Moonlight, romances and the sound of horns: Giselher Klebe has transformed Beethoven’s “Moonlight” Sonata into a sonata for horn and piano. The horn player of the evening will do much the same when he turns Robert Schumann’s “Romances” for oboe and piano into horn romances. Glenn Miller’s broadly swinging “Moonlight Serenade” returns as a duo; and Franz Strauss, the father of Richard Strauss and a famous horn player in his own right, supplies a D-flat major “Notturno” that he wrote for himself. Just how wonderful the sounds of the night can be was no secret to Claude Debussy and Benny Goodman, for all their many differences.
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