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Carter, Ichiyanagi, Drouet & Solbiati: Contemporary Works for Timpani

Benoît Cambreling, Yi-Ping Yang

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Clearly with a bold agenda in mind, this program, put together by Benoît Cambreling – the famed timpani soloist of the Orchestre National de Lyon – initiates a new collection of recordings on the Artalinna label called Innovation, consisting in pairing new works from the late 20th and early 21st centuries with great classics of music from the last century, such as Eight Pieces for Four Timpani, composed by Elliott Carter in 1950 and 1966, a genuine cornerstone of the timpani repertoire that would influence all the other creators of this program, from Toshi Ichiyanagi (Japan) to Alessandro Solbiati (Italy), to Jean-Pierre Drouet (France). © Artalinna/Qobuz

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Benoît Cambreling

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): I. Saëta 00:05:07

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): II. Moto Perpetuo 00:01:43

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): III. Adagio 00:01:49

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): IV. Recitative [Adagio drammatico] 00:03:29

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): V. Improvisation [Allegro] 00:03:27

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): VI. Canto 00:02:49

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): VII. Canaries 00:03:20

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Eight Pieces for Four Timpani (One Player): VIII. March 00:02:53

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Elliott Carter, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Rhythm Gradation, SJ 110 (Meno mosso) [For Timpani] 00:11:58

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Toshi Ichiyanagi, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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De l'ombre... (For Timpani and String Trio) 00:19:24

Yi-Ping Yang, Performer - Julien Dieudegard, Performer - Julian Boutin, Performer - Luc Dedreuil, Performer - Jean Pierre Drouet, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Specchi (For Five Timpani and Piano) 00:10:02

Benoit Cambreling, Performer - Emanuela Piemonti, Performer - Alessandro Solbiati, Composer

2015 Artalinna

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Clearly with a bold agenda in mind, this program, put together by Benoît Cambreling – the famed timpani soloist of the Orchestre National de Lyon – initiates a new collection of recordings on the Artalinna label called Innovation, consisting in pairing new works from the late 20th and early 21st centuries with great classics of music from the last century, such as Eight Pieces for Four Timpani, composed by Elliott Carter in 1950 and 1966, a genuine cornerstone of the timpani repertoire that would influence all the other creators of this program, from Toshi Ichiyanagi (Japan) to Alessandro Solbiati (Italy), to Jean-Pierre Drouet (France). © Artalinna/Qobuz

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