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DK 6107
6 (Wind Quintets) - KOPPEL, H.D. / KOPPEL, A. / KOPPEL, B. (Carion)

6 (Wind Quintets) - KOPPEL, H.D. / KOPPEL, A. / KOPPEL, B. (Carion)

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 44.1Khz
album available as a Studio Master

Artists:

Carion

Ensemble

Marie Holzegel

Soloist

Carion

Chamber

Venue:

Christians Kirke, Copenhagen

Venue

Record Label
Dacapo

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 42:32
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6 (Wind Quintets) - KOPPEL, H.D. / KOPPEL, A. / KOPPEL, B. (Carion)

     
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HERMAN D. KOPPEL

 

Sonatina for Wind Quintet, Op. 16

 
1 I. Allegro moderato 3:00
2 II. Andante quieto 3:01
3 III. Allegro ma molto quieto 3:02
  Carion Ensemble
     
 

ANDERS KOPPEL

 

Sonatine for Wind Quintet

 
4 I. Moderato 7:36
5 II. Andante sostenuto 6:12
6 III. Allegro con brio 4:30
 Marie Holzegel Soloist
     
 

BENJAMIN KOPPEL

7 

Krazy Kat Music for Wind Quintet

15:11
  Carion Ensemble
     


Herman, Anders and Benjamin Koppel - three Danish composers, three generations (father, son and grandson) and three different kinds of contemporary wind quintet - from Herman’s delicate musical cubism through Anders’ more diverting style to Benjamin’s modern musical fusion af classical, jazz and salsa. All the styles appeal to the playful and experimental group Carion, who truly demonstrate their artistic scope on this debut album.

 "... The three composers share the attributes of expert craftsmanship and an understanding of the capabilities of wind instruments, building on a tradition established by Carl Nielsen. The excellent Carion musicians characterise quirky episodes and find the perfect tempo for such pieces as the gentle waltz in the first movement of Herman’s Sonatine..."

Phillip Scott - Fanfare - March/April 2014


 "... Performances and sonics are outstanding, ..."

Mark Lehman - American Record Guide - November/December 2013


                       Repertoire ****       Sound ****     Interpretation ****

Diether Steppuhn - Ensemble magazine - October/November 2013




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