- Wilfred Strehle (Viola)
- Hans Lemke (Bassoon)
- Saschko Gawriloff (Violin)
- Gerd Seifert (French Horn)
- Rainer Zepperitz (Double Bass)
- Alois Brandhofer (Clarinet)
- Rainer Mehne (Violin)
- Peter Steiner (Cello)
Notes & Reviews:
The Berlin Philharmonic Octet is the oldest chamber music ensemble associated with the orchestra. It was founded in 1928 when eight Philharmonic musicians appeared for a public performance of Schubert's Octet to mark the centenary of the composer's death. This recording celebrates the 70th anniversary of the ensemble.
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Works DetailsSchubert, Franz : Octet for Clarinet, Horn, Bassoon and Strings in F major, D 803/Op. 166
- Performers: Wilfred Strehle (Viola); Hans Lemke (Bassoon); Saschko Gawriloff (Violin); Gerd Seifert (French Horn); Rainer Zepperitz (Double Bass); Alois Brandhofer (Clarinet); Rainer Mehne (Violin); Peter Steiner (Cello)
- Ensemble: Berlin Philharmonic Octet
- Notes: Teldec Studio, Berlin, Germany (01/02/1998-01/05/1998)
- Running Time: 62 min. 2 sec.
- Period Time: Romantic
- Form: Chamber Music
- Written: 1824