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Czech Chamber Music Society ⬩ Prague Philharmonia Wind Quintet
No chamber season should lack a wind quintet – a genre popular with composers and audiences. Planned for last season, this unusual programme begins in Paris with music by Antonín (Anton) Rejcha and Darius Milhaud, continues in Bohemia with Václav Trojan’s divertimento, and ends in Britain with a suite by clarinettist and composer Norman Hallam.
Wind Quintet in E minor, Op. 88, No. 1
La cheminée du roi René, Op. 205, suite for wind quintet
Divertimento for wind quintet
Prague Philharmonia Wind Quintet
Jiří Ševčík flute
Jan Brabec clarinet
Vladislav Borovka oboe
Václav Fürbach bassoon
Mikuláš Koska French horn
Liechtenstein Palace — Martinů Hall
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