The Sonata is in four short movements. It has a tonal lyric bent but also a lot of character that gives it a Modern aura. The clarinet part welcomes an expressionist delivery which Amalie provides in good measure. The piano part has an equally essential presence and David excels in matching Amalie with a soaring sense of sensibility.
This music comes and goes in a flash yet it leaves an impression in the best sort of way. It belongs among the more impressive and original clarinet-piano outings of the present day. Strongly recommended.
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