In the last decade Luxembourgian composers have written a vivid body of orchestral music that takes in a wide range of inspirations. Ivan Boumans explores the field of biology in Meiosis where the music undergoes transformations, whereas for Roland Wiltgen it is celestial mechanics that drives Orbital Resonances. The idea of transformation is also important to Marco PĂĽtz as he generates exciting 'chordal clusters'. Inspired by a fresco, Jeannot Sanavia's HĂ©lice is a study in agitation, while Tatsiana Zelianko charts the death and rebirth of a butterfly in music of passionate drama.
In the last decade Luxembourgian composers have written a vivid body of orchestral music that takes in a wide range of inspirations. Ivan Boumans explores the field of biology in Meiosis where the music undergoes transformations, whereas for Roland Wiltgen it is celestial mechanics that drives Orbital Resonances. The idea of transformation is also important to Marco PĂĽtz as he generates exciting 'chordal clusters'. Inspired by a fresco, Jeannot Sanavia's HĂ©lice is a study in agitation, while Tatsiana Zelianko charts the death and rebirth of a butterfly in music of passionate drama.
747313905973

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Format: CD
Label: NAXOS
Rel. Date: 03/05/2021
UPC: 747313905973

Luxembourg Contemporary 1 / Various
Artist: Luxembourg Contemporary 1 / Various
Format: CD
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In the last decade Luxembourgian composers have written a vivid body of orchestral music that takes in a wide range of inspirations. Ivan Boumans explores the field of biology in Meiosis where the music undergoes transformations, whereas for Roland Wiltgen it is celestial mechanics that drives Orbital Resonances. The idea of transformation is also important to Marco PĂĽtz as he generates exciting 'chordal clusters'. Inspired by a fresco, Jeannot Sanavia's HĂ©lice is a study in agitation, while Tatsiana Zelianko charts the death and rebirth of a butterfly in music of passionate drama.

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