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Patterns in a Chromatic Field, dedicated to the cello works of Morton Feldman, allows us to discover one of the most original and enigmatic musics of the repertoire. Composed the same year as the well-known Triadic Memories (1981) and 10 years after the famous Rothko Chapel (1971), Patterns in a chromatic field is one of the masterpieces of the cello and piano repertoire from the second half of the 20th century. The Flemish violoncellist Arne Deforce is known for the interiority and the exceptional emotional quality of his interpretations. Since studying at the Conservatorium of Ghent and Brussels, Arne Deforce has specialised in the historic avant-garde of the 20th century, making a name for himself as active ambassador of contemporary repertoire for cello.
Morton Feldman: Patterns in a Chromatic Field
Page 1, Stave 1, Measure 1
Page 10, Stave 2, Measure 1
Page 19, Stave 1, Measure 1
Page 26, Stave 1, Measure 1
Page 30, Stave 2, Measure 1 (Fade out)
Page 30, Stave 2, Measure 1
Page 32, Stave 3, Measure 3
Page 39, Stave 1, Measure 7
Page 42, Stave 3, Measure 7
Morton Feldman: Projection I
Morton Feldman: Composition, "8 Little Pieces"
Composition, "8 Little Pieces"
Morton Feldman: Intersection IV
Morton Feldman: Durations II
“There are plenty of local agitations and even climaxes. These committed performers add four of his other works to their sequence. Coming straight after Patterns, Projection I (1950), for solo cello, is a scintillation lasting just under three minutes.”
17th May 2012
“the surface of Patterns in a Chromatic Field is much less smoothly contoured than usual for late Feldman, the gestures more irregular, the dissonances more astringent...The performance of Patterns by Deidre Cooper and Tilbury is wonderfully dedicated, while Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello seems just as compelling on disc as it was live in Huddersfield.”