|Title:||Different Traces (Works For Saxophone And Electronics)|
|Style:||Contemporary, Classical, Modern|
|Other format:||RA FLAC VOX AHX ASF MIDI MIDI|
1. –Pierre Jodlowski. New York Counterpoint. L'air d'ailleurs - Bicinium. Saxophone, Soloist – Ruth Velten.
Mixtion Pierre Jodlowski; Ruth Velten; Pierre Jodlowski. 2. New York Counterpoint (arr. by S. Fancher for Soprano Saxophone and Tape) Steve Reich; Susan Fancher; Ruth Velten; Steve Reich. 3. Sequenza VIIb Luciano Berio; Ruth Velten. Berlin-based saxophonist Ruth Velten has put together an exciting programme of contemporary music for solo saxophone and electronics on her debut solo album, combining classics of the modern era from Steve Reich and Berio with music of the 21st century by Pierre Jodlowski. Gordon Kampe wrote his unbelievably colourful Ruth’s Piece for the versatile Velten, who displays a range of new performing techniques, virtuoso passagework and gorgeous saxophone sound on both this world premiere recording and the rest of the selections. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – Genuin Studio Masters.
Works for Saxophone Solo & Electronics. Ruth Velten (saxophones). Release Date: 1st Jul 2016. Catalogue No: GEN16424. Kampe wrote his unbelievably colourful Ruth's Piece (with wicked zombies) for this versatile musician, who wins us over with new performing techniques, virtuoso passagework, and gorgeous saxophone sound in both this world premiere recording and the rest of the programme.
Luciano Berio, Cavaliere di Gran Croce OMRI (October 24, 1925 – May 27, 2003) was an Italian composer. He is noted for his experimental work (in particular his 1968 composition Sinfonia and his series of virtuosic solo pieces titled Sequenza) and also for his pioneering work in electronic music. Berio was born in Oneglia (now part of Imperia), on the Ligurian coast of Italy. He was taught how to play the piano by his father and grandfather, who were both organists
Pierre Jodlowski ( 1971): For Tenor Saxophone and Electronics: 1Mixtion15:08. Steve Reich ( 1936): For Soprano Saxophone and Tape: 2New York Counterpoint11:13. Luciano Berio (1925–2003): For Soprano Saxophone: 3Sequenza VIIb07:17. Ruth Velten Born in Flensburg in 1980, Ruth Velten took a keen interest in music at an early age. Raised in a family of musicians, she received her earliest musical training on the piano at the age of four before later discovering the saxophone. To encourage new works for saxophone, she works closely with composers such as Sofia Gubaidulina, Gordon Kampe, Fabien Lévy, Johannes Kreidler and Georg Katzer. Since 2013 she has been the director of the IM FOKUS concert series for New Music in Berlin, in which she undertakes New Music productions of her own.
L’Engrenage – Works for clarinet & saxophone quartet Louis Sclavis & saxophone quartet Habanera (Christian Wirth, Sylvain Malézieux, Fabrizio Mancuso, Gilles Tressos). Label : Alpha, Collection : Les chants de la terre, Référence : ALPHA518 – 3760014195181, 19,- €. Alexandros Markeas ( 1965) : Engrenage. Pierre Jodlowski (. 971): Mixtion. Steve Reich (. 936): New York Counterpoint. Luciano Berio (1925-2003): Sequenza VIIb. Gordon Kampe (. 976): Ruth’s Piece. Fabien Lévy (b. 1968): L’air d’ailleurs – Bicinium. François-Bernard Mâche (. 935): Aulodie.
Gordon Kampe, Ruth Velten. Fabien Lévy, Ruth Velten. Luciano Berio, Ruth Velten.
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As Berio puts it, Laborintus II is "a laboratory 'reduced' to the dimensions of performance, where we test theories and practices which can be used as experimental models of real life. And then explore the Sequenzas for solo instruments that Berio started writing in the mid-1950s, which run through the rest of his life in music, from the Sequenza I for Severino Gazzelloni's flute in 1958 to number XIV for cello, composed in 2002. Each sequenza (sequence) is a compositional love-letter from Berio to the repertoires and possibilities of each instrument. The Sequenzas were themselves starting points for another series of works called Chemins, pathways through the material of the Sequenzas but exploded and amplified into new contexts, scored for larger instrumental groups or even for different solo instruments. Listen to what Berio does in Chemins II, based on the viola sequenza.
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|2||–Steve Reich||New York Counterpoint|
|3||–Luciano Berio||Sequenza Viib|
|4||–Gordon Kampe||Ruth's Piece|
|5||–Fabien Lévy||L'air d'ailleurs - Bicinium|