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Aldo Clementi - Works With Flutes (2010)

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Aldo Clementi - Works With Flutes (2010)

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1.Fantasia su roBErto FABbriCiAni (1980-81)   (17:21)
Version for flute & tape
Tape realized by Mauro Graziani at CSC dell’Università di Padova

2.Ouverture (1984)   (7:07) 
For 12 flutes (4 piccolos, 4 flutes in C, 4 alto flutes)

3.Passacaglia (1988)   (11:50) 
For flute & recorded flute
Tape realized at Centro Tempo Reale, Florence

4.luCiAno BErio (1995)   (3:54) 
Version for flutes

5.Parafrasi 2 (2004)   (10:25) 
For alto flute & tape
Tape realized by Alvise Vidolin

Roberto Fabbriciani, flutes
Alvise Vidolin, electronics


The release of this CD celebrates Aldo Clementi’s 75th birthday in 2010. Clementi is one of the remaining living composers of the Italian avant-garde generation, which included Berio, Nono and Maderna.

Clementi’s works for flute (including works for multiple flutes and flute with tape) are performed by one of his long-time collaborators, Roberto Fabbriciani – some of these works were written for or dedicated to him. Many of these works utilize Clementi’s signature explorations of the cannon form, and acoustic illusions inspired by his fascination with the optical illusions in absurd spaces created by M.C. Escher. Tape parts have been restored with greater detail and spatial effect by Alvise Vidolin. --- moderecords.com


Born in 1925, Aldo Clementi is the last surviving member of the generation of Italian composers that also included Berio, Maderna, Donatoni and Castiglioni, all of whom created their own distinctive perspectives on postwar serialism and its consequences. Clementi's personal way out of the serialist impasse was through canon and counterpoint, creating his sometimes luxuriantly rich textures by superimposing instrumental layer upon layer, whether with just live performers or using electronics. So although this disc of Clementi's works for flute features only one player, the great Italian flautist Roberto Fabbriciani, for whom they were all written, with Alvise Vidolin supervising the electronics, the music never runs the risk of monotony. The two longest pieces here, Fantasia su roBErto FABbriCiAni, and Parafrasi 2, set the solo flute (or alto flute in the case of Parafrasi) against a prerecorded tape, while Passacaglia pits Fabbriciani against a recorded version of himself. In Ouverture, that process goes much farther; it's a work for 12 flutes (quartets of piccolos, flutes in C and alto flutes) that can be performed live by 12 instrumentalists or, as here, by multi-tracking just a single player to create the wonderfully dappled textures, with their meshing lines and myriad voices. --- Andrew Clements, theguardian.com

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