義大利瑞士管弦樂團/丹尼斯.羅素.戴維斯 :Now, And Then (CD) 【ECM】

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Orchestra della Svizzera italiana / Dennis Russell Davies: Now, And Then (CD) 【ECM】

 

Unlike many of his radical new music colleagues, Bruno Maderna (1920-1973) had a great affection for older music, especially that of the Italian Renaissance and Early Baroque eras. But his transcriptions had little to do with the orthodoxy of so-called ‘historically informed’ interpretation. In the belief that works of art can be removed from their original contexts, he used contemporary instrumental resources to discover new meaning and a new validity in the works of old masters. His transcriptions of Gabrieli, Frescobaldi, Legrenzi, Viadana and Wassenaer are vividly conveyed by the RSI Orchestra under Dennis Russell Davies in a programme which includes Chemins V by Maderna’s good friend Luciano Berio (1925-2003). Chemins V is itself a transcription of sorts, a chamber orchestra version of Berio’s Sequenza XI. Soloist Pablo Marquez references flamenco and the guitar’s classical heritage, while the orchestra engages with the guitar on levels of expanded harmony. Dialogue develops, as Berio said, “through multiple forms of interaction, from the most unanimous to the most conflictual and estranged.”

Dennis Russell Davies
Orchestra della Svizzera italiana
Pablo Márquez
- Guitar


【曲目】
Girolamo Frescobaldi: Tre Pezzi
01. Recercar super LA-FA-SOL-LA-RE
02. Christe
03. Kyrie
04. Bergamasca


05. Giovanni Legrenzi: La Basadonna

06. Luciano Berio: Chemins V

07. Giovanni Gabrieli: Canzone a tre cori

08. Giovanni Gabrieli: La Napolitana

09. Giovanni Gabrieli: La Venetiana

10. Giovanni Gabrieli: La Veronese

11. Giovanni Gabrieli: La Romana

12. Giovanni Gabrieli: La Mantovana

Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer (1692-1744) Formerly attributed to Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736): Palestrina-Konzert
13. Grave assai sostenuto
14. Andante
15. Vivace


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編號:ECM2485
條碼:0028948150342

    NT$550.00價格

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