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Dutilleux: Symphony No. 2 "Le double" - Timbres, espace, mouvement - Mystère de l’instant

Orchestre National de Lille, Darrell Ang

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Symphony No. 2 "Le double"  
1
I. Animato, ma misterioso
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
7:44
2
II. Andantino sostenuto
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
9:22
3
III. Allegro fuocoso - Calmato
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
10:52
Timbres, espace, mouvement "La nuit etoilée"  
4
I. Nébuleuse
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
8:23
5
II. Interlude -
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
3:47
6
III. Constellations
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
7:31
Mystère de l’instant  
7
I. Appels -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
2:02
8
II. Échos -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:18
9
III. Prismes -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:36
10
IV. Espaces lontains -
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:19
11
V. Litanies -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:46
12
VI. Choral -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
0:51
13
VII. Rumeurs -
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:01
14
VIII. Soliloques -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:07
15
IX. Métamorphoses (sur le nom Sacher) -
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
2:18
16
X. Embrasement
Henri Dutilleux; Françoise Rivalland; Orchestre National de Lille; Darrell Ang
1:40
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    62:37
Darrell Ang and the Orchestre National de Lille channel Henri Dutilleux’s distinctive and individual musical language of rare poetry and invention on this recording. The interplay of stereophonic and polyrhythmic effects and jazzy brass writing in Symphony No. 2 forms, in the composer’s own words, "a musical play of mirrors and of contrasting colours," while Timbres, espaces, mouvement is Dutilleux’s response to Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night, a "longing for the infinity of nature." Françoise Rivalland plays cimbalom, an elaborate type of hammered dulcimer, on Mystère de l’instant, a series of snapshots that evoke fleeting and almost magical moments in time.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Tracks 7 - 16 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

Recorded at L’Auditorium du Nouveau Siècle, Lille, France, September 2 - 7, 2015 (tracks 1 - 6) and March 24 and 25, 2016 (tracks 7 - 16)
Producer, engineer and editor: Phil Rowlands
Recorded with the support of Foyer Joyeux - Geneviève Joy // Henri Dutilleux
Enregistré avec le soutien du Foyer Joyeux - Geneviève Joy // Henri Dutilleux
Publisher: Éditions Alphonse Leduc
Booklet notes: Paul Conway
Cover: D’où venons-nous? Que sommes-nous? Où allons-nous? (1897) by Paul Gauguin (1848-1903)

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