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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

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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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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

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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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