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Saar Berger und Rune Brodahl

Sonorous - Music for Two Horns


1 Tomasso Antonio Vitali: Chaconne for violin and basso continuo

2 Johann Sebastian Bach: Fughetta à 2 for harpsichord BWV 961

3 Johann Sebastian Bach: Allemande from the 2nd Partita for solo violin
BWV 1004

4 Johann Sebastian Bach: Andante from the 2nd Sonata for solo violin BWV 1003

5 Johann Sebastian Bach: Chaconne from the 2nd Partita for solo violin
BWV 1004

6 Georg Philipp Telemann: 1. Fantasie for solo violin TWV 40:14

7 Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber: Sonata XVI: Passaglia for solo violin
(from the Mistery Sonatas)

8 Henri Vieuxtemps: Capriccio Hommage à Paganini for viola, op. 55

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Besprechnung der CD Sonorous bei HR2 in der Sendung "Kulturzeit" besprochen

Every notation is, in itself, the transcription of an abstract idea
(Ferruccio Busoni). A score does not
retain the absolute truth about a musical work, it rather serves as a
starting point for its various possible
realisations. The first arrangement of a piece of music occurs when the
composer writes the ideas down
on paper. Moreover, every performance is in itself also an arrangement in a
wider sense, a collaboration
between instrument, player and score which transports the music from the
paper to the ears of the listener
and thus transforms its substance while trying to keep its essence intact.
The great pianist, composer and arranger Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji said that
a good arrangment expounds,
enlarges and amplifies matter and thought that has been left [...] to
discover and reveal. What
I find exciting about this is that it opens the possibility to engage in a
dialogue on equal terms with the
composer, where I can get to know the composer's music and tools, explore
whatever meaning they have
to me and pass this meaning on to the performers. It is a task that requires
subtlety, refinement, imagination
and authenticity and an important challenge as a composer.
When Saar Berger and Rune Brodahl asked me to arrange the Chaconne for
them, I immediately thought
about some questions Bach and his contemporaries had to deal with three
hundred years ago: in order to
be able to write complex harmonies and rich polyphonic counterpoints for one
single melodic instrument,
they transformed the diagonal playing techniques of the lute and adapted
them to the violin and its
family among others. The technical limitations of the instruments were not a
hurdle to overcome, but a

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