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Arditti Quartet / Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France / Pascal Rophé

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This Aeon label release of music by French composer Pascal Dusapin borrows design elements from ECM, with artsy black-and-white photos, philosophical-sounding text strewn around, and stark, Euro title type. ECM, however, avoids a profusion of booklet text, but here you get a formidable philosophical apparatus involving "L'inépuisable" (The Inexhaustible), both Samuel Beckett and Gilles Deleuze, and the German concept of the Hinterland. Nowhere is it explained why one of the works is called a "hapax" (a word that occurs only once in a work or body of work), or even such basic questions as why the Quatuor VI is called a quartet when it is really a work for string quartet and orchestra. All this aside, the music certainly holds your attention. Dusapin was influenced by Varèse's Arcana as a youth, and these pieces have the heated quality of that work. The movements of the Quatuor VI are described as "attempts at exhaustion" ("tentatives d'épuisement"), and indeed they elaborate initial material, in a violent atmosphere, to a point of what might be called exhaustion. Perhaps the stronger of the two works is the Quatuor VII ("Open Time"), like its predecessor composed in 2009. It's a set of 21 variations for string quartet, some of them in the Varèse-like mood, but some of them sparse enough to justify the Beckett comparison. The Arditti Quartet specializes in music of this kind, and has recorded Dusapin specifically in the past; their recording surely is definitive. Aeon's studio sound, close up and intense, is just what is needed.
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String Quartet No. 6 "Hinterland" (Pascal Dusapin)

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Quatuor VI 'Hinterland', hapax pour quatuor à cordes & orchestre: l. —
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestra - Pascal Rophé, Conductor - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor VI 'Hinterland', hapax pour quatuor à cordes & orchestre: ll. Première tentative d'épuisement
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestra - Pascal Rophé, Conductor - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor VI 'Hinterland', hapax pour quatuor à cordes & orchestre: lll. Deuxième tentative d'épuisement
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestra - Pascal Rophé, Conductor - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor VI 'Hinterland', hapax pour quatuor à cordes & orchestre: lV. Troisième tentative d'épuisement
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestra - Pascal Rophé, Conductor - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor VI 'Hinterland', hapax pour quatuor à cordes & orchestre: V. Quatrième tentative d'épuisement
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Orchestra - Pascal Rophé, Conductor - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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String Quartet No. 7 "Open Time" (Pascal Dusapin)

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation l
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation ll
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation lll
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation lV
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation V
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation Vl
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation Vll
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation Vlll
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation lX
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation X
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation Xl
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation Xll
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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation Xlll
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XlV
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XV
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XVl
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XVll
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XVlll
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XlX
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XX
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Quatuor Vll 'OpenTime', 21 variations pour quatuor à cordes: Variation XXl
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Arditti Quartet, Ensemble - Pascal Dusapin, Composer

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Album Description

This Aeon label release of music by French composer Pascal Dusapin borrows design elements from ECM, with artsy black-and-white photos, philosophical-sounding text strewn around, and stark, Euro title type. ECM, however, avoids a profusion of booklet text, but here you get a formidable philosophical apparatus involving "L'inépuisable" (The Inexhaustible), both Samuel Beckett and Gilles Deleuze, and the German concept of the Hinterland. Nowhere is it explained why one of the works is called a "hapax" (a word that occurs only once in a work or body of work), or even such basic questions as why the Quatuor VI is called a quartet when it is really a work for string quartet and orchestra. All this aside, the music certainly holds your attention. Dusapin was influenced by Varèse's Arcana as a youth, and these pieces have the heated quality of that work. The movements of the Quatuor VI are described as "attempts at exhaustion" ("tentatives d'épuisement"), and indeed they elaborate initial material, in a violent atmosphere, to a point of what might be called exhaustion. Perhaps the stronger of the two works is the Quatuor VII ("Open Time"), like its predecessor composed in 2009. It's a set of 21 variations for string quartet, some of them in the Varèse-like mood, but some of them sparse enough to justify the Beckett comparison. The Arditti Quartet specializes in music of this kind, and has recorded Dusapin specifically in the past; their recording surely is definitive. Aeon's studio sound, close up and intense, is just what is needed.
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