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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2629
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: czerwiec 2023
EAN: 7318590026298
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): szwedzki
Instrumenty: skrzypce

Nordin: Voices From the Past

Bis - BISSACD 2629
Wykonawcy
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra/ Daniel Harding
Malin Broman, violin
Musica Vitae ensemble
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Classica 4 ICMA Award Nomination
 
Röster (Voices) –trilogy for orchestra
Akallan (Invocation)
Ärr (Scar)
Öde (Fate/Deserted)
3rd Retrospective for violin, string orchestra and live electronics
Leading Swedish composer Jesper Nordin’s soundscape lies at the crossroads of Swedish traditional music, rock and improvised music. On this recording, Daniel Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra perform Röster(‘voices’), a trilogy whose works are each based on different kinds of Swedish music which the composer sees as being part of his background. In Akallan(‘Invocation’), Nordin has used the traditional vocal technique called kulningas his starting point. Extreme metal rock (through the band Meshuggah) provided the material for Ärr(‘Scar’) and the result is an explosive rhythmic scream that has seldom been heard in classical music. Finally, Öde(‘Fate’ or ‘Deserted’) incorporates recordings by the legendary Swedish opera singers Birgit Nilsson and Jussi Björling in an electronic part which interacts with the orchestra. Performed by violinist Malin Broman and the ensemble Musica Vitae, 3rd Retrospectivebelongs to a series of works in which Nordin looks back on his own music in various ways. Here, he goes back to the music of his childhood, written and played on the violin by his father. More specifically, he uses a tune from a play written by Nordin’s father, namely a polska, a traditional dance whose origins are to be found in Poland.

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