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World of Percussion: Mantovani - Stroppa - Eötvös - Leibowitz - Hersant - Risset

Thierry Miroglio

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1.1
Le Grand Jeu (for Percussion and Electronics)
Bruno Mantovani; Thierry Miroglio; Bruno Mantovani
17:07
1.2
Auras (for Metallic Percussion and Chamber Electronics)
Marco Stroppa; Thierry Miroglio; Marco Stroppa
19:51
1.3
Thunder (for Bass Timpano)
Peter Eötvös; Thierry Miroglio
5:02
Three Caprices (for Vibraphone), Op. 70  
1.4
I. Allegro con fantasia
René Leibowitz; Thierry Miroglio
0:44
1.5
II. Più tosto lento
René Leibowitz; Thierry Miroglio
0:56
1.6
III. Con moto
René Leibowitz; Thierry Miroglio
0:55
Trois petites Études pour Timbales  
1.7
Le roi de Thulé
Philippe Hersant; Thierry Miroglio
1:52
1.8
Marguerite au rouet
Philippe Hersant; Thierry Miroglio
1:02
1.9
Gloire immortelle de nos aïeux
Philippe Hersant; Thierry Miroglio
1:18
Nature contre nature (four rhythmic exercises for Percussion and Computer)  
1.10
No. 1. —
Jean Claude Risset; Thierry Miroglio; Jean Claude Risset
3:20
1.11
No. 2. —
Jean Claude Risset; Thierry Miroglio; Jean Claude Risset
2:03
1.12
No. 3. —
Jean Claude Risset; Thierry Miroglio; Jean Claude Risset
3:42
1.13
No. 4. —
Jean Claude Risset; Thierry Miroglio; Jean Claude Risset
4:05
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    61:57
These six world premiere recordings present Thierry Miroglio, one of percussion’s greatest masters, in a panorama of works by leading modern composers. This remarkable journey through sound and rhythm includes electronic extensions such as the dramatically funky climaxes to Bruno Mantovani’s Le Grand Jeu, a dreamy musical halo around metal instruments in Marco Stroppa’s Auras and Jean-Claude Risset’s sound illusions in Nature contre nature. Peter Eötvös’s Thunder is a unique quest to explore the potential of a single bass timpano, Philippe Hersant revisits Berlioz, Schubert and Gounod in his Trois petites Études and René Leibowitz’s Three Caprices was among the first works ever written for solo vibraphone.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded at Studio GRM (Groupe de Recherches Musicales), Paris, France Producer: Thierry Miroglio Engineer: Philippe Dao Cover photo: Sergey Yarochkin / Fotolia

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