|The 2010 version of FIM/nosag charity CD contains first recordings of chamber music pieces for flute, bassoon, violoncello, baryton voice and piano by Swedish composer Stefan Lindgren. |
Stefan Lindgren has played as soloist with the great orchestras of Sweden - Royal Philharmonics, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Gothenburg Symphonics. He has played many recitals in Sweden and abroad in New York, London, Paris
and Vienna. 1993-2001 he was the orchestral pianist of the Radio Symphony Orchestra and since 2007 he has the same position with the Royal Philharmonics. Stefan Lindgren
made many recordings both on CD and for the Swedish Radio.
These CDs are produced in collaboration with Mats Rodius and FIM, Föreningen Ideell Musik (The Society for Idealistic Music), working with collecting support money to different help projects all around the world.
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Lindgren: Sonat för flöjt och piano Part 2
Lindgren: Vårbal på Odenplan
MusicWeb: "Stefan Lindgren is well known among classical music listeners in his native Sweden in several capacities: as chamber musician, accompanist, répétiteur and solo pianist. To this can now be added composer, a fact I became aware of when visiting the Saxå Chamber Music Festival this summer. His compositions are characterized by incisive rhythms and sharp contrasts, sometimes going from one extreme to the other. The continuous flow of the music is further marked by the movements being woven into each other, even though there are marked borders between them. In the first movement of the sonata for cello and piano small rhythmic repeated cells in the piano part are the basic building blocks, above and around which the cello weaves melodic lines. This is energetic and urging music, constantly striving forward. Percussive piano contrasts with the legato playing of the cello in the second movement, but towards the end both instruments are dancing, wilder and wilder until the energy finally ebbs out. The third movement also starts with great rhythmic intensity, gradually transforming into a contemplative section, but after a while it again gathers energy and finishes in a great eruption. This is a long work, almost half an hour, while the other instrumental works are far shorter. Stefan Lindgren’s versatility as a pianist is well displayed on this disc and his co-musicians - all of them belonging to the Swedish elite on their instruments, are audibly committed to their task. For international listeners the lack of English notes may be a drawback but by and large the music speaks for itself and the recording leaves nothing to be desired. "
|Pianist: Stefan Lindgren|
|1-3||Sonat för violoncell och piano||29´07|
|4-5||Sonat för flöjt och piano||9´38|
|6-8||Sonat för fagott och piano||12´41|
|9||Association för flöjt och piano||2´47|
|Sju sånger till texter av Stefan Geiland|
|10||Mitt i den stora tystnaden||2´42|
|11||I det som tystnat||2´03|
|13||I den lilla tystnaden||3´17|
|16||Vårbal på Odenplan||3´04|
|Total durata: 73´38|
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