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LIGETI, G.: 6 Bagatelles / TUUR, E.-S.: Lamentatio / KATZER, G.: Wie Ein Hauch, Doch Manchmal / LEVY, F.: Durch (Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet)

LIGETI, G.: 6 Bagatelles / TUUR, E.-S.: Lamentatio / KATZER, G.: Wie Ein Hauch, Doch Manchmal / LEVY, F.: Durch (Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet)

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release date: March 2012


Artists:

Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet

Ensemble

Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet



Record Label
Genuin

Genre:

Chamber


Classical

Total Time - 67:19
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LIGETI, G.: 6 Bagatelles / TUUR, E.-S.: Lamentatio / KATZER, G.: Wie Ein Hauch, Doch Manchmal / LEVY, F.: Durch (Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet)

     
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GYORGY LIGETI

 

6 Bagatelles (arr. G. Bourgogne)

 
1 No. 1. Allegro con spirito 1:10
     
2 No. 2. Rubato - Lamentoso 3:22
     
 

GUILLAUME BOURGOGNE

3 No. 3. Allegro grazioso 2:39
     
 

GYORGY LIGETI

4 No. 4. Presto ruvido 0:58
     
5 No. 5. Adagio - Mesto (Bela Bartok in memoriam) 2:33
     
6 No. 6. Molto vivace - Capriccioso 1:27
     
 

ERKKI-SVEN TUUR

7 

Lamentatio

10:42
     
 

GEORG KATZER

8 

Wie Ein Hauch, Doch Manchmal

16:16
     
 

FABIEN LEVY

9 

Durch

7:20
     
 

OLGA NEUWIRTH

10 

Ondate

11:54
     
 

IANNIS XENAKIS

11 

XAS

8:58
     
  Sonic Art Saxophone Quartet Ensemble


Concert reviews have only enthusiastic praise for the splendid tone and full range of timbre achieved by the young ensemble in concert, who won the German Music Competition last year. This album lends credence to this high critical praise. From the magical feats of Ligeti all the way to Tüür’s captivating songs of lamentation, from the iridescent surfaces of Lévy’s writing to the archaic sounds of Xenakis: their technical brilliance and variability is breath-taking. At the same time, the nonchalant ease of their performances almost makes you think they never need to breathe at all...
 
"A spectacular saxophone album of classic excellence!"
 
Ensemble magazine - April/May 2010



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