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Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet
Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet is an American wind quintet that was officially founded in 1962 when Pablo Casals asked them to become the woodwind faculty of his newly founded Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico. They are known worldwide for their many international tours sponsored by the United States Department of State including three tours of South America and three of Europe. Over 25 original chamber works for winds have been written for the members of Soni Ventorum including compositions by Claude Arrieu, William Bergsma, Jean Francaix, Gerald Kechley, Joseph Goodman, John Verrall, and William O. Smith. In 1972 they won the silver medal at the International Instrumental Ensembles Competition (Festival Villa-Lobos) in Rio de Janeiro.
Franz Danzi: Wind Quintet Opus 67
Franz Danzi: Wind Quintet Opus 67, Nos. 2-3
Soni Ventorum Wind Quintet recorded live in concert, February and October 1980, performing the Wind Quintet Opus 67, Nos. 2-3 of Franz Danzi
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