Czarnecki (1986-2002), who came from the Czech music tradition. Since the beginning of the 2002-03 season, the young German conductor Sebastian Tewinkel, winner of several international competitions, has been the new Music Director. On its road to success the South-west German Chamber Orchestra has made numerous broadcasts for almost all European radio stations and released nearly 250 records and CDs, many of which were awarded international prizes (Grand Prix du Disque, Monteverdi Prize, Prox Artur Honegger). Several premiere performances (Jean Françaix, Harald Genzmer, Enjott Schneider) prove its competence in contemporary music. Currently the Chamber Orchestra plays together with renowned soloists such as Gidon Kremer, Rudolf Buchbinder, Christian Tetzlaff, Sabine Meyer, Frank Peter Zimmermann, Mischa Maisky and Anatol Ugorski. Together with them - but also with up-and-coming young musicians - the Orchestra has been invited to perform in all European countries as well as in the USA and Japan. Ideas for new programmes beyond the traditional subscription concerts extend the ensemble's profile. In 2001, the South-west German Chamber Orchestra toured Europe's great concert halls with Giora Feidman and Facundo Ramirez, playing Klezmer and Argentinian folklore (Misa Criolla), and the ensemble continues to tread new paths with American violinist Monique Mead to win young audiences for classical music ("Classic for Kids"). The Orchestra recently recorded a newly composed score which was mixed with original soundtracks of the Comedian Harmonists and performs other projects of chamber opera, dance (Flamenco with Nina Corti) and marionette theatre.
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Basque Music Collection Vol. XIII: Valentín Zubiaurre

Basque Music Collection Vol. XIII: Valentín Zubiaurre
ID: CLAVES501012
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Cello

The adventure started over ten years ago. With one recording a year, we are now, in 2010, up to the 13th volume of the Basque music collection, begun by Marguerite Dütschler-Huber, founder of Claves Records, and which the new management is very keen to pursue. This last opus is dedicated to the composer Valentín Zubiaurre (1837-1914), whom we shall discover with the Orchestre National Basque and Juan José Ocón through his only symphonic opus - the Symphony in E Major dated 1870 - two opera preludes (he wrote three in total) and a page called “Ecos de Oiz”. As soloist: cellist Roman Jablonski. Zubiaurre started music as a chorister in Bilbao. In 1852 he left for South America where he visited various countries and taught music. He came back to Spain in 1866 and won the Concours National de Musique in 1869 with his opera Don Fernando el Emplazado. Thanks to a grant from the Académie des Beaux Arts he visited France, Italy and Germany in 1873 and became Second Kapellmeister of the Capella Real two years later; he became First Kapellmeister in 1878, all the while developing his teaching activities at the Madrid Conservatory.

1 - 6 Basque National Orchestra
7 - Basque National Orchestra & Roman Jablonski
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STANFORD - Piano Concerto, Variations - Finghin Collins - Irish National Orchestra - Montgomery

STANFORD - Piano Concerto, Variations - Finghin Collins - Irish National Orchestra - Montgomery
ID: CLAVES501101
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Piano

Do you know Charles Villiers Stanford? If not, here is a wonderful opportunity to fill this gap: Irish pianist Finghin Collins (author of several Claves albums, among which volumes 1 and 3 of the Schumann collection) and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra co-sign with the Swiss label a magnificent recording completely dedicated to this …. Irish composer! Son of a protestant lawyer, Stanford went to Queen's College in Cambridge and Trinity College, Dublin, then left for Leipzig to study with Reinecke and Kiel. Most of his life and work were associated with Cambridge, where he was a prominent actor of the University Music Society, and with London's Royal College of Music, where he taught composition right from the opening of the establishment in 1883. He is to be thanked for the first English auditions of numerous Romantic masterpieces - such as Brahms' First Symphony in 1877 - and for highly original symphonic arrangements of Hymns for the Anglican liturgy. Among his own productions, « The Revenge » - a choral ballad written for the Leeds Festival - remained an absolute favourite with British choirs for many years. Featured on Finghin Collins's CD, his 2nd Piano Concerto also dates from the 1910 Leeds Festival, where Sergei Rachmaninov interpreted his 2nd Concerto himself. The work is dedicated to Ukranian pianist Moritz Rosenthal. The Concert Variations upon an English Theme "Down Among the Dead Men", on the other hand, date from 1898 and were written for Leonard Borwick, an English pianist and former pupil of Clara Schumann.
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Clara Haskil - OSR - Ernest Ansermet - Schumann - Beethoven

Clara Haskil - OSR - Ernest Ansermet - Schumann - Beethoven
ID: CLAVES502408
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Piano

Is it even necessary to introduce Clara Haskil? Sublime pianist, perhaps too often reduced to the role of an interpreter of Mozart, she now discloses a new side of her art for Claves, a side that already has received much attention in recordings: her collaboration with conductor Ernest Ansermet and his orchestra, the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande; two live recordings made by Radio Suisse Romande during the last years of her life. On the program: Schumann’s Concerto in A Minor, recorded at Victoria Hall in Geneva in 1956, and Beethoven’s Concerto No. 3, which is immortalized here in a recording from the Septembre Musical in Montreux in 1960, less than four months before the pianist’s tragic death in Brussels. These are moving testimonies of her art that provide witness to the immense subtlety of her playing, fragile and irresistibly incandescent. And for Claves Records, which was taken over by the Clara Haskil Foundation, it is the opportunity to pay homage to its new “patron saint”.
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Christian Ferras, violin - OSR - Ernest Ansermet - Berg, Stravinsky

Christian Ferras, violin - OSR - Ernest Ansermet - Berg, Stravinsky
ID: CLAVES502516
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Violin

Tracks:
1 - 2 Recorded live at Victoria Hall in Geneva, 3 April 1957
3 - 6 Recorded live at Victoria Hall in Geneva, 5 October 1966
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M. Voskresensky, piano - L. van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, Piano sonatas No, 1, 14 "Moonlight", 17, 23 "Appassionata"

M. Voskresensky, piano  - L. van Beethoven - Piano Concerto No. 5, Piano sonatas No, 1, 14 "Moonlight", 17, 23 "Appassionata"
ID: CR148
CDs: 2
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Piano

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Franz Liszt: The Two Piano Concertos / Tottentanz

Franz Liszt: The Two Piano Concertos / Tottentanz
ID: CLAVES502707
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Piano

Following violinist Liviu Prunaru, baritone Herman Wallén and harpist Emmanuel Ceysson, German pianist Joseph Moog was selected from a group of young pianists present at the Sommets Musicaux Festival 2006 in Gstaad/Switzerland to make a recording with orchestra financed by the principal sponsor of the event, the Edmond de Rothschild Private Bank. The young pianist chose Franz Liszt for this first “large-scale” recording endeavor: the two famous piano concertos and the equally famous Danse macabre, works that he enthusiastically embraced with the ardor of youth. As with Emmanuel Ceysson, the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie RheinlandPfalz and its artistic director Ari Rasilainen were selected to accompany the young musician. This recording represents a fitting homage to the founder of Claves Records, Marguerite Dütschler-Huber, who passed away only three months after having heard and been astonished by Joseph Moog’s talent.
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Alexandra Soumm - Bruch - Paganini - Violin Concertos No. 1: virtuoso debut with orchestra

Alexandra Soumm - Bruch - Paganini - Violin Concertos No. 1: virtuoso debut with orchestra
ID: CLAVES502808
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Violin

Like violinist Liviu Prunaru, singer Herman Wallén, harpist Emmanuel Ceysson and pianist Joseph Moog before her, French violinist Alexandra Soumm was selected from a group of young soloists present at the Sommets Musicaux Festival in Gstaad in 2007 to make a recording with orchestra financed by the principal sponsor, Edmond de Rothschild Private Bank. A student of the great Boris Kuschnir and already well-established in an international career, this brilliant artist (not yet twenty - she will celebrate this birthday in 2009) chose two virtuoso concertos from the 19th century for her first major recording: Niccolò Paganini’s First Violin Concerto and Max Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1. An extremely auspicious visiting card, the recording was made with the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz under the direction of Austrian conductor Georg Mark. It is also a fitting homage to the founder of Claves Records, Marguerite Dütschler-Huber, who also initiated this adventure, which since her death in June 2006 bears the name “Prix Marguerite Dütschler”.
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Basque Music Collection Vol. XII - B. Pagola - Basque National Orchestra - Gimeno

Basque Music Collection Vol. XII - B. Pagola - Basque National Orchestra - Gimeno
ID: CLAVES502906
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: Orchestral WorksSubkolektion: Orchester

The adventure started over ten years ago. With one recording a year, we are now, in 2009, up to the 12th volume of the Basque music collection, begun by Marguerite Dütschler-Huber, the founder of Claves Records, which the new management is very keen to pursue. This last opus is dedicated to the composer, pianist and teacher Beltrán Pagola (1878-1950), who was, notably, professor at the San Sebastián Conservatory of two other musicians whom this collection has already honoured: José María Usandizaga (CD 50-9814) and Francisco Escudero (CD 50-2110/11). Pagola left an indelible mark on the Basque institution, where he spent almost half a century. He gave it a Symphony Orchestra and wrote a Traité pratique d’harmonie (Practical Harmony Treatise), which is still a reference today. In this album, the National Basque Orchestra, conducted by Rubén Gimeno, proposes a range of works spanning about thirty years of creative activity. From the 1918 Allegro Appassionato orchestrated by Escudero (who took over his composition class in 1848) to the surprising 1947 iDonosti!, caprice humoristique, we discover music that is both true to its period and irresistibly attached to the Basque tradition.
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Mozart - Concertos For Horn and Orchestra - Bruno Schneider, horn - OCPV - Giuranna

Mozart - Concertos For Horn and Orchestra - Bruno Schneider, horn - OCPV - Giuranna
ID: CLAVES509121
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Horn

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