• BIS1285 Katalognummer
  • 7318590012857 EAN
  • CD Format
  • 2003 Utgivelsesår

Baadsvik, Øystein (tuba)

Sagstad, Björn

Arban, Jean Baptiste | Baadsvik, Øystein | Grieg, Edvard | Lundén-Welden, Staffan | Monti, Vittorio | Plau, Arild | Stevens, Thomas | Vivaldi, Antonio

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Baadsvik, Øystein: Fnugg (2002) for solo tuba

Vivaldi, Antonio
L´Inverno (Winter) from The Four Seasons, Op.8:
I. Allegro non molto
II. Largo
III. Allegro

Grieg, Edvard: Anitra´s Dance (from the incidental music to Ibsen´s Peer Gynt, Op.23)

Plau, Arild
Concerto for Tuba and Strings (1990):
I. Prolog
II. Canzone
III. Finale

Grieg, Edvard: Norwegian Dance No.1 (from Four Norwegian Dances, Op.35)
Lundén-Welden, Staffan: Kesh Jig
Stevens, Thomas: Variations in Olden Style (d´après Bach) (1989)
Arban, Jean Baptiste: Carnival of Venice
Monti, Vittorio: Csárdás

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10/10, ClassicsToday.com
“An extremely well planned, perfectly executed recital in which humor, charm, and virtuosity combine to make the best possible case for the tuba as star of the show.” ClassicsToday.com; "The arrangements are fine examples of the best of musical reinvention... a very pleasant surprise, worthy of any collection." MusicWeb International; “A recording that emancipates the tuba from its Cinderella role with ear-catching panache.” Daily Telegraph, UK

Surely nobody ever expected to hear the tuba played like this? When he started learning the instrument, somebody must have forgotten to tell Øystein Baadsvik that the tuba can't do everything. And in all likelihood, this mistake will be impossible to repair - there is little chance that anyone would be able to catch up with him in order to tell him now!
This collection of pieces-you-never-thought-you’d-hear-on-the-tuba runs the gamut from Vivaldi's view of winter to Monti's Csárdás, from the embouchure-defying to the luscious. When you think that you have heard everything - and are still trying to decide whether you really did hear what you remember hearing - Øystein Baadsvik adds a piece of his own, Fnugg, proving that there really is nothing that can't be expressed on the tuba if one happens to have this level of skill, communicative passion and musicality. Fnugg (Norwegian for something as weightless as a snowflake) is an improvisation with elements of the Australian Aboriginal instrument didgeridoo and Norwegian folk music, using multiphonics (to sing and play simultaneously) and Baadsvik’s own invention "Lip Beat".


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