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Rafaell Altino: Works for Solo Viola

Rafael Altino

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Autumn Collection  
1
I. Overture
Poul Ruders; Rafael Altino
2:07
2
II. Far Horizon I
Poul Ruders; Rafael Altino
2:42
3
III. Prelude
Poul Ruders; Rafael Altino
1:17
4
IV. Fugue
Poul Ruders; Rafael Altino
3:29
5
V. Cadenza
Poul Ruders; Rafael Altino
1:57
6
VI. Far Horizon II
Poul Ruders; Rafael Altino
2:00
For Viola  
7
I. Adagio
Anders Koppel; Rafael Altino
6:18
8
II. Allegro con brio
Anders Koppel; Rafael Altino
6:04
9
#ViolaSounds
Niels Rosing-Schow; Rafael Altino
12:30
10
Varidrome
Karsten Fundal; Rafael Altino
12:25
11
Recitare I
Søren Nils Eichberg; Rafael Altino
6:31
12
Recitare II
Søren Nils Eichberg; Rafael Altino
5:36
13
Sarabande
Bent Sørensen; Rafael Altino
9:39
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    72:35
The viola occupies a special place in the psyche of musicians and composers. It is an instrument of mystery, soulfulness and even of protest and revolt. Rafaell Altino, principal viola of the Odense Symphony Orchestra, presents this exploration of his instrument’s power and possibilities as realised by six leading Danish composers. Some explore the viola as a tool for sound produc- tion while others relish what its distinctive also singing voice does to melodies. The results are as touching and warm as they are fearsome and defiant.
352.8 kHz / 24-bit, 192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Dacapo Records Studio Masters

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