Maxwell Davies - Linguae Ignis, Vesalii Icones, etc
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Cat No: 8572712
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 1st August 2011
ArtistsVittorio Ceccanti (cello)
Linguae Ignis is an instrumental motet for cello and ensemble, and was premièred in 2002 by the forces that perform it on this disc. This beautiful, elegiac work sees Maxwell Davies entwining two Pentecostal Plainchants around each other, and gradually generating rich dance patterns, to which the solo cello responds with eloquent reserve. This is its world premiere recording.
Dating from much earlier, Vesalii Icones again has a strong rôle for solo cello, and also a solo dancer. It’s a set of fourteen dances, based on illustrations by Vesalius, that play out the Stations of the Cross in music of profound ritualistic expression.
By contrast, the Fantasia and Two Pavans provide a sardonic and provocative gloss on Purcell.
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