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Wydawnictwo: Aliud
Nr katalogowy: ACDBH 049-2
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: lipiec 2010
EAN: 8717775550556
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): rosyjski, niemiecki, francuski
Instrumenty: saksofon, harfa
Rodzaj: sonata, preludia, nokturn

SACDHybrydowy format płyty umożliwia odtwarzanie w napędach CD!

Schubert / Scriabin / Faure: Mozaik

Aliud - ACDBH 049-2
Kompozytor
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Aleksander Scriabin (1872-1915)
Gabriel Faure (1845-1924)
Folkert Buis, Kenny Kirkland, Paquito D’Rivera
Wykonawcy
Niels Bijl, saxophone
Hans-Erik Dijkstra, piano
Rob Horsting, organ
Maaike Bosscher, harp
El cant dels ocells

Franz Schubert:
Sonata in A Minor, D. 821, ” Arpeggione”

Alexander Scriabin:
Preludes Nr. 1, Op. 16

Gabriel Fauré:
Nocturne Nr. 2, Op. 43

Folkert Buis:
The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea - Capriccio for Tenor Saxophone and Piano

Kenny Kirkland:
Dienda

Paquito D’Rivera:
Contradanza
On the album Mozaik, saxophone player Niels Bijl brings us Classical and Jazz compositions arranged for the Sax. He's accompanied on the album by Hans-Erik Dijkstra (Piano), Maaike Bosscher (Harp) and Rob Horsting (Organ).

Since Guido of Arrezzo laid the basis for musical notation in the 11th Century, music aficionados have challenged each other with the question: Who is the best composer of all time? Although the answer is normally someone like Bach, Mozart or Schönberg, the composer Shane Fage has offered the most original answer: The writer Charles Dickens.

Telling stories as the basis for music. An art form from long before Guido of Arrezzo, and one that is effective in all genres. The story behind El Cant dels Ocells (Song of the Birds) is the birth of Christ, until the legendary cellist Pau Casals transformed it into the epitome of the Catalonian soul, “The birds in this piece sing “Peace, Peace, Peace!” And the music is a music that Bach and Beethoven and all the greats would have loved and admired. It is so beautiful, and it is also the soul of my country, Catalonia.” If you compare Schubert’s Adagio, Fauré’s Nocturne and the fourth Prelude of Scriabin with the ancient traditional Catalonian folksong, it is apparent that both Fage and Casals are right. For centuries the craftmanship of composers has been defined by the ability to base music on a simple but very effective melody.

Recorded at the Music School Doetinchem by Skarster Music, January 16, 17 & 18 2010

Zobacz także:

  • CDA 68213
  • SWR 19506
  • S 108097
  • HC 18022
  • CHAN 10991
  • CDA 68263
  • CRC 3616
  • CRC 3529
  • NFPMA 99130
  • EVOE 006