Boutry: Interferénces I for bassoon & piano
This page lists all recordings of Interferénces I for bassoon & piano, by Roger Boutry (b.1932) on CD & download (MP3 & FLAC).
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Bassoon & Piano
Rodion Tolmachev (bassoon) & Midori Kitagawa (piano)
This is Rodion Tolmachov’s debut CD. At the age of only twenty two, he became the principal bassoonist at the famous Marinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg. His playing is distinguished by expressive tonal nuancing and breathtaking virtuosity. He has chosen a varied programme including works by Bozza, Bitsch, Boutry, Dubois, Francaix, Bernaud and Saint-Saëns.
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Le Charme de basson
Brigitte Engelhard (piano), Clara Dent (oboe) & Bence Bogányi (bassoon)
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Judith Leclair - Works for Bassoon
Judith Leclair (bassoon), Gretchen Van Hoesen (harp), Jonathan Feldman (piano)
Bassoonist extraordinaire Judith Leclair, principal of the New York Philharmonic, revels in the virtuosity of chamber works featuring her instrument.
The bassoon captured a remarkable degree of attention when it became one of the highlights of BBC 2’s Classical Star, thrusting the instrument into a rare solo spotlight. America’s leading lady of the bassoon, New York Philharmonic principal Judith Leclair, steps into the limelight with an awe-inspiring performance of virtuoso chamber works featuring her instrument’s distinctive qualities. Joined by two acclaimed American colleagues – Pittsburgh Symphony principal harpist Gretchen Van Hoesen, and eminent chamber pianist Jonathan Feldman – Judith offers a programme of late 19th- and 20th-century works linked by French origins or traditions. Undoubtedly an important document for bassoonists, this is also a disc full of discoveries. From Roger Boutry’s modernist Interférences I and the Chopin-esque Andante and bravura Polonaise by the relatively obscure German bassoonist Ludvig Milde, to Bernard Andrès’ nostalgic Chants D’arriere-Saison (“Songs of a Season Past”), Camille Saint-Saëns’ magical Sonata and Reinhold Glière’s irresistible encore Humoresque¸ Judith Leclair and friends are sure to keep the bassoon to the fore.
“Judith Leclair, principal bassoonist of the New York Philharmonic, valiantly manages in this anthology of chamber pieces to avoid the comical nasal quality that makes the bassoon a little showcased instrument.” The Independent, 19th March 2010
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