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Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger - Berio: Sequenzas III & VII flac mp3

Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger - Berio: Sequenzas III & VII flac mp3
Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger
Berio: Sequenzas III & VII
Chamber Music,Vocal Music
Recording date:
April, 1969
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Différences for 5 instruments and magnetic tape. Cathy Berberian, Heinz Holliger. 2. Sequenza III for female voice. 3. Sequenza VII for oboe.

Oboe – Heinz Holliger. Photography By – Steye Raviez. Producer – Anthony Freud, Wilhelm Hellweg. Soprano Vocals – Cathy Berberian. 모. Recording: April 1969 ℗ 1970 Universal International Music .

Sequenza VII (Für Oboe). Oboe – Heinz Holliger. B2. Due Pezzi (Für Violine Und Klavier). Piano – Dennis Russel Davies Violin – Romuald Tecco. B3. Chamber Music (Für Frauenstimme, Klarinette, Violoncello Und Harfe). Composed By, Conductor – Luciano Berio. Liner Notes – Marcel Marnat. Musicians on tracks A1, B2 & B3 are members of The Juilliard Ensemble. Explanation on cover photograph. List of other items in the Philips Modern Series.

Berio: Sequenzas III & V. .has been added to your Cart. Used: Like New Details. When planning this recording Berio wished to show how his music had evolved from the early Due pezzi for violin and piano of 1957, to the newly completed Sequenza VII for solo oboe, composed for Heinz Holliger. Chamber Music for female voice, harp, cello and clarinet sets words by James Joyce, and was written for Berio's first wife, the American soprano Cathy Berberian.

Sequenzas I-Xiv (CD) Luciano Berio. Berio: Sequenzas III & VII, Différences, Due pezzie, Chamber Music (CD). Luciano Berio, Cathy Berberian, Heinz Holliger, Juilliard Ensemble.

Berio made a living at this time by accompanying singing classes, and it was in doing this that he met the American mezzo-soprano Cathy Berberian, whom he married shortly after graduating (they divorced in 1964). Berio wrote a number of pieces which exploited her distinctive voice. Jürgen Maehder, Zitat, Collage, Palimpsest ─ Zur Textbasis des Musiktheaters bei Luciano Berio und Sylvano Bussotti, in: Hermann Danuser/Matthias Kassel (ed., Musiktheater heute. Internationales Symposion der Paul Sacher Stiftung Basel 2001, Mainz, Schott 2003, pp. 97–133. Jürgen Maehder, Giacomo Puccinis "Turandot" und ihre Wandlungen ─ Die Ergänzungsversuche des III. "Turandot"-Aktes, in: Thomas Bremer and Titus Heydenreich (ed., Zibaldone.

Catherine Anahid "Cathy" Berberian (July 4, 1925 – March 6, 1983) was an American mezzo-soprano and composer based in Italy. She interpreted contemporary avant-garde music composed, among others, by Luciano Berio, Bruno Maderna, John Cage, Henri Pousseur, Sylvano Bussotti, Darius Milhaud, Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, and Igor Stravinsky.

Aldershot, Hants; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishers. He has appeared in numerous concerts and festivals around the world with artists and groups including Misha Maisky, Heinz Holliger, Aurele Nicolet, Shlomo Mintz, Gyorgy Pauk, Ralph Kirshbaum, Frans Helmerson, Claude Frank, Peter Frankl, Natalia Gutman, Tokyo Quartet, Vermeer Quartet, The Netherland Wind Ensemble, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gewandhaus Orchestra, The Philharmonia (London), Toronto Symphony, Israel Philharmonic, Minnesota Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, Houston Symphony, Atlanta.

Thanks to Orfeo's long-running reissue program of Salzburg Festival performances, a generation of more appreciative listeners can now have a ticket to this long-ago concert. Now that both Berio and Berberian have joined the departed and Segerstam looks like a Viking warrior who can hardly keep the crumbs out of his beard, it is much easier to admire this performance than perhaps it was in 1974. Liner note writer Gottfried Kraus tries to have it both ways, citing both the empty seats and the enormous success these concerts were in terms of critical appraisal, particularly for Segerstam.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Différences for 5 instruments and magnetic tape Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 14:58
2 Sequenza III for female voice Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 7:03
3 Sequenza VII for oboe Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 8:27
Due pezzi for violin & piano
4 Calmo Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 4:19
5 Quasi allegro alla marcia Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 2:11
Chamber Music for female voice, clarinet, cello and harp
6 Strings in the Earth and Air Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 2:57
7 Monotone Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 1:55
8 Winds of May Luciano Berio Cathy Berberian / Heinz Holliger 1:31


Cathy Berberian - Primary Artist, Soprano (Vocal)
Luciano Berio - Composer
Anthony Freud - Producer
Wilhelm Hellweg - Producer
Heinz Holliger - Oboe, Primary Artist
Eckhardt van den Hoogen - Liner Note Translation
Juilliard Ensemble - Ensemble
Steye Raviez - Artwork
Michel Roubinet - Liner Note Translation
Arnold Whittall - Liner Notes
Jan Martin Wilschut - Art Direction, Cover Image, Design