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Wydawnictwo: Wergo
Nr katalogowy: WER 73992
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2021
EAN: 4010228739923
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: altówka

Poppe: Filz

Wergo - WER 73992
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Tabea Zimmermann, viola
Ensemble Resonanz / Enno Poppe
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Filz
Stoff
Wald
This new WERGO album brings together first recordings in studio quality of works composed especially for Ensemble Resonanz.

Composer Enno Poppe has always been drawn to string instruments because of the nearly infinite possibilities to vary their pitch, playing techniques, and sound qualities. Ensemble Resonanz, based in Hamburg, has received international acclaim for its precise intonation, its fresh interpretations of both contemporary and traditional works, and its inquisitive openness to unconventional musical formats. Poppe’s “Wald” [Woods] for four string quartets (2009/10) has been a permanent feature of the ensemble’s touring repertoire for many years.

With its fractal relationships between the four strings of four instruments in four string quartet groupings, “Wald” gives us the impression of directly participating in the composer’s thought processes.

The collaboration with renowned soloist Tabea Zimmermann for Poppe’s concerto “Filz” [Felt] for viola and chamber orchestra (2013/14) was particularly enjoyable for all concerned. Zimmermann combines technical virtuosity with a willingness to master unusual challenges: in this work, she plays an endless and permanently shifting intonation curve within an amorphous atmosphere of 1/3-tone intervals. The result sounds like music from another world, and the inspiration came from Poppe’s experiences with traditional Korean music.

“Stoff” [Material] was originally composed in 2015 for Ensemble Musikfabrik in Cologne using strings, woodwinds, and brass (available on WER 73952}, but in 2018 Poppe created the more homogeneous version for string orchestra heard here.

Recording: 26-28 June 2020, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, Hamburg

Zobacz także:

  • RCD 1085
  • WER 73952
  • WER 73982
  • SIGCD 677
  • HC 20087
  • NIFCCD 110
  • PMR 0114
  • GEN 21728
  • PTC 5186275
  • LWC 1224