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Robert Plane

Reawakened

  • Type CD
  • Label Champs Hill
  • UPC 5060212591678
  • Catalog number CHRCD 160
  • Release date 04 September 2020
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About the album

A first-rate journey of discovery through newly discovered clarinet music that deserves a place in the international repertoire, led by a master of the instrument.

Over a 25-year recording career, Robert Plane has made remarkable new discoveries of works by Bax, Holbrooke, Milford and others: here he turns his attention to lost concerto repertoire for his instrument, the clarinet.

This album showcases rediscoveries of works by celebrated composers who have become unjustly neglected; each work adding a distinctive and fascinating new voice to the genre of the British clarinet concerto.

Iain Hamilton’s concerto – a large-scale, RPS-Award-winning work by an admired composer – has been un-played for over 50 years, probably because the orchestral parts were mislaid after just a handful of performances; Ruth Gipps was a wonderful composer simply struggling to be heard in a male-dominated musical world; Richard H Walthew left his clarinet concerto in manuscript and un- orchestrated on his death, here sentitively and stylishly orchestrated by Alfie Pugh.

This album also features John Ireland’s much-loved Fantasy Sonata. A highly successful showpiece for the clarinet, an instrument Ireland was justifiably fond of, this is superbly effective in Graham Parlett’s orchestration for clarinet and strings, bringing its joyous pastoral character to the fore.

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    Concerto for Clarinet & Orchestra, Op. 7 I. Moderato
     
    10:10
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    Concerto for Clarinet & Orchestra, Op. 7 II. Adagio sereno
     
    09:09
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    Concerto for Clarinet & Orchestra, Op. 7 III. Allegro
     
    09:17
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    Concerto for Clarinet I. Allegro non troppo e con bravura
     
    07:09
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    Concerto for Clarinet II. Andante
     
    04:27
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    Concerto for Clarinet III. Vivace
     
    05:09
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    Clarinet Concerto in G minor, Op. 9 I. Allegro moderato
     
    09:58
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    Clarinet Concerto in G minor, Op. 9 II. Lento ma con moto
     
    05:13
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    Clarinet Concerto in G minor, Op. 9 III. Vivace
     
    03:32
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    Fantasy Sonata
     
    13:33

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