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Concerto pour clarinette op.5, Concerto pour clarinette et basson, Symphonie en Mi bémol majeur

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  • Interprète: Sebastian Manz, Albrecht Holder
  • Chef d'orchestre: Hermann Baeumer
  • Compositeur: Christian Westerhoff
  • CD (13 juin 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Cpo
  • ASIN : B007ZJ1M9C
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Cpo has finally found the composer who should actually be their house composer: Christian Westerhoff from Osnabrück. This Mozart contemporary was the son of an Osnabrück town musician and very soon found a post as a violinist and double bassist at the closest court chapel. On this recording of orchestral works the young clarinettist Sebastian Manz performs alongside Albrecht Holder on bassoon. They are accompanied by the Osnabrück Symphony Orchestra.

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Un très joli concerto pour clarinette et orchestre op5, un concerto pour clarinette et basson et orchestre pas très intéressant pour moi sur le plan musical (plutôt triste !!!)et pour terminer une symphonie très agréable à écouter dans un esprit très classique.
Il est toujours intéressant de découvrir d'autres compositeurs de musique.
Juste un peu déçu par le concerto pour clarinette et basson !!!
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Encore un compositeur plus qu'oublié qui se révèle bien plus qu'un habile faiseur. Les musiciens s'investissent dans ce disque qui est un vrai moment d"hédonisme sonore. On se demande bien pourquoi ces oeuvres ne sont pas plus jouées. Mettez les sur votre platine et vous serez aussitôt conquis par la fluidité, le mélodisme et la couleur de ces pièces.
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HASH(0x9d9fba50) étoiles sur 5 A Clarinet Concerto gem 29 octobre 2012
Par Mr. S. Greenbank - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There are very few biographical details about Christian Westeroff (1763-1806), but he was a contemporary of Haydn and Mozart and we see the influence of Haydn especially in these three works. Son of a musician. he performed in the Burgsteinfurt Court Chapel as a violinist and double bassist before embarking on a career as a virtuoso. He finished his career as a court concertmaster before dying at the early age of forty two. On this CD we are offered two wind concertos and a symphony.

The jewel of the CD is, in my opinion, the clarinet concerto, beautifully played by Sebastian Manz. It begins in a very Haydnesque way. For me, there are lots of beautiful melodies and the work, as a whole, is highly inventive. The clarinet writing is wonderful and, not playing the instrument myself, I would imagine it gives the player a technical challenge in showing off his skill. I think this concerto should be played much more often and become a more performed part of the clarinettist's repertoire. There is an allegro first movement, an adagio second movement and a rondo finale.

The concerto for clarinet and bassoon follows a similar pattern with it's movements. Once again we find melodious, catchy melodies. There is excellent writing for the clarinet and bassoon and they both intertwine in the writing. It is a mark of Westerhoff's ingenuity that he writes so well for these instuments considering he was a string player.

The symphony in E flat is a four movement work. It begins with a slow introduction, leading to a poco presto. This is followed by a tuneful andante. The allegretto movement can easily be mistaken for something by Haydn and it was certainly influenced by the great master. A presto finale follows. I did not find the symphony as enjoyable as the two concertos. I felt it generally lacked imagination and inventiveness. It is a very derivative work. The finale I found mundane. In short, not very memorable.

Despite my reservations , I do not think the Cd should be shunned because of the symphony's limitations but should be greatly welcomed because of the two very fine wind concertos. The Symphonieorchester Osnabruck is excellent, under the baton of Hermann Baumer. The two wind soloists are wonderful and play with such commitment. The sound quality is excellent as so are the booklet notes.
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HASH(0x9da24858) étoiles sur 5 Westerhoff - A Forgotten Master 29 octobre 2012
Par Luke Agati - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Here, with usual delight, CPO has accomplished another new compilation of masterful works by one of hundreds, if not thousands, of skillful composers dismally forgotten for countless generations. One wonders why the musical world over the past 180 years, has been showered by the music of greater eighteenth-century composers, yet very few of their contemporaries, and even those who have had some influence on them, were ever given some coverage on the concert platforms. All I can say is that thank goodness we live in an age where the re-introduction of music by disregarded, but highly skilled, composers has been made readily available on CD. For the modern music lover, the advent of rediscovered masterpieces, original style performances and CD recordings, has opened our eyes, has broadened our mind, but above all continues to give us a greater pleasure and appreciation of art music beyond Bach, Handel and Mozart; particularly with CPOs many recordings.

This latest release featuring two concertos and a symphony by Christian Westerhoff confirms that he too is among these highly accomplished but forgotten masters. A court musician, his music is sublime; his melodies are intensely lyrical, they are refined and highly elegant. The main theme in the rondo in the double concerto for clarinet and bassoon (1790) is so catchy that the main melody simply lingers on in the hearer's mind well after the performance. The clarinet concerto (c1798) possesses the unusual distinction in having the soloist, together with the orchestra, open the first movement. After an extremely lyrical slow second movement, aided by the beautiful playing of the Osnabruck Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Hermann Baumer, the clarinetist (Sebastian Manz) concludes the work with a sprightly, energetic and memorable set of variations on an unforgettable theme. In both concertos Westerhoff supplies virtuoso writing, and here both Sebastian Manz and Albrecht Holder (the bassoonist) deliver technical brilliancy from start to finish, which include sparkling solo and duet cadenzas. In his symphony in E flat major (1796), Westhoff provides his score with an additional trumpet, horns and timpani. With clever construction, he introduces the timpanist in usual majestic guise, but soon lets the confined `animal' on the loose. An imitator of the Viennese School, Westerhoff's symphony has other remarkable features in its demeanor. After a lyrical second movement, a satirical-like minuet is followed in a somewhat Haydnesque fancy. The sparkling and highly energetic Presto finale, which brings all performers together, with its comic style grandeur is unforgettable and would surely bring down the house if performed in todays concert hall. This is a marvelous recording of unfamiliar music from the Viennese School. CPO you've won me over, once again.
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HASH(0x9d9fbf9c) étoiles sur 5 Little Known Music that's Pretty Good in the Payoff 8 mai 2013
Par J. R. Trtek - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I pretty much fall in line with the two reviewers who preceded me here. The two wind concertos by Westerhoff on this disc are engaging delights, and it's fun to follow the clarinet in the one piece and clarinet and bassoon in the other as the soloists wend their ways through each rather fun passage. Those two other reviewers split a bit with respect to the symphony, with one liking it a lot and the other finding it quite unremarkable. I admit it's not remarkable, but I confess I side more with the reviewer who was taken with the work. After a slow start, we get a powerful first movement with some nice drum accents, followed by Andante and Allegretto movements that are almost worthy of Haydn in spots. I did find the Presto finale a bit of a letdown -- though there is speed, I found the music at the end ultimately too repetitious and a bit weak. Still, the symphony as a whole is above average, I think, and when you toss in the pair of concertos you've got an album of pretty good music by a little-known Classical era composer. Recommended.
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