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Mari

Mari Samuelsen

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"Come In!"  
1
2nd mvt.
Vladimir Martynov; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
4:30
2
Dona Nobis Pacem 2
Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
3:26
Einstein on the Beach  
3
Knee Play 2
Philip Glass; Mari Samuelsen
5:09
Vientulais Engelis  
4
Meditation for Violin and String Orchestra
Peteris Vasks; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
12:13
5
Emerald and Stone (Arr. Knoth)
Brian Eno; Jon Hopkins; Leo Abrahams; Max Knoth; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer; Christian Badzura
2:25
6
Vocal
Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen
8:31
7
Heptapod B (Arr. Knoth)
Jóhann Jóhannsson; Max Knoth; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer; Christian Badzura
3:31
8
Invention No. 13 in A Minor, BWV 784 (Arr. Badzura)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Badzura; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
1:43
9
Violin Concerto, 2nd mvt. (Arr. Gelgotas)
Philip Glass; Gediminas Gelgotas; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
7:57
10
847
Christian Badzura; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer; Christian Badzura
4:06
Partita for Violin Solo No. 2 in D Minor, BWV 1004  
11
5. Chaconne – Pt. 1
Johann Sebastian Bach; Mari Samuelsen
6:39
12
5. Chaconne – Pt. 2
Johann Sebastian Bach; Mari Samuelsen
3:52
13
5. Chaconne – Pt. 3
Johann Sebastian Bach; Mari Samuelsen
3:02
The Well-Tempered Clavier: Book 1, BWV 846-869  
14
Prelude in D Major, BWV 850 (Arr. Badzura)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Badzura; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
1:40
15
Fragment
Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen
1:33
16
Sequence (Four) for Solo Violin and String Orchestra divisi
Peter Gregson; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
6:09
17
The Beatitudes
Vladimir Martynov; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
4:45
18
By This River (Arr. Badzura)
Brian Eno; Hans Joachim Roedelius; Dieter Moebius; Christian Badzura; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer; Christian Badzura
3:35
Sonata for Violin Solo No. 1 in G Minor, BWV 1001  
19
4. Presto
Johann Sebastian Bach; Mari Samuelsen
3:19
クラーク:  
20
Mammal Step Sequence
Chris Clark; Mari Samuelsen; Christian Badzura
2:18
21
Good Night, Day
Jóhann Jóhannsson; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer; Christian Badzura
3:48
22
November
Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Konzerthausorchester Berlin; Jonathan Stockhammer
6:08
23
Lullaby
Peter Gregson; Mari Samuelsen
5:54
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:46:13
Norwegian violinist Mari Samuelsen’s debut for the Yellow Label is entitled simply Mari. Recorded with the Konzerthausorchester Berlin and conductor Jonathan Stockhammer, the album explores the contradictions of contemporary life – the fact that, despite the excitement of city life and the convenience of instant communication and express travel, many of us still feel a need to ground ourselves in the peace and quiet of the natural world. Mari herself was born in rural Norway and goes back to the family farm as often as her schedule allows. She was keen, therefore, to choose a selection of music echoing the conflicting pulls on our time and energy.

As Mari reveals, Mari is an artist with a fresh and intelligent vision of the world. She respects the masterpieces of the past but is fearlessly adventurous when it comes to new repertoire and innovative musical partnerships. An advocate of creative communication and attentive listening, she understands that we all yearn for moments of quiet contemplation.

“The need to go into a room and just listen to sound – almost like sound therapy – is bigger than ever. People are hungry for it, and I wanted to use my creativity to collaborate and experiment with some of the great people living today. Slowing down, and people leaving their busy lives behind, is only going to become more important, so there will be more room for this type of collaboration, and this type of music, in the years to come.”
- Mari Samuelsen
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