WILHELM VON GRUNELIUS (b.1942): Chant d’Automne for Flugelhorn, Timpani and String Orchestra* (Koen Plaetinck [timpani], Budapest Festival Orchestra), IVÁN FISCHER (b.1951): Eine Deutsch-Jiddische Kantate for Soprano, Trumpet and Strings (Nora Fischer [soprano], Budapest FO; Iván Fischer), KARL AMADEUS HARTMANN (1905-1963): Concertino for Trumpet and 7 Solo Instruments (Arno Piters [clarinet], Davide Lattuada [bass clarinet], Gustavo Nuñez [bassoon], Simon Van Holen [contrabassoon], Jacco Groenendijk [trumpet], Fons Verspaandonk [horn], David Kutz [tuba], Lucas Macía Navarro [conductor]), PAUL HINDEMITH (1895-1963): Trumpet Sonata {Eriko Takezawa [piano]). * - First Recording.

Catalogue Number: 10S079

Label: Channel Classics

Reference: CCS 37716

Format: CD

Price: $20.98

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Description: Grunelius’ dark and threatening 12-minute work was inspired both by the darkly looming North Sea on the German coastline in late autumn and by Baudelaire’s dread-filled poem which gives the piece its title (the poem and English translation are helpfully included). Not advertised as a first recording but unavailable on disc is the 1933 Concertino by Hartmann, a 14-minute work of jazzy associations which also refers to the opening melody of Stravinsky’s Sacre in its second movement. The manuscript of this was discovered only in 2000; Hartmann reused some of its material in his fourth symphony. Wim Van Hasselt (trumpet, flugelhorn).

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