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CD301: BRAHMS Two Sonatas for Clarinet and Piano. Mitchell Lurie, Clarinet; Leona Lurie, Piano. DANIEL KESSNER, Dances for Clarinet and Guitar; Richard Lesser, Clarinet; Jordan Charnofsky, Guitar. UPC 009414730121. BUY NOW
Mitchell Lurie, former principal clarinet with the Pittsburgh and Chicago Symphonies under Fritz Reiner, taught at the University of Southern California for 50 years, and is possibly the best-known clarinetist in the world. The Brahms Sonatas were originally on Crystal LP S301, which was one of Crystal’s best-selling LPs. Richard Lesser, one of Lurie’s prize students, was principal clarinet with the Israel Philharmonic for 35 years. This is the premiere recording of Daniel Kesner’s Dances. Jordan Charnofsky has performed guitar with the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra, in the World Festival of Sacred Music, numerous times at the Academy Awards celebrations, and for TV and film.
“This CD is a digital transfer from Lurie’s original analogue LP recording which he did for Crystal Records in 1972. In reissuing this Crystal has performed an important service for clarinetists and lovers of the music of Brahms. Mitchell Lurie had a long and distinguished career as a performer and artist teacher. This CD is a beautiful partnership of long standing with his wife, Leona Lurie. She is a musician of equal stature in these performances, playing with real power and clarity which matches his clarinet playing. Their Music making, if he could have heard it, would have brought a smile to Brahms’ face…“The music is immediately likeable and would be a welcome addition to a recital programme.” Australian Clarinet and Saxophone, Summer 2009-2010
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Brahms Sonata in F Minor Mvt 1 Allegro appassionato Mvt 2 Andante un poco Adagio Mvt 3 Allegro grazioso Mvt 4 Vivace Brahms Sonata in Eb Major Mvt 1 Allegro amabile Mvt 2 Allegro appassionato Mvt 3 Andante con moto Kessner: Dances Sicilienne Balkan Dance Sarabande Fire Dance
CD330: JAMES CAMPBELL, CLARINET. John York, Piano. UPC 009414733023. BUY NOW
Malcolm Arnold, Sonatina, op. 29; Claude Debussy, Petite Pièce and Premiere Rhapsodie; Gabriel Pierné, Canzonetta; Alban Berg, Four Pieces for Clarinet and Piano, op. 5; Witold Lutoslawski, Five Dance Preludes; Paul Jeanjean, Carnival of Venice; Carl Maria von Weber, Seven Variations on a theme from Silvana, op. 33.
James Campbell, Clarinet, with John York, Piano. James Campbell has been named Canada's Artist of the Year, made a member of the CBC Classical Music Hall of Fame, awarded the Queen's Gold and Diamond Jubilee Medal, an Honorary Doctor of Laws, and Canada's highest honor, the Order of Canada. He has performed in over 35 countries with over 60 orchestras, including the Boston Pops, Montreal Symphony, and three of London's top orchestras: the Philharmonic, Symphony, and Philharmonia. He has over 40 recordings. Campbell was Professor of Music at Indiana University from 1988-2019.
Pianist John York is a winner of the International Debussy Prize and has been a frequent soloist with numerous orchestras. For 33 years he was professor of piano at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London
“Clarinet playing simply doesn’t get any better than this…his tone is pure honey, his transitions between registers smooth and seamless, his intonation precise, his technical execution flawless, and his music instincts in matters of tempo,dynamics, phrasing, and interpretive expression always true to the letter and intent of the score before him. If you love the clarinet, this is a must. If you hear it and you don’t love James Campbell, you don’t love music.” Fanfare May 2021 (Dubins)
“the highest level of artistic collaboration…Campbell’s elegance, subtlety, and refinement as a musician are exceptional. This collection holds broad appeal for its purely musical values. I have never come away as musically satisfied by a clarinet recital as I did from this one. Campbell and York deserve to reach the widest possible audience.” Fanfare May 2021 (Huntley Dent)
“James Campbell’s mastery of the clarinet is second to none. The collaboration of these two virtuosi makes this CD a must for every clarinetist’s library. Campbell’s honors and awards are too numerous to mention them all.” The Clarinet Magazine December 2021 (Lori Ardovino)
“York is phenomenal at the keyboard, combining prodigious technique and instrumental command with a profound understanding each score, composer, and moment.” American Record Guide March/April 2021 (Hanudel)
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Arnold: Sonatina Mvt 1 Allegro con brio Mvt 2 Andantino Mvt 3 Furioso Debussy: Petite Piece Premiere Rhapsodie Pierne Canzonetta Berg: Four Pieces Mvt 1 Massig Mvt 2 Sehr Langsam Mvt 3 Sehr rasch Mvt 4 Langsam Lutoslawski: Five Dance Preludes Mvt 1 Allegro molto Mvt 2 Andantino Mvt 3 Allegro giocoso Mvt 4 Andante Mvt 5 Allegro Molto Jeanjean: Carnival of Venice Von Weber: Seven Variations on a theme from Silvana
CD332: Clarinet Candescence. Melvin
Warner, Clarinet. With Diane Ragins, soprano;
Allan Dameron, piano; Sylvia Reynolds, piano;
Peter Middleton, flute; Jerry Horner, viola. Carl Maria von Weber: Fantasia and
Rondo and Grand Duo Concertant; Igor Stravinsky:
Three Songs from William Shakespeare; Krzysztof Penderecki: 3 Miniature; Donald
Martino: A Set for Clarinet; Louis Spohr: Six German
Songs; William O. Smith: Five Pieces. Melvin Warner is former associate
principal clarinet of the Saint Louis Symphony and is clarinet and chamber
music professor emeritus at Northern Illinois University. This compact disc features some of the most exciting
music ever composed for the clarinet. Melvin Warner’s original release on LP
was called “a real find, one of the finest clarinet recordings I have yet to
hear” by Edward Tatnall Canby writing
in Audio Magazine.
“In Smith’s and Martino’s unaccompanied pieces, Warner is an artist … in his element – fluid, stylish, and in complete command of the music’s considerable technical difficulties, including frequent, large shifts in register.” Fanfare Magazine UPC 009414733221 BUY NOW
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von Weber: Grand Duo Concertant: Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2 Mvmt 3 Smith: Five Pieces: Vigorous Flowing Rhythmic Singing Spirited Spohr: Six German Songs: Sei still mein Herz Zwiegesang Sehnsucht Wiegenlied Das heimliche Lied Wach auf Martino: A Set for Clarinet: Allegro Adagio Allegro Stravinsky: Three Songs: Musick to heare Full fadom five When Dasies pied Penderecki: 3 Miniature: Allegro Andante cantabile Allegro ma non troppo von Weber: Fantasia and Rondo: Adagio ma non troppo Allegro giojoso
CD356: Tour de France. Webster Trio. Michael Webster, clarinet; Leone Buyse, flute; Katherine Collier, piano. Gabriel Faure: Dolly Suite (flute, clarinet, piano; transcribed by Webster); Faure: Morceau de Concours (flute, piano; Arr. Hulme-Brieff); Saint-Saëns: Tarantella, op. 6 (flute, clarinet, piano); Debussy: Petite PIece & Premiere Rhapsodie (clarinet, piano); Syrinx (solo flute); Prelude à l’apres-midi d’un Faune (flute, clarinet, piano; transcribed by Webster); Georges Bizet: Jeux d’Enfants (flute, piccolo, clarinet, piano; transcribed by Webster). UPC 009414735621 BUY NOW Click here for CD cover photo and Webster Trio details.
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Faure Dolly Ste.: Mvt 1 (Berceuse) Mvt 2 (Mi-a-ou) Mvt 3 (Le jardin) Mvt 4 (Kitty Valse) Mvt 5 (Tendresse) Mvt 6(Spanish Dance) Faure: Morceau de concours Saint- Saëns: Tarantella Debussy: Petit Piece Premiere Rhapsodie Syrinx Prelude à l’apres-midi d’un faune Bizet: Jeux d’enfants The Swing The Top The Doll Merry-Go -Round Shuttlecock Trumpet and Drum Soap Bubbles Puss in the Corner Blindman's Bluff Leapfrog Little Husband, Little Wife The Ball
CD357: WORLD WIDE WEBSTER. The Webster Trio (Leone Buyse, Flute; Michael Webster, Clarinet; Robert Moeling, Piano). Antonin Dvorak, Slavonic Dances; Claude Debussy, Petite Suite; Johannes Brahms, Hungarian Dances; Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Four Pieces (La Jota Aragonesa, Souvenir de la Havane, Souvenir de Cuba, Grande Tarantelle). UPC 09414735720 BUY NOW Click here for CD cover photo and Webster Trio details.
Leone Buyse is former principal flutist with the Boston Symphony. Michael Webster is former principal clarinetist with the Rochester Philharmonic and the San Francisco Symphony. Robert Moeling is an international soloist and chamber musician. They are now based at the Shepherd School of Music in Houston, Texas. The works are superb, exciting transcriptions by Michael Webster from four-hand piano literature. “World Wide Webster is a fine new offering...These three musicians play as one, and their sense of ensemble and creative interpretations define the essence of chamber music." Flute Talk "Performances here are excellent, with a seamless match between the two winds, and a coherent blend with Robert Moeling's buoyant piano textures. Recordings are very fine..." Paul Ingram, Fanfare
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Antonin Dvorak: Slavonic Dances Presto (op.46,no.8) Moderato (op.72,no.14) Poco adagio (op.72,no.13) Allegretto grazioso (op.72,no.12) Poco allegro (op.46,no.6) Claude Debussy: Petite Suite En bateau Cortege Menuet Ballet Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances No. 6 (Vivace) No.16 (Con moto) No.14 (Un poco andante) No.13 (Andanta grazioso) No.5 (Allegro) No.7 (Allegretto) No.21 (Vivace) Louis Moreau Gottschalk: La Jota Aragonesa Souvenir de la Havane Souvenir de Cuba Grande Tarantelle
CD646: MOZART SERENADE NO. 10 IN Bb, K. 361 for 12 Winds and Double Bass. Toronto Chamber Winds, Winton Webber, Conductor. UPC 00941476462. BUY NOW
Mozart's Serenade No. 10 in Bb, K.361, for 12 Winds and Double Bass, is a masterpiece in every respect. It is one of his longest instrumental works and is a musical blockbuster. It is written for 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, 2 basset horns, 2 bassoons, 4 horns, and double bass. The Toronto Chamber winds include members of the Toronto Symphony, the Canadian Ballet Orchestra, and the Hamilton Philharmonic. Oboes: Harry Sargous, David Sussman; Clarinets: James Campbell, Gwillym Williams; Basset Horns: David Bourque, Daniel Leeson; Bassoons: Christopher Weait, Mitchell Clarke; Horns: R. Scott Wilson, Miles Hearn, Wayne Jeffrey, Gary Pattison; Double Bass: Peter Madgett.
Serenade K. 361, Over 49 minutes, consists of seven movements of extraordinary contrast, requiring unusual instrumental resources whose characteristic colors were exploited as never before and rarely since. This performance by the Toronto Chamber Winds is one of the only recorded performances that adheres to the original Mozart manuscript. There are many differences between this and the corrupted versions that are usually heard and have been recorded previously.
This recording was originally on Crystal LP S646, released 1982, and was the first recording of the work under the guidance of Daniel Leeson, who was one of the editors of the Serenade for the Bärenreiter publication of the complete edition of Mozart’s music. The performance is embellished in a style appropriate to the time of composition.
“the composer’s crowning achievement in the serenade genre, an undisputed masterpiece…a fine performance. The Toronto Chamber Winds are more than worthy for serious consideration…a fine performance.” Fanfare (Jerry Dubins)
“The performing on this recording is exquisite. Lyrical, sonorous, perfectly balanced, the musicians are to be lauded for this hallmark achievement. For an exemplary recording of the Gran Partita, one need look no further.” The Horn Call (Lydia Van Dreel)
“Masterfully performed… lush performance and a master-class in knowing when to lead and when to get out of the way. This is a worthy addition to every band director's collection and teachers should make a point of sharing this with their double reed, clarinet, and horn players.” Instrumentalist (April 2020)
“The playing is polished and professional; and the group produces a rich and resonant sound. Solo passages are clear and lyrical; and the accompanying lines have excellent balance and rhythm.” American Record Guide (July/August 2020, Hanudel)
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Serenade in Bb, K. 361 (370a) I. Largo; Allegro molto II. Menuetto;Trio 1,Trio 2 III. Adagio_sample.mp3 IV. Menuetto; Trio 1, Trio 2 V. Romanze VI. Thema_mit_Variationen VII. Finale:Rondo Allegro molto
CD717 – AMERICAN WEBSTER. Libby Larsen, Barn Dances; Robert Sirota, Birds of Paradise; Anthony Brandt, Round Top Trio; Richard Toensing, Children of Light; Paul Schoenfeld, Sonatina. UPC 009414771728 BUY NOW
Leone Buyse Flute; Michael Webster, Clarinet; Robert Moeling, Piano. Click here for CD cover photo and Webster Trio details.
Libby Larsen is one of America’s most performed living composers, having created a catalog of over 500 works. She was a Grammy Award winner and has established a permanent place for her works in concert repertory. Likewise the other composers are recognized as tops in their field. These are premiere recordings of works written and/or premiered by the Webster Trio.
The Webster Trio is in-residence at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University in Houston, Texas. Leone Buyse was previously principal flute with the Boston Symphony and Michael Webster was principal clarinet with the San Francisco Symphony. Robert Moeling is an acclaimed chamber pianist and soloist. These are premiere recordings of works most of which were written for the Webster Trio
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Larsen: Barn Dances I. Forward Six and Fall Back Eight II. Divide the Ring III. Varsouvianna IV. Rattleshake Twist Sirota: Birds of Paradise Brandt: Round Top Trio Toensing: Children of Light I. Dawn Processional II. Song of the Morning Stars III. The Robe of Light IV. Silver Lightning, Golden Rain V. Phos Hilarioin Schoenfeld: Sonatina I. Charleston II. Rag III. Jig
CD731: Larry Combs, Clarinet. With Gail Williams, Horn; Mary Ann Covert, Piano. Miklós Rózsa: Sonata for Clarinet Solo and Sonatina for Clarinet Solo; George Rochberg: Trio for Clarinet, Horn, and Piano; Gunther Schuller: Romantic Sonata for Clarinet, Horn, and Piano. UPC 009414773128 BUY NOW
Larry Combs, one of the world's most respected clarinetists, joined the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1974 and was appointed principal clarinet by Sir Georg Solti in 1978. He has since appeared as concerto soloist with the Orchestra on numerous occasions. He reitred from the CSO in 2008. Prior to joining the Chicago Symphony, he was a member of the New Orleans, Montreal, and Santa Fe Opera orchestras.
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Rózsa: Sonata Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2 Mvmt 3 Rochberg: Trio: Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2 Mvmt 3 Schuller: Romantic Sonata: Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2 Mvmt 3 Rózsa: Sonatina: Mvmt 1 Mvmt 2
CD733: MOONFLOWERS, BABY!: Jonathan Cohler, Clarinet. Hindemith: Sonata (clarinet, piano); Arthur Honegger: Sonatina (clarinet, piano); Jean Francaix: Theme & Variations; Ralph Vaughan Williams: Six Studies in English Folksong; Darius Milhaud: Duo Concertant & Caprice; Eugene Bozza: Pulcinella; Meyer Kupferman: Moonflowers, Baby! With Judith Gordon on piano. Cohler has “...playing of real distinction...” BBC Music Magazine; “...superlative technique.” Fanfare UPC 009414773326 BUY NOW
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Hindemith Sonata: Mvt 1 (Massig bewegt) Mvt 2 (Lebhaft) Mvt 3 (Sehr langsam) Mvt 4 (Kleines Rondo) Honegger Sontatina: Mvt 1(Modere) Mvt 2(Lent et Soutenu) Mvt 3(Vif et Rythmique) Francaix: Theme and Variations Vaughan Williams: Six Studies Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Mvt 4 Mvt 5 Mvt 6 Milhaud: Duo Concertant Caprice Bozza: Pulcinella Kupferman: Moonflowers, Baby!
CD734: TRIO INDIANA. James Campbell, clarinet; Eli Eban, clarinet and Eb clarinet; Howard Klug, clarinet and bass clarinet. Jean-Michel Defaye: Six Pieces D’Audition; Peter Schickele: Dances for Three; Gary Kulesha: Political Implications; Michael Kibbe: Ebony Suite; Frederick Fox: Time Weaving. The clarinetists are faculty members at Indiana University. “A Marvelous group. Skillful musicians...a lovely ensemble of ravishing sounds.” American Red Guide UPC 009414773425 BUY NOW
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Defay Six Pieces D'Audition: Mvt 1 (108) Mvt 2 (104) Mvt 3 (Lento-vivo) Mvt 4 (120) Mvt 5 (112) Schikele: Dances for Three Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Mvt 4 Mvt 5 Mvt 6 Mvt 7 Kulesha: Political Implications Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Kibbe: Ebony Suite Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Mvt 4 Fox: Time Weaving
CD735: MICHAEL EDWARDS, CLARINET. Saint-Saëns: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, op. 167; Bohuslav Martinu: Sonatina for Clarinet and Piano; Paul Ladmirault: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano; Bruno Bjelinski: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano; Henri Rabaud: Solo de Concours, op. 10. With Timothy Bach on
piano. Edwards was clarinetist with the Montreal Symphony and principal clarinet
with the Canadian Chamber Ensemble. UPC 009414773524 BUY
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Saint-Saens Sonata: Mvt 1 (Allegretto) Mvt 2 (Allegro animato) Mvt 3 (Lento) Mvt 4 (Molto allegro) Rabaud: Solo de Concours Martinu: Sonatina Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Ladmirault: Sonata Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Mvt 4 Bjelinski: Sonata Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3
CD736: BRIDGES TO BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA: James
Campbell, clarinet; Eli Eban, clarinet and Eb
clarinet; Howard Klug, clarinet and bass clarinet. With guest clarinetists
Mitchell Lurie, Alfred Prinz and Min-Ho Yeh. Alfred Prinz: Trio, Bloomington
Quartet; Berhard Heiden:
Clarinet Trio; Alfred Uhl: Divertimento; Kurt Weill:
Four Pieces from the Threepenny Opera. The Indiana
Trio members are the clarinet faculty at the presitigious
School of Music at Indiana University and are all well-known clarinet soloists.
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Prinz Trio: Mvt 1 (Furioso) Mvt 2 (Adagio) Mvt 3 (Tango) Heiden Trio: Mvt 1 (Allegro Deciso) Mvt 2 (Allegro molto) Mvt 3 (Andante sostenuto) Mvt 4 (Allegro vivace) Mvt 5 (Variations) Uhl: Divertimento Mvt 1 (Allegro) Mvt 2 (Andnate sostenuto) Mvt 3 (Allegro con brio) Prinz: Bloomington Quartet Mvt 1 (Allegro aperto) Mvt 2 (Andante tranquillo) Mvt 3 (Prestissimo) Mvt 4 (Molto moderato) Weill: Threepenny Opera Overture Mack the Knife Tango ballad Ballad of the Easy Life
CD737: MITCHELL LURIE, CLARINET, and his composer colleagues. Halsey Stevens: Concerto for Clarinet and String Orchestra; Frederick Lesemann: Sonata for Clarinet & Percussion; Robert Muczynski: Time Pieces for Clarinet & Piano, op. 43. Karen Ervin Pershing, percussion; Robert Muczynski, piano; Crystal Chamber Orchestra, Akira Endo conducting. UPC 009414773722 BUY NOW
Mitchell Lurie, one of the world's best-known clarinetetists, was principal clarinet in the Pittsburgh and Chicago Symphonies with conductor Fritz Reiner before becoming a prominent film studio clarinetist in Hollywood. For over 40 years, he taught at the University of Southern California where he is Professor Emeritus. He was an active performer in music festivals throughout the world. He died in 2008. Karen Ervin was active as a percussionist in the Los Angeles area since 1972, and was percussion teacher at California State University Northridge since 1974. She died in 2004.
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Stevens Concerto: Mvt 1 (Andante con moto) Mvt 2 (Quasi Adagio) Mvt 3 (Allegro Moderato) Lesemann: Sonata
CD738: VINTAGE WOODWINDS. Saeculum Aureum Players: Richard Spece, 19th century clarinet; William McColl, basset horn; Jeffrey Cohan, 17th century flute; Bonnie Garrett, fortepiano. Mendelssohn: Konzertstücke 1&2; Giovanni Simone Mayr: Bagattelle a Tre. UPC 009414773821 BUY NOW
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Mendelssohn Konzertstuck No 1: Mvt 1 (Allegro) Mvt 2 (Andante) Mvt 3 (Presto) Konzertstuck No 2: Mvt 1 (Presto) Mvt 2 (Andante) Mvt 3 (Allegretto Grazioso) Mayr: Bagatelle Mvt 7 Mvt 1 Mvt 2 Mvt 3 Mvt 4 Mvt 5 Mvt 6 Mvt 8 Mvt 9 Mvt 10 Mvt 11 Mvt 12
CD739: THE NAKED CLARINET. Tasha Warren, Unaccompanied Clarinet. Miklós Rózsa: Sonatina
for Clarinet Solo; Shulamit Ran: Music for an Actor:
Monologue for Clarinet (in A); Joan Tower: Wings; Guy Yehuda: Three Preludes;
David Dzubay: Solus II; Libby Larsen: Dancing Solo.
This CD includes some of the best and most important recent works for unaccompanied clarinet. Tasha Warren is principal clarinet with the Charlottesville Orchestra and is on the faculty of the University of Virginia. Previously she taught at Louisiana State University, and has been principal clarinet with the Columbus, Indiana, Philarmonic since 2004. She holds a BM, MM, and ABD Doctor of Music from Indiana University. Her teachers include James Campbell, Eli Eban, and Robert Listokin. UPC 009414773920. BUY NOW
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Rozsa: Sonatina for Clarinet Solo I. Tema con variazioni II. Vivo e giocoso Ran: Music for an Actor