Blaise Ubalndini – Blaise Ubaldini: Sunbathing (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz]

Blaise Ubalndini - Blaise Ubaldini: Sunbathing (2022) [FLAC 24 bit, 96 kHz] Download

Artist: Blaise Ubalndini
Album: Blaise Ubaldini: Sunbathing
Genre: Classical
Release Date: 2022
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 96 kHz
Duration: 48:25
Total Tracks: 5
Total Size: 918 MB


1-1. Martin Adámek – Impasse for Bass, Clarinet and Electronics (07:37)
1-2. Shanna Pranaitis – Isaac Newton in a Spaceship for Bass, Flute and Electronics (13:20)
1-3. Layla Ramezan – La Livri for Piano and Electronics (10:29)
1-4. Jan Van Hoecke – Ferocious Purposes for Contrabass Paetzold recorder in F (08:30)
1-5. Liz Pearse – Sunbathing, for Voice and Electronics (08:27)


Blaise Ubaldini is an original music personality and one of the most promising composers of his generation. His expressive and uniquely inspired music moves between an insatiable desire for vitality and color, and a search for depth and authenticity.He is a musician with an eclectic background – a classically-trained clarinetist who also does improvisational music and rock – he rubs shoulders with some of the greatest soloists from all musical scenes, classical, contemporary, jazz, world-music, and creates unique and unexpected encounters around his work and those who collaborate with him. In the monodrama Bérénice, which was created at IRCAM in 2014, he explored with the Swiss actress, Caroline Imhof, and soloists from the Intercontemporain ensemble, an unprecedented osmosis between theater and music. In 2016, he created Love song for a Long-term Hatred with the Israeli trombonist Alon Stoler and the Chémirani trio, a prestigious Iranian percussion ensemble. He also collaborated as a clarinetist and arranger with the Tunisian virtuoso brothers, Amine & Hamza Mraihi, and the cellist, Vincent Ségal, on the album Fertile Paradoxes.

Blaise’s work integrates and merges unconventional and creative elements – going beyond just instrumental music, with texts, songs, onomatopoeias, into musical discourse, like so many authentic gestures or behaviors, constantly questioning the nature and memory of human beings and music. An example is the wind quintet In the backyard, created in 2018 by the soloists of the ensemble Intercontemporain at Wigmore Hall in London and dedicated to two characters from Twin Peaks, the flagship series by the American director David Lynch.

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