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Henri Joseph De Croes Concerto for Clarinet & Partias

Henri Joseph De Croes Concerto for Clarinet & Partias

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File

Artists:

SüdwestDeutsches Kammerorchester Pforzheim


Sebastian Tewinkel


Vlad Weverbergh

Clarinet

Jaan Bossier

Clarinet

Jan Buysschaert

Double bass

Diederik Suys

Viola

Sander Geerts

Viola

Engineer:

Jos Boerland



Record Label
Aliud

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 60:33
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Henri Joseph De Croes Concerto for Clarinet & Partias

     
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HENRI JOSEPH DE CROES

     
1 

Concerto for Clarinet - Allegro

9:59
 Sebastian Tewinkel
     
2 

Concerto for Clarinet - Andante

4:10
 Sebastian Tewinkel
     
3 

Concerto for Clarinet - Rondo

5:31
 Sebastian Tewinkel
     
4 

Partias - Andante 8 nr 6

1:22
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
5 

Partias - Andante 16 nr 1

5:38
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
6 

Partias - Allegro 30 nr 3

1:01
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
7 

Partias - Adagio 30 nr 1

4:00
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
8 

Partias - Adagio 30 nr 4

1:36
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
9 

Partias - Allegro 28 nr 12

1:03
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
10 

Partias - Andante 8 nr 2

1:30
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
11 

Partias - Adagio 30 nr 6

2:11
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
12 

Partias - Andante con variazione 16 nr 8

3:21
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
13 

Partias - Menuetto 8 nr 5

3:23
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
14 

Partias - Andantino 30 nr 11

2:57
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
15 

Partias - 29 nr 1

1:52
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
16 

Partias - Allegro 16 nr 12

2:45
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
17 

Partias - Allegro 8 nr 3

1:31
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
18 

Partias - Allegro 8 nr 1

3:35
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
19 

Partias - Allegro 8 nr 9

1:31
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
20 

Partias - Andante 8 nr 4

1:37
 Jaan Bossier Clarinet
 Diederik Suys Viola
 Sander Geerts Viola
 Jan Buysschaert Double bass
     
 Vlad Weverbergh Clarinet


In the late 18th Century, the Thurn and Taxis family of Regensburg was not only well-placed aristocracy, but also held the monopoly on the post and carriage trade in Europe. Karl Anselm, the fourth sovereign of Thurn and Taxis, was a music lover, and he made his court orchestra into one of the most known in Europe. Thanks to the influence of his famous father, Henri Jacques De Croes, from Antwerp, Henri Joseph De Croes (Brussels 1758 – Regensburg 1842) began to play violin in this orchestra when he was just seventeen years old.

The Regensburg court orchestra played a central role in the development of the clarinet in the second half of the 18th Century. The orchestra could count many different talented clarinettists in its midst, as well as other musicians who also played clarinet as their second instrument. The court library’s rich collection contains no less than 36 clarinet concerti from the second half of the 18th century, including works by Johann Stamitz, Johann Zach, Theodor Freiherr von Schacht, Vaclav Knežek and Henri Joseph De Croes, among others.

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J Boerland