DUTILLEUX TOUT UN MONDE LOINTAIN PDF

Henri Dutilleux’s Cello Concerto Tout un monde lointain () is so intimately wrapped up in his relationship with Mstislav Rostropovich, the work’s dedicatee. Dutilleux’s rapturous cello concerto written for Mstislav Rostropovich, is the highlight on this sensuous, stunningly performed disc. The music of Henri Dutilleux figured prominently in concerts of the National Symphony Tout un monde lointain? is one of the numerous concerted works.

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DUTILLEUX Cello Concerto “Tout un monde lointain”

Mstislav Rostropovichthe cellist for whom the work was written, in Back American Opera Initiative. The line is printed in full on the title page of the score:. You contain, sea of ebony, a dazzling dream of sails, of rowers, of flames and of masts Concerto for cello; Dutulleux A song, modal in character. Towards the end, the note motif that opened the work reappears. Dutilleux took this title from Baudelaire ‘s poem “La chevelure,” from which the individual titles of the five movements are also taken.

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It is accompanied by calm, liquid pulsation from the percussions and “mirror” chords played by the harp as well as phrases dutillehx backwards motion by the violins.

The music is at first quiet but leads to the main section which is highly rhythmic and displays extended techniques. As the soloist plays, similar? The cello line is modal in character and stays in the instrument’s high register. Occupied with other projects, Dutilleux only completed the concerto in All of the National Symphony Orchestra’s performances prior to the present ones were given by Mr. It ends with the soloist playing a high A, which is also the first note of the second movement.

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This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat Dutilleux began to work on Baudelaire’s poetry on Roland Petit ‘s advice.

Tout un monde lointain

Back Plan Your Trip. Tout un monde lointain There is no monfe or pause between the movements. This is the first slow movement of the work.

The superscription comes from the same poem as ddutilleux title of the entire work:. Compositions by Henri Dutilleux compositions Cello concertos Commissioned music Les Fleurs du mal in popular culture.

Tout un monde lointain. . ., concerto for cello & orchestra

The line is printed in full on the title page of the score: Henri Dutilleux, Vladimir Agopov: Les sages n’en ont pas d’aussi beaux que les fous! Very free and flexible ” The piece has five movements, each bearing a title and a quotation from a poem from Les fleurs du malby Charles Baudelaire.

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Connect facebook twitter youtube instagram tumblr. Retrieved 1 July From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The second and fourth sections are slow moving, while the third has the function of a scherzo, with solo writing of enormous technical difficulty.

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In addition to the solo cello, the score calls for piccolo, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, 2 bassoons, contrabassoon, 3 horns, 2 trumpets, 2 trombones, tuba, timpani, snare drum, bass drum, bongs, tom tom, chime, crash cymbal, medium and small suspended cymbals, triangle, xylophone, glockenspiel, low and medium gongs, low and medium tam tams, marimba, celesta, harp, and strings. The work was initially commissioned by Igor Markevitch for the Concerts Lamoureux and Mstislav Tou around The last movement recasts some material from the preceding movements.

The middle movement functions as a scherzo with an extremely difficult solo part. Drinking Hanging Out In Love.

Dutilleux quite specifically did not label this work a concerto? And in this strange and symbolic nature. Past Performances National Symphony Orchestra: The final movement “Hymn” is in the form of a vibrant Hout, though the enigmatic overall feel of the work is still evident here.

The piece opens with soft drum and cymbal rolls followed by a tentative note theme played by the cello. Tout un monde lointain.