Milica Djordjevic - Chamber Works | Wergo WER64222

Milica Djordjevic - Chamber Works

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Label: Wergo

Cat No: WER64222

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Chamber

Release Date: 2nd June 2017

Contents

Artists

Arditti Quartet
Christine Chapman (horn)
Marco Blaauw (trumpet)
Bruce Collings (trombone)
Peter Veale (oboe)
Hannah Weirich (violin)
Florentin Ginot (double bass)
Truike van der Poel (mezzo-soprano)
Teodoro Anzellotti (accordion)
Ensemble Musikfabrik
Francesco Dillon (violoncello, electronics)

Conductor

Johannes Schollhorn

Works

Djordjevic, Milica

... wurde man denken: Sterne for accordion solo
Do you know how to bark? non-communication for solo contrabass, version 2.1.1
FAIL for cello and live electronics
How to evade? for oboe and violin
Manje te u majke groze for soprano, bass clarinet, accordion, violin, viola and cello
Phosphorescence for horn, trumpet and bass trombone
The Death of the Star-Knower: petrified echoes of an epitaph in a kicked crystal of time I & II

Artists

Arditti Quartet
Christine Chapman (horn)
Marco Blaauw (trumpet)
Bruce Collings (trombone)
Peter Veale (oboe)
Hannah Weirich (violin)
Florentin Ginot (double bass)
Truike van der Poel (mezzo-soprano)
Teodoro Anzellotti (accordion)
Ensemble Musikfabrik
Francesco Dillon (violoncello, electronics)

Conductor

Johannes Schollhorn

About

Milica Djordjević’s compositions are musical explorations, meticulous observations and dissections. Seven such investigations of sound are presented by the Serbian composer on her portrait CD in the series Edition zeitgenössische Musik.

Primarily, Djordjević focuses on an extreme and exhaustive exploration of the musical material. In the booklet Barbara Eckle points out Djordjević’s specific approach: ‘She develops a material component further and further in an increasingly large, loud and dense wave, distorting it, perverting it, multiplying it, squeezing out of it everything it has to give – until it implodes. The rupture is sudden and abrupt, as if the plug of an electronic appliance were ripped from a wall socket.’ Also essential for Djordjević’s work is an interdisciplinary perspective, which is based on a diversified aesthetic socialisation, influencing her music in different ways. Each compositional process finally creates musical figures, which, at the same time, affect psyche and ratio.

All of these pieces have been especially recorded at Deutschlandfunk in Cologne by internationally renowned interpreters such as the Arditti Quartet, Ensemble Musikfabrik and Teodoro Anzellotti.

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