Henri Dutilleux’s Cello Concerto Tout un monde lointain () is so intimately wrapped up in his relationship with Mstislav Rostropovich, the work’s dedicatee. Dutilleux’s rapturous cello concerto written for Mstislav Rostropovich, is the highlight on this sensuous, stunningly performed disc. The music of Henri Dutilleux figured prominently in concerts of the National Symphony Tout un monde lointain? is one of the numerous concerted works.
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The Greatest Cello Concertos. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. And in this strange and symbolic nature. Mstislav Rostropovich Orchestre de Paris.
Introspection Late Night Partying. Very free and flexible ” The second and fourth sections are slow moving, while the third has the function of a scherzo, with solo writing of enormous technical difficulty.
Tout un monde lontain; Metaboles; Mystere de l’instant. You contain, sea of ebony, a dazzling dream Of sails, of rowers, of flames and masts. Past Performances National Symphony Orchestra: La Mort des amants?
The orchestra is treated in a sectionalized, pointilliste fashion. Timbres, espace, movementcommissioned by him, was given its premiere in this hall in The music is at first quiet but leads to the main section which is highly rhythmic and displays extended techniques. Our two hearts will be two large torches that will reflect their double lights in our two spirits, those twin mirrors A typical performance runs approximately 27 minutes. Give Now Help us continue to provide the outstanding performances you’ve come to expect!
The piece has five movements, each bearing a title and a quotation from a poem from Les fleurs du malby Charles Baudelaire. The principal idea of Enigme eventually dominates. The middle movement functions as a scherzo with an extremely difficult solo part. The music forms a long arch and ends on a reprise of the motif that opened the work.
A whole distant world Rather than attempt to convey Baudelaire’s word-images in music, dutilelux composer gives us, in purely musical terms, the personal response evoked by the respective verses. This theme is cross-referenced throughout the work. Henri Dutilleux, Vladimir Agopov: Those of wise men are never as beautiful as those of fools!?
There are five movements.
In addition to the inscriptions from Baudelaire, Dutilleux has provided his own brief descriptive comments. The last notes lontain a link to the next movement. The music is cast as a set of variations on the note theme heard at the outset and cross-referenced in each of the successive movements.
A Whole World Distant? The principal motif of this central section is foreshadowed at the end of the cadenza in Enigme.
The cello part was edited by the Russian cellist and published with his fingerings.
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It is accompanied by calm, liquid pulsation from the percussions and “mirror” chords played by the harp as well as phrases in backwards motion by the violins. As the soloist plays, similar? This is the second slow movement.
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Moreover, each movement is prefaced by a quotation from Baudelaire. In addition to the solo cello, the score calls for piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 3 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, tuba, timpani, snare drum, bass drum, bongs, tom tom, chime, crash cymbal, medium and small suspended cymbals, triangle, xylophone, glockenspiel, low and medium gongs, low and medium tam tams, marimba, celesta, harp, and strings.
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