Gubaidulina: In tempus praesens & Glorious Percussion

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Gubaidulina: In tempus praesens & Glorious Percussion

Label:

BIS

Catalogue No:

BISCD1752

Discs:

1

Release date:

28th Nov 2011

Barcode:

7318590017524

Length:

71 minutes

Medium:

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Gubaidulina: In tempus praesens & Glorious Percussion

Concertos by Sofia Gubaidulina


Gubaidulina:

In tempus praesens - Concerto for violin and orchestra

Vadim Gluzman (violin)

Glorious Percussion - Concerto for percussion ensemble and orchestra

World Première Recording

Glorious Percussion (Anders Loguin, Anders Haag, Mika Takehara, Eirik Raude, Robyn Schulkowsky)


Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, Jonathan Nott

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BIS here present a substantial addition to Sofia Gubaidulina’s discography to coincide with her 80th birthday.

Her music is intimately connected to her religious and philosophical beliefs. In the violin concerto In tempus praesens the numbers 1 and 3 – derived from the Holy Trinity – play an important role, as well as the concept of ‘Sophia’, implying divine wisdom and the creative power of God. The soloist here is Vadim Gluzman.

Another pillar of Gubaidulina’s musical thinking is rhythm, and this disc features her most recent work for percussion: Glorious Percussion received its first performance in 2008 by an international group of eminent percussionists adopting the work’s title as its name. In this world première recording of the work, the ensemble appears with the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra under Jonathan Nott.

Sofia Gubaidulina: In Tempus Praesens

In Tempus Praesens

Sofia Gubaidulina: Glorious Percussion

Glorious Percussion

BBC Music Magazine

March 2012

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“Gubaidulina's second violin concerto, In Tempus Praesens (2007) is one of her most eloquent utterances...All in all a poetic reading, sufficiently different from Mutter to be worth acquiring...Gubaidulina has written resourcefully for percussion throughout her career, and this is almost a showcase of her command of the medium.”

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