Henri Dutilleux - Dutilleux: Concertos For Violin & Cello FLAC album
Genre: Classical music
Title: Dutilleux: Concertos For Violin & Cello
Country: UK & Europe
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Pentatone has this week announced the release of German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser‘s new album: Lutoslawski & Dutilleux Cello Concertos. Recorded with conductor Thomas Søndergård and the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, the disc features Witold Lutosławski’s Cello Concerto (1970) and Henri Dutilleux’s Cello Concerto Tout un monde lointain (1970). Both pieces have been musical companions of mine for many year. have been touring them extensively, and the time just felt right to make my statement with these masterpieces.
A cello concerto (sometimes called a violoncello concerto) is a concerto for solo cello with orchestra or, very occasionally, smaller groups of instruments. These pieces have been written since the Baroque era if not earlier. However, unlike the violin, the cello had to face harsh competition from the older, well-established viola da gamba. As a result, few important cello concertos were written before the 19th century – with the notable exceptions of those by Vivaldi, .
Dutilleux: Violin Concerto; Cello Concerto.
Album · 1994 · 6 Songs. Tout un monde lointain - Concerto for cello & orchestra. Charles Dutoit, Orchestre national de France & Lynn Harrell.
This album features cello concertos by Witold Lutosławski and Henri Dutilleux performed by the multiple prize-winning German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser and the hester Berlin, conducted by Thomas Søndergård. These works, premiered in 1970, are two of the biggest gems of the twentieth century, the golden age of the cello. While equally virtuosic and engaging, both pieces showcase different aspects of the musical landscape of the late twentieth century. In comparison, soloist and ensemble work together more smoothly in Henri Dutilleux’ Tout un monde lontain. In this cello concerto, the composer invokes a mystical world from afar, inspired by Baudelaire quotes and full of allusions to French musical greats such as Debussy and Messiaen, while simultaneously sounding unmistakably Dutilleuxian
Dutilleux: Concertos For Violin & Cello. 1995 Decca Music Group Limited. Released on: 1994-01-01. Producer: Paul Myers Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Stanley Goodall Composer: Henri Dutilleux. Auto-generated by YouTube.
Henri Dutilleux (1916–2013) was one of the most important French composers of the second half of the 20th century, producing work in the tradition of Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, and Albert Roussel, but in a style distinctly his own. Born on the 22nd January 1916, as a young man Dutilleux studied harmony, counterpoint and piano with Victor Gallois at the Douai Conservatory before leaving for Paris.
|Concerto Pour Violin Et Orchestre L'Abre Des Songes||(23:40)|
|Librement - Interlude|
|Vif - Interlude 2|
|Lent - Interlude 3|
|Largo Et Animé|
|Concerto Pour Violoncello Et Orcheste Tout Un Monde Lointain...|
|444 398-2 DH||Henri Dutilleux||Dutilleux: Concertos For Violin & Cello (CD, Album)||Decca||444 398-2 DH||UK & Europe||1995|
|478 8353||Henri Dutilleux||Concertos for Violin & Cello (CD, Comp, RM)||Decca||478 8353||Europe||Unknown|