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Mozart/weber/spohr-clarinet Concerto Kv. 622

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There are plenty of other recorded performances of Mozart's and Weber's concertos to choose from, even a couple of Spohr's, but these have acquired classic status. De Peyer is at his finest in Weber's work, which finds him relishing its drama and its technical challenge. De Peyer gives a fluent, easy performance of Mozart's concerto, the Adagio is gracefully phrased, without sentimentality, and the Rondo has a delightful spring to it. The record is a pleasant tribute to his artistry. This was a longstanding top seller on LP and rightfully so. De Peyer's deft seemingly effortless fluency is a marvel with Maag and the ever reliable London Symphony complimenting him famously throughout. Decca. 2005.

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There are plenty of other recorded performances of Mozart's and Weber's concertos to choose from, even a couple of Spohr's, but these have acquired classic status. De Peyer is at his finest in Weber's work, which finds him relishing its drama and its technical challenge; he is sympathetically accompanied by another fine clarinettist of yore, Sir Colin Davis (the two of them were once the clarinet stars of the Royal College of Music). De Peyer gives a fluent, easy performance of Mozart's concerto - the Adagio is gracefully phrased, without sentimentality, and the Rondo has a delightful spring to it. The record is a pleasant tribute to his artistry.



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