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Owain Arwel Hughes - Vagn Holmboe: Concertos for Piano, Clarinet, and Oboe; Beatus Parvo (2005)

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Owain Arwel Hughes - Vagn Holmboe: Concertos for Piano, Clarinet, and Oboe; Beatus Parvo (2005)
Artist: Owain Arwel Hughes
Title Of Album: Vagn Holmboe: Concertos for Piano, Clarinet, and Oboe; Beatus Parvo
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: BIS
Country: UK
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*image + .cue, log, artwork)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 01:18:00
Full Size: 294 MB






Tracklist:

Vagn Holmboe (1909-1996)

[1]-[2] Concerto No.1 for piano and orchestra, Op.17 (1939)
Noriko Ogawa piano

[3]-[4] Concerto No.3 for clarinet and orchestra, Op.21 (1940-42)
Martin Frost clarinet

[5]-[6] Concerto No.7 for oboe and orchestra, Op.37 (1944-45)
Gordon Hunt oboe

[7]-[10] Beatus parvo for choir and orchestra, Op.117 (1973)
Danish National Opera Choir

Performers:

Noriko Ogawa piano ([1]-[2])
Martin Frost clarinet ([3]-[4])
Gordon Hunt oboe ([5]-[6])
Danish National Opera Choir ([7]-[10])

Aalborg Symphony Orchestra
Owain Arwel Hughes conductor

Something of Vagn Holmboe's approach to writing concertos may be discerned in his numeration: they are not grouped according to the solo instrument (e.g., Piano Concerto No. 1), but counted merely as Concertos in the sequence of their composition, regardless of the featured instruments. This suggests that the soloist's role is somewhat altered: still central as a leading part, but frequently incorporated into the orchestral mass as a coloristic instrument among many others. The Concerto No. 1 for piano and orchestra, Op. 17 (1939), clearly demonstrates Holmboe's procedure, for the piano switches back and forth between lyrical solos and more emphatically rhythmic passages as a percussion instrument. Holmboe's Concerto No. 3 for clarinet and orchestra, Op. 21 (1940-1942), also presents interesting mixtures of the instrument's distinctive tone with other timbres, most strikingly with the brass section. The Concerto No. 7 for oboe and orchestra, Op. 37 (1944-1945), is most beguiling in the many chamber-like, concertino combinations of the oboe with other woodwinds. Pianist Noriko Ogawa, clarinetist Martin Frost, and oboist Gordon Hunt strike the right balance with conductor Owain Arwel Hughes and the Alborg Symphony Orchestra, since all give prominence to the leading part where Holmboe indicates, but equal attention to the ever-shifting background textures. -- Blair Sanderson



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