Alexandra Sostmann – Bach, Byrd, Gibbons & Contemporary Music (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz]

Alexandra Sostmann - Bach, Byrd, Gibbons & Contemporary Music (2020) [FLAC, 24bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Alexandra Sostmann
Album: Bach, Byrd, Gibbons & Contemporary Music
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format: FLAC (tracks) 24bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 56:49
Total Tracks: 16
Total Size: 940 MB

Tracklist:

1. Alexandra Sostmann – Musikalisches Opfer, Op. 6, BWV 1079: Ricercar à 3 (06:10)
2. Alexandra Sostmann – Prayer Bell Sketch, Op. 29 (04:54)
3. Alexandra Sostmann – The Lord’s Prayer (02:40)
4. Alexandra Sostmann – Pavana in D Minor, FVB 254 (03:49)
5. Alexandra Sostmann – Galiarda in D Minor, FVB 255 (01:23)
6. Alexandra Sostmann – Piece After Byrd (08:49)
7. Alexandra Sostmann – In Memory of Two Cats (01:45)
8. Alexandra Sostmann – China Gates (04:41)
9. Alexandra Sostmann – Pavan, MB 18 “Lord Salisbury” (02:53)
10. Alexandra Sostmann – Galliard, MB 19 “Lord Salisbury” (01:53)
11. Alexandra Sostmann – Zodiacs (02:03)
12. Alexandra Sostmann – Diary VI: I. Prism (01:52)
13. Alexandra Sostmann – Diary VI: II. Swishing (01:25)
14. Alexandra Sostmann – Diary VI: III. Reflection (01:52)
15. Alexandra Sostmann – Diary VI: IV. Echo (01:52)
16. Alexandra Sostmann – Musikalisches Opfer, Op. 6, BWV 1079: Ricercar à 6 (08:40)

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This new recording is about polyphonic references between the great counterpoint artists Byrd, Gibbons, Bach and the contemporary composers John Tavener, Oliver Knussen, John Adams, Markus Horn and Xiaoyong Chen. The two Bach Ricercari from the Musical Offering form the bracket. The exciting connection of the individual, different works to each other is created by the polyphonic structures, the modal church keys or by religious, spiritual references. 429 years lie between the work of Byrd and the work of Xiaoyong Chen composed for the release. With Bach, Byrd, Gibbons and Contemporary Music, the listener can expect a recording that is wonderfully audible, in a positive sense unexhausting. You have to get involved with the depth, the space and sometimes the silence, but it is worth it, because the music changes your own self and focuses attention on you. Im interested in the connections between different epochs and their polyphonic structures. So obviously there was no way that I could ignore Johann Sebastian Bach. However, I considered what to combine with his Ricercares a 3 and a 6 from The Musical Offering. First I thought of William Byrd, as I knew that polyphony and contrapuntal style were important to him, despite the fact that he was almost 150 years older than Bach. I began with vocal polyphony and arrived at Orlando Gibbons and virginal music, which I wanted to combine with contemporary music. And then the search began (Alexandra Sostmann)

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