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In Croce

In Croce

Works for Double Bass

Daniele Roccato: double bass / Fabrizio Ottaviucci: piano / Massimiliano Pitocco: bayan


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The double bass is in the focus of the four compositions by Sofia Gubaidulina. The compositions which were written and reviewed over a time span of over forty years “are among the highlights in double bass literature: four gems of outstanding value every double bass player should learn to perform.” (Daniele Roccato)

In “Sonata” the double bass part is largely written in a traditional way. However, the performer can opt for various choices of fingering, positions and resonating chords according to personal preferences. Moreover, it is to be assumed that Gubaidulina also intended a specific gestural expressiveness of the double bass player to be part of the tonal result.

In “Pantomime” one immediately senses a certain theatricality which is evoked by melodic contours, dramatic pauses and dynamic progressions. Everything contributes to revealing the composer’s dramatic intention.

Gubaidulina originally composed her ten “Preludes” for violoncello. Later, she rearranged nine of these original compositions for double bass.

In 1975 Sofia Gubaidulina, Viktor Suslin and Vyacheslav Artyomov founded a group called “Astreya” whose aim was to achieve new forms of improvisation by using either ancient or folk instruments. Against this backdrop, the composer used for her third version of “In Croce” not only the double bass but also the bayan which is a sort of button accordion quite common in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century.

Détails
Contenu du texte: Sonata für Kontrabass und Klavier (1975)
Pantomime für Kontrabass und Klavier (1966)
In Croce für Kontrabass und Bajan (2009). Version der Komponistin nach der Originalversion für Violoncello und Orgel (1979) resp. Violoncello und Bajan (1991)
Preludes für Solo-Kontrabass (2009). Version der Komponistin nach der Originalversion für Violoncello und Orgel (1974)
Durée de la performance: 61' 21"
EAN: 4010228676020
Maison d'édition: Wergo
Séries: WERGO - Music of Our Time
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The double bass is in the focus of the four compositions by Sofia Gubaidulina. The compositions which were written and reviewed over a time span of over forty years “are among the highlights in double bass literature: four gems of outstanding value every double bass player should learn to perform.” (Daniele Roccato)

In “Sonata” the double bass part is largely written in a traditional way. However, the performer can opt for various choices of fingering, positions and resonating chords according to personal preferences. Moreover, it is to be assumed that Gubaidulina also intended a specific gestural expressiveness of the double bass player to be part of the tonal result.

In “Pantomime” one immediately senses a certain theatricality which is evoked by melodic contours, dramatic pauses and dynamic progressions. Everything contributes to revealing the composer’s dramatic intention.

Gubaidulina originally composed her ten “Preludes” for violoncello. Later, she rearranged nine of these original compositions for double bass.

In 1975 Sofia Gubaidulina, Viktor Suslin and Vyacheslav Artyomov founded a group called “Astreya” whose aim was to achieve new forms of improvisation by using either ancient or folk instruments. Against this backdrop, the composer used for her third version of “In Croce” not only the double bass but also the bayan which is a sort of button accordion quite common in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century.

Contenu du texte: Sonata für Kontrabass und Klavier (1975)
Pantomime für Kontrabass und Klavier (1966)
In Croce für Kontrabass und Bajan (2009). Version der Komponistin nach der Originalversion für Violoncello und Orgel (1979) resp. Violoncello und Bajan (1991)
Preludes für Solo-Kontrabass (2009). Version der Komponistin nach der Originalversion für Violoncello und Orgel (1974)
Durée de la performance: 61' 21"
EAN: 4010228676020
Maison d'édition: Wergo
Séries: WERGO - Music of Our Time