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WWE 1CD 20287
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Salvatore Sciarrino
12 Madrigali
1
Quante isole 04:13
2
Ecco mormorar l´onde 04:13
3
La cicala! 02:51
4
Rosso, cosi rosso 03:22
5
O lodola 03:03
6
Sole alto 02:45
7
Quante isole! 03:59
8
Ecco mormorar l´onde 02:29
9
La cicala! 02:44
10
Rosso, cosi rosso 03:07
11
O lodola 02:35
12
Sole alto 03:33
Total Time 38:54
12 Madrigali 9,99 €  |  download
01 Quante isole 04:20
02 Ecco mormorar l´onde 04:20
03 La cicala! 02:58
04 Rosso, cosi rosso 03:28
05 O lodola 03:10
06 Sole alto 02:51
07 Quante isole! 04:05
08 Ecco mormorar l´onde 02:35
09 La cicala! 02:51
10 Rosso, cosi rosso 03:13
11 O lodola 02:41
12 Sole alto 03:39
A new ecology of sound

Salvatore Sciarrino, in league with the Neue Vokalsolisten Stuttgart, embarks on the investigation of a new ecology of sound, through a form of polyphony reduced to chamber-music scale. The lyrics selected by the Italian composer are based on six haikus by the Japanese poet Matsuo Bashô (1644–1694). A comprehensive explanatory text on the production is contributed by Max Nyffeler. The world premiere of the work was recorded at the 2008 Salzburg Festival and is now made available on CD for the first time by col legno!
Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart:

Sarah Sun, soprano 
Susanne Leitz-Lorey, soprano 
Truike van der Poel, mezzo-soprano 
Daniel Gloger, counter tenor 
Martin Nagy, tenor 
Guillermo Anzorena, baritone 
Andreas Fischer, bass

World premiere live recording
August 3, 2008, Kollegienkirche Salzburg
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