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Caroline Melzer / Nurit Stark - Gyorgy Kurtag: Kafka Fragments (2015)

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Caroline Melzer / Nurit Stark - Gyorgy Kurtag: Kafka Fragments (2015)
Artist: Caroline Melzer / Nurit Stark
Title Of Album: Gyorgy Kurtag: Kafka Fragments
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: BIS
Country: EU
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue, log, booklet)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 58:08 min
Full Size: 230 MB






Tracklist:

Gyorgy Kurtag: Kafka-Fragmente, Op. 24, Pt. 1
Part I: No. 1. Die Guten gehen im gleichen Schritt… (The good march in step…)
Part I: No. 2. Wie ein Weg im Herbst (Like a pathway in autumn)
Part I: No. 3. Verstecke (Hiding-places)
Part I: No. 4. Ruhelos (Restless)
Part I: No. 5. Berceuse I
Part I: No. 6. Nimmermehr (Nevermore) (Excommunicatio)
Part I: No. 7, Wenn er mich immer fragt ("But he just won't stop asking me.")
Part I: No. 8. Es zupfte mich jemand am Kleid (Someone tugged at my clothes)
Part I: No. 9. Die weissnaherinnen (The seamsresses)
Part I: No. 10. Szene am Bahnhof (Scene at the station)
Part I: No. 11. Sonntag, den 19. Juli 1910 (Sunday, 19th July 1910) (Berceuse II, Hommage a Jeney)
Part I: No. 12. Meine Ohrmuschel… (My ear…)
Part I: No. 13. Einmal brach ich mir das Bein (Chassidischer Tanz) (Once I broke my leg (Chassidic Dance))
Part I: No. 14. Umpanzert (Enarmoured)
Part I: No. 15. 2 Spazierstocke (Authentisch-plagal) (2 walking-sticks (Authentic-plagal))
Part I: No. 16. Keine Ruckkehr (No going back)
Part I: No. 17. Stolz (1910/15. November, zehn Uhr) (Pride (15th November 1910, 10 o'clock))
Part I: No. 18. Traumend hing die Blume (The flower hung dreamily) (Hommage a Schumann)
Part I: No. 19. Nichts dergleichen (Nothing of the kind)

Kafka-Fragmente, Op. 24, Pt. 2
Part II: Der wahre Weg (The true path) (Hommage-message a Pierre Boulez)

Kafka-Fragmente, Op. 24, Pt. 3
Part III: No. 1. Haben? Sein? (To have? To be?)
Part III: No. 2. Der Coitus als Bestrafung (Coitus as punishment) (Canticulum Mariae Magdalenae)
Part III: No. 3. Meine Festung (My fortress)
Part III: No. 4. Schmutzig bin ich, Milena… (I am dirty, Milena…)
Part III: No. 5. Elendes Leben (Miserable life) (Double)
Part III: No. 6. Der begrenzte Kreis (The closed circle)
Part III: No. 7. Ziel, Weg, Zogern (Destination, path, hesitation)
Part III: No. 8. So fest (As tightly)
Part III: No. 9. Verstecke (Hiding-places) (Double)
Part III: No. 10. Penetrant Judisch (Offensively Jewish)
Part III: No. 11. Staunend sahen wir das grosse Pferd (Amazed, we saw the great horse)
Part III: No. 12. Szene in de Elektrischen, 1910 (Scene on a tram, 1910)

Kafka-Fragmente, Op. 24, Pt. 4
Part IV: No. 1. Zu spat (22. Oktober 1913) (Too late (22nd October 1913)
Part IV: No. 2. Eine lange Geschichte (A long story)
Part IV: No. 3. In memoriam Robert Klein
Part IV: No. 4. Aus einem alten Notizbuch (From an old notebook)
Part IV: No. 5. Leoparden (Leopards)
Part IV: No. 6. In memoriam Joannis Pilinszky
Part IV: No. 7. Wiederum, wiederum (Again, again)
Part IV: No. 8. Es blendete uns die Mondnacht (The moonlit night dazzled us)

Gyorgy Kurtag composed his Kafka-Fragmente in the mid-1980s, and these forty settings of text fragments by Franz Kafka remain one of his most often-performed works. Although the cycle contains no single narrative thread and tells no coherent 'tale' it has become quite common to present it in staged versions. Many of the movements are extremely brief; in the present recording 11 of the movements are less than half a minute long, and the shortest (Es zupfte mich jemand am Kleid / Someone tugged at my clothes) lasts only 13 seconds. Collected by the composer, the texts have been extracted from Kafka's letters, diaries and notebooks; shards that together form a mosaic at times sardonic, absurd, lyrical or humorous. Kurtag's ability to convey a wide range of situations and emotions transforms each fragment into a vision of dreamlike intensity, where the real becomes surreal. The often highly virtuosic and demanding score is here interpreted by the soprano Caroline Melzer and the violinist Nurit Stark, both performers with a strong commitment to contemporary music who collaborated with a number of eminent composers.



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