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CD Masters


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This week Jonathan Swain features highlights of the bassoon repertory and recordings by conductor Clemens Krauss.
Saint-Saens Bassoon Sonata in G, Op 168
Jean-Claude Montac , Anne Queffelec (piano)
10.13 J Strauss (son) Annen Polka, Op 117;
Perpetuum Mobile, Op 257 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Clemens Krauss
10.20 Mozart Bassoon Concerto in B flat, K191 Leonard Sharrow , NBC Symphony Orchestra, conductor Arturo Toscanini
10.38 Telemann Quartet in G minor, TWV43:g4 Kees Boeke (recorder), Alice Harnoncourt
(violin), Anita Mitterer (viola), Wouter Moller (cello), Bob van Asperen (harpsichord)
10.48 R Strauss Ein Heldenleben
Vienna PO, conductor Clemens Krauss
11.32 Duparc Chanson Triste ; Extase; Le Manoir de Rosemonde Leopold Simoneau (tenor), Erik Werba (piano)
11.43 Boismortier Sonata in C minor, Op 50 No 5 Frances Eustace and Andrew Watts (bassoons)
11.50 Josef Strauss Polka-Mazurka : The Dragonfly, Op 204 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Clemens Krauss


Unknown: Jonathan Swain
Conductor: Clemens Krauss.
Unknown: Jean-Claude Montac
Piano: Anne Queffelec
Conductor: Clemens Krauss
Unknown: Leonard Sharrow
Conductor: Arturo Toscanini
Unknown: Kees Boeke
Violin: Alice Harnoncourt
Viola: Wouter Moller
Cello: Bob van Asperen
Conductor: Clemens Krauss
Conductor: Duparc Chanson Triste
Tenor: Rosemonde Leopold Simoneau
Piano: Erik Werba
Piano: Boismortier Sonata
Unknown: Frances Eustace
Bassoons: Andrew Watts
Bassoons: Josef Strauss Polka-Mazurka
Conductor: Clemens Krauss

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