• SM317 Katalognummer
  • 4260123643171 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2020 Utgivelsesår

Artist
Ensemble Melpomen | Steinmann, Conrad

Dirigent
Steinmann, Conrad

Medvirkende
Savall, Arianna (harp) | Lorenz, Martin | Cantarini, Giovanni | Borciani, Alice | Lopez, Lina | Marti, Hanna | Roos, Tessa | Grigalis, Raitis | Issa, Daniel | Schmidt, Andreas | Udland Johansen, Petter

Komponist
Steinmann, Conrad

Ensemble
Ensemble Melpomen

Sjanger
World

Plateselskap
Solo Musica

Verk

Conrad Steinmann:

Akoúsate
Laios, das Orakel von Delphi
Aínigma, das Rätsel der Sphinx

Oidípous Týrannos:
I. Párodos
II. Stásimon α

Aínigma etc.

Oidípous Týrannos:
III. Stasimon β
IV. Éxodos / Schlusschor

Thrénos
Sparta
Épos
Ékleipsis
Sappho β
Eléna
Daphne
Aléxis β
Márgaron
Máter β
Kýmbala
Móna β
Gaía

Velg antall  

Produktbeskrivelse

"The music for CHOROS / ΧΟΡΟΣ made for texts from the 7th to 5th centuries BC came about through an intensive approach to the ancient world of sound: the instruments reconstructed by Paul J. Reichlin formed the basis of the music. These are the result of over 20 years of intensive collaboration between an instrument maker and a music archeologist. Instrument parts in various museums, countless vase paintings and reliefs from the period 700 to 500 BC served as sources, as well as literary documents. Another important source of knowledge as to how ancient Greek music might have sounded are the peculiarities of the ancient Greek language, which allow conclusions to be drawn about the music.

This extraordinary CD for the revival of dramatic choirs of Greek classical music follows earlier projects by the Ensemble Melpomen such as Olympionikais (Pindar’s Olympian Odes) for the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens or Sappho and Melpomen, music for an Athens symposium, which have already been released on CD. The music for CHOROS / ΧΟΡΟΣ made for texts from the 7th to 5th centuries BC came about through an intensive approach to the ancient world of sound: the instruments reconstructed by Paul J. Reichlin formed the basis of the music. These are the result of over 20 years of intensive collaboration between an instrument maker and a music archeologist. Instrument parts in various museums, countless vase paintings and reliefs from the period 700 to 500 BC served as sources, as well as literary documents. Another important source of knowledge as to how ancient Greek music might have sounded are the peculiarities of the ancient Greek language, which allow conclusions to be drawn about the music.

This extraordinary CD for the revival of dramatic choirs of Greek classical music follows earlier projects by the Ensemble Melpomen such as Olympionikais (Pindar’s Olympian Odes) for the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens or Sappho and Melpomen, music for an Athens symposium, which have already been released on CD. The music for CHOROS / ΧΟΡΟΣ made for texts from the 7th to 5th centuries BC came about through an intensive approach to the ancient world of sound: the instruments reconstructed by Paul J. Reichlin formed the basis of the music. These are the result of over 20 years of intensive collaboration between an instrument maker and a music archeologist. Instrument parts in various museums, countless vase paintings and reliefs from the period 700 to 500 BC served as sources, as well as literary documents. Another important source of knowledge as to how ancient Greek music might have sounded are the peculiarities of the ancient Greek language, which allow conclusions to be drawn about the music.

This extraordinary CD for the revival of dramatic choirs of Greek classical music follows earlier projects by the Ensemble Melpomen such as Olympionikais (Pindar’s Olympian Odes) for the closing ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens or Sappho and Melpomen, music for an Athens symposium, which have already been released on CD.

Kommentarer

Laster kommentarer ...

×Tips en venn

CHOROS - Chorische Musik zur Tragödie Oidipous von Sophokles (um 425 v. Chr.) CHOROS - Chorische Musik zur Tragödie Oidipous von Sophokles (um 425 v. Chr.) Ensemble Melpomen / Steinmann, Conrad

Send tipset til (din venns e-postadresse)

Din e-postadresse (IP: 3.238.118.78)

Din kommentar (valgfritt)
Minst et par ord, dersom du skriver noe

Sender, vennligst vent ..  Avbryt