, March 2014
…the “Alleluias”…are sung with impressive security and control here by Christiane Karg.
The Sérénade of 1945…[was performed by] Schilli and Triendl…The Sérénade…stretches the oboist’s technique; but here, as everywhere throughout this recital, Schilli meets each virtuosic demand while maintaining a polished, plangent tone.
The…duos are equally impressive. The Sonatine for oboe and bassoon showcases the composer’s skill in maintaining musical interest with a limited sonic palette.
…Controversia for oboe and harp…is a technical showpiece, displaying the avant-garde glissandos, rapid trills, and bent notes…
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