ComposerAaron Copland/Carl Nielsen
ArtistJanet Hilton/Scottish National Orchestra
Instrumentsclarinet and symphony orchestra
LabelChandos (CH8618)
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Picture of CD of concertos for clarinet by Copland and Nielsen performed by Janet Hilton with the Scottish National Orchestra conducted by Matthias Bamert

COPLAND - Concerto for Clarinet and String Orchestra with Harp and Piano
LUTOSLAWSKI - Dance Preludes
NIELSEN - Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra, Op.57

Janet Hilton (clarinet), Scottish National Orchestra conductor Matthias Bammert.

Janet Hilton was born in Liverpool and studied in Manchester and Vienna. At the age of twenty she made her debut in the BBC, performing the Mozart Clarinet Concerto. She now has an international reputation and has been acclaimed as a soloist throughout Europe and on her annual visits to North America.

Janet Hilton is Head of Woodwind and Professor of Clarinet at the Royal College of Music in London.

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