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Giacinto Scelsi: Works For

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Rel. Date: 06/18/2021
UPC: 9120040732240

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DISC: 1

1. Coelocanth (1955): I
2. Coelocanth (1955): II
3. Coelocanth (1955): III
4. Three Studies Pour Alto Solo (1956): I
5. Three Studies Pour Alto Solo (1956): II
6. Three Studies Pour Alto Solo (1956): III
7. Divertimento N° 2 Pour Violon Solo (1954): I
8. Divertimento N° 2 Pour Violon Solo (1954): II
9. Divertimento N° 2 Pour Violon Solo (1954): III
10. Divertimento N° 2 Pour Violon Solo (1954): IV
11. Divertimento N° 3 Pour Violon Solo (1955): I
12. Divertimento N° 3 Pour Violon Solo (1955): II
13. Divertimento N° 3 Pour Violon Solo (1955): III
14. Divertimento N° 3 Pour Violon Solo (1955): IV
15. Divertimento N° 4 Pour Violon Solo (1955): I
16. Divertimento N° 4 Pour Violon Solo (1955): II
17. Divertimento N° 4 Pour Violon Solo (1955): III
18. Divertimento N° 4 Pour Violon Solo (1955): IV

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Giacinto Scelsi is one of the most original Italian composers of the twentieth century. The symbolic choice of Rome as his home represented Scelsi's own cultural, artistic and spiritual interests. His fascination for Eastern philosophies, Yoga and Zen meditation are combined with a insightful knowledge of Christian, Greek, Egyptian and Mesopotamian mythologies; Scelsi's library and collection of recordings displays his cultural interests, his curiosity and openness to the intricacies of the mind and his lifelong quest for a dialogue between different expressions of human spirituality. Marco Fusi, one of the leading performers of contemporary music, presents his readings of some of Scelsi's intriguing works for violin and for viola solo. For the listener, this is a journey into a futuristic vision from a past era.