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Wydawnictwo: Carus
Nr katalogowy: CAR 83283
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2017
EAN: 4009350832831
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, współczesna, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): francuski, węgierski
Instrumenty: ,
Rodzaj: requiem

Ligeti / Ravel / Debussy: Requiem & Lux Aeterna

Carus - CAR 83283
Wykonawcy
Gabriele Hierdeis, soprano
Renee Morloc, alto
Kammerchor Stuttgart
Danubia Orchestra Obuda / Frieder Bernius
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Utwory na płycie:
György Ligeti:
Requiem
Lux aeterna for 16 voices

Maurice Ravel:
Soupir for 16 voices

Claude Debussy:
Les Angélus for 6 voices
Des pas sur la neige for 16 voices

Gustav Mahler:
Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen for 16 voices
“For me György Ligeti is the most important composer of the second half of the 20th century” said the conductor Frieder Bernius about the composer who died in 2006. The underlying composition of the CD is a recording of the Requiem with the Kammerchor Stuttgart, recorded in early 2006, which Ligeti himself praised as being “an outstanding interpretation.” The Requiem is being issued for the first time together with Ligeti’s Lux aeterna which, so to speak, represents, with regard to its content, a “completion,” as Ligeti had not set this in his Requiem, even though it is the final sentence of said liturgical text. These two works are supplemented by transcriptions by Clytus Gottwald, the dedicatee of the Lux aeterna, in which he professedly orientates himself according to Ligeti's “microtonality.”

Tr. 1-4 recorded live at the Domkirche St. Eberhard, Stuttgart, 29 March 2006; Tr. 5 / 9 recorded at the Ev. Kirche Reutlingen-Gönningen, 6 February & 1 July & 25 September 1996; Tr. 6–8 recorded at the Ev. Kirche Reutlingen-Gönningen, 7–8 January 2004

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