Montalbetti: Solos, a Personal Diary in Music Francois-Frederic Guy

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Album-Release:
2016

HRA-Release:
13.09.2016

Label: Alpha

Genre: Classical

Subgenre: Chamber Music

Artist: Francois-Frederic Guy, Tedi Papavrami, Marc Coppey, Nicolas Baldeyrou, David Guerrier

Composer: Eric Montalbetti (1968)

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  • Eric Montalbetti (1968-): Trois etudes apres Kandinsky for Solo Piano
  • 1Deux traits noirs01:04
  • 2De lobscurite des spheres a leur eclat - After Yellow-Red-Blue02:08
  • 3Furieusement amoureux - After Lyrical01:18
  • Esprit tendre for Solo Oboe
  • 4Esprit tendre for Solo Oboe06:56
  • Sonata for Solo Violin
  • 5First Movement02:02
  • 6Second Movement02:14
  • 7Third Movement05:25
  • 8Fourth Movement02:12
  • Un herbier pour la vie for Solo Cello
  • 9Elegie08:18
  • 10Labsent03:00
  • 11Bicinium08:49
  • Cinq formants for Solo Clarinet
  • 12Formant I01:03
  • 13Formant II01:06
  • 14Formant III01:20
  • 15Formant IV04:24
  • 16Formant V06:33
  • Priere de lange gardien for Solo Horn
  • 17Priere de lange gardien for Solo Horn08:42
  • Total Runtime01:06:34

Info for Montalbetti: Solos, a Personal Diary in Music

This album of ‘solos’ for various different instruments constitutes the composer’s ‘personal diary’ over some twenty-five years. Eric Montalbetti, who was artistic director of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France from 1996 to 2014, long kept his music a secret, composing for himself, as if he were keeping a diary. Yet he had been composing since the age of eleven, while also learning the piano and the organ. He was taught by Paul Méfano and Michaël Levinas, and attended masterclasses with George Benjamin and Magnus Lindberg. In 1990 he received prizes from the Sacem and the Menuhin Foundation for his Violin Sonata. He seeks in music a language capable of expressing our most varied emotions: vital energy, interrogation, anxiety, mourning, rage, hope, prayer, love, gratitude. Trois études après Kandinsky for piano, Esprit tendre for oboe (a tribute to Helen and Elliott Carter), the Sonata for solo violin in four movements, a Suite for cello, five Formants for solo clarinet, and La Prière de l’Ange gardien for solo horn make up this program, which is performed by some of the finest soloists on the current French scene.

Francois-Frederic Guy, piano (on tracks 1-3)
Tedi Papavrami, violin (on tracks 5-8)
Marc Coppey, cello (on tracks 9-11)
Nicholas Baldeyrou, clarinet (on tracks 12-16)
Jean-Louis Capezzali, oboe (on track 4)
David Guerrier, horn (on track 17)

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