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Ludovico Einaudi - Elements (2015)

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1 	Petricor 	
2 	Night 	
3 	Drop 	
4 	Four Dimensions 	
5 	Elements 	
6 	Whirling Winds 	
7 	Twice 	
8 	ABC 	
9 	Numbers 	
10 	Mountain 	
11 	Logos 	
12 	Song For Gavin
13	Drop Variations
14	Elements Variations
15	Twice variations

Amsterdam Sinfonietta 	Orchestra
Francesco Arcuri 	Kalimba
Antonio Caggiano 	Crotale
Richard De Vaardt 	Bells
Marco Decimo 	Cello
Mauro Durante 	Daf, Riqq, Tamburello, Violin
Ludovico Einaudi 	Composer, Electric Organ, Fender Rhodes, Guitars, Loops, Piano, Sample Programming
Antonino Errera 	Crotale, Drums (Bass), Glockenspiel, Marimba, Triangle, Vibraphone, Waterphone
Alberto Fabris 		Bass (Electric), Producer, Synthesizer Bass
Paolo Giudici 	Sound Effects
Redi Hasa 	Cello
Daniel Hope 	Violin
Robert Lippok 	Electronics
Federico Mecozzi 	Viola, Violin
Parco della Musica Contemporanea Ensemble 	Ensemble
Mauro Refosco 	Cabasa, Calebasse, Floor Tom, Marimba, Percussion, Shaker, Talking Drum, Wood Block, Zabumba
Fulvia Ricevuto 	Vibraphone
Gianluca Ruggeri 	Vibraphone 

 

When you hear an album was inspired by the likes of the periodic table, Euclid’s geometry, Kandinsky’s writings and the matter of sound and colour, you get a sneaking suspicion that it might be just a little bit special.

And never one to disappoint, Elements is as breathtakingly beautiful and poignantly polarised as one would expect from one of this generation’s finest classical talents. While much of Ludovico Einaudi’s piano-heavy back catalogue is known by many from Shane Meadow’s This is England franchise, his more experimental material receives little exposure in comparison. An ever-growing presence in more recent releases, the Italian maestro continues his movement into the sphere of electronica with his latest 12-track offering – and with great effect.

Providing the perfect juxtaposition to the likes of the classically classical “ABC” and the all-enveloping opener “Petrichor”, tracks like “Numbers” show Einaudi’s other side, creating a tension that breeds a sense of depth and movement throughout. Nowhere is this more apparent than the emotive “Four Dimensions” – arguably one of the LP’s pinnacles – which is followed immediately by a bassline more suited to a certain Fleetwood Mac banger, forming the backbone of "Elements".

While these more electronic flourishes are to be admired in their own right, the tracks that really stand out are those the Italian composer is best known for. The likes of the ever-evolving “Drop” and strangely sinister “Mountains” show that Einaudi is very much still doing what he does best.

To say his music his cinematic is all too obvious and Einaudi’s ability to create intricate and emotive musical narratives is a rare gift to be admired. With album closer “Song for Gavin”, we see this side of Einaudi that so many know and love – his ability to write effortlessly poignant and heart-rending pieces of wholly immersive music with nothing more needed at his disposal than his trusty Steinway. --- Max Sanderson, thelineofbestfit.com

 

Ludovico Einaudi, kompozytor i pianista, którego wyjątkowy styl muzyczny jest ceniony na całym świecie prezentuje nowy album ‘Elements’, wydawany pod szyldem wytwórni Decca.

Album ‘Elements’ został nagrany we włoskim domu kompozytora i zawiera 12 utworów, w których przeplatają się fortepian, smyczki, perkusja, gitara i instrumenty elektroniczne, a inspiracją do jego powstania były elementy natury, teorie naukowe i matematyczne, formy muzyczne i dzieła sztuki.

Mówi Einaudi: “Dostrzegłem nowe obszary – znajdujące się na krawędzi tego, co wiem i czego nie wiem – które od dawna chciałem wykorzystać twórczo: mity o stworzeniu, układ okresowy pierwiastków, geometria Euklidesa, pisma Kandinskiego, natura dźwięku i barwy, pędy dzikich traw na łące, różnorodne krajobrazy. Przez dłuższy czas chodziłem mając w głowie mętlik obrazów, myśli i uczuć. W pewnym momencie wszystko stopniowo znalazło swoje miejsce, jakby wszystkie te elementy były częściami jednego świata, a ja wraz nimi.”

Einaudi zebrał grupę utalentowanych muzyków, “zespół Ludovica”, którzy wraz z nim dokonali nagrań. Są wśród nich Francesco Arcuri, Marco Decimo, Mauro Durante, Alberto Fabris, Federico Mecozzi oraz Redi Hasa. W nagraniach wziął także udział holenderski zespół smyczkowy Amsterdam Sinfonietta, pochodzący z Berlina muzyk grający na elektronicznych instrumentach - Robert Lippok, a także perkusiści z Parco della Musica w Rzymie, brazylijski perkusista Mauro Refosco i słynny skrzypek Daniel Hope, który występuje w pierwszym utworze, Petricor. ---universalmusic.pl

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