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D'indy, Bruch: Works For Clarinet, Cello & Piano


Release Date: 09/20/2005 
Label:  Naxos   Catalog #: 8557347   Spars Code: DDD 
Composer:  Max BruchVincent D'Indy
Performer:  Joaquin ValdepeñasDavid HetheringtonPatricia Parr
Number of Discs: 1 
Recorded in: Stereo 
Length: 1 Hours 12 Mins. 

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Notes and Editorial Reviews





The Bruch pieces are some of the best fake Brahms you?ll ever hear and afford similar satisfactions. Never less than engaging, they?re a lyric cornucopia pouring forth a gamut from wistful and elegiac through the impassioned and dramatic to the frolicsome and blithe, yet always rife with an elusive nostalgia?the Brahmsian mood par excellence . D?Indy?s Trio dates from 1887, the year after the evergreen Symphonie cévenole , and is rife with a like shake of charm and zest. Neither has lacked for fine performances?currently available, the Montagnana Trio Read more (Facet 8003) realizes the Bruch with more Schwung , while the Amici Ensemble?s cloying ham-handedness doesn?t approach the incandescence of the West/Drinkall/Baker go at the d?Indy (which should be written into the Classical Hall of Fame, Klavier KCD-11088, Fanfare 22:1). Still, there?s no denying that the present offering gives pleasure and, if the coupling is something you?re looking for, this issue will not disappoint. Sound is close in a spacious aural frame with a good balance of instruments. Vin ordinaire , but recommendable.


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Works on This Recording

1.
Pieces (8) for Clarinet, Viola/Cello and Piano, Op. 83 by Max Bruch
Performer:  Joaquin Valdepeñas (Clarinet), David Hetherington (Cello), Patricia Parr (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1910; Germany 
2.
Trio for Piano, Cello and Clarinet/Violin in B flat major, Op. 29 by Vincent D'Indy
Performer:  David Hetherington (Cello), Joaquin Valdepeñas (Clarinet), Patricia Parr (Piano)
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1887; France 

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