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Nomaden / Joël Bons.

Author/Creator:
Bons, Joël, 1952- composer.
Publication:
Åkersberga, Sweden : BIS, [2019] , ℗2018
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 audio disc (61:35) : digital, CD audio, SACD ; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
Cello with instrumental ensemble.
Cello with instrumental ensemble.
Form/Genre:
Chamber music.
Chamber music.
System Details:
Hybrid SACDs can be played back in stereo (CD and SACD) on CD players as well as in 5.0 Surround sound on SACD players.
digital
optical
stereo surround
audio file
CD audio SACD
Contents:
Entree
Nomade 1 (cello solo)
Passage 1
Nomaden 2
Passage 2
Nomaden 3
Passage 3
Erhungi
Passage 4
Duel (cello & sheng duet)
Azertet (tar, kamancha)
Passage 5
Nomaden 4
Segah (cello & setar duet)
13/8 (setar)
Passage 6
Nomaden 5
Erhu (erhu)
Passage 7
Nomaden 6
M (kemenc̦e)
Sarangi (sarangi)
Nomaden 7
Passage 8 (sho solo)
Sho (sho)
Sho / Sheng
Walkwalk (tar)
Passage 9
Scello (cello solo)
Dopo scello - Passage 10
Salsa
Passage 11
Nomaden 8
Raketten
Rentree
Duduk (duduk)
Shur / Segah
Epilogue.
Participant:
Jean-Guihen Queyras, cello ; Atlas Ensemble ; Ed Spanjaard, conductor.
Notes:
For solo cello and large intercultural ensemble (shakuhachi (doubling flute and piccolo), oboe (doubling English horn), clarinet (doubling bass clarinet), duduk (doubling alto recorder), sho, sheng, setar, tar, tombak, percussion (2 players), erhu, kamancha, kemençe, sarangi, violin, viola and double bass).
Title from disc label.
Composed 2015-2016.
Recorded 2016 October 28 and November 5 Amsterdam Muziekgebouw, the Netherlands.
Includes program and biographical notes in English with German and French translations (35 pages ; portraits (some color)) inserted in container.
Grawemeyer Award in Music Composition, 2019.
Contributor:
Queyras, Jean-Guihen, 1967- instrumentalist.
Spanjaard, Ed, conductor.
Atlas Ensemble, instrumentalist.
OCLC:
1089609759
Publisher Number:
7318599920733
BIS-2073 BIS
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