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Lotusland/Skogens sønnKleven Audiolibro, CD

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good performances of fine and mildly interesting music 16 de noviembre de 2009
Por G.D. - Publicado en
The Norwegian Arvid Kleven (1899-1929) is one of the many could-have-beens of music history. His championing of impressionism and expressivism wasn't particularly well received in his native Norway, and he was generally considered a radical modernist. But Norway was extremely conservative at the time, and anywhere else in the world Kleven would probably have been viewed as rather conservative - there is, for instance, nothing on this disc that goes beyond Debussy.

Part of my problem with the two orchestral works is rather that they are a little too close to Debussy for comfort, going so far, in fact, as to plagiarize L'apres in Lotusland. Yet the latter, premiered in 1922, is still a fine, well scored, atmospherically lush work, hazy and languid as summer sunshine. Skogens Søvn, from the following year, is more expressionist, but contains much of the same lush ebb and flow, mystery and opulence, and Debussy seems still to be the main source of inspiration. The half hour violin sonata from 1925 is the best work here, however. Somewhat more chromatic and harmonically denser than the orchestral works, this expressionist contains many good ideas and imaginative touches, in addition to some rather memorable thematic material.

There are no masterpieces on this disc, but some good music that benefits much from the excellent performances and sound quality it receives. The orchestral playing is appropriately lush and warm-blooded and Braathen and Bøhn are excellent partners in the sonata. The sound is warm and detailed as well and this is overall a very recommendable release for anyone interested in the byways of early twentieth century music.

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