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Zimmermann: Complete Works for Piano

Eduardo Fernandez

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It was in the 1960s, with the opera Die Soldaten and his Requiem für einen jungen Dichter, that Bernd Alois Zimmermann became known as one of the leading composers of the German post-war generation. These and other works from the period were examples of what the composer himself called musical pluralism – a highly individual collage-like technique involving quotations and superimposed metres, rhythms and time levels. The works on the present recording – Zimmermann’s complete production for solo piano - predate this, however.
Composed over a period of only 17 years, they trace a journey which begins in a neo-classicism à la Hindemith – as radical an idiom as a young student at the Cologne University for Music could adopt during the Nazi regime. After serving in the war, Zimmermann worked as a freelance composer for the radio, theatre and television, and this has left a trace in both Extemporale and Capriccio, which weaves together seven traditional children’s songs. In Enchiridion II we begin to clearly hear the influence of Schoenbergian twelve-tone technique, which a few years later, in Konfigurationen, has blossomed into serialism, with its subtle gradations of dynamics, articulation and rhythm. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Bernd Alois Zimmermann’s death in 1970, the acclaimed Spanish pianist Eduardo Fernández makes his first appearance on BIS Records, showing us little known aspects of the composer. © BIS Records

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3 Frühe Klavierstücke (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

1
No.1, Scherzettino
00:02:45

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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2
No. 2, Intermezzo
00:03:31

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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3
No. 3, Fugato
00:02:25

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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Extemporale (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

4
I. Präludium
00:03:28

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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5
II. Invention
00:01:18

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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6
III. Siciliano
00:03:09

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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7
IV. Bolero
00:04:08

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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8
V. Finale
00:02:11

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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Capriccio (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

9
Capriccio
00:11:37

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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Enchiridion I (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

10
I. Introduktion
00:02:06

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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11
II. Ekloge
00:03:16

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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12
III. Rondino
00:00:52

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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13
IV. Bourrée
00:00:53

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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14
V. Meditation
00:04:07

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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15
VI. Aria
00:01:42

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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16
VII. Estampida
00:01:14

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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17
VIII. Toccata
00:01:43

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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Enchiridion, Appendix (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

18
I. Intermezzo
00:01:50

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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19
II. L'après-midi d'un Puck
00:00:51

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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20
III. Hommage à Johann Strauss
00:00:52

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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Enchiridion II "Exerzitien" (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

21
I. Vigil
00:02:30

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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22
II. Hora
00:01:48

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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23
III. Ostinato
00:01:15

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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24
IV. Matutin
00:02:24

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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25
V. Imagination
00:02:08

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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Konfigurationen (Bernd Alois Zimmermann)

26
I. —
00:01:10

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

(C) 2020 BIS (P) 2020 BIS

27
II. —
00:01:18

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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28
III. —
00:00:48

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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29
IV. —
00:00:35

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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30
V. —
00:01:23

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

(C) 2020 BIS (P) 2020 BIS

31
VI. —
00:01:42

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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32
VII. —
00:00:56

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

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33
VIII. —
00:01:51

Eduardo Fernandez, Artist, MainArtist - Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Composer

(C) 2020 BIS (P) 2020 BIS

Album Description

It was in the 1960s, with the opera Die Soldaten and his Requiem für einen jungen Dichter, that Bernd Alois Zimmermann became known as one of the leading composers of the German post-war generation. These and other works from the period were examples of what the composer himself called musical pluralism – a highly individual collage-like technique involving quotations and superimposed metres, rhythms and time levels. The works on the present recording – Zimmermann’s complete production for solo piano - predate this, however.
Composed over a period of only 17 years, they trace a journey which begins in a neo-classicism à la Hindemith – as radical an idiom as a young student at the Cologne University for Music could adopt during the Nazi regime. After serving in the war, Zimmermann worked as a freelance composer for the radio, theatre and television, and this has left a trace in both Extemporale and Capriccio, which weaves together seven traditional children’s songs. In Enchiridion II we begin to clearly hear the influence of Schoenbergian twelve-tone technique, which a few years later, in Konfigurationen, has blossomed into serialism, with its subtle gradations of dynamics, articulation and rhythm. Commemorating the 50th anniversary of Bernd Alois Zimmermann’s death in 1970, the acclaimed Spanish pianist Eduardo Fernández makes his first appearance on BIS Records, showing us little known aspects of the composer. © BIS Records

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