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Dutilleux: Symphony No. 1, Métaboles & Les citations

Orchestre National de Lille, Jean-Claude Casadesus, Cyril Ciabaud, Mathieu Petit, Romain Robine, Kasia Tomczak-Feltrin

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Symphony No. 1  
1
I. Passacaille
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
7:23
2
II. Scherzo
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
6:25
3
III. Intermezzo
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
5:47
4
IV. Finale, con variazioni
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
11:03
Métaboles  
5
I. Incantatoire
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
3:01
6
II. Linéaire
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
2:56
7
III. Obsessionnel
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
3:25
8
IV. Torpide
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
2:55
9
V. Flamboyant
Henri Dutilleux; Orchestre National de Lille; Jean-Claude Casadesus
4:18
Les citations  
10
I. For Aldeburgh 85
Henri Dutilleux; Cyril Ciabaud; Mathieu Petit; Romain Robine; Kasia Tomczak-Feltrin
4:46
11
Interlude "As for the Wolf's Moan" - II. From Janequin to Jehan Alain
Henri Dutilleux; Cyril Ciabaud; Mathieu Petit; Romain Robine; Kasia Tomczak-Feltrin
8:47
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    60:46
A fiercely independent composer, Henri Dutilleux wrote music that is refined, colorful and scrupulously crafted. Symphony No 1, his first purely orchestral score, established his international reputation. Structurally unconventional- it opens, unusually, with a passacaglia- it illustrates his principle of ‘progressive growth’ through its sustained lyricism and towering, chorale-like statements. Metaboles was inspired by the virtuosity of the woodwind section of George Szell’s Cleveland Orchestra. Distinctive instrumentation for each movement allows for deep expression, jazzy rhythms and moments of irony. The enigmatic diptych Les Citations quotes from fellow composers Benjamin Britten and Jehan Alain.

After over 40 years at the head of the Orchestre National de Lille (ONL), of which he was the founder, Jean-Claude Casadesus enjoys an international career that has brought seasons in Germany, Russia, Japan, Latvia, and in Lille. His 30 albums with the orchestra have won critical and public acclaim and as a guest conductor he has appeared in Moscow, Singapore, Montreal, Baltimore, Seoul, St. Petersburg and Berlin. He is an enthusiastic champion of contemporary music and set up residences for composers with the Lille orchestra.
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