CDA 1681-2 Stephan Siegenthaler, clarinet: Kaminski - Chamber music for clarinet
Heinrich Kaminski was well known, even famous during his lifetime, but today he appears to be nearly forgotten. However, it seems that slowly a rediscovery of this remarkable individualist is taking place.
As from the early 1920s, Heinrich Kaminski's work started to be recognised in Germany where they were highly appreciated by many leading musicians.
Famous conductors such as Bruno Walter, Wilhelm Fürtwengler and Fritz Busch supported Kamiski's work.
Heinrich Kaminski (1886-1946) Quartet op. 1B for piano, clarinet, viola and violoncello - Frisch
- Ruthenisches Volkslied - Scherzo - Grave - Risoluto
Quintet for clarinet for clarinet, horn, violin, viola and violoncello - ca.40 - en Angelus
- Allegro Drei geistliche Lieder for voice, violin and clarinet - O Menchenherz!
- Wiegenlied - Geistlich' Taglied