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Wydawnictwo: BMC Records
Nr katalogowy: BMCCD 274
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2018
EAN: 5998309302749
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): węgierski
Instrumenty: klarnet
Rodzaj: symfonia, etiuda

Vajda: Clarinet Symphony

BMC Records - BMCCD 274
Wykonawcy
János Szepesi, clarinet
Gábor Varga, clarinet
Nathan Giem, violin
Gergely Popa, violin
Tamás Cs. Nagy, viola
Árpád Amirás, cello
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra / Gergely Vajda
Gergely Vajda:
Clarinet Symphony
Alice Études
Persistent Dreams
Some time in the early 1990s I wrote my first pieces for my own instrument, the clarinet. There is something natural in a composer performing his own works. Music composed by a performer-composer is idiomatic by default: the marriage of technique and content takes place without the often unrequested but indispensable help of the match-makers, virtuosos and conductors. This of course does not automatically mean that the notes are easy to play. Seeing and hearing this, the audience too feels that they become the part of something original, something valid, that they can receive the information, the experience, without alienation, or without the intervention of an “interpreter”.

Anyone who conducts sooner or later learns which “key” of the symphony orchestra has to be pressed, and how firmly, for this instrument to produce a fine, balanced sound. Anyone who plays music on the orchestra knows that, just like the clarinet, made of wood and metal, this instrument too has a soul, albeit much more complex.

The time has come for me too to tell my own story, to unify the two media I feel and know so well and the most intimately, in the spiritual and the physical sense: my two instruments, the orchestra and the clarinet.

from the booklet text by Gergely Vajda

Recorded at Studio 22 of the Hungarian Radio, Budapest on 24 August, 2016 (1 6); at BMC Corner Room, Budapest on 27-28 February, 2017 (7-13); and at E4S Project Studio, Piliscsaba on 5 March, 2017 (14)

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