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Beethoven, Hindemith and Brahms

Robert Plane (clarinet) and the Gould Piano Trio

Although the combination of clarinet, violin, cello and piano is most closely associated with Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time, it was in fact Hindemith who first had the vision of combining these instruments in the genial, melodious, yet rarely performed, Quartet of 1938. Alongside this rarity we delve back further into the classic Austro/German tradition and present masterpieces by Beethoven and Brahms.

Ludwig van Beethoven – Variations in G Major on Wenzel Muller’s Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu, op. 121a
Paul Hindemith – Quartet for Piano Trio and Clarinet
Interval
Ludwig van Beethoven – Trio no. 4 in B flat, op. 11, Gassenhauer
Johannes Brahms – Piano Trio no. 3 in C minor, op. 101

This collaboration can be booked through either Tashmina Artists or the Gould Piano Trio.

Further proposals
Robert Plane
Recital with Benjamin Frith – I
Robert Plane (clarinet) and Benjamin Frith (piano)
Songs and Shepherds
Charlotte Bowden (soprano) Robert Plane (clarinet) and Benjamin Frith (piano)
Saint-Saëns, Fauré and Messiaen
Robert Plane (clarinet) and the Gould Piano Trio
Recital with Benjamin Frith – II
Robert Plane (clarinet) and Benjamin Frith (piano)
Coleridge-Taylor Clarinet Quintet with the Marmen Quartet
Robert Plane (clarinet) and the Marmen Quartet
Music in Theatre
Lucy Gould (violin) Robert Plane (clarinet) and Benjamin Frith (piano)
Robert Plane
Boulez and Reich
Robert Plane (clarinet)
Hamilton Clarinet Quintet
Robert Plane (clarinet) and the Maxwell Quartet
Farrenc, Takemitsu and Saint-Saëns
Robert Plane (clarinet) and the Gould Piano Trio
Mark Boden Clarinet Concerto
Robert Plane (clarinet)
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