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Rune Glerup: Dust Encapsulated

Neel Teilmann, Mathias Friis-Hansen, Trio Gáman, Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen, Pierre-André Valade

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Objets / Décalages
Rune Glerup; Trio Gáman
Dust Encapsulated #1 (Counting is OK)
Rune Glerup; Rune Glerup; Mathias Friis-Hansen
Dust Encapsulated #2
Rune Glerup; Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen; Pierre-Andre Valade
Sonata in Seven Movements  
I. Allegretto semplice e ritmico
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
II. —
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
III. —
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
IV. —
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
V. —
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
VI. —
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
VII. Allegretto semplice e ritmico
Rune Glerup; Neel Teilmann
Divertimento (Live)
Rune Glerup; Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen; Pierre-André Valade
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    45:56
This album contains five world premiere recordings of acoustic and electronic works by Danish composer Rune Glerup, performed by the Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen under Pierre-André Valade. Rather than offering a narrative flow of music, Glerup uniquely allows the listener to move around among independent three-dimensional blocks of sound with powerful energy fields between them.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Studio Masters

Recording sessions:
objets/décalages Garnisons Kirke, Copenhagen, in December 2012
dust encapsulated #1 and Sonata Royal Danish Academy of Music, Copenhagen, on 19 March 2013
dust encapsulated #2 The orchestral rehearsal room at the Copenhagen Opera House on 25 May 2013 Recording, producer and sound engineer: Mikkel Nymand
Divertimento Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte Carlo Salle Empire on 3 April 2013 (live recording) Recording, producer and sound engineer: Silvain Denis
Liner notes: Trine Boje Mortensen
English translation: James Manley
Proofreader: Svend Ravnkilde
Photo p 5: © Lars Svankjær
Photo p 13: © Claude Dufêtre
Photo p 22: © Sara Skytte
Photo p 24: © Nikolaj Lund
Graphic design: Denise Burt, Elevator Design
Publisher: Edition·S

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