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franz ensemble

The concert recording of the franz ensemble from the Lambertikirche in Aurich on June 8, 2022 was broadcast on Deutschlandfunk Kultur on June 9 from 8:03 pm in the program "In Concert".

You can listen to the complete broadcast on the Deutschlandfunk Kultur website. www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de

Franz Berwald (1796-1868)
Septet for violin, viola, violoncello, double bass, clarinet, french horn and bassoon

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
String trio in C minor op. 9/3

Carl Nielsen (1865-1931)
Serenata in vano for clarinet, bassoon, french horn, violoncello and double bass

Jean Françaix (1912-1997)
Octet for 2 violins, viola, violoncello, double bass, clarinet, french horn and bassoon

françaix ensemble
Sarah Christian (violin)
Glenn Christensen (violin)
Yuko Hara (viola)
Tristan Cornut (violoncello)
Juliane Bruckmann (double bass)
Maximilian Krome (clarinet)
Rie Koyama (bassoon)
Pascal Deuber (french horn)

Photo: co. Ervis Zika

Editor DLFKultur: Stefan Lang

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Sound engineer: Eva Pöpplein
Technician: Daniel Evers

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Maurice Steger

For the tenth festival anniversary of the Gezeitenkonzerte (Tide Concerts), recorder player Maurice Steger put together a program with the renowned La Cetra Baroque Orchestra Basel, playing works by Handel, Telemann, Corelli, Vivaldi and Sarro. The concert in the Bonifatiuskirche Arle was recorded by Deutschlandfunk and will be broadcast on July 24 at 9:03 p.m. in the program "Concert Document of the Week" on Deutschlandfunk and on October 9 from 11:03 a.m. in the "Sunday Concert" on NDR Kultur.

Maurice Steger (recorders & musical direction)
La Cetra Baroque Orchestra Basel
Katharina Heutjer (violin)
Rahel Wittling (violin)
Joanna Michalak (viola)
Jonathan Pešek (cello)
Fred Uhlig (violone)
Daniele Caminiti (lute)
Joan Boronat Sanz (harpsichord)

Editors: Christiane Lehnigk, Elisabeth Richter

Recording Producer: Karola Parry
Sound Engineer: Gunther Rose
Technician: Felix Konradi

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Lucile Boulanger

Under the title "France 1658 | 2008: Back to the Future", the French musician Lucile Boulanger played works from the heyday of viola da gamba music by the French composers Sieur Dubuisson, Nicolas Hotman, Marin Marais, Le Sieur Demachy and Sieur de Sainte Colombe at the Tidal Concert in the Peter and Paul Church in Völlen. She juxtaposed these with contemporary compositions by Philippe Hersant. The concert was recorded by Deutschlandfunk.

Lucile Boulanger (viola da gamba)

Photo: co. Alex Laveau

Editors: Christiane Lehnigk, Elisabeth Richter

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Sound engineer: Eva Pöpplein
Technician: Daniel Evers

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Interview der Woche

Egils Levits in conversation with Stephan Detjen on Europe and the Ukraine war. The interview was recorded for Deutschlandfunk in the Consulate of Latvia of PARRY AUDIO.

The broadcast at Deutschlandfunk, here for re-listening

Voice recordings: Rouven Öttjes

 

 

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megamorphosen

resonanzen five "megamorphoses" - a staged concert with Jean-Guihen Queyras, Ondřej Adámek & Éric Oberdorff. Both concerts in the small hall of Hamburg's Elbphilharmonie were recorded with PARRY AUDIO's mobile technology.

From the collective to the individual, from Richard Strauss' "Metamorphoses" to a cello concerto by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Ondřej Adámek's new work, which takes place in the entire hall - the fifth resonanzen concert tells a story of outbreak and emancipation.

Adámek's new work was commissioned by Ensemble Resonanz and Konzerthaus Dortmund, funded by the Ernst-von-Siemens Music Foundation.

Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello
Ondřej Adámek, conductor
Éric Oberdorff, Concert choreography
Ensemble Resonanz

Richard Strauss (1864-1949): Metamorphoses
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788): Concerto for Cello and Strings in A minor Wq 170
Ondrej Adamek (*1979): Illusory parts of the mechanism

Camera: Florian Schmuck
Sound: PARRY AUDIO - Karola Parry, Ruth Günther

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Jazzahead

For two broadcasts at Deutschlandfunk Kultur, the gala concert of Jazzahead Bremen at the concert hall Die Glocke was recorded with PARRY AUDIO's OB van. Toronto-born singer and pianist Laila Biali opened the gala concert of the Jazzahead festival with her trio.

Moderation: Matthias Wegner, Broadcast in Concert on 23.05.2022 https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/jazzahead-laila-biali-trio-100.html

Photo: Laila Biali © Rockie Nolan

The second part of the gala concert with Malika Tirolien & band was broadcast on Deutschlandfunk Kultur in the program In Concert on 13.6.2022.

Editor: Matthias Wegner https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/malika-tirolien-band-live-in-bremen-dlf-kultur-171eedc6-100.html

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Sound engineer: Michael Jaeckel
Technician: Tim Altrichter

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Wielandgut Oßmannstedt

When Duchess Anna Amalia was looking for an intellectual conversation partner for her teenage son Carl August, her choice fell on the most popular writer in Germany at the time: Christoph Martin Wieland. 250 years ago, the poet, translator and philosopher of the Enlightenment moved to Weimar. Here, among other things, he founded the magazine "Der Teutsche Merkur" - and put Weimar on the cultural map of Germany even before Goethe's arrival.

The new permanent exhibition in the historic living quarters of the Oßmannstedt estate offers an introduction to Wieland's biography and his work in all its aspects. Matthias Brandt came to Hamburg to PARRY AUDIO for the recordings of various listening stations.

hlick here for the exhibition website

Recording, mixing and mastering: PARRY AUDIO, Karola Parry

Photo: Matthias Brand, co. Mathias Bothor

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state of ['stasis]

The urban string with Nika Son and Ensemble Resonanz.

Camera: Florian Schmuck
Sound: PARRY AUDIO - Eberhard Schnellen, Ruth Günther

Photos: Gerhard Kühne

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Santa Chiara

Rediscovery: The Opera "Santa Chiara" by Duke Ernst II in Meiningen

Romantic opera in three acts

Charlotte - Lena Kutzner, soprano
Bertha - Marianne Schechtel, mezzo-soprano
Victor - Patrick Vogel, tenor
Alexis - Johannes Mooser, baritone
Aurelius - Rafael Helbig-Kostka, tenor
Alphonse - Tomasz Wija, bass-baritone
Herbert - Mikko Järviluoto, bass

Choir of the Meiningen State Theater
Meiningen Court Orchestra
Conductor: Philippe Bach
Direction: Hendrik Müller

Photo Christina Iberl

https://www.staatstheater-meiningen.de/produktionen/santa-chiara

Recording from 18.02.2022, broadcast Deutschlandfunk Kultur on 2. April 2022, 19:05

https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/wiederentdeckung-die-oper-santa-chiara-von-herzog-ernst-ii-in-meiningen

Editor and moderation DLFKultur: Stefan Lang

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Sound engineer: Stefan Heinen
Technician: Nils Heinen

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Cage

"Melody" to be played on any suitable instrument - John Cage's "Living Room Music" blurs the boundaries between music and event. Everyone can join in and open up their own rooms.

Here you can see the video

Ensemble Resonanz

Camera: Florian Schmuck
Mixing and Mastering: Karola Parry

 

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Carnival of the Animals

For the final concert of the Festspielfruehling Rügen with Daniel Hope, the PARRY AUDIO OB van traveled to Rügen. In the Marstall of Putbus, 'The Carnival of the Animals' by Camille Saint-Saëns was on the program alongside Mozart's Clarinet Quintet in A major. Daniel Hope read the text by Roger Willemsen. Deutschlandfunk Kultur broadcast the concert already on 27.3.2022 in the program Concert at 20:03: https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de/daniel-hope-karneval-der-tiere-100.html

Daniel Hope violin, reading
Aliya Vodovozova flute
Patrick Messina clarinet
Ikki Opitz violin
Julia Turnovsky violin
Carla Maria Rodrigues viola
Yibai Chen violoncello
Nicola Mosca violoncello
Stéphane Logerot double bass
Jacques Ammon piano
Maxim Lando piano
Michael Metzler percussion

© Imago / CTK Photo / Michaela Rihova

Moderation and editor: Stefan Lang

Recording producer: Florian Schmidt
Sound engineer: Felix Epp
Technician: Martin Siemssen

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Zurich

For thirty years, the Orpheum Foundation for the Advancement of Young Soloists has been fostering musical encounters on the highest level, in which exceptional young soloists are given the opportunity to perform with renowned orchestras under the baton of major conductors. In times of Corona the foundation supports a CD production: Three young soloists play concertos by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The recording took place in the Oberstrass Church in Zurich and the PARRY AUDIO OB van traveled to Switzerland for this special project!

Stephen Waarts, violin
Ivo Dudler, horn
Can Çakmur, piano

Camerata Switzerland

Howard Griffiths, conductor

Review pizzicato by Remy Franck: "... ICMA award winner Stephen Waarts kicks things off in the 1st Violin Concerto, which he really plays with immense inspiration and sensitivity. He also shows great musicality in his own cadenzas. [...] Can Cakmur, however, shows in his own cadenzas what he is capable of when it comes to Mozart. [...] As the soloist in this recording, Dudler convinces with a round, warm sound and very nice phrasing..."

Label: Alpha Classics

recording producer: Karola Parry
technician: Ruth Günther

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checks & balances

The urban string by and with "jazz anarchist and chamber music revolutionary" Kalle Kalima was recorded with PARRY AUDIO's mobile technology.

Kalle Kalima, electric guitar
Helena Ratka, visual design
Ensemble Resonanz

Camera: Florian Schmuck
Sound: PARRY AUDIO - Karola Parry, Jakob Böttcher

Photo co Arvo Wichmann

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Bremerhaven

Touching and thoughtfully moving, but at the same time life-affirming and positive is the program of the 5th symphony concert "Transformations" at the Stadttheater. For the concert recording for Deutschlandfunk Kultur (broadcast in the concert series on February 18, 2022, 20:03), the PARRY AUDIO OB van was once again in Bremerhaven.

https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de

LERA AUERBACH Icarus
VIKTOR ULLMANN Piano Concerto op. 25
ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 7 in D minor op. 70

Piano Jorrit van den Ham
Conductor Marc Niemann
Philharmonic Orchestra Bremerhaven

Editor DLFKultur: Stefan Lang

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Sound engineer: Rouven Öttjes
Technicians: Jakob Böttcher, Ruth Günther

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Harvestehuder Sinfoniorchester

In Hamburg's Laeiszhalle, the concert of the Harvestehude Symphony Orchestra conducted by Christian Kunert was recorded with PARRY AUDIO's mobile technology. The Tragic Overture and the Piano Concerto No. 3 by Johannes Brahms were recorded for a CD with pianist Pietro Massa.

Photo: Tobias Staebler

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Technician: Martin Siemssen

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Ensemble 13/14

As part of the concert series of the Musikgemeinde Harburg e.V. in the Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, the Ensemble 13/14 of the Hochschule für Musik und Künste Hamburg played Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 7 in E minor (arr. for chamber orchestra Klaus Simon). The concert recording was realized with the mobile technology of PARRY AUDIO.

Photo Wörthersee: Johann Piber

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Technicians: Jakob Böttcher, Ruth Günther

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Black Angles

As part of the Scenic Readings of the Hamburgische Bürgerschaft on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of National Socialism, a film and accompanying teaching material on the topic of "Black Angles" were conceived. The music and readings for the film were recorded at PARRY AUDIO Studio. The film and the teaching material are available free of charge at https://hamburgwaehlt.de.

Performers: Andreas Grötzinger, Rabea Lübbe, Anne Weber, Michael Weber

Music: Jakob Neubauer, Edgar Herzog

Production: DNGL Media

Image rights: Hamburg State Archive

Concept, research, writing and direction: Michael Batz

Sound: PARRY AUDIO, Karola Parry

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Antoaneta Emanuilova

The recordings for a film with the cellist Antoaneta Emanuilova were made in the Friedrich-Ebert-Halle. She plays the 3rd Cello Suite by Johann Sebastian Bach on a baroque cello.

Video: Florian Schmuck

Recording producer: Karola Parry

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Zwischentöne

Journalist Stephan Lamby came to the PARRY AUDIO studio for the program Zwischentöne on Deutschlandfunk. The editor Paulus Müller in Cologne was integrated with SessionLink.

Foto Stephan Lamby https://www.deutschlandfunk.de

Editor: Paulus Müller

Voice recordings: Karola Parry

 

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Trois Femmes

4th Symphony Concert
"Trois Femmes de Légende" is the motto of the concert at the Stadttheater. For the concert recording for Deutschlandfunk Kultur (broadcast in the concert series on January 23, 2022, 20:03), the PARRY AUDIO OB van was in Bremerhaven.

https://www.deutschlandfunkkultur.de

MEL BONIS Trois femmes de légende
ALMA MAHLER Songs
LOUISE FARRENC Symphony No. 1 in C minor op. 32

Mezzo-soprano Sogerd Islav
Conductor Marc Niemann
Philharmonic Orchestra Bremerhaven

Graphics Stadttheater Bremerhaven

Editor DLFKultur: Stefan Lang

Recording producer: Karola Parry
Sound engineer: Rouven Öttjes
Technician: Ruth Günther

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