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BRAHMS, MOZART, David Campbell, Bingham Quartet

Clarinet Quintet (c/w Mozart's)

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1. Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in B minor, Op. 115 by Johannes Brahms 2. Quintet for Clarinet and Strings in A major, K 581 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • David Campbell - clarinet
  • Bingham Quartet - quartet
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29.00 (39.00) PLN


Nr kat.: RRC1005
Label  : Regis Records

David Campbell / Bingham Quartet


"Effortless liquidity & finesse by David Campbell in closely-attuned partnership with the Bingham Quartet"
(Gramophone) Katherine Clinton 5.0 out of 5 stars Brahms/Mozart Clarinet Quintets 18 August 2005 - Published on Amazon.com This is an excellent recording of the above pieces. The musicians play well together and the clarinetist has tone and technique. Their interpretations of the music in both composer's cases are excellent. Being a clarinetist myself I know what to listen for and Mr. Campbell's style is wonderful. I highly recommend this recording. These two works are natural bedfellows and are frequently found together on disc. This modern recording is licensed from Olympia (OCD637). Its warm, digital sound and lovely playing will be found welcome on most shelves, depending on your attitude to the Brahms Quintet. The Binghams give it a rather troubled reading, emphasising the edginess and tension of the music, particularly in the outer movements. Even the lovely Adagio seems unstable. Its major key outer sections are almost a distraction from the tense drama of the central section. The ending, too, is equivocal and rather unsettling. It’s not an invalid reading of the music, though it sidelines much of the beauty of Brahms’ writing and it won’t be to everyone’s taste. The Mozart is much more instantly appealing, in touch with the Autumnal warmth of the piece. It is played as from the inside, with beautiful awareness of the interplay of all five lines. The clarinet in particular comes across as fluid and flexible, with only an occasional touch of shrillness in the quicker passages. The slow movement is particularly beautiful and the variations of the finale are perky and substantial with some lovely moments of reflection. There are many good couplings of these two works and this one can take its place among the best of them, especially at this budget price. -- Simon Thompson, MusicWWeb International