Pablo Barragan / Pacini,Sophie - Boundless: Poulenc Bernstein Weinberg Prokofiev | RECORD STORE DAY
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DISC: 1

1. Poulenc: Clarinet Sonata, FP 184 I. Allegro Tristamente
2. Poulenc: Clarinet Sonata, FP 184 II. Romanza
3. Poulenc: Clarinet Sonata, FP 184 III. Allegro Con Fuoco
4. Bernstein: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano I. Grazioso
5. Bernstein: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano II. Andantino - Vivace E Leggiero
6. Weinberg: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op.28 I. Allegro
7. Weinberg: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op.28 II. Allegretto
8. Weinberg: Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, Op.28 III. Adagio
9. Prokofiev: Flute Sonata No.2 in D Major (Transcr. for Clarinet) I. Moderato
10. Prokofiev: Flute Sonata No.2 in D Major (Transcr. for Clarinet) II. Scherzo
11. Prokofiev: Flute Sonata No.2 in D Major (Transcr. for Clarinet) III. Andante
12. Prokofiev: Flute Sonata No.2 in D Major (Transcr. for Clarinet) IV. Allegro Con Brio

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Boundless: that's how one might describe these sonatas by Prokofiev, Weinberg, Bernstein and Poulenc. All of them, except the one by Poulenc, were composed during the Second World War, a fact that is worth noting, given their great virtuosity, each one exploring in a different way the boundaries of the genre. While Weinberg draws on klezmer, the music of his childhood, and Bernstein on jazz, Prokofiev, like Poulenc, chooses a classical language, treated with great freedom. Prokofiev's famous Flute Sonata in D, which appealed so immediately to the violinist David Oistrakh, is presented here in a new transcription for clarinet. Pablo Barragán and Sophie Pacini form a duo that is dynamic and refined and they are perfectly at home in this repertoire.