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WWE 1CD 40409
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Samy Moussa
Cyclus
01
4 Études - I 08:51
02
4 Études - II Polarlicht 06:47
03
L’autre frère: Oper in 3 Kapiteln: Prélude 04:27
04
À l’assaut des jardins 08:13
05
Streichquartett 09:07
06
Kammerkonzert 09:33
07
Cyclus 07:28
08
4 Études - III Gegenschein 03:00
09
4 Études - IV Zodiakallicht 03:01
Total Time 01:00:27
Upon first listening there can already be no doubt: music is for Samy Moussa a matter of personal expression and direct, bodily experience. The physical dimension of his compositions presents itself undistorted, in its overwhelming power and sonic quality. Something else also becomes immediately clear: that someone is reaching into the sound forcefully and emphatically, that he aims to overwhelm, to overpower, even to assault. Samy Moussa values the energetic, virile gesture, he would rather his listener be riveted than merely touched. This preference is also reflected in how Samy Moussa’s compositional attention is directed primarily toward larger formations such as the orchestra or larger chamber ensembles. Only with such a greatly differentiated instrument can he realize his musical intentions, which he also obtains through his experience as a conductor.
4 Études (2008/2009)
for large orchestra
I. & II.
ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Samy Moussa

L’autre frère: Opera in 3 Chapters (2009/2010): Prélude
for large orchestra
ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Samy Moussa

À l’assaut des jardins (2011)
for piano solo
Emanuele Torquati, Klavier  

Streich Quartet (2012)
Armida Quartet: Martin Funda, Johanna Staemmler (Violin), Teresa Schwamm (Viola), Peter-Philipp Staemmler (Violoncello)  

Kammerkonzert (2006, rev. 2008)
for Chamber Orchestra
ORF Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra
conducted by Samy Moussa  

Cyclus (2007)
for Orchestra
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
conducted by Kent Nagano  

4 Études (2008/2009)
for large orchestra
III. & IV.
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
conducted by Kent Nagano
A co-operation of Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation and col legno.
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