Contents: Le temps l'horloge (poem by Jean Tardieu) -- Le masque (Tardieu) -- Le dernier poème (Robert Desnos) -- Le futur antérieur (Tardieu) -- Enivrez-vous (Charles Baudelaire). Commissioned by the Saito Kinen Festival, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and Radio France. Premiered in Paris, May 2009…
With preface by H. Wiley Hitchcock. Notes and selective critical commentary by James B. Sinclair.
Composed for Peter Pears' 65th birthday, during the Festival d'Aldenburgh, June 1985. Pears and B. Britten were co-founders of the Festival. Brief reference to a fragment from Peter Grimes is intended as hommage to Pears, the work's premier performer. Brief intro. by the composer.
Commissioned by the Koussevitzky Foundation. The composer's most substantial chamber work is perhaps the most significant French string quartet after those of Debussy and Ravel.
A list of manuscripts of the composer Dutilleux held at the Paul Sacher Stiftung. With one facsimile plate.
Contents: Divertimento for Strings / Bartok -- Concerto for Piano, Strings and Percussion / Veress -- Mystere de l'instant / Dutilleux. With Denes Varjon, piano. Heinz Holliger conducts the Chamber Orchestra of Lausanne.
The first English-language monograph on the composer. The study includes those early works now rejected by Dutilleux. 7 plates (photos), many music examples. Chronological catalogue of the works, bibliography, index.
The Riot Ensemble plays music by Arlene Sierra, Jose Manuel Serrano, Arne Gieshoff, Chris Roe, Drew Schnurr, and Jenna Lyle.
The Juilliard String Quartet performs works by three great French masters of the 20th century.
Dutilleux: Arbre des songes -- Sur le meme accord. D'Haene: Violin Concerto. Ivanov performs with the Orchestre de l'Opera national de Lyon.
The first in a series of three discs devoted to great 19th and 20th century piano preludes by Chopin and Dutilleux.
18 articles present a portrait of the important French composer Dutilleux. The essays are divided into five sections: I. Miroirs -- II. Metamorphoses -- III. Corresondances -- IV. Resonances -- V. Temoignages. With a preface, list of works, bibliography, discography, filmography, and index. Music…
Translated by Roger Nichols. French writer and journalist Claude Glayman conducted a series of interviews with the composer between 1992 and 1996. This is the first English translation of the complete interviews. With notes, works list, discography, bibliography and index.
A program of piano music by two great 20th century composers.
Contents: Cello Sonata No. 2 in D Major, Op. 58, MWV Q32 -- 3 Strophes sur le nom de Sacher -- Pohadka (Fairy-tale), JW VII/5 -- Cello Sonata No. 5 in D Major, Op. 102, No. 2. With Philipp Heiss, piano.
Contents: I. La Géante -- II. Le Flambeau vivant -- III. La Cloche fêlée. With a program note in French. Commissioned by the Festival Jeunes Talents 2016. The music sets poems by Charles Baudelaire.
Eeva Rysa, cello; Jouko Laivuori, piano.
List of instruments. Dedicated to Henry Dutilleux.