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Ramón Paús: Works for Viola

Yuval Gotlibovich, Raquel Castro, Eduardo Fernández, ESMUC Chamber Choir, Catalan Chamber Orchestra, Joan Pàmies

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1.1
Madera Ocaso (Wood Sunset)
Ramón Paús; Yuval Gotlibovich; Eduardo Fernández
26:28
1.2
Cobalto azul, en tránsito (Cobalt blue, in transit)
Ramón Paús; Yuval Gotlibovich; Catalan Chamber Orchestra; Joan Pàmies
10:07
1.3
Elegía primera, la deriva (First elegy, the drift)
Ramón Paús; Raquel Castro; Yuval Gotlibovich; ESMUC Chamber Choir; Catalan Chamber Orchestra; Joan Pàmies
16:50
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    53:25
Joan Pàmies leads the Catalan Chamber Orchestra on this tribute to Spanish composer Ramón Paús, who has enjoyed considerable success in the fields of film and theatre music and whose classical works have been performed worldwide. The three selections presented here showcase violist Yuval Gotlibovich and reveal elements of Paús’s eclectic musical background, such as the jazz-like moments and colourful drama of Cobalto azul, en tránsito. They also demonstrate his command of instrumental dialogue in Madera Ocaso with its incandescent melodies and incendiary piano chords. The hauntingly beautiful Elegía primera, la deriva is dedicated to the memory of Edith Maretzki, a violinist friend of the composer.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Estudio Uno of Madrid, Colmenar Viejo, Spain, on October 10, 2015 (track 1) and at the SGAE Auditorium, Sala Mompou, Barcelona, Spain, on November 16 - 17, 2015 (tracks 2 and 3) Producers: Ramón Paús, Yuval Gotlibovich and the Catalan Chamber Orchestra Engineer: José Vinader Editor: Olga Santos Publisher: Unión Musical Española UME – Music Sales Group Booklet notes: Ramón Paús Cover photo: prmustafa (iStockphoto.com)

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