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SIG 384

Debussy/Frankcaix/Glinka/Milhaud/Prokofiev - Julian Bliss

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2014

Recorded in 24 Bit / 48Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Julian Bliss

clarinet

Bradley Moore

piano

Venue:

Wyastone Concert Hall, Monmouthshire, UK

22 - 24 May 2013

Producer:

Nicholas Parker



Engineer:

Mike Hatch & Andrew Mellor



Record Label
Signum

Genre:

Instrumental


Piano

Total Time - 69:11
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CLAUDE DEBUSSY

1 

Premiere Rapsodie

7:31
   
 

FRANCAIX, JEAN

2 

Tema con Variazioni

8:46
   
 

MIKHAIL GLINKA

arr. Bliss
 

Sonata in D minor

 
3 I Allegro moderato 9:55
4 II Larghetto, ma non troppo 7:39
   
 

DARIUS MILHAUD

 

Sonatine, Op.100

 
5 I Très rude 3:28
6 II Lent 4:26
7 III Très rude 2:41
   
 

SERGEI PROKOFIEV

 

Sonata in D, Op.94

 
8 Moderato 8:42
9 Presto 5:16
10 Andante 3:46
11 Allegro con brio 7:01
  TT 69:11      
   
 Julian Bliss clarinet
 Bradley Moore piano
   


Nearly 10 years after his debut recital recording, virtuoso clarinettist Julian Bliss returns with a new programme alongside pianist Bradley Moore. Their recital combines great works (and some new arrangements) from great Russian and French composers. 

I first heard the Prokofiev a number of years ago and what struck me was not only the virtuosity required by both musicians to play it, but how intricate and beautiful it was. I knew straight away that I had to make my own arrangement of it, and after sight reading it through with Bradley there was no question about including it on this album. To me, the third movement in particular has a very French and jazzy feel to it. You could be fooled into thinking it was a piece of Debussy!” - Julian Bliss 

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