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Fredrik Ullén - Kaikhosru Sorabji: 100 Trancendental Studies, 63-71 album download
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Fredrik Ullén - Kaikhosru Sorabji: 100 Trancendental Studies, 63-71 album download

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Fredrik Ullén
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Kaikhosru Sorabji: 100 Trancendental Studies, 63-71
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01:19:20
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1782 mb
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Because the whole collection would run to more than seven hours if played straight through, it's much easier to manage the recording project over several years; one imagines that any pianist would need time between recording sessions to clear his head of these dense, demanding, and often delirious etudes.

Artist: Fredrik Ullén Title Of Album: Sorabji: 100 Transcendental Studies Nos 63–71 Year Of Release: 2015 Label: BIS, BIS-1853 CD Genre: Classical Quality: 320, FLAC Total Time: 79:20 mi. But later on Sorabji inserts pieces that are on a much larger scale, and three examples of this are to be found on the present disc, the fourth in Fredrik Ullén's traversal of the set. En forme de Valse (No. 63) is a 17 minute waltz in which Sorabji envelops his melodies with a jungle of serpentine embellishments, covering the entire keyboard. The closing study, No. 71 has a duration of 13 minutes, and was dubbed Aria by Sorabji, even though the piece in reality is highly polyphonic with a multitude of cantilenas

In MP3 format In FLAC format. Sorabji · 100 Transcendental Studies, Nos. 63–71 (F. Ullén) · 2015. 1. 01. 63. En forme de Valse. Leggiero con desinvoltura.

Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. 100 Transcendental Studies: No. 63, En forme de valse. Leggiero con disinvoltura. 2. 64, - 2:44. 3. 65

Leggiero Con Desinvoltura 2. 64. (Untitled) 3. 65. (Untitled) 4. 66. (Untitled) (Lascia Vibrare Gli Arpeggi) 5. 67. (Untitled) 6. 68.

Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji. Composed between 1940 and 1944, Kaikhosru Sorabji’s 100 Transcendental Studies has a total duration of at least seven hours, making it by far the largest collection of concert études in the repertoire. Most of the pieces, in particular in the beginning of the cycle, are typical studies in the sense that essentially a single technical or structural idea is explored. But later on Sorabji inserts pieces that are on a much larger scale, and three examples of this are to be found on the present disc, the fourth in Fredik Ullén’s traversal of the set. The disc opens with En forme de Valse (No. 63),. 100 Transcendental Studies, Nos 63-71.

Marcato Kaikhosru Sorabji; Fredrik Ullén. No. 73. Quasi Preludio-corale. Sonorità piena, morbida e dolcissima Kaikhosru Sorabji; Fredrik Ullén. Secco Kaikhosru Sorabji; Fredrik Ullén. 4. 75. Passacaglia. Largo Kaikhosru Sorabji; Fredrik Ullén. 5. 76. Imitations. Presto assai Kaikhosru Sorabji; Fredrik Ullén. Especially intriguing is No. 75 Passacaglia, one of the longest of these works at almost 29 minutes. Despite the fact that Sorabji wrote the Transcendental Studies in the early 1940s, most of the individual pieces were not performed for more than 50 years after their composition. 96 kHz, 24-bit PCM – BIS Records Studio Masters.

100 Transcendental Etudes (1940–44). Most of the 100 Transcendental Studies, in particular the pieces in the beginning of the cycle, are typical concert études in the sense that essentially a single technical or structural idea is explored. Later on Sorabji inserts pieces that are on a much larger scale than the traditional étude: extended, highly ornamented nocturnes ; a huge Waltz; a Habanera and a Passacaglia with 100 variations. The title 100 Transcendental Studies naturally alludes to Liszt’s famous set of the same kind, and Sorabji may have been stimulated to write his études after attending a concert with Egon Petri playing the Liszt études. Other obvious influences are Scriabin, Busoni and Godowsky, but in his use of evolving patterns of immense textural and rhythmic complexity Sorabji by far exceeds all of his precursors.

Release group by Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji; Fredrik Ullén. 100 Transcendental Studies, Nos. 63-71. SE. BIS (Swedish classical music label).

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
100 Trancendental Studies
1 No. 63. En forme de Valse. Leggiero con desinvoltura Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 17:07
2 No. 64 Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 2:44
3 No. 65 Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 2:37
4 No. 66. (Lascia vibrare gli arpeggi) Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 6:13
5 No. 67 Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 4:18
6 No. 68. Sottovoce Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 2:36
7 No. 69. La punta d'organo. Sottovoce Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 25:51
8 No. 70. Rhythmes brisés Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 4:13
9 No. 71. Aria Kaikhosru Sorabji Fredrik Ullén 13:41