Works By: Albrechtsberger, Asioli, Bruch, Erzherzog Rudolf E

Dieter Klocker, Consortium Classicum

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Format: 4CD

Cat No: MDG3011967

Release Date:  03 June 2016

Label:  MDG

Packaging Type:  Box Set

No of Units:  4

Barcode:  760623196725

Genres:  Classical  Chamber Music  

  • Description

    The unforgettable Dieter Klöcker would have celebrated his eightieth birthday in 2016 – which is reason enough to commemorate this anniversary with a very special edition. Four CDs with carefully selected musical gems from the WDR audio archive, made between 1969 and 1993, demonstrate the incomparable variety of Klöcker’s work as a chamber musician.

    Since a few CD premieres are found among them, this release is a valuable rarity guaranteed to enthuse faithful fans of the legendary Consortium Classicum – and not
    only them.

    Today composers like Christian Cannabich and Georg Christoph Wagenseil have their own firm places in the annals of music history. When Dieter Klöcker first introduced their works on the concert stage, they were known at most to a few specialists. Wagenseil’s suite, which as the oldest
    composition has the honor of opening this program in a recording from 1974, shows how skillfully the Consortium Classicum was able to combine entertaining performance style with musicological foundations – from start to finish, a wonderful musical feast!

  • Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715-1777) Suite De Pièces
      • 6. Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) Octet (Parthia Nr. 2)
      • 7. Rudolph Erzherzog Von Österreich (1788-1831) Septet
      • 15. Franz Schubert (1797-1828) Military March D 733,1

      Disc 2

      • 1. Josef Myslive 10Dek (1737-1781) Concertino
      • 4. Bonifacio Asioli (1769 -1832) Sextet
      • 5. Friedrich Wilhelm Grund (1791-1874) Quintet Op. 8

      Disc 3

      • 1. Giacomo Meyerbeer (1791-1864) Quintet
      • 4. Louise Farrenc (1804-1875) Nonet
      • 8. Julius Röntgen (1855-1932) Serenade Op 14

      Disc 4

      • 1. Max Bruch (1838-1920) Septet
      • 5. Heinrich Von Herzogenberg (1843-1900) Quintet Op. 43