Bjørn Kruse: Chronotope - Concerto For Clarinet & Orchestra
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"Chronotape is a stunning piece." Musicweb International Bjørn Kruse's list of works numbers more than 150, from chamber and choral music to larger orchestral works and four operas. Of this new recording from Lawo Classics, he says: "The collaborative efforts of soloist Fredrik Fors, conductor Christian Eggen and the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra excellently work in bringing out the work's conceptual intention and musical character. Fredrik embodies all that I could ever wish for in a soloist. He possesses a perfect virtuoso technique along with a beautiful, lyrical clarinet sound; he fuses these qualities into a powerful and intense expression that elevates the work beyond my dreams and creates a convincing ownership to the performance. Truly a co-creative music artist!" Fredrik Fors is one of Scandinavia's leading clarinettists and has previously made recordings for the Harmonia Mundi and 2L labels. The Oslo Philharmonic needs no introduction. The title of this clarinet concerto 'Chronotope' is a term used by the Russian literary philosopher Mikhail Bakhtin (1895-1975) to describe how an awareness of time and space (chronos and topos) is represented in language and discourse.
- BJØRN KRUSE (*1946) CHRONOTOPE - Part 1
- Part 2
- Part 3
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