Danzi, Devienne, Mozart, Pleyel - Concertante - Les Vents Français & Munich Chamber Orchestra, Daniel Giglberger - 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Danzi, Devienne, Mozart, Pleyel – Concertante – Les Vents Français & Munich Chamber Orchestra, Daniel Giglberger – 2018 (FLAC, 24BIT – 96KHZ)

Composer: Franz Danzi, François Devienne, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ignaz Josef Pleyel
Performer: Les Vents Français
Orchestra: Münchner Kammerorchester
Conductor: Daniel Giglberger
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 1 CD
Format: FLAC (tracks)
Bit Depth: 24bit / 96kHz
Number of channels: 2.0
Label: Warner Classics
Size: 2.07 GB
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Les Vents Francais / Concertante! (2018)

Danzi: Sinfonia concertante in E flat major 20:22

01. I. Allegro 12:18
02. II. Adagio 2:31
03. III. Rondo allegretto 5:33

Mozart: Sinfonia concertante in E flat for Oboe, Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon & Orchestra, K297b 31:33

04. I. Allegro 12:33
05. II. Adagio 7:16
06. III. Andantino con Variazioni (Andantino) 0:56
07. III. Variation 1 0:56
08. III. Variation 2 0:59
09. III. Variation 3 0:57
10. III. Variation 4 1:02
11. III. Variation 5 0:54
12. III. Variation 6 1:02
13. III. Variation 7 1:03
14. III. Variation 8 0:57
15. III. Variation 9 1:03
16. III. Variation 10 – Adagio 0:48
17. IV. Allegro 1:07

Devienne: Sinfonia Concertante No.2 in F major for Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Horn and Orchestra 23:12

18. I. Allegro 14:02
19. II. Adagio 1:22
20. III. Minuetto con variazioni (Minuetto) 0:45
21. III. Variation 1 1:12
22. III. Variation 2 1:25
23. III. Variation 3 1:19
24. III. Variation 4 1:33
25. III. Variation 5 1:34

Danzi: Sinfonia Concertante 20:10

26. I. Allegro moderato 10:01
27. II. Larghetto 4:08
28. III. Polonaise (Allegretto) 6:01

Pleyel: Sinfonia concertante in F major, Ben. 115 22:07

29. I. Allegro con brio 11:52
30. II. Tempo di Minuetto. Grazioso 7:57
31. III. Presto 2:18

Les Vents Français :

Emmanuel Pahud – flute
François Leleux
– oboe
Paul Meyer
– clarinet
Radovan Vlatkovic
– horn
Gilbert Audin
– bassoon

The members of Les Vents Français, which has been described as “the wind-quintet equivalent of a supergroup” join the Munich Chamber Orchestra and conductor Daniel Giglberger in five examples of the sinfonia concertante. The form flourished in the decades around 1800, particularly in Paris and Mannheim, and the works here are by Parisian luminaries Pleyel and Devienne, Mannheim resident Danzi, and a genius who visited Paris and took inspiration from the music of Mannheim: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Gramophone Magazine

Mozart’s work itself is naturally the finest of all, notwithstanding doubts as to its authorship. It gets a performance as fine as any you’re likely to hear…The Munich Chamber Orchestra provide attentive accompaniment but it is the performance by this unparalleled group of soloists that mark out this exquisite pair of discs.

Presto Classical

Buy this for the glorious account of Mozart’s apotheosis of the genre: it’s chock-full of inspired little touches, such as dashes of rubato, quirky ornamentation and call-and-echo effects that play up the music’s joie de vivre, and clarinettist Paul Meyer shines especially brightly with marvellously flamboyant solos in the finale.

Katherine Cooper

Classical Music

If Danzi’s melodic gifts are dwarfed by Mozart, his pieces remain fresh and appealing. The Munich orchestra’s accompaniments are texturally and rhythmically expert. The Mozart comes up against the classic Karajan/Philharmonia version with its unbeatable line-up. This modern version offers solos as fresh as a daisy; in terms of sheer joy it is Karajan 2.0. Soloists of the calibre of Radovan Vlatković and Emmanuel Pahud ensure excellence throughout.




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