3. 3. Danse-Sérénade. 4. La Foire du Niolo. 5. Concerto pour hautbois et orchestre de chambre. Concerto pour basson et orchestre de chambre.
Henri Tomasi: Divertimento Corsica; Oboenkonzert; Fagottkonzert; KlarinettenKonzert. Farao Classics B108062.
Henri Tomasi; Trio d'anches Hamburg, Olivier Tardy, German Strings. Concertos pour trompette & trombone, Noces de cendres. Henri Tomasi; Éric Aubier, Fabrice Millischer, Orchestre d'Harmonie de la Garde Républicaine, François Boulanger, Sébastien Billard. La Pastorale des santons de Provence. Yvan Audouard, Henri Tomasi.
Divertimento Corsica. 1. I. Paghiella Henri Tomasi; Trio d'anches Hamburg. 2. II. Cimetière marin Henri Tomasi; Trio d'anches Hamburg. Two of the three concertos presented on this album (for clarinet and bassoon) were commissioned by the Paris Conservatoire as entry audition pieces. The third concerto (for oboe) which was written at the same time as the ballet "Jabadao", is based on the same musical material and moulds this into traditional concert form. The beginning of the oboe concerto is reminiscent of a "Vocero", which is a ceremony performed for the deceased, in which a woman who was professional mourner would declaim dirges and songs of lament
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CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered. 1-3 & 7-9 originally released in 1974 Klarinettenkonzert (Clarinet Concerto), Fagottkonzert (Bassoon Concerto) 4-6 originally released in 1975 Flötenkonzert (Flute Concerto) Nr. 1, Oboenkonzert (Oboe Concert).
Home Classical Tomasi Henri Henri Tomasi - Wind Concertos (2011). Henri Tomasi - Wind Concertos (2011). Rupert Wachter, clarinet Christian Kunert, bassoon Nicolas Thiébaud, oboe German String Orchestra Olivier Tardy – conductor. Although the French composer Henri Tomasi (1901-1971) started practicing his trade at an early age, it was only after winning the "Prix de Rome" in 1927 that he started to take his rightful place among the foremost French composers of the time. Still, only after the Second World War was he able to unleash his full creative powers. A composer with a leaning for lyric stage-works, Tomasi applied himself in equal measure to the concerto genre.