Wolfgang Amadé Mozart

Works for clarinet

released: 11/2019 by TACET

in the Concerto the strings act in small groups, and the bass section gives the overall sound completely new dimensions by adding a pianoforte. Altmann plays on a modern bassettclarinete fantastically beautiful.

Holger Arnolds

02/2020, FONO FORUM

Rameau, Chausson, Puccini, Debussy, Dukas, Satie, Pierné, Koechlin, Ravel, Gershwin & Poulenc

PARIS

released: 2016 by TACET Eigenart

The music is like a fine Chardonnay Dirk Altmann presents with his congenially shaping Japanese pianist these delicacies and makes the CD a feast of the senses.

Dieter Steppuhn

03/2016, Rohrblatt

Claude Debussy – Orchestral Works

Première Rapsodie

released: 2014 by SWRmusic/hänsslerCLASSIC

Not everything can be explained. Claude Debussy is on the program, exclusively, and at the beginning, Dirk Altmann, the princible clarinet of the Stuttgart-Radio Symphony Orchestra, plays the “Première Rapsodie” – so much to the actual. But as he does, that the music simply begins, imperceptibly, from nothing, as he breathes life into this dreamlike Kantilenen, remains his secret.
Neue Züricher Zeitung

Wolfgang Amadé Mozart

Works for clarinet

released: 11/2019 by TACET

in the Concerto the strings act in small groups, and the bass section gives the overall sound completely new dimensions by adding a pianoforte. Altmann plays on a modern bassettclarinete fantastically beautiful.

Holger Arnolds

02/2020, FONO FORUM

Rameau, Chausson, Puccini, Debussy, Dukas, Satie, Pierné, Koechlin, Ravel, Gershwin & Poulenc

PARIS

released: 2016 by TACET Eigenart

The music is like a fine Chardonnay Dirk Altmann presents with his congenially shaping Japanese pianist these delicacies and makes the CD a feast of the senses.

Dieter Steppuhn

03/2016, Rohrblatt

Claude Debussy – Orchestral Works

Première Rapsodie

released: 2014 by SWRmusic/hänsslerCLASSIC

Not everything can be explained. Claude Debussy is on the program, exclusively, and at the beginning, Dirk Altmann, the princible clarinet of the Stuttgart-Radio Symphony Orchestra, plays the “Première Rapsodie” – so much to the actual. But as he does, that the music simply begins, imperceptibly, from nothing, as he breathes life into this dreamlike Kantilenen, remains his secret.
Neue Züricher Zeitung

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