Karine Georgian & Elsbeth Moser | New Works for Cello and Accordion

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New Works for Cello and Accordion

by Karine Georgian & Elsbeth Moser

New music by leading Russian and European composers especially written for the exhilarating and virtuosic combination of cello and the bayan - Russian version of the button accordion.
Genre: Classical: Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crucifixion (feat. Elsbeth Moser)
13:25 $1.75
2. Xcos (feat. Elsbeth Moser)
14:05 $1.75
3. In Croce (feat. Elsbeth Moser)
14:25 $1.75
4. Dernier espace avec introspecteur (feat. Elsbeth Moser)
20:58 album only
5. Versuchte Annäherung (feat. Elsbeth Moser)
15:24 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
At first sight there is something surprising in encountering two such different instruments as the cello and the accordion yoked together in musical partnership, the one associated with a smooth, mellow, lyrical, singing tone and the other with the sharply accented rhythms of the circus, the cabaret and the dance floor. Yet recently composers have seen matters very differently. One of those represented on these discs, Georg Katzer, says, ‘An analysis of the spectrum confirms what the ear immediately perceives: cello and accordion, so unlike one another in the nature of their sound production, nevertheless display marked tonal affinities.’ And another composer, Matthias Pintscher, was so stirred by the first time he heard the Georgian-Moser duo that he declared ‘The great physicality of their playing, so imbued with energy and strength, the way they transmit their experience of the music, the breathing and pulse of the sound as one hears it, so fascinated me that I wanted at once to write a piece for them.’ The result, as you will hear, is that some remarkable music has been composed for the combination, at once spiritually profound, sonically varied and technically breathtaking.



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