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Wydawnictwo: Avie
Nr katalogowy: AV 2466
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2021
EAN: 822252246629
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): węgierski, włoski
Instrumenty: wiolonczela
Rodzaj: sonata, koncert

Sollima / Ligeti / Kodaly: The Solo Album

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Giovanni Sollima (ur. 1962)
Gyorgy Ligeti (1923-2006)
Zoltan Kodaly (1882-1967)
Christoph Croise, Peter Pejtsik, Thomas Buritch
Christoph Croise, cello
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Pizzicato 5
Giovanni Sollima:
Concerto Rotondo for solo cello

Gyorgy Ligeti:
Sonata for solo cello

Christoph Croise:
Spring Promenade

Peter Pejtsik:

Zoltan Kodaly:
Sonata for solo cello, Op. 8

Thomas Buritch:
Some like to show it off
Modernism. Multiculturism. Multi-tuning. Lockdown. These are among the elements that bind the works on The Solo Album by award winning cellist Christoph Croisé, who took the opportunity of 2020’s coronavirus isolation to work intensively on a variety of solo works and also turn his hand to composition.

At the heart of the album is Hungarian composer Zoltán Kodály’s epic Sonata, the first major work for solo cello after the suites by Johann Sebastian Bach which were written two centuries earlier. The virtuosity demands of the soloist re-tuning two of the cello’s strings, double-stop trills and simultaneous bowed and plucked passages, all of which Christoph dispatches with aplomb. Framing Kodály’s Sonata are works by two compatriots, György Ligeti’s two-movement Sonata which draws inspiration from Béla Bartók, and the more recent Stonehenge by cellist, composer and pop-music producer Péter Pejtsik which includes intimations of electric guitar. A “sandwich filler” is Christophe’s first composition for solo cello, Spring Promenade, which is infused with boogie-woogie, reggae, swing and techno. He took inspiration from Sicilian composer-cello virtuoso Giovanni Sollima whose Concerto Rotondo incorporates electronics and extended techniques. Closing out the album, Sollima’s short work Alone gives way to the album’s “encore”, the exuberant Some like to show it off by Croatian cellist-composer Thomas Buritch.

Recordings: 16–18 June 2020, Reformierte Kirche Niederlenz, Switzerland. Christoph Croisé plays a rare Italian master cello, crafted in 1680.

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