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Ludovic Morlot|Dutilleux: Sur le même accord, Citations, Mystère de l'instant ...

Dutilleux: Sur le même accord, Citations, Mystère de l'instant ...

Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Ludovic Morlot

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Ludovic Morlot's recordings with the Seattle Symphony have reflected his abiding interest in modern repertoire, with special attention paid to the orchestral music of Henri Dutilleux, who has been represented in four releases. Dutilleux's famed perfectionism resulted in works that were few in number but highly polished and original, and the four selections on this CD demonstrate his exceptional abilities in combining rarefied tone colors and unusual instrumental groupings to create otherworldly effects. Guest artist Augustin Hadelich opens the program with Sur le même accord, a nocturne for violin and orchestra, and his intensely lyrical and virtuosic part gives this piece the feeling of a single-movement concerto, compressed into the span of ten minutes. Les citations, a rare chamber work performed by Mary Lynch on oboe, Mahan Esfahani on harpsichord, Jordan Anderson on bass, and Michael A. Werner on percussion, is a diptych composed to mark Dutilleux's stint as composer-in-residence at the 1985 Aldeburgh Festival, and to honor the memory of fellow composer Jehan Alain. Mystère de l'instant, which features Chester Englander on cimbalom, is a series of ten short pieces that explore the spontaneity and subjectivity of the process of composition. Closing with Timbres, espace, mouvement (ou "La nuit etoilée"), Morlot and the orchestra offer one of Dutilleux's most atmospheric works, a musical tribute to Vincent Van Gogh's painting The Starry Night, and a continuation of the French orchestral tradition started by Debussy and Ravel. Taken altogether, this album is a fine introduction to Dutilleux's fascinating music, and it's another success for Morlot and Seattle, with terrific sound quality to boot.
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Nocturne for Violin & Orchestra "Sur le même accord" (Henri Dutilleux)

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Nocturne for Violin & Orchestra "Sur le même accord"
Augustin Hadelich
00:10:17

Augustin Hadelich, Violin - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Ludovic Morlot, Conductor - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

Les citations (Henri Dutilleux)

2
I. For Aldeburgh 85
Mary Lynch
00:04:29

Mary Lynch, Oboe - Jordan Anderson, Double Bass - Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord - Michael A. Werner, Percussion - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

3
II. From Janequin to Jehan Alain
Mary Lynch
00:08:58

Mary Lynch, Oboe - Jordan Anderson, Double Bass - Mahan Esfahani, harpsichord - Michael A. Werner, Percussion - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

Mystère de l'instant (Henri Dutilleux)

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Mystère de l'instant
Chester Englander
00:14:57

Chester Englander, Percussion - Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Ludovic Morlot, Conductor - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

Timbres, espace, mouvement "La nuit etoilée" (Henri Dutilleux)

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I. Nébuleuse (Live)
Seattle Symphony
00:09:19

Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Ludovic Morlot, Conductor - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

6
II. Interlude (Live)
Seattle Symphony
00:04:04

Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Ludovic Morlot, Conductor - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

7
III. Constellations (Live)
Seattle Symphony
00:08:14

Seattle Symphony Orchestra - Ludovic Morlot, Conductor - Henri Dutilleux, Composer

(C) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media (P) 2016 Seattle Symphony Media

Album Description

Ludovic Morlot's recordings with the Seattle Symphony have reflected his abiding interest in modern repertoire, with special attention paid to the orchestral music of Henri Dutilleux, who has been represented in four releases. Dutilleux's famed perfectionism resulted in works that were few in number but highly polished and original, and the four selections on this CD demonstrate his exceptional abilities in combining rarefied tone colors and unusual instrumental groupings to create otherworldly effects. Guest artist Augustin Hadelich opens the program with Sur le même accord, a nocturne for violin and orchestra, and his intensely lyrical and virtuosic part gives this piece the feeling of a single-movement concerto, compressed into the span of ten minutes. Les citations, a rare chamber work performed by Mary Lynch on oboe, Mahan Esfahani on harpsichord, Jordan Anderson on bass, and Michael A. Werner on percussion, is a diptych composed to mark Dutilleux's stint as composer-in-residence at the 1985 Aldeburgh Festival, and to honor the memory of fellow composer Jehan Alain. Mystère de l'instant, which features Chester Englander on cimbalom, is a series of ten short pieces that explore the spontaneity and subjectivity of the process of composition. Closing with Timbres, espace, mouvement (ou "La nuit etoilée"), Morlot and the orchestra offer one of Dutilleux's most atmospheric works, a musical tribute to Vincent Van Gogh's painting The Starry Night, and a continuation of the French orchestral tradition started by Debussy and Ravel. Taken altogether, this album is a fine introduction to Dutilleux's fascinating music, and it's another success for Morlot and Seattle, with terrific sound quality to boot.
© TiVo

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