Aaron Copland Clarinet Concerto

Andreas Ottensamer - Portraits - The Clarinet Album (2013) {Mercury-Deutsche Grammophon 00289 481 0131}

Andreas Ottensamer - Portraits - The Clarinet Album (2013) {Mercury-Deutsche Grammophon 00289 481 0131}
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© 2013 Mercury Classics / Decca / Deutsche Grammophon | 00289 481 0131
Classical / Concerto / Chamber Music / Clarinet

Mercury Classics/Deutsche Grammophon has released the debut album of Austrian clarinettist Andreas Ottensamer, the first ever solo clarinettist to sign an exclusive agreement with the Yellow Label. Portraits – The Clarinet Album features concertos by Copland, Spohr and Cimarosa, plus arrangements of short pieces. Andreas Ottensamer is accompanied on the recording by the Rotterdam Philharmonic under Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
VA - Classical Oboe, Clarinet, And Flute Performances: The Definitive Collection (2016)

VA - Classical Oboe, Clarinet, And Flute Performances: The Definitive Collection (2016)
MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 03:06:47 | 436 Mb
Genre: Classical Music, Instrumental, Easy Listening / Label: Sony Music Odyssey

Sony Music Odyssey Presents Classical Oboe, Clarinet, And Flute Performances: The Definitive Collection , includes another 40 amazing Classical Music, Instrumental, Easy Listening. Must have for all Classical Music, Instrumental, Easy Listening lovers, when Support artists Alexander Kiskachi, St. Petersburg Orchestra & Alexander Titov, Hansjörg Schellenberger & Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra, Frans Brüggen, Edward Witsenburg, Frans Vester & Mozart Ensemble Amsterdam, Marie-Céline Labbé & Amanda Keesmaat, Benny Goodman, Columbia Symphony Orchestra & Aaron Copland filled with the contrast of this selection. Our website offers publication are available for acquaintance of listening and acquisition. The material is designed and signed as a reference on your choice of several exchangers file. Convenience, reliability and availability, is the property of our portal, efficiency and commitment to new heights, as well as the immensity of the creative transformation.
Andreas Ottensamer, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Portraits: The Clarinet Album (2013)

Andreas Ottensamer, Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Portraits: The Clarinet Album (2013)
MP3 (CBR 320 kbps) | 00:57:22 | 138 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Deutsche Grammophon

A glance at the Wikipedia entry for the 24-year-old clarinetist Andreas Ottensamer makes you rub your eyes. He has attained a remarkable curriculum vitae, beginning with his appointment as principal clarinetist of the Berlin Phil. and his acceptance at Harvard. His father and older brother are both principal clarinetists with the Vienna Phil. (the family is from upper Austria). Why should such a fantastic tale stop there? Andreas has also won competition first prizes on cello and piano, and he is the first clarinetist to be signed as an exclusive DG artist. One wonders if he glows in the dark.

Richard Stoltzman - Essential Clarinet (1992)  Music

Posted by peachfuzz at June 29, 2007
Richard Stoltzman - Essential Clarinet (1992)

Richard Stoltzman: Essential Clarinet (1992)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 228 MB

Okay, at the risk of sounding crazy, Richard Stoltzman is the greatest thing that ever happened to clarinet music!! There are no words to describe the great talent he displays on this CD. I've personally perfomed the Copland Concerto (not anywhere nearly as well as him, though) and I'm baffled by his technical skill and how easy he makes it sound. I've heard many versions of this (including the original by Goodman) and Stoltzman's jazzy interpretation is wonderful and not at all over-done (as far as smears and what not). The Stravinsky is really nice, but might take a little getting used to. I really enjoy it though. The Berstein is really nice, but I do agree w/ another review which said it was largely filler… there isn't a whole lot of clarinet in the "Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs", but what there is is fantastic.

The Aaron Copland Collection: Orchestral & Ballet Works (1936-1948)  Music

Posted by scoredaddy at Nov. 22, 2008
The Aaron Copland Collection: Orchestral & Ballet Works (1936-1948)

The Aaron Copland Collection: Orchestral & Ballet Works (1936-1948)
FLAC + CUE | Complete Artwork Scans: 1.00 GB | 3 CDs
1990 | CBS | Classical

If you want a prime collection of Copland's more accessible works, this is it. Yes, it's true that Bernstein's recordings of individual pieces are often bolder and livelier; but this set offers the composer's own authoritative view of his work, and for that reason alone it is priceless. In addition, it includes virtually all the orchestral pieces he composed during his "populist phase," from El Salon Mexico (1936) to the Clarinet Concerto (1948). You won't find some of these lesser-known gems, such as An Outdoor Overture (1938) or Letter from Home (1944, written–like Rhapsody in Blue–for Paul Whiteman), on typical single-disc Copland compilations. I'd even go so far as to claim this as one of the four indispensable compilations of American instrumental music from the first half of the twentieth century (the others on my list–in case anyone cares–are Joshua Rifkin playing Scott Joplin, Oscar Levant playing Gershwin, and the Blanton-Webster band recordings of Duke Ellington).
Fabrizio Meloni - Mozart: Clarinet Concerto - Adagio and Fugue - Clarinet (2016)

Fabrizio Meloni - Mozart: Clarinet Concerto - Adagio and Fugue - Clarinet (2016)
Classical | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 01:08:25 | 157 MB
Label: Deutsche Grammophon (DG)

Fabrizio Meloni, since 1984, is the First Solo clarinet chair of the Orchestra and the Philharmonica of La Scala Theatre in Milan. He has finished his clarinet studies at Milan’s Conservarory “G. Veri” with summa cum laude and the special mention for his artistic achievement.
Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony - Aaron Copland The Populist (2000)

Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony - Aaron Copland The Populist (2000)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 307 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 207 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: RCA Victor Red Seal | # 09026-63511-2 | Time: 01:16:30

The three Copland classics on this disc–Billy the Kid, Appalachian Spring and Rodeo–are all ballet scores, and from the very first bars of Billy, with its evocative depiction of the wide-open prairies, you are firmly in the territory of music that tells a story. But you don't need to follow all the ins and outs of each story to enjoy music which paints as vivid a picture of rural America as you could hope for. If the sprightly "Hoe Down" from Rodeo brings a splash of colour to concert programmes, the remarkable thing about so much of the music in these three pieces is how quietly sensitive it is. And while Michael Tilson Thomas does not hold back in wringing every last ounce of splashy razzmatazz, he is equally the master of introspective music which clearly demonstrates that you don't need to be loud to be a populist. The recordings were made in the San Francisco Symphony's home, Davies Symphony Hall. You couldn't hope for more authentic performances than this–more than 76 minutes of dyed-in-the-wool Americana.
Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony, Garrick Ohlsson - Aaron Copland The Modernist (1996)

Michael Tilson Thomas, San Francisco Symphony, Garrick Ohlsson - Aaron Copland The Modernist (1996)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 323 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 179 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: BMG | # 09026-68541-2 | Time: 01:06:19

Aaron Copland may well be the best-known, the most loved, and the all-around greatest of twentieth century American composers, but his music from the '20s and '30s is still relatively unknown, still relatively unloved, and of still questionable greatness. Was Copland the Modernist too far out to connect to a big audience so he re-created himself as Copland the Populist to become the best-known, most loved, and greatest American composer? But was his Piano Concerto from 1926 really too jazzy and vulgar, his Symphonic Ode from 1928 really too cerebral and severe, his Piano Variations from 1930 really too harsh and austere, and his Short Symphony from 1934 really too rhythmic and complex or was it lack of familiarity made them seem so? From this 1996 recording by Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony, one would have to vote for the latter because Copland the Modernist is every bit as great a composer as Copland the Populist.
George Gershwin · Aaron Copland · Samuel Barber - American Piano Concertos (2013)

George Gershwin · Aaron Copland · Samuel Barber - American Piano Concertos (2013)
Classical | Chandos CHSA 5128 | 2013 | 75:44 | EAC (FLAC, cue, log) | Full PDF Scans | Various File Hosts | 283 MB
Xiayin Wang (piano), Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Peter Oundjian (conductor)

Samuel Barber, sticking broadly to the European concerto format and ethos, produced a three-movement work that in many respects is gestural, with, as is revealed in the beautiful slow movement, the sheer gorgeousness of which he was capable in composition. Aaron Copland's short concerto, on the other hand, embraces the full jazz idiom and is a blazing masterpiece that should be played more often in concert. And, coming from the other end and in a different direction, we have George Gershwin, getting his inimitable style and memorable tunes into the brilliant and breezy classical format of his Piano Concerto, breathtakingly played by Wang and the RSNO, an orchestra clearly comfortable in the idiom.

Aaron Copland - early works  Music

Posted by dakszhund at Feb. 15, 2009
Aaron Copland - early works

Aaron Copland - early works 1922 - 1935
MP3 | TT: cc 150' | Covers | Booklet | 325 MB | 4 parts

This is an excellent collection of Aaron Copland’s early orchestral works, written when the composer was in his twenties and mid-thirties.