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Melaine Dalibert "Anastassis Philippakopoulos: piano works" [CD]

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当店大人気及び大推薦ピアニストMelaine Dalibertの2020年新作!! 2017年Another Timbreより1stアルバムをリリース、そしてErstwhile Recordsのサブレーベルとして誕生したElsewhereより2018、2019年と、年一枚のペースで非常に質の高いソロピアノ音源を発表しており、今回はギリシャの作曲家でありヴァンデルヴァイザー派、そしてなんとビョークのお気に入りの作曲家でもあるというAnastassis Philippakopoulosのソロ・ピアノピース演奏。氏の瞑想的響きに陰影を帯びた静かな倍音を添える、どこか禅的且つ内省的な深度も感じる傑作です。





ABOUT THIS ALBUM

Greek composer Anastassis Philippakopoulos has been a member of the Wandelweiser composers collective since 2003. When examining post-Cage 21st-century classical music, there was a transition in compositional styles from decomposition to recomposition of the new tonal music deeply associated with each composer’s individuality. Philippakopoulos' work is one of the most intense forms of this style: a unique blend of the icy, sharp edges of minimalism, the warm colors of modern romanticism, and the introspective depth of Zen.

In Philippakopoulos' piano works, each tone is closely connected with the previous and the subsequent tones via long resonances, forming a simple yet poignant melody that contains a magnetic power to draw the listener’s ears. The intensity of a single tone of his piano pieces often evokes a beautiful stone, organically formed over the course of a very long time. In fact, Philippakopoulos takes several months to a year to compose one short 2-4 minute piece.

On this album, Philippakopoulos' twelve solo piano pieces (composed from 2005-2018) are performed by a rising French composer/pianist Melaine Dalibert, who is known for a unique algorithmic compositional style as well as his interpretations of works by Giuliano D’Angiolini, Tom Johnson, Peter Garland, and many others. Here Dalibert realized the transient, meditative beauty of Philippakopoulos' piano works by inducing rich harmonics in the tranquil afterglows mysteriously tinged with shadows, brilliantly conveying the immense and profound world of Philippakopoulos' music narratively and poetically.