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Chant d'Automne

Wim Van Hasselt

Hartmann, Grunelius, Hindemith, Fischer

SKU: 37716

Year of release: 2016

Concertino for Trumpet 15:08
1. Toccata Hartmann 05:15
2. Lied Hartmann 05:22
3. Quodibet Hartmann 04:31
4. Chant d'Automne Grunelius 12:32
Sonata for trumpet and piano 16:36
5. Mit Kraft Hindemith 05:20
6. Massig Bewegt Hindemith 02:26
7. Trauermusik Hindemith 08:49
Eine Deutsch Juddische Kantate 10:29
8. Dreistimmiges Preludium Fischer 01:05
9. Wiegenlied Fischer 02:25
10. Deutsche Arie Fischer 00:41
11. Jiddische Arie Fischer 03:37
12. Grabschrift Fischer 02:39

About this album

The title of this album, featuring two world premieres (Grunelius and Fischer), is taken from the composition by the German pianist and composer Wilhelm von Grunelius. The inspiration for his work for flugelhorn, timpani and strings came from the poem ‘Chant d’automne’ by the French poet and art critic Charles Pierre Baudelaire (1821-1867). The use of texts is a recurring theme in this colourful programme of music for the trumpet in a variety of combinations. At the end of the final movement of his Sonata for trumpet and piano, ‘Trauermusik’, Paul Hindemith incorporates Bach’s chorale ‘Alle Menschen mussen sterben’ (BWV 634). In his Eine Deutsch-Jiddische Kantate, Iván Fischer employs texts by Avrom Sutzkever, Rainer Maria Rilke, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and others. The recording is also of particular value in view of the fact that the two world premieres of music by Grunelius and Fischer are performed by the Budapest Festival Orchestra under Iván Fischer himself, while he also conducts his own Eine Deutsch-Jiddische Kantate, with his daughter Nora Fischer as soprano soloist.

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Music Frames (NL)

‘Chant d’Automne‘ bevat uitgelezen repertoire waarin we trompettist Wim van Hasselt als een veelzijdig trompettist horen die zich moeiteloos aanpast aan de composities die hij speelt. In ‘Chant d’Automne‘ (van Wilhlem von Grunelius 1942) markeert Van Hasselt de trompet als een charismatisch instrument dat fier boven het orkest uitstijgt. Terwijl we in ‘Eine Deutsch -Jiddische Kantate‘ van Iván Fisher (1951) de transparante veelzijdigheid van de trompet kunnen ontdekken.

Music Frames (ENG.)

The album’Chant d’Automne’ contains exquisite repertoire in which we hear trumpet player Wim van Hasselt as a a versatile musician who effortlessly changes his way of playing to several compositions. n the title piece and world premiere ‘Chant d’Automne’ (by Wilhlem von Grunelius 1942) Van Hasselt shows the trumpet to be a charismatic musical instrument that proudly rises above the orchestra. In the brilliant work (and also a world premiere) ‘Eine Deutsch-Yiddish Kantate‘ by Ivan Fisher (1951) you can discover the versatility of the trumpet.

Klassieke Zaken

(...) Van Hasselt laat zijn bügel gloedvol somberen in breed welvende lamentaties (...)

Pizzicato.lu

This mixed program is ambitious and rewarding thanks to the committed performances by the excellent trumpeter Wim Van Hasselt. We particularly liked to discover the short yet appealing composition Deutsch-Jiddische Kantate by Ivan Fischer.

Technical Specifications

Recording SoftwareMerging
Recording Type Bit RateDSD64
Recording LocationHilversum, Budapest
Recording EngineerJared Sacks, Hein Dekker
ProducerJared Sacks, Hein Dekker (Eine Deutsche Jiddische Kantate)
Mixing BoardRens Heijnis custom made
MicrophonesBruel & Kyaer, Schoeps
Mastering RoomGrimm LS1
Mastering EngineerJared Sacks
Editing SoftwarePyramix
Digital ConvertersGrimm
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