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The Clarinotts

Ernst Ottensamer, Daniel Ottensamer, Andreas Ottensamer, Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble

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Concert Piece for Clarinet, Basset Horn and Orchestra Op. 113 (arr. by R. Schottstädt)  
1
I. Allegro con fuoco
Felix Mendelssohn; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
2:28
2
II. Andante
Felix Mendelssohn; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
2:55
3
III. Presto
Felix Mendelssohn; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
2:23
4
Trio "Soave sia il vento” from Mozart’s Così fan tutte
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
2:55
5
Fantasy on Themes from Verdi's "Rigoletto" (arr. by R. Schottstädt)
Albert Franz Doppler; Karl Doppler; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
10:01
6
La Danza (arr. by E. Schagerl)
Gioacchino Rossini; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
4:36
7
Il Convegno, Op.76 (arr. by The Clarinotts)
Amilcare Ponchielli; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
9:54
Petit Quatour  
8
II. Cantilène (arr. by R. Schottstädt)
Jean Françaix; The Clarinotts
2:28
9
Cinema 1
Bela Koreny; The Clarinotts; Wiener Virtuosen Streichensemble
10:26
10
Manhã de Carnaval (arr. by The Clarinotts)
Luiz Bonfá; The Clarinotts
5:40
11
The Chase
Olivier Truan; The Clarinotts
3:04
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    56:50
One-of-a-kind clarinet trio The Clarinotts consists of father Ernst and sons Daniel and Andreas Ottensamer, all principal clarinetists of the Vienna Philharmonic and Berlin Philharmonic Orchestras. For this album, the talented family trio has selected a programme of music for the stage, including pieces by Rossini and Mozart, recorded with string members from the Vienna Philharmonic. Youngest member Andreas received the prestigious ECHO Klassik Instrumentalist of the Year Award in 2015.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mercury Classics Studio Masters

Recording: Vienna, Casino Baumgarten, 1, 3 & 5 May 2014
Executive Producer: Dr. Alexander Buhr
Producer: Florian Rosensteiner
Recording Engineers: Ina Nikolow, Benedikt David Editing: Ina Nikolow
Mastered by Benedikt David
Mixed and mastered at Fa. Headstart Records
Project Coordinators: Annalie Schutz, Cerys Weetch
Publishers
Schott Music (Françaix); Manuscript (Koreny); Nouvelles Éditions Méridian/Chappell & Co. Inc. (Bonfá); Voice of Joy Entertainment Ltd. / Edition Mawi / Conexion Music Limited (Truan)
Arrangements: Musikverlag Rainer Schottstädt (Mendelssohn, Doppler);
Manuscripts (Rossini, Ponchielli)
Photos © Lukas Beck
Art Direction & Design: Fred Münzmaier

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