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Album-Release:
2020

HRA-Release:
04.12.2020

Label: Klarthe

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Vocal

Artist: Quatuor Béla, Laura Holm, Julie Brunet-Jailly

Composer: Bruno Ducol

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  • Bruno Ducol (b. 1949): Adonaïs ou l'air et les songes pour voix et quatuor à cordes épitaphe sur la mort de Charles S, Op. 47:
  • 1Adonaïs ou l'air et les songes pour voix et quatuor à cordes épitaphe sur la mort de Charles S, Op. 47: I. Lamento13:42
  • 2Adonaïs ou l'air et les songes pour voix et quatuor à cordes épitaphe sur la mort de Charles S, Op. 47: II. Lost Echo04:22
  • 3Adonaïs ou l'air et les songes pour voix et quatuor à cordes épitaphe sur la mort de Charles S, Op. 47: III. Intermezzo02:21
  • 4Adonaïs ou l'air et les songes pour voix et quatuor à cordes épitaphe sur la mort de Charles S, Op. 47: IV. Calls06:57
  • 5Adonaïs ou l'air et les songes pour voix et quatuor à cordes épitaphe sur la mort de Charles S, Op. 47: V. Enigmatico03:45
  • Bruno Ducol:
  • 6A corinna No. II pour quatuor à cordes, Op. 1811:30
  • 7Hymne au soleil pour flûte et trio à cordes, Op. 4617:41
  • 8Tout le jaune se meurt pour soprano, Op. 48bis08:14
  • Total Runtime01:08:32

Info for Bruno Ducol: Adonaïs



A number of friends and complicit performers (in particular Hélène and Thierry Salmona, sponsors of Adonais), have made the production of this new album possible. I concocted its programme - during my residence at the Abbaye de La Prée between 2014-2016 - in homage to Antiquity where nature and culture, Aphrodite and Corinna, Sun and Ocean weave a long and harmonious canvas. Paying homage too to a number of contemporary muses who prolong these effects.

Quatuor Béla
Laura Holm, soprano
Julie Brunet-Jailly, flute



Quatuor Béla
Formed in 2006 by musicians from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in both Paris and Lyon graduating with the highest distinctions, the Béla quartet is renowned for devising special programmes, which present the great classical masterpieces together with 20th century repertoire and works by living composers.

The ensemble is well established in France, where all its members are based; they have appeared at the Philharmonie, Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord and Seine Musicale (Paris), Arsenal (Metz), Opéra de Lyon, Tandem (Arras-Douai), MC2 (Grenoble), Maison de la Culture (Bourges), as well as the Aix-en-Provence festival, Biennale Musique en Scène (Lyon), ‘Why Note’ (Dijon), Les Musiques (Marseille), Flâneries Musicales (Reims) and the Folles Journées (Nantes). Abroad, the quartet has been invited to play at the Villa Medici (Roma), Beethoven Festival (Bonn), Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango (Bogotà), Market Theater (Johannesbourg), Ars Musica (Bruxelles), Octogone in Pully (Lausanne), Printemps des Arts (Monte Carlo) and Festival Archipel (Genève).

In addition to classical and 20th century repertoire, which they regularly perform, they have premiered works by Philippe Leroux, Robert HP Platz, Francesca Verunelli, Francesco Filidei, Daniel D’Adamo, Thierry Blondeau, Benjamin de la Fuente, Jean-Pierre Drouet, François Sarhan, Nimrod Sahar, Jérôme Combier, Garth Knox, Sylvain Lemêtre, Frédéric Aurier and Frédéric Pattar, to name but a few.

Thriving in all different styles from the contemporary music world, the quartet collaborates with high profile artists, such as singer and comedian Elise Caron, fiddle player Jean-François Vrod, rock musician Albert Marcœur, with whom they also recorded, Jeli Moriba Koïta, young oud exponent Ahmad Al Khatib, cellist Noémi Boutin, harpist Valeria Kafelnikov, viola player Garth Knox as well as jazz musicians, for example, the Jean Louis Trio, pianist Roberto Negro and saxophonist Emile Parisien.

The Béla Quartet has released six CDs, including the recent ‘Folding and Unfolding’ from the Cuitcatl Collection (La Buissonne label), with works by Thierry Blondeau and Daniel D’Adamo, and ‘Métamorphoses Nocturnes’ featuring the two Ligeti quartets (Aeon label); the latter received outstanding critical acclaim worldwide (ffff Télérama, Luister 10 Award and Gramophone Critic’s Choice Award).

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