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The new CD Haptic by the French guitar duo Lallement Marques, two musicians internationallyrecognized for it's interpretations of the contemporary repertoire, presents a singular programthrough the compositions of three authors: Helmut Lachenmann, Mark Andre and Pascale Criton,a journey through the surprising sounds of music of our time. The publication opens with Salut furCaudwell by Helmut Lachenmann ((1935), a piece composed in 1977, with a performance by theDuo resulting from a long experience developed together with the composer. Characterized by apermanent tension, the score has become a reference work for the repertoire for two guitars, apiece by Lachenmann follows iv 14 by Mark Andre (1964), a piece of "intense fragility", terms inwhich, says Elisa Constable, "all the compositional challenges of Mark Andre's work, profoundlyoriented towards the search for an ineffable artistic and spiritual." This intense journey of listeningto the textures of different compositional languages ends with Trans, in five movements, by PascaleCriton (1954), an author who in his research he particularly explores the variability of sound andthe spatialization of listening.
The new CD Haptic by the French guitar duo Lallement Marques, two musicians internationallyrecognized for it's interpretations of the contemporary repertoire, presents a singular programthrough the compositions of three authors: Helmut Lachenmann, Mark Andre and Pascale Criton,a journey through the surprising sounds of music of our time. The publication opens with Salut furCaudwell by Helmut Lachenmann ((1935), a piece composed in 1977, with a performance by theDuo resulting from a long experience developed together with the composer. Characterized by apermanent tension, the score has become a reference work for the repertoire for two guitars, apiece by Lachenmann follows iv 14 by Mark Andre (1964), a piece of "intense fragility", terms inwhich, says Elisa Constable, "all the compositional challenges of Mark Andre's work, profoundlyoriented towards the search for an ineffable artistic and spiritual." This intense journey of listeningto the textures of different compositional languages ends with Trans, in five movements, by PascaleCriton (1954), an author who in his research he particularly explores the variability of sound andthe spatialization of listening.
8011570372550
Andre / Lachenmann / Duo Lallement Marques - Haptic

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Format: CD
Label: STRADIVARIUS
Rel. Date: 08/09/2024
UPC: 8011570372550

Haptic
Artist: Andre / Lachenmann / Duo Lallement Marques
Format: CD
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The new CD Haptic by the French guitar duo Lallement Marques, two musicians internationallyrecognized for it's interpretations of the contemporary repertoire, presents a singular programthrough the compositions of three authors: Helmut Lachenmann, Mark Andre and Pascale Criton,a journey through the surprising sounds of music of our time. The publication opens with Salut furCaudwell by Helmut Lachenmann ((1935), a piece composed in 1977, with a performance by theDuo resulting from a long experience developed together with the composer. Characterized by apermanent tension, the score has become a reference work for the repertoire for two guitars, apiece by Lachenmann follows iv 14 by Mark Andre (1964), a piece of "intense fragility", terms inwhich, says Elisa Constable, "all the compositional challenges of Mark Andre's work, profoundlyoriented towards the search for an ineffable artistic and spiritual." This intense journey of listeningto the textures of different compositional languages ends with Trans, in five movements, by PascaleCriton (1954), an author who in his research he particularly explores the variability of sound andthe spatialization of listening.
        
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