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Dutilleux: Métaboles, L'arbre des songes & Symphony No. 2 "Le double"

Release date: 27 Nov 2015, SSM1007

Artists

Augustin Hadelich, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Sir Neville Marriner, Ludovic Morlot

Composers

Henri Dutilleux

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Gramophone

[Morlot] opts for a woolier and more pliant (for which don't read softcore) mode of attack. Intuition tells me that Dutilleux would have gravitated towards [this] approach…veins of orchestra perspective are opened up [and Morlot] evokes the thrill of ears discovering orchestral vistas and architecture in the moment.

YOU HAVE SELECTED:  Duration Price Price Price Price  
Henri Dutilleux: Métaboles 73:01   $
I. Incantatoire 03:19   $
II. Lin 02:48   $
III. Obsessionel 03:30   $
IV. Torpide 02:47   $
V. Flamboyant 04:54   $
I. Librement - Interlude 07:22   $
II. Vif - Interlude 2 04:03   $
III. Lent - Interlude 3 08:03   $
IV. Large et anim 05:50   $
I. Animato, ma misterioso 08:24   $
II. Andantino sostenuto 09:16   $
III. Allegro fuocoso - Calmato 12:45   $
 

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Album information

Following the Seattle Symphony’s Grammy-nominated Dutilleux album is the second installment in the Symphony’s venture to record a complete survey of the orchestral music of the great French composer. This time Ludovic Morlot and his musicians turn their attention to Dutilleux’s most well-known and exciting orchestral work – Métaboles. Augustin Hadelich joins for an extraordinarily poetic performance of the violin concerto, L’arbre des songes, and the album is completed by a riveting live performance of the Symphony No. 2, all in the spectacular acoustics of Seattle’s Benaroya Hall.With naturalistic imaging, depth of field and dynamic range, these recordings have been engineered to audiophile standards and aim to capture as realistically as possible the sound of the orchestra performing on the Benaroya Hall stage

Dutilleux: Métaboles, L'arbre des songes & Symphony No. 2 "Le double"

Category Orchestral

Period Late 20th

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