The ensemble Kammerata Luxembourg has set itself the goal of promoting works by Luxembourgish composers or those living in the Grand Duchy by means of commissioning and performing works at home and abroad, juxtaposing them with the classical chamber-music repertoire. The four composers brought together on this recording are all closely linked to Luxembourg. These five pieces - all written by Luxembourgeois composers within the past decade - draw on the flexible forces of Kammerata Luxembourg to generate a kaleidoscopic range of colors and textures. Though the music is unapologetically modernist in style, it is presented in instrumental combinations remarkable for their delicacy and gentle contours - in the aural equivalent of a walk through autumn woods.
The ensemble Kammerata Luxembourg has set itself the goal of promoting works by Luxembourgish composers or those living in the Grand Duchy by means of commissioning and performing works at home and abroad, juxtaposing them with the classical chamber-music repertoire. The four composers brought together on this recording are all closely linked to Luxembourg. These five pieces - all written by Luxembourgeois composers within the past decade - draw on the flexible forces of Kammerata Luxembourg to generate a kaleidoscopic range of colors and textures. Though the music is unapologetically modernist in style, it is presented in instrumental combinations remarkable for their delicacy and gentle contours - in the aural equivalent of a walk through autumn woods.
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Format: CD
Label: TCCT
Rel. Date: 03/19/2021
UPC: 5060640070110

Echoes of Autumn & Light
Artist: Bronnimann / Luxembourg
Format: CD
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The ensemble Kammerata Luxembourg has set itself the goal of promoting works by Luxembourgish composers or those living in the Grand Duchy by means of commissioning and performing works at home and abroad, juxtaposing them with the classical chamber-music repertoire. The four composers brought together on this recording are all closely linked to Luxembourg. These five pieces - all written by Luxembourgeois composers within the past decade - draw on the flexible forces of Kammerata Luxembourg to generate a kaleidoscopic range of colors and textures. Though the music is unapologetically modernist in style, it is presented in instrumental combinations remarkable for their delicacy and gentle contours - in the aural equivalent of a walk through autumn woods.