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Soloists of the Orchestra Mozart

Ligeti, Schubert

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Herman van Kogelenberg, flute
Andrey Godik, oboe
Igor Armani, clarinet
Pierre Gomes, bassoon
José Vicente Castello, horn

György Ligeti
Bagatelles for wind quintet


Francesco Senese, violin
Manuel Kastl, violin
Behrang Rassekhi, viola
Gabriele Geminiani, cello
Johane Gonzalez Seijas, double bass
Mariafrancesca Latella, clarinet
Guilhaume Santana, bassoon
José Vicente Castello, horn

Franz Schubert
Octet in F major, D 803


Ever since the launching of the Orchestra Mozart, its soloists are accustomed to performing within various chamber groups ranging from the trio to the octet.  Several leading members of the orchestra (Alessandro Carbonare, Giuliano Carmignola, Guilhaume Santana, Jacques Zoon) or established soloists (Guy Braunstein, Bruno Canino, Till Fellner, Ingrid Fliter) have sometimes played in such groups. In the course of this concert, the musicians will perform Görgy Ligeti's "Six Bagatelles" for wind quintet, followed by Schubert's Octet in F major for strings and wind instruments. The piece was commissioned by Count Troyer, an excellent Viennese amateur clarinettist who requested a composition in a similar spirit to Beethoven's Septet. The light that shines from Schubert's work is such that it shadows the model. 

Ever since the launching of the Orchestra Mozart, its soloists are accustomed to performing within various chamber groups ranging from the trio to the octet.  Several leading members of the orchestra (Alessandro Carbonare, Giuliano Carmignola, Guilhaume Santana, Jacques Zoon) or established soloists (Guy Braunstein, Bruno Canino, Till Fellner, Ingrid Fliter) have sometimes played in such groups. In the course of this concert, the musicians will perform Görgy Ligeti's "Six Bagatelles" for wind quintet, followed by Schubert's Octet in F major for strings and wind instruments. The piece was commissioned by Count Troyer, an excellent Viennese amateur clarinettist who requested a composition in a similar spirit to Beethoven's Septet. The light that shines from Schubert's work is such that it shadows the model. 

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