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GEN 15372 3.7.2015
18.90 €

Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953)  
Violin Sonate No. 2 in D major, Op. 94bis (1943), transcription for clarinet by Kent Kennan
Moderato
Scherzo
Andante
Allegro con brio
Mieczyslaw Weinberg (1919–1996)  
Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 28 (1945)
Allegro
Allegretto
Adagio
Sergei Prokofiev (1891–1953)  
Overture on Hebrew Themes in C minor, Op. 34, for clarinet, string quartet and piano (1919)
   

Weinberg – Prokofiev


Clarinet Sonatas

Overture on Hebrew Themes

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That Annelien Van Wauwe is rightly one of the most highly demanded young clarinetists is not only shown in her victory at the 2012 ARD Music Competition. On her debut GENUIN CD, recorded with the equally internationally award-winning pianist Lucas Blondeel, the Belgian demonstrates her great skill in a wonderfully united program. In addition to Prokofiev's scintillating D major Sonata, Annelien Van Wauwe presents works with a Jewish background: both in Weinberg's much too rarely played sonata as well as in Prokofiev's Hebrew Overture her clarinet sings, she sobs and shouts, without ever losing her noble foundation. Absolutely worth listening to!

Prestoclassical
"Absolutely worth listening to!"
Review on Prestoclassical

Musicweb
"Annelien Van Wauwe is a highly talented clarinettist with a wonderfully fluid technique"
Review on the Musicweb by Steve Arloff, August 2015

BBC Music Magazine
"a strong piece with touches of klezmer and Jewish lamentation"
Review on the BBC Music Magazine by Anthony Burton, 10/15/2015

Fanfare
"this is an excellent release of far from overworked repertoire, offered in Genuin’s usual high-quality recorded sound. Van Wauwe is an outstanding clarinetist with an impeccable pedigree: Sabine Meyer, Pascal Moragues, and Alessandro Carbonare. I look forward to hearing more."
Review on the magazine Fanfare by Ronald E. Grames, 2/10/2016