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ktc1712
Wydawnictwo: Etcetera
Nr katalogowy: KTC 1712
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: marzec 2021
EAN: 8711801017129
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): czeski, węgierski, rumuński
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata, duo, preludia

Bartok / Janacek / Enescu: Duo Vermeulen Verpoest

Etcetera - KTC 1712
Wykonawcy
Diede Verpoest, violin
Claus Vermeulen, piano
Leos Janacek:
Sonate for violin and piano
Predtucha - 1.X.1905
1.X.1905

Bela Bartok:
Lassu - Rapsodie for violin and piano
Friss - for violin and piano

Tim Mulleman:
Duo for violin and piano

George Enescu:
Prelude a l’unison
Impressions d’Enfance
The goal of our debut album is to present an anthology of twentieth- century Eastern-European music. Music that has a strong connection to its place of origin and local folk music. The latter is remarkable in a century in which radically new musical directions were explored. Composers such as Janáček, Bartók and Enescu were explorative in their own ways. Janáček, for example, developed a unique harmonic language and an improvisatory style within a late Romantic context. Bartók, on the other hand, often engaged with Expressionism, while Enescu was more influenced by the French Impressionists. And yet these innovations are not incomprehensible, even to inexperienced listeners.

The fertile soil and humanity in which this music is rooted makes it universal and accords each new innovation a place within an organic whole. Tim Mulleman’s work was written specifically for this CD. He reveals a contemporary perspective on our programme with the occasional nod to Enescu. This gives us the opportunity to present a work of our own generation, rounding out our debut. As performers we attempt to approximate the soul and the intention of the composer to the greatest extent possible, while also maintaining our own freedom and particularity. Above all, we seek to immerse the listener in the zeitgeist and the culture of the composers presented here. At the same time, we hope to express something of ourselves and our own roots both through Mulleman’s work and our own interpretations.

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  • PACL 95006
  • HC 20071
  • C 200081
  • CRC 3809