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Michael Fine

Five For Five

Evidence Classics

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Flute Quintet 3rd movement: Adagio with Alice K Dade
Bassoon Quintet 1st movement
'Elegy for ...' Robert Walter, English Horn
Quintet for Oboe and String Quartet: II. Larghetto
Clarinet Quintet with Anton Rist
Oboe Quintet with Xiaodi Liu, Mozaic Quartet from 'Five for Five'
'Concierto del Luna' for Flute, Guitar and Ensemble
Chamber Symphony
LIVING MUSIC Interview
Arkansas Symphony Orchestra - in conversation
The Producer's Role
Michael Fine - Concierto del Luna
Michael Fine - Chamber Symphony, Prague Philharmonia, Emmanuel Villaume
1 Quintet for Bassoon and Strings / Allegro scherzando  
2 Largo  
3 Allegro  
4 Elegy for ...  
5 Quintet for Clarinet and String Quartet / Andante lyrico  
6 Adagio  
7 Allegro  
8 Quintet for Oboe and String Quartet / Adagio. Andante cantabile  
9 Larghetto  
10 Moderato  
11 Quintet for Flute and String Quartet / Moderato  
12 Andante piacevole  
13 Adagio  
14 Allegro  
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Paris based Evidence Classics release their second recording of Michael Fine's music: Five for Five – Five Quintets for five woodwind soloists and string quartet. The recording was made following performances at Festival Mozaic in San Luis Obispo with musicians from leading musical organisations including the Metropolitan Opera, Cleveland Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, and Atlanta Symphony among others. These are all world premiere recordings. Michael Fine produced the recording. Jin Choi was engineer for the sessions at Cuesta College's Harold J. Miossi Center for the Performing Arts.  Evidence Classics are distributed world-wide by Harmonia Mundi/PIAS and can be heard on all the major streaming services including Apple Music, Spotify, and Idagio.

"It is a lot of fun to make music with close friends. It is a privilege to bring to life the music of a great composer, who also happens to be a friend. This recording is both.  Performing these pieces was so interesting. They look extremely simple upon face value, but even after a few measures we all realized that each phrase was very complex and detailed. We all got the best results when we relaxed and purged our minds of any restless thoughts – Michael's music, very much like Copland's, demands a certain amount of serenity. My colleagues and I hope we have done the music justice in this album." - Scott Yoo, Director, Festival Mozaic, Violin 1, Mozaic Quartet 

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