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bissacd2159
Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2159
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: listopad 2016
EAN: 7318599921594
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna, barok
Obszar (język): szwedzki, niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce
Rodzaj: wariacje

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Bach / Sandstrom / Henryson: Dansa

Bis - BISSACD 2159
Wykonawcy
Cecilia Zilliacus, violin
Lena Willemark, voice and violin
Johann Sebastian Bach:
Violin partita in d minor, chorales & ciaccona

Svante Henryson:
Sonata for solo violin for cecilia zilliacus

Sven-David Sandström:
Dansa for voice and violin
Two of Sweden's most highly respected musicians, each in their own field, join forces on this very special disc. Classical violinist Cecilia Zilliacus has won acclaim for her recordings in magazines such as The Strad and Gramophone (Editor’s Choice), and folk musician Lena Willemark is a fixture on the Scandinavian folk and world music scene. The two open their highly original programme with Bach’s Partita in D minor in a version for voice and violin. This duo version is based on the research of the musicologist Helga Thoene, who has proposed that the celebrated Chaconne which closes the partita was written in response to the death of the composer’s first wife. Woven into Bach’s violin part are numerous quotations from various chorales, from which Willemark has devised a vocal part which she performs drawing on the strong tradition of chorale singing in Swedish folk music. Together with Cecilia Zilliacus’s violin, the clear attacks and straight-toned and direct style of singing form a final farewell, by turns dramatic and serene, to a loved companion. In order to expand their common repertoire, the two musicians approached the composer Sven-David Sandström in 2011. The result was Dansa (‘Dance’), a scene in seven sections to a text by the poet Maria Wine. Having collaborated previously with both performers, Sandström includes improvisatory passages and provides rich opportunities for the folk musician Lena Willemark to make her imprint on the music, including asking her to change over to the fiddle in one of the sections. Between these two works Cecilia Zilliacus performs a solo sonata written for her by Svante Henryson. In the course of seven movements the piece reflects the versatility of its composer, with a background in jazz, classical music and heavy metal, and allows Zilliacus to display the many facets of her own musicianship.

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