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Nicolas Dautricourt, Orchestra Vigo 430 & Alejandro Garrido Porras - Sibelius: Humoresques (2015)

21-01-2016, 22:16
Classical Music | FLAC / APE


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Title: Sibelius: Humoresques
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: La Dolce Volta
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 77:05
Total Size: 350 MB
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Tracklist:

1. No. 1 in D Minor - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
2. No. 2 in D Major - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
3. No. 1 in G Minor - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
4. No. 2 in G Minor - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
5. No. 3 in E-flat Major - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
6. No. 4 in G Minor - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
7. Cantique (Laetare Anima Mea) - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
8. Devotion (Ab Imo Pectore) - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
9. No. 1 in D Major - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
10. No. 2 in G Minor - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
11. I. Country Scenerey - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
12. II. Evening in Spring - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
13. III. In the Summer - Nicolas Dautricourt/Orquestra Vigo 430
14. I. Mazurka - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
15. II. Rondino - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
16. III. Walzer - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
17. IV. Aubade - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
18. V. Menuetto - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
19. Romance, Op. 2a - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
20. Perpetuum Mobile, Op. 2b - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen
21. Epilogue, Op. 2b - Nicolas Dautricourt/Juho Pohjonen

La Dolce Volta presents a recording entirely devoted to an almost unknown part of the output of Sibelius. Through accidents of programming, Nicolas Dautricourt happened to discover a number of pieces that were new to him, including the Finnish composer s 'Humoresques'. In the course of time he explored the rest of these pieces, alongside his symphonic music. They seemed to him, like Sibelius s output as a whole, to be highly individual, in a wholly personal vein, deriving from no earlier school and distinct from any other musical language. Fascinated by this extraordinary independence of mind, Nicolas Dautricourt reveals a more secret, more intimate repertory, in which virtuosity is of secondary importance. Of course, the violin can still dazzle, but the general mood is more confidential, closer to chamber music, with the primary emphasis on colours and impressions.





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