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Concurrence

Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Bjarnason, Vikingur Ólafsson, Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir

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1
Metacosmos
Anna Thorvaldsdottir; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Bjarnason
13:13
2
Piano Concerto No. 2
Haukur Tómasson; Vikingur Ólafsson; Daniel Bjarnason; Iceland Symphony Orchestra
17:01
3
Oceans
Maria Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir; Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Daniel Bjarnason
9:34
4
Quake
Páll Ragnar Pálsson; Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir; Daniel Bjarnason; Iceland Symphony Orchestra
15:33
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:21
Can you hear a country in its music? This question was posed only a few years ago, while contemplating the five recent orchestral works by leading young Icelandic composers that comprised Recurrence, the previous volume of this invaluable, illuminating Sono Luminus series. Pondering those pieces with Iceland in mind, one can liken aspects of the music at hand to elements of land and sky, climate and atmosphere—an approach not without merit, but surely not the sole dimension worth contemplating.


Two of the composers featured on that previous CD are also present in this second collection, Concurrence. Hearing Anna Thorvaldsdottir’s "Metacosmos" and María Huld Markan Sigfúsdóttir’s "Oceans" in close proximity, it’s hard not to consider once more the natural features of Iceland. But before you decide to approach these disparate works as paintings in sound, listen again for aspects that distinctly evoke more human dimensions
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Concurrence points out something fundamental about Icelandic music. Works like those presented here, in magnificent performances by the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, are not merely illustrative of a fascinating, singular ecosystem, but also evoke the relationships that bond this island- nation’s inhabitants to the land, its sky, its weather—and to one another.
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