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Magnus Lindberg: Jeux D'Anches; Ablauf; Twine; Metalwork; Kinetics

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CD is made in Austria, DDD. Total time is 55:07. Contains the following works: Metalwork (1984 -- 12:32) for accordion and percussion; Ablauf (1983/88 -- 11:13) for clarinet and percussion; Twine (1988 -- 7:14) for piano; Kinetics (1988-89 -- 14:36) for orchestra; Jeux d'Anches (1990-91 -- 8:48) for accordion.

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  • Audio CD
  • Label: Finlandia
  • ASIN: B003BKB4T2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,214,300 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This Finlandia disc dedicated to the music of Magnus Lindberg mainly reissues bits of earlier CDs where Lindberg appeared alongside other composers.

Two pieces were originally issued on an earlier Finlandia disc showcasing clarinetist Kari Kriikku. "Ablauf" for clarinet and two percussionists (1983/88) is a fun little work, where the clarinet's long melodic lines, produced with all manner of extended techniques, are rudely interrupted by a drum. Kriikku is joined here by Kalevi Ohenoja and Tapio Aaltonen. "Linea d'ombra" for flute, clarinet, guitar and percussion (1981) is full of Boulezian sounds (of the "Le Marteau" or "Domaines" era). But the vocalizations that the players must produce will shock the listener out of calm serialist complacency.

The dawn of Lindberg's mature period, when he began to write pieces marked by rich harmonies that develop through a chacconne structure, is attested by two pieces here. One is "Twine" for solo piano (1988), actually the very first piece in this style. Lindberg is a pianist himself (though Tuija Hakkila performs here), and "Twine" examines his chaccone subject with a wide variety of techniques. "Kinetics" for large orchestra (1988-89) was his first large ensemble work, and introduces his interest in multiple layers of harmony, in which the softer "background" harmonies contains chords founded on the notes missing from the "foreground". This is one of my favourite pieces by Lindberg, an unstoppable beast that packs a whole world of colour and detail into 10 minutes of frenetic development.
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