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"In the terrible period when we were all deprived of culture, Mozart's music has really been life-saving for me, it has truly filled my life. To make up for these months of solitary confinement, I have worked on several recording and composition projects. But for want of partners, audiences, encounters, I was overwhelmed with a great feeling of emptiness. Music only makes sense if is shared.' For Raphaël Sévère, this recording represents a return to the artist's life, and a rebirth with Mozart.
"In the terrible period when we were all deprived of culture, Mozart's music has really been life-saving for me, it has truly filled my life. To make up for these months of solitary confinement, I have worked on several recording and composition projects. But for want of partners, audiences, encounters, I was overwhelmed with a great feeling of emptiness. Music only makes sense if is shared.' For Raphaël Sévère, this recording represents a return to the artist's life, and a rebirth with Mozart.
3760127226277

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Format: CD
Label: Mirare
Rel. Date: 11/18/2022
UPC: 3760127226277

Mozart: Clarinet Works
Artist: Severe, Raphael
Format: CD
New: Available $23.98
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DISC: 1

1. Mozart: Concerto Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.622: I. Allegro
2. Mozart: Concerto Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.622: II. Adagio
3. Mozart: Concerto Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.622: III. Rondo. Allegro
4. Mozart: Concerto Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.622: IV. Allegro
5. Mozart: Quintette Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.581: I. Larghetto
6. Mozart: Quintette Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.581: II. Menuetto
7. Mozart: Quintette Pour Clarinette en la Majeur, K.581: III. Allegretto Con Variazioni

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"In the terrible period when we were all deprived of culture, Mozart's music has really been life-saving for me, it has truly filled my life. To make up for these months of solitary confinement, I have worked on several recording and composition projects. But for want of partners, audiences, encounters, I was overwhelmed with a great feeling of emptiness. Music only makes sense if is shared.' For Raphaël Sévère, this recording represents a return to the artist's life, and a rebirth with Mozart.
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