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Nicola Boud Clarinet
Sabine Devieihe Soprano
Jane Gower Bassoon 
Sophie Gent Viola 
Kristian Bezuidenhout Fortepiano

Supported by
Mr Hedley G Wright

Wednesday 14 August
  • Running time: 
    1 hour, 45 minutes

Playing four classics from the chamber repertoire on the same number of historical clarinets, Australian-born Nicola Boud reveals how instrument design influenced the course of music, and vice versa.

Joined by a group of international period players, she performs the sparkling ‘Kegelstatt’ Trio, one of the masterpieces that grew from Mozart’s love for the newly invented clarinet and served to establish it as a concert instrument.

Schubert’s emotionally potent The Shepherd on the Rock is a gripping mini-opera for soprano, clarinet and piano, and Glinka’sTrio pathétique is a passionate work inspired by unrequited love.

Brahms’s love of the clarinet even brought him out of retirement for two late sonatas, the second of which is a masterpiece of introspective beauty.

This concert will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 3.

The Queen's Hall

85-89 Clerk Street
Edinburgh
EH8 9JG

Supported by
Mr Hedley G Wright

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Nicola Boud Clarinet
Sabine Devieilhe Soprano
Jane Gower Bassoon
Sophie Gent Viola
Kristian BezuidenhoutFortepiano

Mozart Trio in E flat ‘Kegelstatt’
Schubert The Shepherd on the Rock
Glinka Trio pathétique
Brahms Sonata in E flat Op 120 No 2

Image: Eric Larrayadieu

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