„Grad duo Concertante” de C.M. Weber este o celebră creație inclusă în repertoriul celor mai iluștri clarinetiști. Printre cei cointeresați în realizarea unei versiuni interpretative a capodoperei weberiene a fost și Eugen Verbețchi, care nu doar a inclus-o în programul concertelor sale dar și a realizat o imprimare audio, care astăzi se păstrează în fonoteca IPNA „Teleradio-Moldova” și reprezintă un etalon al artei interpretative. În prezentul articol a fost realizată o analiză muzicologică și interpretativă a lucrării vizate în care autorul și-a propus drept scop evidențierea celor mai esențiale particularitățile stilistice ale renumitului clarinetist, conturând în cele din urmă o imagine artistică integră a interpretului.
Dear friends! We a happy to introduce you to our new collections of etudes for clarinet based on Romanian folk melodies composed by Simion Duja. This publication is dedicated to Eugen Verbetsky, promoter of national clarinet school.
We are happy to introduce you a collection of pieces for clarinet and piano signed by Oleg Negrutsa. Chisinau: S.n., 2018 (Tipogr. „Bons Offices”). 100 p. ISMN 979-0-3480-0332-0; ISBN 978-9975-87-393-2
We happy to introduce you a collection of the Romanian folk melodies which had been arranged by Simion Duja, among these: „La Nistru la mărgioară”, „Vin bădiţă, vin deseară”, „Cântec de leagăn”, „Nistrule pe malul tău”, „La oglindă”, „La morişca cea din jos”, „Mociriţă cu trifoi”, „Aseară vântul bătea”, „Leliţă-Ioană”, „Colo-n vale”, „Coasa”, „Cât e Siriul de mare”.
In this article author analysis the interpretation of two miniatures for the clarinet and piano composed by V. Rotaru. The study is based on audio recordings of unique value, founded at the „Teleradio-Moldova” funds. Ballad for the clarinet and chamber orchestra has been performed by E. Verbetsky (clarinet) and Chamber Orchestra „Teleradio-Moldova” in 1976. Romance for clarinet and piano has been included at the documentary “Eugen Verbetsky” produced in 1976 by „Moldova-Film” company.
In this article, the author has realized an interpretative analysis of Sonata for the clarinet and piano written by Francis Poulenc, one of the most famous 20th-century French composers, author of many sonatas created for different instruments. The sound material of this study is an audio record made by the National Public Broadcasting Company “Teleradio Moldova” on the 26th of November 1971, the performers being Eugen Verbetsky, clarinet, and Victor Levinzon, piano, both talented professors at the Moldavian State Conservatory and recognized chamber musicians.
This article presents an interpretative analysis of the Concerto for clarinet and chamber orchestra by Serafim Buzila carried out on the basis of the audio records made by the State Company Teleradio-Moldova. The recording was made in 1975 by E. Verbetsky (clarinet) and the Chamber Orchestra of the State Company Teleradio-Moldova, conductor — Timofei Gurtovoi.
In the present article, the author has realized an interpretative analysis of Sonata No. 2 for clarinet and piano by S. Lobel, on the basis of an audio recording that is kept in the AMTAP sound archives. This recording was made by E. Verbetsky (clarinet) and G. Strahilevici (piano) in 1968.
This article presents an interpretative analysis of the instrumental cycle „Funny stories” written by Zlata Tkaci. The analysis was based on audio recordings made by Eugen Verbetsky, A. Kaftanat, B. Dubosarschi, N. Tatarinov, and others. The author has attempted to define the particular style of E. Verbetsky’s interpretation, the specific treatment of a composer’s text.
Eugen Verbetsky, University professor, People’s Artist, has a substantial contribution to the music culture development of the Republic of Moldova, through his numerous concerts and recordings as well as through his pedagogical activity training a great number of young performers. Among them are famous musicians that work now in different orchestras and artistic institutions – both in the Republic of Moldova and abroad.