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Kim Kashkashian, Robert Levin, Robyn Schulkowsky - Bouchard: Pourtinade; Chihara: Redwood; Shostakovich: Sonata Op. 147 (1991)
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Kim Kashkashian, Robert Levin, Robyn Schulkowsky - Bouchard: Pourtinade; Chihara: Redwood; Shostakovich: Sonata Op. 147 (1991)

FLAC (log,image+cue), Lossless | Label: ECM Records / ECM New Series | Classical, Modern Classical, Contemporary | 01:00:50 | 224 Mb

Tracklist:

1. Linda Bouchard: Pourtinade 17:02
2. Paul Chihara: Redwood 11:5
3. Shostakovich: Sonata in C major, Op. 147 - I. Moderato 09:07
4. Shostakovich: Sonata in C major, Op. 147 - II. Allegretto 07:17
5. Shostakovich: Sonata in C major, Op. 147 - III. Adagio 15:08

Musicians:
Kim Kashkashian - Viola
Robyn Schulkowsky - Percussion (tracks: 1, 2)
Robert Levin - Piano (tracks: 3-5)
Linda Bouchard, Paul Chihara, Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) - Composers

The first two works are for viola and a battery of percussion instruments. Pourtinade, in nine sections with highly descriptive titles whose order is decided by the performers, elicits every possible sound and color effect from the viola, and an extraordinary range of blending and contrasting textural timbres from the instrumental combinations. "Redwood," inspired by Japanese woodcuts, uses the percussion as melody instruments; often it seems incredible that a single player can produce such a wealth of sounds. Opening softly and mysteriously, it becomes quite active, and then a beautiful viola solo fades away. The Shostakovich Sonata, written in the shadow of death, is heartbreakingly moving in its lamentatious mournfulness and turbulently desperate outbursts. The piano texture is pared down to skeletal spareness; the viola mourns in the dark low register and soars radiantly up high. The Scherzo is defiantly sardonic; the Finale, full of quotes from Beethoven, ends in resignation. The playing is beautiful and projects the changing moods with a riveting, inwardly experienced expressiveness. --Edith Eisler

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