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It is a brilliantly scored, colourful piece full of nice instrumental touches and lively rhythms, although it opens and ends in a rather subdued manner.
Francesconi: Etymo, Da Capo, A Fuoco, Animu
The climaxes are truly shattering, even when heard on simple stereo equipment. At times these are enhanced by electronics. Etymo is the most substantial both in length and in content. This is strong stuff for sure but ultimately quite rewarding.
They, too, display a considerable variety of means and moods. L uca Francesconi, born inhas emerged as one of the leading Italian composers of the generation after Berio and Nono. The piece certainly sounds terrific when heard as SACD. Be the first to review this title.
The piece opens with an electronic drone of indeterminate sounds giving way to a brief outburst from the ensemble. This piece is not unlike Etymo in that it, too, develops from raw breathing noises that will later metamorphose into sounds. The title, Etymo as in etymology is about the search for the origin and development of language.
At times, too, song turns into plain speech, but song prevails. The sounds are haunting, seductive, intensely vivid; it’s a shame that the accompanying notes don’t match the clarity of the music.
The other works were all composed at about the Read more same time: A pupil of Berio and Stockhausen, Francesconi is less well known in the UK than, for instance, Salvatore Sciarrino, who is nine years older, but as this collection of ensemble pieces shows, he has a genuinely distinctive musical personality, and the knack of creating sonorities of real immediacy and dramatic power.
With the exception of Da Capo, for nine instruments, fromthe pieces here date from the mids.
LUCA FRANCESCONI: Etymo
Inwhile studying with Berio in Tanglewood, Francesconi showed him a piece for guitar and ensemble that he was just writing. When listening to this rather breath-taking – in both meanings of the words – piece one finds it hard to believe that there is just one trombone player at work.
Usually ships in 24 hours. The biggest, most ambitious and most memorable of those is Etymo, which takes a collection of fragments from Francfsconi Fleurs du Mal, sets and atomises them for a soprano soloist and enmeshes the voice in teeming, febrile textures spun from an instrumental ensemble with real-time digital processing.
Ensemble InterContemporain Number of Discs: The release under review provides a good idea of his output although all the works recorded here are already some ten or twenty years old. Review This Title Share on Facebook.
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The perfect gift for the classical music enthusiasts! The composer has an anecdote concerning this work for guitar and ensemble. From then on, the francesconj will unfold ethmo a big arch, This comprises a succession of contrasted episodes mostly characterised by an often dangerously exposed soprano part and vivid instrumental colours.
I was a bit unsure about the last work Animus for trombone and electronics; but I must now admit that I find this a fairly fascinating, if a tad too long work. I doubt that these performances will ever be bettered.
Etymo – Barbara Hannigan
A fuoco again unfolds in a series of contrasted episodes by turns dreamy, meditative and aggressive, the whole expressed in vivid instrumental colours and rhythms. His music is certainly complex and quite demanding but it remains first and foremost strongly expressive and often quite beautiful. Notes and Editorial Reviews I doubt that these performances will ever be bettered. He is aided by brilliantly handled electronics. Luca Francesconi is one of the most prominent Italian composer of his generation with a substantial and varied output to his credit.
Animus is an electronics-based piece too, with a solo trombone caught in a sound web of its reflections, while A Fuoco pits a solo guitar against an ensemble in a study of musical memory. It is not difficult to understand why. I am still not quite sure whether I like it.