℗ 2017 BIS Records
Released April 7, 2017
Duration 1h 06m 36s
Genre Classical
 

4 X Anders Eliasson: Notturno - Senza riposte - Fogliame - Trio

Norrbotten NEO

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1.1
Notturno
Anders Eliasson; Norrbotten NEO
12:32
1.2
Senza riposte
Anders Eliasson; Norrbotten NEO
13:40
1.3
Fogliame
Anders Eliasson; Norrbotten NEO
21:54
1.4
Trio
Anders Eliasson; Norrbotten NEO
18:30
Digital Booklet
The seven members of Norrbotten NEO have devised a programme dedicated to Anders Eliasson that includes premiere recordings, at the same time offering the possibility to follow a unique figure in contemporary music over the course of four decades. Born in Sweden in 1947, Eliasson found his own voice in the early 1980s with chamber works such as Notturno and Senza risposte. He continued writing chamber music throughout his life and the Trio from 2010 would become one of his last pieces before his death in 2013.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BIS Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.84
-3.95 to 0.00
-26.34
-27.53 to -24.70
15
13 to 16
1
Notturno
-3.95-26.3513
2
Senza riposte
0.00-24.7015
3
Fogliame
-1.53-27.5316
4
Trio
-1.90-26.7915

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