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Wydawnictwo: Wergo
Nr katalogowy: WER 73722
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: wrzesień 2018
EAN: 4010228737226
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): włoski
Rodzaj: kwartet

Stroppa: Space

Wergo - WER 73722
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Ensemble KNM Berlin:
Theodor Flindell, violin
Lisa Werhahn, violin
Kirstin Maria Pientka, viola
Cosima Gerhardt, cello
Ringela Riemke, cello
Horia Dumitrache, clarinet
Frank Gutschmidt, piano
Utwory na płycie:
Hommage a Gy. K. for clarinet/bass clarinet in b-flat, viola and piano
Un segno nello spazio for string quartet
Osja, Seven Strophes for a Literary Drone for violin, violoncello and piano
Marco Stroppa views composition as musical research and is constantly aware of the dual nature of artistic thought, “the discourse about the thought and the thought itself.” On this CD, the Ensemble KNM Berlin explores the topological qualities of the sound worlds in three of Stroppa’s chamber music works.

All three pieces demonstrate Marco Stroppa’s highly sensitive experimentation with sounds at the threshold of audibility. As a philosopher of sound, all sonorities are for him instruments of epistemology; as a musical poet, he tells stories with sensual, tactile, dynamic, and constantly changing sounds, the interpretation of which is always left up to the individual listener.

The string quartet Un Segno nello Spazio (1994) deals with the idea of a sign in space that undergoes an intense increase of density, making the three-dimensionality of the space palpable.

In the seven miniature movements of Hommage a Gy. K. for clarinet, viola, and piano (1997–2003), Stroppa honors the Hungarian composer György Kurtág. The performers repeatedly change their positions on the stage, creating differing effects which can be experienced purely acoustically thanks to skillfully managed microphone placement and audio mastering.

In Osja, Sieben Strophen für eine literarische Drohne (2005/2013) for violin, violoncello, and piano, Stroppa reflects on the life of the Russian poet Joseph Brodsky through two of his poems.

Recording: 22.–24. Oktober 2015, WDR Köln, Klaus-von-Bismarck-Saal

Zobacz także:

  • COR 16167
  • VA 11
  • MMCD 13032
  • ACD 22776
  • CHAN 10977
  • SIGCD 491
  • CHR 77426
  • BRIDG 9509
  • AN 28835
  • HC 16084