The Barber of Neville: Howard Blake Wind Concertos
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Cat No: PTC5186506
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 23rd September 2013
WorksBassoon Concerto, op.607
Clarinet Concerto, op.329a
Flute Concerto, op.493a
Serenade for Wind Octet, op.419
ArtistsJaime Martin (flute)
Andrew Marriner (clarinet)
Gustavo Nunez (bassoon)
Academy of St Martin-in-the-Fields
Howard Blake is a living composer best known for his film scores (a.o. Snowman). This album features new classical compositions by Howard Blake, all world premiere recordings.
There is a story to the way Howard Blake and Sir Neville Marriner got to know each other: through the fact that they both have a house in Kensington and use the same hair dresser, who made the connection.
PentaTone has made a video in which Howard Blake tells the story how this album came about.
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