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DANILEVSKI, A.: Lauda / Revelation / Oda an die Traurigkeit / Antiphones (The Uncertainty Principle) (Danilevski)

DANILEVSKI, A.: Lauda / Revelation / Oda an die Traurigkeit / Antiphones (The Uncertainty Principle) (Danilevski)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2012

Recorded in 24 Bit / 192Khz
album available as a Studio Master
Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Danilevski, Alexandre


Flanders Recorder Quartet

Ensemble

Alexandre Danilevski

Soloist

Larissa Groeneveld

Soloist

Zsuzsanna Toth

Soloist

Ensemble Syntagma


Ensemble SyntagmaFlanders Recorder Quartet


Flanders Recorder Quartet


Flanders Recorder QuartetEnsemble Syntagma



Record Label
Carpe Diem

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 57:35
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DANILEVSKI, A.: Lauda / Revelation / Oda an die Traurigkeit / Antiphones (The Uncertainty Principle) (Danilevski)

     
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ALEXANDRE DANILEVSKI

     
 

Lauda

 
1 Prelude 1:41
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
2 Part I: Se mai per maraveglia 3:25
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
3 Interlude I 2:10
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
4 Part II: Universal dolore 2:54
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
5 Interlude II 1:55
 Alexandre Danilevski Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
6 Part III: Ser perder la propia vita 4:37
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
7 Interlude III 1:59
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
8 Part IV: Gia le ferrate e inexpugnabil porte 2:52
 Zsuzsanna Toth Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
     
9 

Revelation

11:16
 Larissa Groeneveld Soloist
     
 

Oda an die Traurigkeit

 
10 Prelude 2:44
 Alexandre Danilevski Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
11 Verse: Golden leaves 5:44
 Alexandre Danilevski Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
12 Interlude 3:57
 Alexandre Danilevski Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
13 Farewell: Who now shall refill the cuo for me? 2:50
 Alexandre Danilevski Soloist
 Danilevski, Alexandre
     
 

Antiphones

 
14 I. A piacere (senza tempo) 4:14
  Flanders Recorder Quartet Ensemble
15 II. Andante 1:39
  Flanders Recorder Quartet Ensemble
16 III. Allegretto 3:38
  Flanders Recorder Quartet Ensemble


 “The Uncertainty Principle” is a journey into the mystical musical world of Russian composer Alexandre Danilevski, where music and instruments from the middle ages to modern day meet and create an unexpectedly beautiful soundscape.

Danilevskis’ compositions are at the same time refering to ancient sources and to modern art and science, moving through centuries of musical and aesthetic developments with ease and free of conventional restrictions regarding musical styles and paradigmas.

On this recording, Danilvski’s own ensemble Syntagma interprets two of his works for mixed ensemble and voice, while the Flanders Recorder Quartet plays his “Antiphones” and cellist Larissa Groeneveld presents “Revelation”, a concerto for cello solo.

 "...This is an interesting, provocative and fascinating CD, and I highly recommend it to anyone wishing to explore new musical paths."

Lynn René Bayley - Fanfare - January/February 2013

 




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