Muller - Concerto for Clarinet - CP6302EM
The Swiss-born clarinet virtuoso Matthias Müller is one of the most versatile and inspiring clarinet players and composers of his generation. This concerto is modelled on classical forms and deploys an aesthetic that is close to the Second Age of Modernism, which does not seek renewal in external appearance but looks for own characteristic ways in the internal structure. The harmony is based on a specific chord structure, exposed in the first part and set to shape in the next parts. The technical Clarity seeks contrasts in motivic and thematic processing of the material and in pronounced variations. This concerto has been recorded by the composer on the NEOS label (20904).