On this CD we meet Markus Leoson on his second album as a soloist on the nosag label, this time collaborating with splendid string ensemble Uppsala kammarsolister. The repertory this time consists of first recordings of contemporary Swedish music by Stefan Solyom, Hans Söderberg and Eberhard Eyser, spiced with music from South African Peter Klatzow and Brazilian Ney Rosauro.

You can also listen to Markus Leoson solo on Markussion (nosag CD 071) together with violinist Semmy Stahlhammer on Marimbolino (nosag CD 059) and on Requiem by Gabriella Gullin (nosag CD 2078).

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From Monday Nov 27 at 8.30 one piece is played each day: Arietta Monday, Concert Piece on Tuesday, Rosauro on Wednesday, Concertino on Thursday and Klatzow on Friday.

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Solyom: from Concert Piece for Drums and Strings

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Stefan Solyom:
Concert Piece for Drums and Strings #
1. Part 1 1´05
2. Part 2 2´54
3. Part 3 1´28
Ney Rosauro:
Concert for Marimba and String Orchestra
4. I) Saudação (Greetings) 3´26
5. II) Lamento (Lament) 5´00
6. III) Dança (Dance) 3´38
7. IV) Despedida (Farewell) 4´20
Hans Söderberg:
8. Concertino for Marimba and Strings # 6´58
Peter Klatzow:
Concerto for Marimba and String Orchestra
9. Moderato 7´05
10. Elegiac 4´44
11. Toccata 4´00
Hans Söderberg:
12. Arietta for Vibraphone and Strings # 3´55
Eberhard Eyser:
13. Colludo - per percussione ed archi # 14´38
                                           # = first recording
durata 63´09

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