Klang der Welt - Brasilien


Adriane Queiroz, soprano
Quintettsolisten der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Kammerensemble Modern der Deutschen Oper Berlin



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In 2007/08 the chamber music series of the "Deutsche Oper" in Berlin, Klang der Welt (Sound of the World), celebrated its tenth anniversary. The series left Europe for the first time to mark this special occasion and focussed on "Three Latin American Countries" (Argentina, Mexico and Brazil) as the series' main subject.
This is the fourth CD released in the NCA series Klang der Welt and provides an overview of 20th century Brazilian concert music: the chosen works deal with the examination of Brazilian identity, an analysis that set in at the end of the 19th century. Brazilian folklore joins forces with popular music, for example in Luciano Gallet's quartet Turuna (1926) - the melodic variety and sophisticated rhythms belong to the most perfect examples of Brazilian nationalism.

Luciano Gall et (1893-1931)
Turuna (1926) für Klarinette, Violine, Viola, Schlagzeug

Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
Quinteto em forma de choros (1928)

Camargo Guarnieri (1907-1993)
Zwei Lieder für Gesang und Flöte (1949)
I. Acalanto
II. Cunhantã

Francisco Mignone (1897-1986)
Fünf Lieder für Gesang und Fagott (1976)
I. Assombração
II. Canto de negros
III. Pinhão quente
IV. Canção da mãe paupérrima
V. Quando na roça anoitece

Claudio Santoro (1919-1989)
Mini concerto grosso (1981) für Streichquintett
Allegro moderato
Andante (lento)
Allegro (finale)

Ronaldo Miranda (*1948)
Variações sérias sobre um tema de Anacleto de Medeiros (1991)

João Guilherme Ripper (*1959)
Matinas (1996) für Oboe und Streichquintett (1997)
Contemplativo – Com júbilo

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