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Reinhard Flender - Aurora
WWE 1CD 20007
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Reinhard Flender
Aurora

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Aurora- 1. Satz 07:29 Share
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2. Satz 05:37 Share
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Threnos IV- 1.Satz 04:15 Share
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2. Satz 03:50 Share
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3. Satz 07:14 Share
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Pirkei Tehillim- 1. Psalm 23 mizmor le david 03:46 Share
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2. Psalm 103 barechi nafshi et adonay 04:24 Share
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3. Psalm 121 esa eynay el heharim 02:35 Share
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Memorare Andante- Largo- Andante 12:55 Share
Total Time 52:05
Digital Booklet - only with album
Titles often occur to Reinhard David Flender only after he has completed a composition. When listening to Aurora, for example, "a visual association is evoked. The piece starts with a long double bass tone. Then a high pitched tone played by oboe and harp comes in, briefly at first, repeated at intervals; as the piece proceeds it is joined by other tones, until a short melody emerges. Thus the title Aurora, the first rays of sun at the crack of dawn, which then give way to a shape: the dome of the solar disc." Threnos IV is dedicated to the memory of Flender's father: "Here six strings meet with a compact quartet comprising a piano duo and a percussion duo. But far from being overpowered – as I had feared initially – the strings are the soul of the ensemble." In Pirkei Tehillim the composer has set three psalms in Hebrew to music; this work was inspired by Flender's intensive study of oriental music. And last but not least Memorare, "certainly the most 'romantic' composition on this album," a piano quartet contemplating the riches of a life lived and come to terms with. Reinhard David Flender's chamber music comes to the point all by itself – without having to resort to any superficial effects.

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