Christian Lindberg (geb. 1958): Flötenkonzert "The World of Montuagretta"
Posaune & Blechbläserquintett;Ty Solen Är Uppe für
Posaune & Männerchor;Behac Munroh für Trompete, Posaune & Orchester
- Künstler: Sharon Bezaly, Christian Lindberg, Ole Edvard Antonsen, Swedish Chamber Orchestra, Sao Paolo SO, SO, Basque National Orchestra, Stockholm Chamber Brass, Orphei Drängar, Lindberg, Mandeal
- Label: BIS, DDD, 2003/2004
- Bestellnummer: 7380686
- Erscheinungstermin: 31.3.2005
- 1 Helikon Wasp, for conducting trombonist & orchestra Start
- 2 The World of Montuagretta, concerto for flute & orchestra: I. Isola. Adagio - Mandarena. Allegro vivo Start
- 3 The World of Montuagretta, concerto for flute & orchestra: II. Cadenza 'Horry the Lorry'. Rubato ironico
- 4 The World Of Montuagretta, Concerto For Flute & Orchestra: Iii. Dreams Of Arkandia. Lento Start
- 5 The World of Montuagretta, concerto for flute & orchestra: IV. Cadenza impala. Adagio - rubato imposante Start
- 6 The World of Montuagretta, concerto for flute & orchestra: V. Moriatto bianco. Vivace - Chorale - Vivace Start
- 7 Condor Canyon, for trombone & brass quintet Start
- 8 ... ty solen är uppe!, for trombone & male choir Start
- 9 Behac Munroh, for trumpet, trombone & orchestra Start
ProduktinfoFor a musician to cross over into conducting is not unheard of – much rarer nowadays is the instrumental virtuoso who composes. But Christian Lindberg again proves the exception. Having carved out his very own niche as a trombone soloist by astonishing a whole world with the brilliance of his playing, he started to write music mainly for his own use. This has led to a long list of commissions to fill, from individual musicians as well as from institutions such as the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. This portrait disc – on which Christian Lindberg appears not only as composer, but also as soloist and conductor! – contains works written between 1999-2004. Inspired by sources as diverse as Swedish playwright August Strindberg – ‘…ty solen är uppe’ (‘…for the Sun is Arisen’) for trombone and male choir – or a Brazilian documentary – The World of Montuagretta for flute and orchestra – these works gives a fascinating insight into the creative imagination of their composer. And while several of them have originated from a narrative idea, they are not intended as programme music. Indeed, in his own liner notes, Christian Lindberg states his ambition clearly: ‘My only goal has been to write music that interests me personally, and that I myself find attractive.’ Presented by world-leading soloists (Christian Lindberg himself, Sharon Bezaly and Ole Edvard Antonsen), ensembles and orchestras, this music will surely be found both interesting and attractive by many others too.
With this CD, the trilogy of discs intended as a celebration of Lindberg’s versatility and of his 20 years of recording on BIS, is complete: Lindberg the soloist (Classical Trombone Concertos), the conductor and now the composer.
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