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ptc5186542
Wydawnictwo: Pentatone
Seria: Oxingale Series
Nr katalogowy: PTC 5186542
Nośnik: 3 SACD
Data wydania: lipiec 2015
EAN: 827949054266
148,00zł
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Instrumenty: wiolonczela


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"Orbit" Music for solo cello (1945-2014)

Pentatone - PTC 5186542
Kompozytor
Wykonawcy
Matt Haimovitz, cello
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
ICMA Award Nomination Diapason 5
 
Orbit, a three-disc compilation of music for solo cello, all composed between 1945 and 2014 and performed by world-renowned cellist Matt Haimovitz, is the second release in the PENTATONE OXINGALE SERIES. In this series PENTATONE joins forces with Grammy Award-winning OXINGALE RECORDS, a trailblazing artist’s label since 2000 which is equally committed to revelatory interpretations of the canonic repertoire as to riveting performances of works by recent and living composers.

Alongside his earlier 3-disc compilation on Deutsche Grammophon, Orbit establishes Matt Haimovitz as one of the most prolific exponents of solo cello music in our time

The album documents Matt Haimovitz’s musical journey since the turn of the millennium, together with his partner in life and music, composer Luna Pearl Woolf. It contains nearly all of the solo contemporary works that were initially released on Oxingale Records as five thematic albums - Anthem (2003), Goulash! (2005), After Reading Shakespeare (2007), Figment (2009) and Matteo (2011), as well as two newly recorded tracks: Philip Glass’s “Orbit” and a new arrangement by Luna Pearl Woolf of the Beatles’ “Helter Skelter”. More than twenty composers are represented in this set, fifteen of them still living, and ten works are recorded for the very first time.

This impressive solo cello odyssey offers the listener a fascinating kaleidoscope of musical influences from the past sixty years, encountering a variety of composers who range in musical style from vanguards Elliott Carter and Philip Glass to young, rock ‘n roll-influenced American composers, to the Italian avant-garde of Luciano Berio and Salvatore Sciarrino: a true 20th century Tower of Babel.

Zobacz także:

  • PTC 5186660
  • PTC 5186560
  • FHR 040
  • AVI 8553367
  • CDA 68183
  • CRC 2417
  • CHAN 10939
  • COV 91725
  • COBRA 0061
  • TXA 17090