Quartet Concerto Op.131, Clarinet Concerto in F

The dates of this work might suggest that it is written in an early Romantic style - say, similar to that of Schumann or Mendelssohn. In fact, Spohr was a very conservative composer, highly critical even of the "modernism" of Beethoven. His music is very much in a late Classical form. It largely suffered the fate of pieces that are palpably behind the times, quickly passing out the repertory. In the late twentieth century it no longer seems important that this 1845 work would have been more at home in 1805.If this ... more

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RecordingLudwig Spohr - Clarinet Concerto in F minor - I. Allegro assai
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RecordingLudwig Spohr - Clarinet Concerto in F minor - II. Andante
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RecordingLudwig Spohr - Clarinet Concerto in F minor - III. Rondo
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RecordingLudwig Spohr - Quartet Concerto Op.131 - I. Allegro moderato
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RecordingLudwig Spohr - Quartet Concerto Op.131 - II. Adagio III. Rondo
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Quartet Concerto Op.131, Clarinet Concerto in F
Quartet Concerto Op.131, Clarinet Concerto in F
Quartet Concerto Op.131, Clarinet Concerto in F
Quartet Concerto Op.131, Clarinet Concerto in F
Quartet Concerto Op.131, Clarinet Concerto in F

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