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Huber: L'oeuvre pour violoncelle

Huber: L'oeuvre pour violoncelle

The Classical Shop
release date: August 2014


Artists:

Alexis Descharmes

Performer

Sébastien Vichard

Performer

Jean-Baptiste Leclère

Performer

Record Label
Aeon

Genre:

Contemporary




Total Time - 61:52
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Huber: L'oeuvre pour violoncelle

     
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KLAUS HUBER

     
1 

Ein Hauch von Unzeit Vlll (1972), version pour quatre violoncelles

19:49
     
2 

Transposition ad infinitum (1976), pour violoncelle seul

11:46
     
 

Lazarus pour violoncelle et piano (1978)

 
3 Lazarus pour violoncelle et piano (1978) : l 3:38
4 Lazarus pour violoncelle et piano (1978) : ll 2:29
 Sébastien Vichard Performer
     
5 

Rauhe Pinselspitze pour violoncelle et percussions coréennes (1992)

2:33
 Jean-Baptiste Leclère Performer
     
6 

…ruhe sanft… in memoriam John Cage pour quatre violoncelle et voix (1992)

8:13
     
 

Partita pour violoncelle et clavecin (1954)

 
7 l 1:34
8 ll 1:05
9 lll 2:27
10 lV 3:19
11 V 1:07
12 Vl 3:52
 Sébastien Vichard Performer
     
 Alexis Descharmes Performer


Klaus Huber’s oeuvre reveals a musician, full of compassion for his fellow man, magnificently attested to by the interpretations that Alexis Descharmes gives us here. Descharmes met the composer 12 years ago, when the decision was made to record his complete works for cello. Booklet note by Brian Ferneyhough.

Alexis Descharmes is not only a brilliant cellist; he is also someone who probes all the musical dimensions of a score in depth. I would go so far as to say that his interpretations reveal the full transcendence of my music.” Klaus Huber

 
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