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Schumann: Music for Clarinet

Schumann: Music for Clarinet


Schumann:

Trauer (No. 4 from Klavierstücke für kleine und große Kinder, Op. 85)

Romances (3), Op. 94

Fantasiestücke, Op. 73: excerpts

Abendlied (No. 12 from Klavierstücke für kleine und große Kinder, Op. 85)

Märchenerzählungen (4) for Clarinet, Viola & Piano, Op. 132

In der Nacht, Op. 74 No. 4

Schumann, Clara:

Romances (3), Op. 22


Patrick Messina, Fabrizio Chiovetta & Pierre Lenert

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Aparté - AP153

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The Wings of the Dove (Unabridged)

The Wings of the Dove (Unabridged)


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Naxos AudioBooks - NA0267

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Good Wives (Abridged)

Good Wives (Abridged)


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Naxos AudioBooks - NA0283

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Beauty and the Beast Medley (feat. Lexi Walker)

Beauty and the Beast Medley (feat. Lexi Walker)


BYU Vocal Point

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BYU Music Group - YDS0317VPS

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Fernando Varela: Vivere

Fernando Varela: Vivere


1. Vivere

2. Gloria

3. A Thousand Years

4. I Believe in You

5. Shine

6. If We Fall

7. Ti amo per sempre

8. All By Myself

9. No Longer On My Own

10. You’ll See My Face

11. Cuore

12. Verità

13. Nessun dorma


Fernando Varela

It’s just that simple. He does not sing just because he has a beautiful, expressive voice. He does not sing just because it brings him success and house-rocking acclaim. Fernando Varela sings because that is who he is. He sings what he loves, whether it is a pop standard, an original song he had a hand in writing, or Puccini’s noblest tenor aria “Nessun dorma.” The underlying truth – who he is and what he does, in everything he dreams and achieves – is what brings Fernando Varela to the center of a worldwide stage with the release of Vivere.

The high wire act of this powerhouse voice can wow all kinds of audiences, from the opera house to a small club. If most tenors live in one sphere and like to dabble in another, Fernando Varela wants to embrace them all and reinvent the possibilities.

He puts that dream on the line with Vivere.

On his new album, the classically trained tenor bridges the gap between immortal Puccini arias such as “Nessun Dorma” and catchy pop hits like Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” (from the Twilight Saga).

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DG - 4796439

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Impressions

Impressions

Music for harp and oboe by Ravel, Debussy & Sluka


Debussy:

Rêverie

Arabesque No. 2

Suite Bergamasque: Menuet

Suite Bergamasque: Prelude

Ravel:

Le Tombeau de Couperin

Vocalise-étude en forme de habanera

Pavane pour une infante défunte

Sluka:

Gabbione per due ussignuoli

world premiere recording

Primavera

world premiere recording


Kateřina Englichová (harp) & Vilém Veverka (oboe)

Recorded in the Church of Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren in Prague - Vinohrady, 17 - 18 June and 2 - 3 September 2016.

On their previous Supraphon recordings (SU4185 – Musica per arpa, SU4188 – Vivaldi, Telemann, Bach, SU4121 – Telemann, Britten ad.), harpist Kateřina Englichová and oboist Vilém Veverka sufficiently proved their outstanding performance qualities as well as informed interest in such mutually remote music worlds as the Baroque and the 20th century modernism.

The present recording – their first made in dues – reflects more than twelve years of their performing together in concerts. The not-so-common combination of oboe and harp provides an endless scale of timbres and the resulting impression is marked both by frailness and confident virtuosity. Ravel’s Le Tombeau de Couperin is the crucial piece on the album and represents the composer’s memories of his friends lost in the First World War.

Little musical gems written by Ravel and Debussy resound here in sensitive arrangements which have enriched the compositions by new timbre qualities. Primavera composed by Luboš Sluka was composed explicitly for the Englichová – Veverka duo and appears here in premiere recording.

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Supraphon - SU42122

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Jean-Pierre Rampal in Prague – The Complete Supraphon Recordings

Jean-Pierre Rampal in Prague – The Complete Supraphon Recordings


Benda, Franz:

Sonata for Flute and Harpsichord in F major

Viktorie Švihlíková (harpsichord)

Flute Concerto in E minor

Prague Chamber Orchestra, Milan Munclinger

Feld:

Flute Concerto

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, Václav Jiráček

Prokofiev:

Flute Sonata in D major, Op. 94

Alfréd Holeček (piano)

Richter, F X:

Sonate da camera No. 3 in A major

Viktorie Švihlíková (harpsichord)

Flute Concerto in D major

Prague Chamber Orchestra, Milan Munclinger

Rosetti:

Flute Concerto in D major

Prague Chamber Orchestra, Václav Neumann

Stamitz, C:

Flute Concerto in G major, Op. 29

Prague Chamber Orchestra, Martin Turnovský


Jean Pierre Rampal (flute)

Golden memories of Jean-Pierre Rampal’s time in Prague – legendary recordings, newly digitally remastered.

During his very first trip across the Iron Curtain, the French flautist Jean-Pierre Rampal (1922–2000), made friends with Milan Munclinger, an outstanding Czech musician, with whom he shared a passion for Baroque music. Owing to Munclinger’s initiative, on 31 May 1955 Rampal performed alongside the pianist Alfred Holecek before the packed auditorium within the Prague Spring festival. The very next day, Rampal made the first in his series of recordings for Supraphon, which featured Prokofiev’s Sonata. Until 1956, he made premiere recordings of sonatas by František Benda and F. X. Richter, concertos by Carl Stamitz and F. A. Rosetti, as well as, and most significantly – with the Prague Chamber Orchestra conducted by Munclinger – concertos by Richter and Benda. The latter two were extraordinary indeed, as evidenced by the international critical acclaim: the album went on to receive the prestigious Grand Prix du Disque de l’Académie Charles Cros.

Rampal’s final Supraphon album, made with the Czech Philharmonic in April 1958, contains the flute concerto by the then 33-year-old Jindrich Feld, who primarily gained global recognition thanks to Rampal. The phenomenal French flautist would continue to come to Prague in the following years to give concerts and to meet his close friends among Czech musicians.

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Supraphon - SU42172

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Weill: Wanted

Weill: Wanted


We cannot approach opera from the position of snobbish dismissal. We cannot write operas while at the same time lamenting the deficiencies of the genre. We must fulfil our own ideal by making use of that which the stage has to offer, so wrote Kurt Weill in 1926. At the time, he had just begun seeking a new musical genre, one that would supersede the conventional opera. The resounding success of Die Greigroschenoper proved that the path he had taken was the right one; the new genre emerged at an appropriate time, and it seemed that the audience had been waiting for opera's resurgence too. The adventurous journey Weill pursued for half a century, led from Germany to Paris and finally to New York City. The result of his efforts were considerable simplification of the musical idiom, inspiration by pop and jazz, and the assignment of the vocal parts to actors without traditional professional vocie training. It was a true revolution. And that represented a challenge for the mezzo-soprano Dagmar Peckova, who throughout her illustrious career has appeared on the world's most prominent stages as an artist acclaimed as a refined performer of music by Mozart, Mahler, Bizet...

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Supraphon - SU42262

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Rachmaninoff: Complete Works and Transcriptions for Violin and Piano

Rachmaninoff: Complete Works and Transcriptions for Violin and Piano


Annelle K. Gregory (violin) & Alexander Sinchuk (piano)

This gorgeously played and recorded disc presents all of Rachmaninoff's compositions for violin and piano, as well as transcriptions by violin legends including Fritz Kreisler and Jascha Heifetz. Annelle K. Gregory is a laureate of the Stradivarius International Violin Competition and first prize winner of the 2016 American Protégé International Concerto Competition, and Gold Medalist of the NAACP ACT-SO competition. Alexander Sinchuk won First Prize at the International Competition for Young Pianists in memory of Vladimir Horowitz (Kiev), and was First Prize winner of the Rachmaninoff International Competition (Moscow).

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Bridge - BRIDGE9481

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Martin Boykan: Rites of Passage

Martin Boykan: Rites of Passage

Chamber Music (1993-2012)


Boykan:

Impromptu for Violin Solo

Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano

Sonata for viola and piano

Psalm 121


Pamela Dellal, Yohanan Chendler, Emil Altshuler, Mary Ray Ruth, Joshua Gordon, Curtis Macomber, Stephen Gosling, Mark Berger, Yoko Hagino, Steven Weigt

Martin Boykan studied composition with Walter Piston, Aaron Copland and Paul Hindemith, and piano with Eduard Steuermann. He received a BA from Harvard University, 1951, and an MM from Yale University, 1953. Boykan was awarded the Jeunesse Musicales prize for his String Quartet No. 1, and the League ISCM award for his Elegy. Other awards include a Rockefeller grant, NEA award, Guggenheim Fellowship, and a Fulbright. In 2011 Boykan was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters. He is Emeritus Professor of Music, Brandeis University.

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Bridge - BRIDGE9483

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