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WWE 1CD 31822
Luigi Nono
Varianti (violin concerto)
1
Variazioni canoniche sulla serie dell´ op. 41 di Arnold Schönberg - Largo vagamente 09:26
2
- Andante moderato 06:06
3
- Allegro violento 01:31
4
- lento 08:44
5
Varianti 16:41
6
No hay caminos, hay que caminar... 25:45
7
Incontri 06:49
Total Time 01:15:02
"All my works always start out from a human incentive: an event, an experience, a text in our lives leads to my instinct and my conscience and wants me to bear witness, as a musician and as a man." This is how Nono, in 1960, described his motivation as a composer, the incentive inducing him to speak up through his music. His opus 1, the Canonic variations on the series of op. 41 by Arnold Schönberg, is based on the twelve-tone series used in Schönberg's composition; it actually takes effect in the last part of these manifold Variazioni. In Incontri (1955) the composer deals with a personal relationship by way of analogy: "Like two beings, different from each other and each independent in itself, meet and their meeting may turn, not into a 'oneness' but into a matching each other, a being together, a symbiosis." After the Darmstadt premiere of Incontri, Nuria Schönberg and Luigi Nono got married. While Varianti (1957), dedicated to Rudolf Kolisch, is related to serial techniques, No hay caminos, written three decades later, is limited to the dynamic and tonal regions that were so important to Nono in his later years: "The maximum of divested inwardness."
Recommendation
In 1993, the Salzburg Festival presented Nono as a sound seeker in their series "Zeitfluss", focusing on Das atmende Klarsein (1980/81). 
The new Prometeo: "Nono in close-up: listen, be astonished, and enjoy." (Die Welt) Included in the Quarterly Critics’ Choice of the German Record Critics’ Award! 
Quando stanno morendo (1982)
and other Vocal works
Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart
Re-Release, finally available! 
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