Monday, April 2, 2012

J.S. Bach: Transcriptions for Oboe & Orchestra

Albrecht Mayer is constantly fascinated by the idea of lending his voice (that of the oboe) to “foreign” works - pieces written for other instruments or for singers. Having sung as a child, he is especially attracted to the human voice, as the most “natural” of all instruments. He’s already provided convincing proof of that claim in the recording “Lieder ohne Worte - Bach transcriptions for oboe and orchestra”, in which the Baroque style and bel canto are delightfully combined. The CD immediately entered the German classical charts at number 2.

MP3 320 · 130 MB

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