Mozart Clarinet Concerto Bassoon Concerto Flute Concerto No 2

Collins Anthony Monteux Pierre

Mozart Clarinet Concerto Bassoon Concerto Flute Concerto No 2
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Mozart Clarinet Concerto Bassoon Concerto Flute Concerto No 2

Collins Anthony Monteux Pierre

Catalogue # 4803608

No composer wrote better for wind instruments than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and it is our good fortune that most of his output in this sphere has survived to delight us. Many of these recordings feature legendary soloists and conductors with the London Symphony Orchestra.

The Belgian player Henri Helaerts (1907–2001) was principal of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande for almost half a century (1929–77) and made many recordings, usually with Ernest Ansermet conducting. On this occasion he was imported to London for sessions on 9–10 August 1954. Anthony Collins conducted. A month earlier, on 13–14 July, conductor and orchestra collaborated with the young British virtuoso Gervase de Peyer (b.1926) in the Clarinet Concerto. The performance of the Flute Concerto comes from a famous LP on which the American flautist Claude Monteux (b.1920) collaborated with his father, the French violist and conductor Pierre Monteux (1875–1964). The sessions, produced by that distinguished Mozartian Christopher Raeburn and engineered by the legendary Kenneth Wilkinson, took place in Decca’s West Hampstead Studios in November 1963. Our brief horn recording was part of an LP of all the Mozart Horn Concertos, made by the famous Australian-born LSO principal Barry Tuckwell (b.1931). The sessions were held at Kingsway Hall in November 1959 and April 1961 – the E major Fragment came from the latter set – and the stereo tapes were engineered by Kenneth Wilkinson.

Mozart:
Clarinet Concerto in A major, K622
Bassoon Concerto in B flat major, K191
Flute Concerto No. 2 in D major, K314
Fragment in E major, KAnh.98a

Gervase de Peyer (clarinet)
Anthony Collins
Henri Helaerts (bassoon)
Anthony Collins
Claude Monteux (flute)
Pierre Monteux
Barry Tuckwell (horn)
Peter Maag
London Symphony Orchestra

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