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Erkki-Sven Tuur - Crystallisatio (1996)

8-09-2016, 18:49
Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Title: Crystallisatio
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: ECM Records / ECM New Series
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (log,tracks+cue)
Total Time: 01:04:16
Total Size: 306 Mb


01. Architectonics VI (12:29)
02. Passion (6:48)
03. Illusion (3:36)
04. Crystallisatio (12:26)
05. Requiem (28:57)

Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Tonu Kaljuste - conductor

Erkki-Sven Tuur - composer

Architectonics VI (1992) for flute, vibraphone, and strings descends from violins into a series of complex resolutions. It is mathematical in the truest sense, making a case for chaos as its primary expression. Convoluted outbursts from winds, neither spastic nor deliberate, are punctuated by strings, shining a light into this lively debate of inter-instrumental politics.

Illusion (1993) for string orchestra dances with every sinew of its bowed body. Though brimming with dynamic suppleness, it turns every statement into a new paragraph. As double basses mark staccato points of articulation, violins reassert their seemingly innate desire to lead. Tonu Kaljuste’s immaculate direction brings phenomenal dynamic control to bear as the piece builds into an ecstatic reinstatement, an aesthetic lock that grows progressively quieter until the final exultation.

Crystallisatio (1995) for 3 flutes, glockenspiel, strings, and live electronics ushers us into a congregation of drowsy banshees, draping themselves in the canopy of a darkened forest. Electronically processed flutes echo like spirits recast in the image of their own reflection. The cellos are given a mournful urgency, through which they enact a promise of daylight. The glockenspiel’s doublings tickle our very spirits with their arousing pinpoints. The frenzy mounts as the processing reveals its illusions more explicitly. We end on an overblown flute and a single glockenspiel note—a drop in the cosmic pond. --Tyran Grillo

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