Charlotte Hellekant / Kentaro Kawase / United Instruments of Lucilin - Toshio Hosokawa: The Raven mp3 downloadPerformer: Charlotte Hellekant / Kentaro Kawase / United Instruments of Lucilin
Title: Toshio Hosokawa: The Raven
Style: Miscellaneous (Classical)
Location: Aster Plaza Hall, Hiroshima, Japan
Released: April 13, 2017
Date of recording: October 29, 2014 - October 31, 2014
Size MP3 version: 1855 mb
Size FLAC version: 1648 mb
Size WMA version: 1239 mb
Format: AIFF AU MP3 AAC DTS VQF
Charlotte Hellekant / Kentaro Kawase / United Instruments of Lucilin - Toshio Hosokawa: The Raven mp3 download
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Toshio Hosokawa: The Raven. Edgar Allan Poe, Spoken Word. Charlotte Hellekant, Kentaro Kawase, United Instruments of Lucilin.
The Raven (Unabridged). By Toshio Hosokawa - Charlotte Hellekant, United Instruments of Lucilin & Kentaro Kawase. Released: 4 Dec 2015. More By Charlotte Hellekant. See All. Sibelius: Kullervo.
Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe's 1945 poem, Hosokawa frames his monodrama The Raven as a Japanese Noh play, with its interaction between the human protagonist and an otherworldly animal. Vividly exploring ideas of madness, The Raven conjures up a shadowy and unfamiliar world. Conductor: Kentaro Kawase.
The Raven Charlotte Hellekant. 2. The Raven Charlotte Hellekant; United Instruments of Lucilin; Kentaro Kawase. Total Playing Time 60:54. Recorded in October 2014 in Hiroshima in the presence of the composer Toshio Hosokawa, this monodrama for mezzo-soprano and 12 players is based on The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe. The Luxembourg-based contemporary chamber music ensemble the United Instruments of Lucilin commissioned the work, showcasing Swedish mezzo-soprano Charlotte Hellekant. When I read The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe, it reminded me of the Japanese Noh play.
Hellekant/United Instruments of Lucilin/Kawase (Naxos). Toshio Hosokawa’s 2012 setting of Edgar Allen Poe’s famous poem is categorised as a monodrama. But the composer made connections between Japanese Noh plays, because of the unanthropocentric viewpoint of the text with its talking bird, and ambiguities between dream and reality. It was very much designed as a vehicle for the Swedish mezzo Charlotte Hellekant, and makes as much use of her spoken acting abilities as it does of her singing
Charlotte Hellekant – Photo by L. Koller. During our introductory talk Charlotte Hellekant mentioned that she takes the person to have been caught in a loop of grief, not even wanting to find relief. This idea seems to be supported by Hosokawa: Hellekant mainly speaks or whispers, but on occasion bursts into almost baroque-like recitative and even proper coloratura. The general atmosphere is subdued and fearful
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Charlotte Hellekant (mezzo-soprano), United Instruments of Lucilin, Kentaro Kawase. United Instruments of Lucilin. Charlotte Hellekant (mezzo-soprano). Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s 1845 poem, Hosokawa frames his monodrama The Raven as a Japanese Noh play, with its interaction between the human protagonist and an otherworldly animal.
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CreditsJarek Frankowski - Engineer, Photography
Charlotte Hellekant - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal), Narrator, Primary Artist
Toshio Hosokawa - Composer, Liner Notes
Kaz Ishikawa - Photography
Kentaro Kawase - Conductor, Primary Artist
Florence Martin - Producer
Sergey Nivens - Cover Image
United Instruments of Lucilin - Ensemble, Primary Artist