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Sextuor à cordes, Quatuor à cordes n° 2, Quintette pour piano, Divertimento / Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center - TASHI - Ursula Oppens & The Group for Contemporary Music

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5.0 von 5 Sternen An American musical icon. 3. Oktober 2007
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Many fans of 20th Century classical music will most likely have some works by Wuorinen in their collections; he was hard to avoid in the 1970's when Nonesuch issued a good number of his works on their bargain-priced albums. I have many of those great albums, and it is good to see that Naxos is reissuing CD's originally released on the Harmonia Mundi label. Wuorinen has always been a rigorous, highly disciplined serial composer, but that does not make his work forbidding in any sense. His music exudes a great deal of humanity and humor as well as having a serious and cerebral side. I find the serious side of his music challenging, and ultimately rewarding, listening.
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excellent. Wuorinen's work has become less astringent over the years. I own dozens of his work. The Naxos recordings are pristine as always.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Wuorinen's dense contrapuntal textures in four chamber works 20. Mai 2013
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Charles Wuorinen (b. 1938) has called himself a maximalist, making clear his distance from the minimalist tendency of Riley, Reich, and Glass. Along with Milton Babbitt, Wuorinen developed Schoenberg's 12-tone system into an American branch of serialism, and has plowed that field without straying into fashionable Debussian chromaticism or crowd-pleasing neoromanticism.

This 2006 Naxos disc includes four pieces of chamber music, three of them previously released on Koch. Only "Divertimento" appears here for the first time.

String Sextet (1988-89 -- 19'08)
Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center -- recorded 1991

Second String Quartet (1979 -- 20'17)
The Group for Contemporary Music -- recorded 1991

Divertimento (1982 -- 11'35)
TASHI -- recorded 2000

Piano Quintet (1993-94 -- 24'45)
The Group for Contemporary Music -- recorded 1996

This music is characterized by dense contrapuntal texture. Wuorinen develops themes organically through rigorous counterpoint across serialist tone rows. This no doubt sounds intimidating to some, but all four of these pieces exemplify what is often missed -- the neoclassical element of Schoenberg's 12-tone system. Radical in the sense of breaking with conventional harmony, 12-tone music, which was later developed into serialism, was conservative in the sense of carving a system out of the uncharted space resulting from Schoenberg's initial "atonal" revolution. Schoenberg always followed Bach and Brahms.

The "Sextet" obtains a thicker sound than a quartet, with two violins, two violas, and two cellos. This is a forceful piece that exhibits Wuorinen's counterpoint for better and for worse. There are passages as it develops in which the thickets of counterpoint become too unvarying, an example of what might be called the "Reger Syndrome" (after Max Reger, admired by Schoenberg but widely critized for excessively long passages of counterpoint). This same problem afflicts the "Divertimento" to a lesser degree, despite it being substantially shorter.

I find the "Second String Quartet" and the "Piano Quintet" to be better -- in fact, they are both quite impressive. The string quartet is dedicated to cellist Fred Sherry. As Wuorinen says, "[t]he work is in four connected movements but each of these has its own slow and fast music, and its own area of activity and repose; the whole work, therefore, is really a single large movement." (Quoted from Robert Kirzinger's liner notes.) The variety of tempos and textures makes this a more compelling piece than the sometimes heavy and relentless sextet.

The "Piano Quintet," featuring Ursula Oppens, is also lighter and more varied, including a very slow second movement. A commission by the Lincoln Center, originally written for Oppens and the Arditti Quartet, who premiered it in 1995, it is here performed by the Group for Contemporary Music with Fred Sherry on cello. The GCM was founded in NYC by Wuorinen and Harvey Sollberger.

Interestingly, the GCM that performs the "Second String Quartet" has no overlap with the GCM that performs the Piano Quintet. Fred Sherry plays on all of the recordings here but the "Second String Quartet." This incarnation of TASHI has two of the same players as on the renowned recording of Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, Sherry and violinist Ida Kavafian.

Wuorinen is quite prolific, and I have not heard very much of his music, but I can recommend this as a good introduction to an important and accomplished American composer.

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