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Wydawnictwo: LSO Live
Nr katalogowy: LSO 3038
Nośnik: 1 BLU RAY+1DVD
Data wydania: lipiec 2017
EAN: 822231303893
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna, romantyzm, 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): francuski
Instrumenty: skrzypce,
Rodzaj: suita

Ravel / Dutilleux / Delage: Daphnis et Chloé Suite No 2

LSO Live - LSO 3038
Leonidas Kavakos, violin
Julia Bullock, soprano
London Symphony Orchestra / Simon Rattle
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Scherzo Excepcional BBC Music Choice Gramophone Editor's Choice
La tombeau de Couperin
Daphnis et Chloe - Suite no 2

L'abre des songes

Quatre poemes hindous
LSO Live has been filming concerts in the Orchestra’s Barbican home since 2012 and we’re proud to bring these acclaimed performances to Blu-ray & DVD for the first time. Recorded in January 2016, this beautiful programme of French music was chosen by Music Director Designate Sir Simon Rattle and features world class soloists Leonidas Kavakos and Julia Bullock.

Book-ending this concert are two works by the master of orchestral texture, Maurice Ravel. First, Le tombeau de Couperin; an expertly orchestrated version of a 1914-17 piano piece that brings sharpness to the original’s classical dance rhythms. The work calls for an oboe soloist of virtuosic skill, which is expertly handled here by LSO Principal Olivier Stankiewicz. At the other end, Rattle closed the concert with the popular second suite from Daphnis et Chloé.

Violinist Leonidas Kavakos presents his intepretation of Henri Dutilleux’s violin concerto L’arbre des songes. Composed between 1983 and 1985, the title translates as ‘The Tree of Dreams’ and the work is based on a process of continual growth and renewal, as the composer explained: ‘All in all the piece grows somewhat like a tree, for the constant multiplication and renewal of its branches is the lyrical essence of the tree.’ Rattle also presents a second work by Dutilleux, 1964’s Métaboles.

Rounding out the programme, American soprano Julia Bullock shines in Maurice Delage’s Quatre poemes hindous. Written in 1912 for a chamber ensemble of two flutes, oboe, two clarinets, harp, and string quartet, this hidden gem has been described as ‘one of the first attempts to introduce the melodic and rhythmic forms of Indian music to the language of Western music’.

Filmed live at the Barbican Hall, London

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