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    Quote Originally Posted by arnerich View Post
    The Brahms and Mozart Clarinet quintets are some of the greatest pieces I know. I wouldn't compare them as much admire how beautifully they compliment each other. To hear both on a single concert program, what more could one ask for?
    In short: nothing, would be a dream concert.
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    This is absolutely one of my desert island CDs:

    https://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Clarin...FF35W8BD7MGEWA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olias View Post
    This is absolutely one of my desert island CDs:

    https://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Clarin...FF35W8BD7MGEWA
    Love Martin Fröst.
    His CD'S are a joy to listen to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Olias View Post
    This is absolutely one of my desert island CDs:

    https://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Clarin...FF35W8BD7MGEWA
    Frost's recording of the concerto here is perfection, my favorite. But his quintet is down the list a bit for me. I like the classic Thea King recording best.
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    Several Sundays ago I hear concert give by Stanley Drucker and friends--he lives very close to me. Drucker played with the NY.Phil for 45 years and I must say he still has his "chops". A nice concert of Mozart and Beethoven, and a bit of Pops to round it out.

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    Drucker is astonishing. I attended his farewell concert with the NYPhil. He played the Copland Concerto, which is not an easy work.

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    wrong thread, sorry
    Last edited by Pugg; Feb-07-2017 at 16:55.
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