Sunday, May 28, 2017

Mozart: Wind Divertimenti (Danish Radio members)

Resuming my uploads of records from Denmark (actually, the one pictured above is from the reclaimed record pile), I present two Mozart divertimenti for wind sextet. These were recorded five years apart, yet share three of the players between them, including the leader of the ensemble, oboist Waldemar Wolsing (1910-1993). Here are the details:

Mozart: Divertimento No. 12 in E-Flat Major, K. 252
Members of the Danish State Radio Orchestra:
Waldemar Wolsing and Erik Hovaldt, oboes
Ingbert Mikkelsen and Knud E. Olsen, horns
Carl Bloch and Leif Carlsen, bassoons
Recorded October 16, 1952
English Columbia DX 1872, one 78-rpm record
Link (FLAC file, 19.57 MB)
Link (MP3 file, 12.48 MB)

Mozart: Divertimento No. 14 in B-Flat Major, K. 270
Waldemar Wolsing and Hans Woldbye, oboes
Ingbert Mikkelsen and Wang Breidahl, horns
Kjell Roikjer and Carl Bloch, bassoons
Recorded October 19, 1947
HMV DA 5260 and DA 5261, two 10-inch 78-rpm records
Link (FLAC file, 26.36 MB)
Link (MP3 file, 16.01 MB)

The HMV records do not identify the players as members of the Danish State Radio Orchestra, but I imagine they were. Two days prior to recording K. 270, Wolsing, Mikkelsen and Roikjer, as members of the Wind Quintet of 1932, participated in this recording of Vagn Holmboe's Notturno.

6 comments:

  1. Alternate links:

    No. 12 - FLACL
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/wbma8sbx8hgh1l8/Wolsing_et_al_-_Mozart_Divertimento_12_FLAC.zip

    No. 12 - MP3:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/2a8yiq9i470w85l/Wolsing_et_al_-_Mozart_Divertimento_12_MP3.zip

    No. 14 - FLAC:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/85z66o5j8jb306p/Wolsing_et_al_-_Mozart_Divertimento_14_FLAC.zip

    No. 14 - MP3:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/55vp9zmylh2sqzp/Wolsing_et_al_-_Mozart_Divertimento_14_MP3.zip

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  2. Many thanks, as ever! All the best, Nick

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  3. Thanks Bryan, lovely music!

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  4. Thanks, Bryan. Looking forward to these -- perfect music for a holiday weekend!

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  5. Wonderful music, well performed from amazingly quiet discs. Thank you Bryan for these and all your efforts here. Bravo!

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