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Order number B 108 018
Interclarinet, Vol. 2
 
 
Cover interclarinet 2

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Norbert Täubl
Manfred Preis
József Balogh
Johannes Gleichweit
Harald Harrer
Recorded at FARAO Studios, 2002

booklet:
(German, English)
· biographies
"…A comprehensive journey through different genres of music, from the earliest forms of classical music through to the latest forms of light music, including swing and Klezmer. Everything is done in such a masterly, noble and cheerful fashion, that you simply cannot get enough of it…" There is no better way to describe the music making of the group Interclarinet than Gerhard Pätzig’s write-up of their first CD in the German magazine Klassic Heute (Classic Today).

The musicians who make up Interclarinet first met in the summer of 1998 in the USA, on the occasion of the International Clarinet Association Congress in Columbus/Ohio. The performers enjoyed their rehearsals and concerts so much that they decided to work together on a permanent basis. What a stroke of luck to have Józef Balogh as composer, arranger and stylistically accurate improviser in the group. His compositions for our ensemble have been published in a special Interclarinet edition by the Windland Foundation in Budapest. We got a lot of fun and artistic encouragement from our first CD production with the unbelievably competent team at FARAO classics in Munich.

Listeners have deemed our performances unconventional, enjoyable, perfect and attention-grabbing.
Whether they are giving concerts in important capital cities, holding master classes for the German branch of the internationally operational Jeunesses Musicales, giving clarinet lessons for all and sundry up in the mountain pastures of Grossramming in Austria, or workshops in Budapest, Interclarinet feel at home just about anywhere.
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Titles:

Vittorio Monti (1868-1922) | Csárdás
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: Béla Kovács

Robert Schumann (1810-1856) | Träumerei
3 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: Béla Kovács

Malcolm Arnold (*1921) | Pre Goodman Rag
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: Dietrich Tibor

Kurt Weill (1900-1950) | Pieces from "Die Dreigroschenoper"
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: James Rae, József Balogh

W. A. Mozart (1756-1791) | Adagio KV 411
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: H. Voxmann

Sergei Prokofiew (1891-1953) | March from "Die Liebe zu den drei Orangen"
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: William Schmidt

W. A. Mozart (1756-1791) | Ave Verum Corpus
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet | Arrangement: Daniel Dorff

József Balogh (*1956) | Radetzkiada
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet

Gordon Lewin (*1947) | La Copa - Samba
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet

Gordon Lewin (*1947) | Fiesta Cubana - Rumba
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet

József Balogh (*1956) | Gipsy Songs
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet

Nino Rota (1911-1979) | 8 1/2
5 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet Gast: Eberhard Knobloch

József Balogh (*1956) | Rhapsodia
4 Clarinets & Bass-Clarinet
 
     
 
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Reviews
(available only in German)


"… Sie verwischen bewusst und mit Leichtigkeit die Grenzen zwischen so genannter E- und U-Musik. Heraus kommt dabei anspruchsvolle geistreiche Unterhaltung."
clarino.print, hä, 1/2004

"… Spaßmusik vom Feinsten [] so virtuos, dass die Fußspitzen wie von selbst mitzuwippen beginnen…"
Thüringische Landeszeitung, Wolfgang Hirsch, 13.12.2003

"… Mal keck, mal sanft girrend, dabei stets kultiviert []"
Frankfurter Neue Presse, md, 18.2.2004

"… hochvirtuos… klangsinnig… spritzig… Die Freude am Musizieren ist spürbar, der Ensemblegeist manifestiert sich in einer frappierenden Präzision des Zusammenspiels, und die technische Perfektion begeistert…"
Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung, Ralf Döring, 29.01.04