Danzi: Sextet, Op. 15
This page lists all recordings of Sextet, Op. 15, by Franz Danzi (1763-1826) on CD & download (MP3 & FLAC).
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Danzi - Septets & Potpourris
Franz Danzi exerted a profound influence on the German musical scene at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century.A product of the Mannheim School, he was extensively involved in orchestral advances in Munich, Stuttgart and Karlsruhe. In particular the two Clarinet Potpourris featured on the present CD are performed by Dieter Klöcker and his colleagues with a virtuoso delight in the composer's melodic vein, which ranges from songlike simplicity to elaborate examples of variation form. Danzi reveals himself as a true master in his two Septets which explore a wide expressive range between strings and winds and between dance-like rhythms and lively hunting fanfares. In recording these works the Consortium Classicum render outstanding service to a composer whose works are unjustly neglected but deserve to be far better known.
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Dieter Klocker: The Explorer with the Clarinet
One of the most important and influential clarinet players of his generation, the German virtuoso Dieter Klöcker, who died in 2011, was responsible for numerous recording sessions and radio productions. His chamber ensemble, Consortium Classicum, boasted an excellent line-up and thanks to its originality and high artistic standards went on to gain recognition all over the world. He cultivated a love of the so-called “little masters” and used his talent to promote their music. This 4-CD set features rarely-heard musical gems written by the likes of Franz Anton Hoffmeister, Theodor Baron von Schacht, Johann Christoph Vogel and Johann Georg Heinrich Backofen in addition to well-known pieces by Mozart and Schubert.
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