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Brahms, 3 Violin Sonatas
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Chopin, Complete Piano Works, IV
Chopin, 24 Preludes Op. 28
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Duo Naglieri Deljavan plays Brahms, Schumann, Works for clarinet and piano

Brahms, Schumann, Works for clarinet and piano

Duo Naglieri Deljavan
Michele Naglieri, Clarinet
Alessandro Deljavan, Piano

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OC85R
Classical Music
Romantic/19th Century (1820 - 1900)
58:43 / 237
Available at 88.2 kHz * 24 bit



Content
Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 120
Brahms, Johannes (1833-1897): Sonata No. 2 in E-flat major, Op. 120
Schumann, Robert A. (1810-1856): Romances, Op. 94 [3]

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The two Sonatas for clarinet and piano Op. 120, written in 1894, are the last chamber music work Brahms wrote before his death. This is a point of reference in the clarinet entire repertoire.
The Three Romances Op. 94 (1849) are a moody and easy-to-listen (and play) Schumann pieces. Originally for oboe they were also transcribed by the composer for clarinet and viola.

Naglieri and the multi-awarded pianist Deljavan formed one of the finest and sensitive stable ensemble in Italy.

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Recorded at: Teatro Montegrappa, Rosà, Vicenza, 2011
Engineer: Alessandro Simonetto
Photo/paint on cover: N/A
Art-work: ©OnClassical

Original studio master is copyrighted: OnClassical, © 2011

Michele Naglieri obtained his first and second level diplomas with the highest honors at the Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi of Milan. He also graduated with the highest marks at the Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano.

He participated in master classes with A. Carbonare, K. Leister, W. Fuchs, P. Moragues, A. Pay, R. Stoltzman, A. Lonquich, H. Helorst, A. Ballista, R. Filippini, M. Brunello, B. Canino.

He won first prizes in international competitions: Città  di Grosseto, Mercadante in Noci, Beltrami (Milano), Galbiati (Milano), Città  di Chieri (Turin), Mensi (Brescia). He won auditions as principal clarinet of the Orchestra of Arena in Verona, Teatro alla Scala Orchestra in Milan and for second clarinet in the Orchestra Regionale della Toscana (ORT).

From October 2012 he is Principal and Soloist Clarinet at Fondazione Teatro Petruzzelli in Bari and has been invited to be first clarinet in the Accademia Nazionale Santa Cecilia in Rome. He has performed on tour in the most important Asian concert halls in Malaysia, Thailand, China, Korea, as well as in Greece (Festival Epidaurus), Spain and Canada...

He regularly plays in duo with pianist Alessandro Deljavan, and with him he recorded for the labels OnClassical and ÆVEA.


Photo by © Alessandro Simonetto

Alessandro Deljavan began studying piano before he was two years old, and went on to win top prizes at national and international competitions as a child and teenager. He has since performed in the major cities of Italy, as well as in Argentina, Colombia, France, Germany, Greece, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland, and the United States, and with the Haydn Orchester, as well as the Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra.

He has recorded the works of Alkan, Brahms, Busoni, Cramer, Rubinstein, Satie, Schubert, and Schumann for the Naxos, Brilliant, OnClassical, Piano Classics, and Stradivarius labels.

He will also be featured alongside Evgeny Kissin, Antonio Pappano, and Charles Rosen in a film about Liszt, produced and broadcast by Italian RAI TV. An avid chamber musician, he has performed with the Sine Nomine Quartet, the Takàcs Quartet, and the Orchestra Sinfonica Verdi, with which he also conducted. He plays regularly with his violinist partner Daniela Cammarano as well.

Deljavan makes his home in Pescara, Italy, and is currently a Theo Lieven Scholar at the Conservatory of Lugano.


   
 

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