Evening Mosaic: Music for Cor Anglais & Guitar | Etcetera KTC1671

Evening Mosaic: Music for Cor Anglais & Guitar

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Label: Etcetera

Cat No: KTC1671

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Chamber

Release Date: 8th January 2021

Contents

Artists

Duo Telluur

Works

Bartok, Bela

Romanian folk dances (6) for piano, Sz56 BB68
» no.1 Jocul cu bata (Stick Dance) (arr. Arthur Levering)
» no.6 Maruntel (Fast Dance) (arr. Arthur Levering)

Eespere, Rene

Respectus

Granados, Enrique

Valses poeticos (8) (arr. Y Rivoal & G Lambert)

Holst, Gustav

The Planets, op.32
» II Venus, the Bringer of Peace (arr. H Ernits & K Ogorodnikov)

Joeleht, Lauri

Nightfall

Lezcano, Jose

Recollections

Linde, Eugen

The Chamber Starts to Throb

Mussorgsky, Modest

Pictures at an Exhibition
» The Gnome (arr. H Ernits & K Ogorodnikov)

Rajandi, Mingo

Poplar with a Bird

Vinter, Ulo

Little House by the Sea (arr. Rasmus Puur)

Artists

Duo Telluur

About

A rare setup in the music world, Duo Telluur brings together the mellow sounds of cor anglais and classical guitar. This album comprises a selection of works that the ensemble has returned to and admired during its five years of playing together, and the works make up a kind of mosaic of evening thoughts and moods.

Evening Mosaic seeks to portray the calming down of the ending day, the tender mystery of twilight moments and the nostalgia of recollections. The night is falling, its magical atmosphere draws you in more and more, you disappear in reveries and end up waltzing in the light of evening star with your sweet memories and poetic dreams.

Duo Telluur is an Estonian ensemble, established in 2015 by young professional musicians, searching for new ways to musically express themselves. Heli Ernits (oboe/cor anglais) and Kirill Ogorodnikov (classical guitar) were inspired by the compatibility of the timbres of their instruments and boldly embarked on a journey with no set repertoire, to explore new and fresh compositions and notable findings written for other ensembles.

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