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Webern: Symphony; Six Pieces; Concerto for 9 Instruments - Ani Kavafian (violin); Charles Neidich (clarinet); Christopher Gekker (trumpet); Christopher Oldfather (piano);...
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  1. Symphony, Op. 21
  2. Canons (5) on Latin Texts for voice, clarinet & bass clarinet, Op. 16
  3. Traditional Rhymes (3) for soprano & ensemble, Op. 17
  4. Songs (3) for soprano, E flat clarinet & guitar, Op. 18
  5. String Trio, Op. 20
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  1. Symphony, Op. 21
  2. Canons (5) on Latin Texts for voice, clarinet & bass clarinet, Op. 16
  3. Traditional Rhymes (3) for soprano & ensemble, Op. 17
  4. Songs (3) for soprano, E flat clarinet & guitar, Op. 18
  5. String Trio, Op. 20
  6. Quartet for clarinet, saxophone, piano & violin, Op. 22
  7. Variations for piano, Op. 27
  8. Pieces (6) for orchestra, Op. 6
  9. Pieces (4) for violin & piano, Op. 7
  10. Little Pieces (3) for cello & piano, Op. 11
  11. Concerto for 9 instruments, Op. 24
  12. German Dances (6) for orchestra (arr. from Schubert)
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A few aging listeners will recall a time when the only way to hear most of the music of Anton Webern was through the recordings of Robert Craft. Few of those listeners will recall those performances with pleasure. Webern's music was new then, so most of it had never been recorded before, so no one really knew how it went. That Craft had his musicians do as well as they did is to be commended. That they didn't do it better is to be regretted. But that they set back the cause of Webern's music two decades is incontrovertible ...

Webern: Symphony; Six Pieces; Concerto for 9 Instruments 2005, Naxos

UPC: 747313253029

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