Thursday, 14 January 2010
Divertimento 'Chorale St. Antoni'
(Haydn, Reicha, Danzi, Lickl) -
Divertimento (Feldparthie) for 2 oboes, 2 horns, 3 bassoons & serpent* in B flat major ("Chorale St. Antoni"), H. II/46
Allegro con spirito 3:43
Chorale St. Antoni 2:42
Menuetto & Trio 2:07
Rondo. Allegretto 1:56
Woodwind Quintet in E flat major, Op. 88/2
Lento. Allegro moderato 5:27
Scherzo: Allegro 2:44
Andante grazioso 3:14
Finale: Allegro molto 2:48
Quintet for winds No. 1 in B flat major, Op. 56/1
Andante con moto 3:39
Menuetto: Allegretto 2:09
Johann Georg Lickl
Quintetto Concertante for winds in F major
Willy Freivogel - Flöte, Sigurd Michael - Oboe, Rainer Schumacher - Klarinette, Friedhelm Pütz – Horn, Hermann Herder- Fagott
First published by Pilz in 1989; this CD is from 1991 and out of print.
* Yes, that's more instruments than one would expect to be played by a quintet. Don't ask me! All I can say is that the Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet and the Quintett Wien achieve the same miraculous feat.
And if you think that "chorale" theme sounds somehow familiar but can't quite place it, check here.
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