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Eric Lammers Plays Annette Kruisbrink
  • track 4 - Seis Pavanillas - La Sanza

  • track 7 - Oración Sefardí

  • track 8 - Jimnastics

  • track 12 - Keramix - part 4

  • track 15 - Raganana

  • track 16 - Rose Hip Rhapsody

  • track 17 - Sonata 44 - 1. Moderato

  • track 18 - Sonata 44 - 2. Lento

  • track 19 - Sonata 44 - 3. Vivace

  • track 20 - Nocturnal

Eric Lammers Plays Annette Kruisbrink

Compositeur: KRUISBRINK Annette

DZ 3743


ISBN: 978-2-89795-660-8

Disques compacts et DVDs

Eight works by one composer, and yet this CD is enormously varied in music styles, emotions, effects, and techniques used. This is of course to be expected for those familiar with the works of composer Annette Kruisbrink. Eric Lammers knows how to express every style and emotion in an extraordinarily natural way. An excellent guitarist, an excellent recording! The CD opens with Six Pavanillas, with influences from a.o. vihuela music, a thumb piano from Cameroon, free style flamenco. In the Sephardic prayer Oración Sefardí, Lammers beautifully expresses an imaginary Sephardic landscape. In Jimnastics, the performer is dealing with a true technical workout! Keramix, a tribute to Witold Lutosławski, consists of six short movements. Kruisbrink, who studied classical North Indian music, based several of her compositions on Indian ragas. In Raganana the tempo progression is like in a raga; Vilambit laya (slow pace) - Madhya laya (medium pace) - Drut laya (fast pace). With its whimsical structure and the extravagant expression of feelings, Rose Hip Rhapsody is a challenging adventure. The masterfully written three-movement Sonata 44 is truly of great beauty! Actually, this impressive work cannot be expressed in words! The CD ends with Nocturnal, dedicated to Eric Lammers. The silence of the night is presented in a slow introduction. A mysterious darkness develops after which the nocturnal atmosphere ends with a contrasting finale.

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