Monday, June 14, 2010

F.J. Berg - Flute Mystery: V. Ashkenazy - Philharmonia Orchestra [SACD Red Book rip]

    EAC-RIP | WV, IMG, CUE, LOG | 241MB
    MP3 LAME VBR-245 V0 | 98MB | SCANS COMPLETE | 95MB
    Classical | Label: 2L | Catalog Number: 2l58SABD | RAR 3% Rec.,,

    ...Berg’s piece alluding to the mountains is from a score he created for a film with the same title.  He depicts mountain panoramas in his own way, and rather than the alpine peaks of some romantic composers, his are the rougher peaks of northern Norway.  The Flute Concerto returns to something of the quieter and more contemplative mood of the opening piece. An impression of calm pervades the music without the use of minimalism or other modern

    Fred Jonny Berg - composer
    Philharmonia Orchestra
    Vladimir Ashkenazy - conductor (1, 5-8)
    Fred Jonny Berg - conductor (2-4)
    Emely Beynon - flute (1, 5-8)
    Catherine Beynon - harp (1)

    Only the full symphony orchestra can impose the true emotional dynamics of the arctic nature. FLUTE MYSTERY is a collection of five orchestral works by Norwegian composer Fred Jonny Berg. In this distinctive and dynamic surround sound recording, the Philharmonia Orchestra with Emily & Catherine Beynon as soloists on flute & harp are conducted by the legendary Vladimir Ashkenazy...


    01. Flute Mystery  14:12
    02. Warning Zero  10:02
    03. Pastorale  01:51
    04. Vicino alla Montagna  12:24
    05. Flute Concerto No.1 sats 1  07:16
    06. Flute Concerto No.1 sats 2  05:06
    07. Flute Concerto No.1 sats 3  01:51
    08. Flute Concerto No.1 sats 4  04:45

    ...The titular 'Flute Mystery' (with Ashkenazy at the helm) is a kind of tone poem, mostly pellucid and tranquil but endowed with great lyrical warmth, although wistful and deeply introverted at times. It features a harp solo on more or less equal terms with the flute, cushioned by the strings who provide a slowly moving and rapturous harmonic tapestry like an elegant dance (which brought to my mind Debussy's 'Danses sacrée et profane'). Emily Beynon, first desk flautist of the Concertgebouw and Catherine Beynon, Principal Harpist of l'Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg are the fluent and empathic soloists in this contemplative and peaceful 'Mystery'...

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