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Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet|Kalevi Aho : Wind Quintets Nos. 1 & 2

Kalevi Aho : Wind Quintets Nos. 1 & 2

Philharmonisches Bläserquintett Berlin

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What a difference between the the First Wind Quintet by Finnish composer Kalevi Aho, written in 2006 for the soloists of the Turku orchestra in Finland, and the Second of 2014, written for the soloists of the Berlin Philharmonic! Apart from the fact that the Second calls at various points for a piccolo in place of the flute, and a cor anglais in place of the oboe, this latter work seems broad, lyrical, and melodic, and in fact more classical than the First, which is a much more agitated, hammering work, full of violent contrasts and stabs of humour. Remember that Aho (born in 1949) studied with the famous Finnish master Einojuhani Rautavaara and then in Berlin with Boris Blacher. He is mainly known for works of great daring: seventeen symphonies to date, five operas, a number of quintets, quartets and several others – his catalogue is very impressive. As for his language, it rests on neoclassical touches, a solid counter-punctual base, a touch of irony here and there, such that he could be placed in the same vein as Schnittke, Mahler – and, of course Rautavaara. The Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet does the honours. © SM/Qobuz

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Wind Quintet No. 1 (Kalevi Aho)

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I. Agitato - Cantando
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II. Vivace, leggiero - Allegro marcato
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00:05:17

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III. Marziale, pesante - Furioso - Tempo I
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IV. Andante, con tristezza
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00:07:24

Philharmonisches Bläserquintett Berlin - Kalevi Aho, Composer

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Wind Quintet No. 2 (Kalevi Aho)

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I. Ruhig beginnend - Bewegter - Meno mosso…
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00:11:19

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II. Schnell, wild
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00:05:20

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III. Ruhig fließend
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00:08:55

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IV. Lebhaft
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00:06:25

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What a difference between the the First Wind Quintet by Finnish composer Kalevi Aho, written in 2006 for the soloists of the Turku orchestra in Finland, and the Second of 2014, written for the soloists of the Berlin Philharmonic! Apart from the fact that the Second calls at various points for a piccolo in place of the flute, and a cor anglais in place of the oboe, this latter work seems broad, lyrical, and melodic, and in fact more classical than the First, which is a much more agitated, hammering work, full of violent contrasts and stabs of humour. Remember that Aho (born in 1949) studied with the famous Finnish master Einojuhani Rautavaara and then in Berlin with Boris Blacher. He is mainly known for works of great daring: seventeen symphonies to date, five operas, a number of quintets, quartets and several others – his catalogue is very impressive. As for his language, it rests on neoclassical touches, a solid counter-punctual base, a touch of irony here and there, such that he could be placed in the same vein as Schnittke, Mahler – and, of course Rautavaara. The Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet does the honours. © SM/Qobuz

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