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Wydawnictwo: Bis
Nr katalogowy: BISSACD 2286
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: styczeń 2018
EAN: 7318599922867
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): norweski
Instrumenty: klarnet
Rodzaj: koncert, pieśń

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Karlsson: Seven Songs & Clarinet Concerto

Bis - BISSACD 2286
Gabriel Suovanen, baritone
Christoffer Sundqvist, clarinet
Lapland Chamber Orchestra / John Storgards
Seven Songs to texts by Pär Lagerkvist (2010–12) for baritone and orchestra
Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra (2013–15)
Lars Karlsson was born in 1953 on Aland, an archipelago in the Baltic Sea which forms part of Finland although its population is Swedish-speaking. He soon moved to Helsinki in order to study at the Sibelius Academy, where his teachers includedEinojuhaniRautavaara. Since 1976, he has himself been teaching at the Academy. Following his own distinctive route on the Finnish contemporary music scene, Karlssoncomposes in a neotonalvein and has been called a ‘romantic modernist’ –as well as a ‘modern romanticist’. His work list includes all genres from chamber music and solo works to orchestral works, and he has also composed extensively for voices. Two of his later works are recorded here, in performances conducted by John Storgards with whom Karlssonhas collaborated extensively, both as conductor and violinist.

Storgards and his Lapland Chamber Orchestrahave previously recorded four discs with music by KaleviAhofor BIS –discs which have received critical acclaim and international distinctions such as the prestigious German ECHO Klassikaward. Here they are joined by Gabriel Suovanenand ChristofferSundqvist, the soloists for whom Lars Karlssoncomposed his Songs to texts by Lagerkvist and Clarinet Concerto. The song cycle charts what the composer calls ‘a life-journey’, setting texts by the Swedish poet and Nobel Prize laureate Pär Lagerkvist. In the Concerto, Karlsson instead revisits his own production, exploring an interest for fourths and fifths which was particularly strong during the early part of his career, but also reusing themes from other works, for instance in the folksong-like second movement.

Recording: September–October 2016 at Korundi House of Culture, Rovaniemi, Finland

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  • OC 1877
  • HC 17075
  • ALC 1366
  • COR 16162
  • ACDBN 104-2
  • AVI 8553459
  • CHAN 10969
  • WER 68672
  • RCD 1028
  • SWR 19509