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Fuchs - The Unity of Two (2014) (Re-up)

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Fuchs - The Unity of Two (2014) (Re-up)

Fuchs - The Unity of Two (2014)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 378 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 151 MB | Covers - 56 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Tempus Fugit (TF VÖ 35)

Hans-Jürgen Fuchs, a multi-instrumentalist and producer from Stuttgart, Germany, has been involved in many different musical projects. In 2012 he recorded "Leaving Home", a concept album containing a lot of musical styles of the seventies (Peter Gabriel), the eighties (Simple Minds, U2, Martin Ansell) and the nineties (the late Kevin Gilbert). "The Unity Of Two", the 2014 album by Fuchs, is again a progressive rock concept album, this time telling the story of Aaron and Ray. Just like the book Narziss Und Goldmund, two characters from a book by the German author Herman Hesse, this story pulls at your heartstrings. It's dealing with friendship, devotion, the many layers of the human soul and different ways of life. In musical terms Fuchs has created his second album in a definitely more open and more varied style than on his debut album "Leaving Home"…

Thea King - Romberg, Fuchs: Clarinet Quintets, Stanford: Two Fantasies (1992)

Posted By: tirexiss
Thea King - Romberg, Fuchs: Clarinet Quintets, Stanford: Two Fantasies (1992)

Thea King - Romberg, Fuchs: Clarinet Quintets, Stanford: Two Fantasies (1992)
EAC | FLAC (image+.cue, log) | Covers Included | 01:19:36 | 360 MB
Genre: Classical | Label: Hyperion | Catalog: 66479

In that unthinkable Age of Grace enjoyed by all mankind before the dawning of the twentieth century before atonality and the H-Bomb few composers thought of writing for the clarinet in the upper part of its register, and the high piccolo clarinet (in E flat) was practically unknown outside the military band. Stridency was uncivilized. Mozart, Weber, Brahms, Reger—and lesser (but not undistinguished) luminaries like Romberg, Fuchs and Stanford—all favoured the clarinet for its lyrical, euphonious quality, its rich warmth of expression, and its deep broad range of tone colours.