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Shifting / Archipel Remix

Shifting / Archipel Remix


Guy Braunstein: violin / WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln / Dennis Russell Davies, Peter Rundel: conductors


  • Édition: CD
  • Année: 2016
  • N° Réf.: WER 73572
18,50 €  *
TVA incl. Weight: 0.11 kg

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Description
'Rolf Riehm is […] an unconventional artist. Before him, nobody has ever sensualized in music such a complex cosmos of philosophical reflections, historical facts, myths, fairytales, memories, scientific arguments, the sublime and the trivial, current socio-political findings, very personal ingredients and contributions.' (Bernd Leukert)

In a letter to Guy Braunstein, soloist at the world premiere, Riehm describes "Shifting" for violin and orchestra as "a huge, sweeping melody. For me, it is like a river that continually gains new strength from the downhill slope of its landscape – the landscape here is the expressivity which gives impetus to the 'melody' and drives it forward, '…moltissimo appassionato…'. [...]The third section is nothing other than a single suspension extended to almost five minutes. And then shortly before the end: no more restrictions, no excessive pressures, only free movement. This is the true beginning of the piece!"

Riehm sees his composition "Archipel Remix" for orchestra with electronic playbacks as an "archipelago, a complex of islands, consisting of differently sized islands. […] The piece starts at the beginning and ends at the end, unsurprisingly, but I want to avoid [the natural passage of time]. Hence the metaphor of the archipelago and the type of designation." (Marion Saxer, Rolf Riehm)

The interpretations of all works are the first recordings worldwide and have been recorded in the presence of the composer.

production: WDR Köln, licensed by WDR mediagroup GmbH
Détails
Contenu du texte: Shifting for violina and large orchestra (1994)
Archipel Remix for large orchestra and electronics (1999)
Durée de la performance: 72'39"
EAN: 4010228735727
Maison d'édition: Wergo
'Rolf Riehm is […] an unconventional artist. Before him, nobody has ever sensualized in music such a complex cosmos of philosophical reflections, historical facts, myths, fairytales, memories, scientific arguments, the sublime and the trivial, current socio-political findings, very personal ingredients and contributions.' (Bernd Leukert)

In a letter to Guy Braunstein, soloist at the world premiere, Riehm describes "Shifting" for violin and orchestra as "a huge, sweeping melody. For me, it is like a river that continually gains new strength from the downhill slope of its landscape – the landscape here is the expressivity which gives impetus to the 'melody' and drives it forward, '…moltissimo appassionato…'. [...]The third section is nothing other than a single suspension extended to almost five minutes. And then shortly before the end: no more restrictions, no excessive pressures, only free movement. This is the true beginning of the piece!"

Riehm sees his composition "Archipel Remix" for orchestra with electronic playbacks as an "archipelago, a complex of islands, consisting of differently sized islands. […] The piece starts at the beginning and ends at the end, unsurprisingly, but I want to avoid [the natural passage of time]. Hence the metaphor of the archipelago and the type of designation." (Marion Saxer, Rolf Riehm)

The interpretations of all works are the first recordings worldwide and have been recorded in the presence of the composer.

production: WDR Köln, licensed by WDR mediagroup GmbH
Contenu du texte: Shifting for violina and large orchestra (1994)
Archipel Remix for large orchestra and electronics (1999)
Durée de la performance: 72'39"
EAN: 4010228735727
Maison d'édition: Wergo