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FARRENC: Nonet / Clarinet Trio

FARRENC: Nonet / Clarinet Trio

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:


Consortium Classicum

Ensemble

Consortium Classicum



Venue:

Hans Rosbaud-Studio, Baden-Baden, Germany



Record Label
Divox

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 56:31
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LOUISE FARRENC

     
 

Nonet in E flat major, Op. 38

 
1 I. Adagio - Allegro 12:30
 Consortium Classicum Ensemble
2 II. Andante con moto 7:29
 Consortium Classicum Ensemble
3 III. Scherzo: Vivace 5:03
 Consortium Classicum Ensemble
4 IV. Adagio - Allegro 5:28
 Consortium Classicum Ensemble
     
 

Clarinet Trio in E flat major, Op. 44

 
5 I. Andante - Allegro moderato 10:02
 
6 II. Adagio 6:35
 
7 III. Minuetto: Allegro 3:38
 
8 IV. Finale: Allegro 5:46
 

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Farrenc: Nonet, Op. 38; Clarinet Trio, Op. 44 – Consortium Classicum

Jeanne-Louise Farrenc (1804 – 1875) was one of the most outstanding French women composers of the nineteenth century. Though practically unknown today, she belonged to the generation of composers who played a key role in the evolution of musical composition both in the first half of the nineteenth century (Mendelssohn, Chopin, Schumann) and in the second (Liszt, Wagner, Verdi). Born into an artistic Parisian family, she was already studying with Antoine Reicha at the Paris Conservatoire at the age of fifteen. After quickly earning a solid reputation for her piano pieces and songs, she began to compose orchestral works. She even drew words of praise from her famous colleague Hector Berlioz, albeit double-edged: ‘Well written, and orchestrated with a talent rare among women.’ Despite a number of other successful works, Jeanne-Louise Farrenc was never able to shake off this condescending male evaluation of her talent. It is time for us today to rediscover this exceptional composer.



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