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Performer: Terje Rypdal
Genre: Classical music
Title: Q.E.D.
Country: Germany
Released: 1993
Style: Contemporary
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Rating: 4.9
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or opus 54, for Rypdal archivists) is a composition in five movements for electric guitar, string ensemble, and woodwinds, and in it Rypdal often alternates sections of great dissonance with near silence, or lonely sustained notes by just one or two instruments. It can have the sweeping starkness of a tracking shot over a fjord, but there's a certain coldness to it as well, and even confirmed fans of his jazz work may take a while to warm up to it.

Composed By – Terje Rypdal. ECM 513 374-2) CD 53m With his previous excursion into the avant-garde UNIDISONUS, I'm sure Rypdal startled most of his audience, with a strangely smooth and atmospheric classical music devoid of anything recognisable as Rypdal! I suppose I shouldn't have been surprised that he would venture into that territory, as the superb and spacious orchestral suite Whenever I seem to be far away presented a talented orchestrator. The problem for me however with UNIDISONUS was that it was much too classical and sedate, and to be honest it bored me. .

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Terje Rypdal (born 23 August 1947) is a Norwegian guitarist and composer. He has been an important member in the Norwegian jazz community, and has also given show concerts with guitarists Ronni Le Tekrø and Mads Eriksen as "N3". Rypdal was born in Oslo, the son of a composer and orchestra leader. He studied classical piano and trumpet as a child, and then taught himself to play guitar as he entered his teens.

is an album of contemporary classical music by guitarist Terje Rypdal recorded in 1991 and released on the ECM label in 1993.

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Tracklist

Quod Erat Demonstrandum (Opus 52)
1st Movement 4:56
2nd Movement 2:20
3rd Movement 4:55
4th Movement 4:52
5th Movement 18:21
Largo (Opus 55)
Largo 16:47

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ECM 1474, 513 374-2 Terje Rypdal Q.E.D. ‎(CD, Album) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 1474, 513 374-2 Germany 1993
ECM 1474, 78118-21474-2 Terje Rypdal Q.E.D. ‎(CD, Album) ECM Records, BMG Classics ECM 1474, 78118-21474-2 US 1993
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TERJE RYPDAL - Q.E.D. (ECM 513 374-2) CD 53mWith his previous excursion into the avant-garde UNIDISONUS, I'm sure Rypdal startled most of his audience, with a strangely smooth and atmospheric classical music devoid of anything recognisable as Rypdal! I suppose I shouldn't have been surprised that he would venture into that territory, as the superb and spacious orchestral suite Whenever I seem to be far away presented a talented orchestrator. The problem for me however with UNIDISONUS was that it was much too classical and sedate, and to be honest it bored me. Q.E.D., on the other hand, is a fascinating and radical concoction that breaks a hell of a lot of new ground, and whilst being principally just orchestra and guitar it's nothing like his previous ventures.Quod Erat Demonstrandum, a 5-part 36 minute suite, is full of unusual touches: Penderecki, or Ligeti styled strings and abstract Varese-like textures counterpoint and/or complimented by various guitar sounds courtesy of Rypdal himself. The variety of textures and dynamics holds the attention throughout with its oft-startling, abrasive or chaotic structures. Actually sometimes this sounds more like a meeting of Xenakis and Fred Frith. Striking indeed. Largo (a 16 minute piece filling up the rest of the disc) has much more in the way of familiar Rypdal styling with shimmering strings and more subtle guitar effects, an excellent and contrasting breather after the more aggressive suite that precedes it.Thus, as ever, Rypdal has done the unexpected, proving there's no limit to his talents. I wonder what he'll do next?review by Alan Freeman in Audion magazine #25 (June 1993)