A collection of songs by Dusapin, collected to create a new cycle. With pianist Vanessa Wagner.
A cycle of 27 songs on poems by and aphorisms by Nietzsche. Commissioned by Theatre des Bouffes du Nord and Wiener Konzerthaus. Dedicated to Georg Nigl. With performance notes in French and non-singing French translations of the texts. Of advanced difficulty.
Wagner performs Etudes Nos. 1-7 by the contemporary French composer Dusapin. Includes a book with text by Michael Onfray.
The ensemble Accentus performs music by Gabriel Faure, Joseph Haydn, Johannes Brahms, and Pascal Dusapin. Conducted by Laurence Equilbey.
Edited by Beate Zelinsky and David Smeyers. Contains works by Scelsi, Denisov Pascal Dusapin, Helmut Lachenmann, Adriana Hoelszky, Georg Kroell, Daniel B. Rothman, Xenakis, Volker Heyn and Hans-Joachim Hespos. With preface and supplement, providing remarks and explanation of signs.
This book examines issues of the librettos to several operas of the 20th century, including operas by Giordano, Mascagni, Puccini, Menotti, Prokofiev, Dusapin, and others. With a preface by Francois Livi. Index.
Commissioned by SACEM for the Festival des Arcs. Dedicated to Sonia Wieder- Atherton. Composed Christmas 1992.
Commissioned by the Monnaie Theatre, Brussels, on the occasion of Bernard Foccroulle's appointment as director of the Opera House and premiered in January 1992. With performance notes; sitting chart, note for the kettledrums
Commissioned by the Ensemble Accroche Note. Text by Gertrude Stein. Dedicated to Antoine Gindt, a close friend of the composer. With brief notes. Special import - allow 4-5 months. Additional charges for 3-4 week delivery.
Contents: String Quartets Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 5; Time Zones; Musique Fugitive. Performed by the Arditti Quartet. On two discs.
A collection of contemporary variations on the earliest known work for cello, as commissioned by Karttunen. Includes offerings from Pascal Dusapin, Vinko Glokobar, Anders Hillborg, Betsy Jolas, Magnus Lindberg, Marck Neikrug, Roger Reynolds, Kaija Saariaho, Steven Stucky, Tan Dun, and many others.
In one movement. Commissioned by the Muziekgebouw aan't IJ, the Berliner Philharmoniker, and Citée de la Musique de Paris. Premiered in June, 2005 by the Arditti String Quartet. Duration ca. 17 minutes.
Three untitled movements for unaccompanied violin. Commissioned by Westdeutscher Rundfunk Köln, Konzerthaus Vienna, and Wigmore Hall. Dedicated to Carolin Widmann. Of advanced difficulty. Duration ca. 16 minutes. Printed on loose-leaf, single-sided pages.
Commissioned by Bernard Le Floc'h for the 14th Rencontres Musicales at Pont- l'Abbe in July 1997. Ohe - an onomatopeic interjection - is used to call "attention to the speaker's presence, to call out or simply indicate that one wishes to speak…" - from the composer's notes.
…gifts for the cellist Anssi Karttunen. Each work is based on a Chiacona by the 17th century composer Giuseppe Colombi. Composers include Pascal Dusapin, Ivan Fedele, Paavo Heininen, Betsy Jolas, Magnus Lindberg, Colin Matthews, Roger Reynolds, Kaija Saariaho, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Steven Stucky, Tan…
In three movements. Dedicated to Walter Frimmer. Very challenging music for unaccompanied cello.
A string quartet in three movements. With a brief composer's note in French and English. Commissioned by the Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian. Dedicated to the Arditti Quartet. Premiered in Strasbourg, October 1996. Duration ca. 9 minutes.
With program notes in French and English. The first part of the work was commissioned to mark the bicentenary of the French Revolution. The remainder of the work was commissioned by the Caisse des Dèpots et Consignations and Association Pro Quartet. The complete work was premiered in Paris, October…
In four movements. Commissioned by the Louvre Museum. Premiered by the Arditti String Quartet. Duration ca. 20 minutes.
A string quartet in one movement. Commissioned by the Association Pro Quartet. Premiered by the Prazak Quartet at the Palace of Fontainebleau, December 1997. Duration ca. 25 minutes.
In one movement. With notes in French and English. Dedicated to Bernard Foccroulle. Premiered in September 2008 at the Strasbourg Cathedral. The music was inspired by the electric organ playing of Doors keyboardist Manzarek. Of advanced difficulty.
The seven highly challenging etudes in this volume were composed on various commissions, and premiered by various performers between 1999 and 2002. The performer must pay particular attention to articulation and pedalling. With a foreword by Ian Pace.
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