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+Klarinettenquintett op. 34;Concertino für Klarinette & Orchestra op. 26

Tonformat: stereo & multichannel (Hybrid)
  • Künstler: Martin Fröst, Tapiola Sinfonietta, Jean-Jacques Kantorow
  • Label: BIS, DDD, 2005
  • Bestellnummer: 7402614
  • Erscheinungstermin: 18.10.2006

Konzert für Klarinette und Orchester Nr. 1 f-moll op. 73

  1. 1 1. Allegro Start
  2. 2 2. Adagio ma non troppo Start
  3. 3 3. Rondo: Allegretto Start

Quintett für Klarinette und Streichquartett B-Dur op. 34

  1. 4 1. Allegro Start
  2. 5 2. Fantasia: Adagio ma non troppo Start
  3. 6 3. Menuetto: Capriccio presto Start
  4. 7 4. Rondo: Allegro giocoso Start

Konzert für Klarinette und Orchester Nr. 2 Es-Dur op. 74

  1. 8 1. Allegro Start
  2. 9 2. Romanza: Andante Start
  3. 10 3. Alla polacca Start
  1. 11 Concertino Es-Dur op. 26 (für Klarinette und Orchester) Start

Produktinfo

Like Mozart with Anton Stadler and later Brahms with his Richard Mühlfeld, Carl Maria von Weber could also call upon an exceptional clarinettist: Heinrich Baermann, who inspired all of the works on this disc. Although they were written before Weber had composed Der Freischütz, the opera which made him an instant star of early Romantic music, they are now among his most played works. The Concertino and the two Concertos were all composed in 1811, almost in a frenzy that testifies to the inspiration Weber must have experienced when first hearing Baermann. It’s also audible in the music which showcases the instrument’s technical capabilities and displays its richness of colours, while providing it with gripping moments in aria-like slow movements and virtuosic and vivacious finales. To perform these works an all-round musician is needed: someone like Baermann – or like Martin Fröst! With his latest release on BIS - chamber works by Brahms (BIS 1353) - Fröst captured the hearts and ears of both audiences and reviewers, as testified by a number of distinctions and by the following quote: ‘[His] smooth, even tone is deliciously seductive, and he can darken or lighten the sound at will, from velvet warmth with a sensitively applied vibrato, to a soaring clarity that never goes louder than lovely … I could write more, but if you'll excuse me, I'd rather like to be seduced all over again.' (Andrew McGregor, BBC Radio 3: CD Review). Before that, Fröst's take on Mozart's Concerto and Quintet (BIS 1263) caused similar reactions, for instance in International Record Review: 'Better recorded performances of these towering masterpieces may exist, but I have never heard them. In their technical proficiency, style consciousness and broad, yet never exaggerated emotional range, they shine as major achievements.'

Pressestimmen

Stereoplay 01 / 07: "Am meisten fasziniert die improvisatorische Leichtigkeit und Flexibilität seines Tons, der niemals in s Schwitzen oder ins Blöken gerät: Als wahrer Virtuose scheint Fröst - mit sehr zügigen, nervigen Tempi - hier nicht nur die Gesetze der Schwerkraft zu ignorieren, sondern er trifft mit traumwandlerischer Stilsicherheit stets auch den magischen Kern und den emotionalen Impuls von Weber idealisierter Musiksprache."

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