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Marteau & Zemlinsky: Chamber Works

Phoenix Ensemble, Mark Lieb

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Serenade for Winds, Op. 20  
I. Entrata
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
II. Adagietto
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
III. Scherzino
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
IV. Tema con variazioni
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
Clarinet Quintet in C Minor, Op. 13  
I. Andante - Moderato assai
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
II. Allegretto moderato
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
III. Andante sostenuto
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
IV. Finale. Andante sostenuto - Allegro molto
Henri Marteau; Phoenix Ensemble; Mark Lieb
Clarinet Trio in D Minor, Op. 3  
I. Allegro ma non troppo
Alexander Zemlinsky; Mark Lieb; Alice Yoo; Wayne Weng
II. Andante
Alexander Zemlinsky; Mark Lieb; Alice Yoo; Wayne Weng
III. Allegro
Alexander Zemlinsky; Mark Lieb; Alice Yoo; Wayne Weng
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:19
New York-based clarinetist Mark Lieb and his Phoenix Ensemble aim to "inspire a new and diverse audience for classical music" through albums like this, presenting turn of the 19th century chamber pieces by late romantic French composer Henri Marteau and Austrian composer Alexander Zemlinsky. With the selection of a mysterious figure like Marteau, the Phoenix Ensemble makes a lesser-known body of work sound like an old classic, educating modern listeners about a talented writer who had been largely unnoticed in his own era and forgotten by the passage of time. Zemlinsky's Clarinet Trio closes the programme in a stunning display of originality, with piano and cello joining Lieb on clarinet.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Navona Studio Masters

Recorded at Dreamflower Studios, Bronxville, NY, March 21 and 22, 2014 (Clarinet Quintet), March 24 and 25, 2015 (Clarinet Trio) and February 4, 2016 (Serenade)
Recording session producer: Mark Lieb
Recording session engineer: Jeremy Tressler

Executive producer: Bob Lord
Executive A&R: Sam Renshaw
A&R: Chris Robinson
Audio director: Jeff LeRoy
Engineering manager: Lucas Paquette
Art and production director: Brett Picknell
Graphic design: Ryan Harrison
Marketing: Scott Murphy

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