Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Serenade in G Major Op. 63 – Consortium Classicum – Dieter Klöcker – Helman Jung – Sonja Prunnbauer – Andreas Krecher – Thomas Duis


Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778 – 1837) – Grande Serenade for Piano, Violin, Guitar, Clarinet, and Bassoon in G Major, Op. 63
Consortium Classicum, performers: Dieter Klöcker (Clarinet), Helman Jung (Bassoon), Sonja Prunnbauer (Guitar), Andreas Krecher (Violin), Thomas Duis (Piano)

“What really impresses is the absolutely hypnotic sound world that Hummel conjures up from the combination of instruments in the Op. 63 Serenade. The Consortium Classicum’s approach is full of warmth and polish, injecting the music with a vibrancy and sparkle that sustain the listener with ongoing joy. “
(Hummel draws on operas by Weigl, Cherubini, Spontini and three by Mozart: The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni. In the booklet, Dieter Klöcker describes this work as “middle-class musical amusements”)

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