Ricercari Cameron Crozman

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Label: Les Disques ATMA Inc.

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Artist: Cameron Crozman

Composer: Domenico Gabrielli (1659-1690), Walter Murphy (1952), Cameron Crozman

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  • Domenico Gabrielli (1651 - 1690):
  • 1Gabrielli: Ricercar V in C major01:42
  • Alexina Louie (b. 1946):
  • 2Louie: Quasi Cadenza05:00
  • Domenico Gabrielli:
  • 3Gabrielli: Ricercar III in D major02:58
  • Nina C. Young (b. 1984):
  • 4Young: Primary Colors04:58
  • Domenico Gabrielli:
  • 5Gabrielli: Ricercar VII in D minor04:57
  • Jordan Pal (b. 1983):
  • 6Pal: Fleet05:06
  • Domenico Gabrielli:
  • 7Gabrielli: Ricercar II in A minor07:22
  • Daniel Alvarado Bonilla (b. 1985):
  • 8Bonilla: Senderos12:21
  • Domenico Gabrielli:
  • 9Gabrielli: Ricercar IV in E-flat major03:54
  • Benoît Sitzia (b. 1990):
  • 10Sitzia: Éloge du Chant II – Prière03:32
  • Domenico Gabrielli:
  • 11Gabrielli: Ricercar I in G minor01:39
  • Cameron Crozman (b. 1995):
  • 12Cameron Crozman: Falling Forward04:30
  • Domenico Gabrielli:
  • 13Gabrielli: Ricercar VI in G major03:22
  • Kelly-Marie Murphy (b. 1964):
  • 14Murphy: The Book of Elegant Feelings09:23
  • Total Runtime01:10:44

Info for Ricercari

Canadian cellist Cameron Crozman presents Ricercari, a highly original album for solo cello.

Gabrielli's Ricercari emerged from obscurity in 1689, heralding the beginning of music for unaccompanied cello. They serve as inspiration for six new works by Canadian, French, Colombian, and American composers commissioned by Crozman, whose own exploration is included as the seventh piece in this unique program.

"Playing Gabrielli's Ricercari has always felt like entering a labyrinth," says Crozman. "Gabrielli truly could not have chosen a better title for these pieces than the Italian word meaning 'to seek out. The works offer both performers and listeners a chance to travel back to a time when music for solo cello was a brand-new idea."

Cameron is fascinated by historical performance practice and exploring lesser-known works while also being engaged in contemporary music and collaborating with world renowned composers including Kaija Saariaho and Peteris Vasks. He has premiered a number of new works dedicated to him from solos to concertos and is active in commissioning new music from Canadian composers such as Alexina Louie and Kelly-Marie Murphy

Cameron Crozman, cello

Cameron Crozman
A cellist “with a rich imagination and a keen mind” (Diapason), Cameron Crozman is the recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts 2021 Virginia Parker Prize and CBC/Radio-Canada’s 2019–2020 Classical Revelation. He regularly appears in recital and as a soloist with major orchestras in North America and Europe and shares the stage with world-renowned artists, including James Campbell, James Ehnes, Augustin Hadelich, and André Laplante. After his studies with Paul Pulford in Canada, Crozman attended the Paris Conservatoire in the class of Michel Strauss, and he is a 2016-2017 laureate of Gautier Capuçon’s Classe d’excellence de violoncelle. He has released recordings on the ATMA Classique and Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo labels. His performances have been broadcast on CBC, Radio France, and Medici.tv. Crozman is the founder and artistic director of ClassicalValley—a festival combining music and wine in the Okanagan Valley—and the Edeta Arts International Chamber Music Festival in Llíria, Spain, a UNESCO Creative City of Music.

Booklet for Ricercari

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