Music for a Prussian Salon: Franz Tausch in Context

Emily Worthington (Performer), Fiona Mitchell (Performer), Robert Percival (Performer), Anneke Scott (Performer), Kate Goldsmith (Performer)

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A CD of late-18th and early-19th-century chamber music recorded by Boxwood & Brass, including ensemble performances and liner essay by Emily Worthington (classical clarinet). All works are world premiere recordings, except the Crusell which is the first recording on period instruments.

Emily Worthington - clarinet, Fiona Mitchell- clarinet, Robert Percival - bassoon, Anneke Scott - natural horn, Kate Goldsmith - natural horn.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationMalton
Media of outputCD
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2016

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    Worthington, E. (Performer), Mitchell, F. (Performer), Percival, R. (Performer), Scott, A. (Performer), & Goldsmith, K. (Performer). (2016). Music for a Prussian Salon: Franz Tausch in Context. Performance, Malton: Resonus.