"Both Johannes Brahms and Theodorus Verhey were so moved by the artistry of clarinetist Richard Bernhard Herrmann Mühlfeld (February 28, 1856 – June 1, 1907) that they each dedicated the works on this recording to him. Not only was Mühlfeld an incredible musician but his artistry inspired both composers to write for him. His legacy was my inspiration for commissioning this arrangement of Verhey’s concerto for strings and quintet and the recording of the Brahms Quintet."
- Robert Dilutis
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