Lotichius: Symfonietta, Piano Concertos, Native American Poetry

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Composer: Erik Lotichius
Artists: Prima La Musica, Dirk Vermeulen (conductor), Michelle Mallinger (mezzo soprano)
Erik Lotichius was born in 1929 and studied piano and composition at the Amsterdam Conservatory. A thorough knowledge of the music of J.S. Bach, and his attendance at the 1948 European premiere of the Concerto for Orchestra by Bartók given by the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, shaped his early language. After numerous attempts to compose in a similar style to Bartók, he produced his First Symphony in 1956. Unhappy with his compositions, and not attracted by the avant-garde, he turned to jazz and popular music, and the emergence of the New York minimalist school of Glass, Adams and Reich provided inspiration for the next phase of his compositional output.

This release includes the dance-inspired Symfonietta, the jazz-infused Second Piano Concerto and the Four Songs set to the strikingly simple, moving and beautiful poems by native Americans.
Tracklist:
00:00:00 Erik Lotichius: Symfonietta For Strings: I. Praeludium
00:03:45 Erik Lotichius: Symfonietta For Strings: II. Bluesfantasia
00:06:31 Erik Lotichius: Symfonietta For Strings: III. Zuniga
00:10:58 Erik Lotichius: Symfonietta For Strings: IV Tanganero
00:17:09 Erik Lotichius: Symfonietta For Strings: V Finale
00:22:15 Erik Lotichius: Piano concerto No.2 For Piano, Strings And 3 Saxophones: I Allegro Moderato
00:33:58 Erik Lotichius: Piano concerto No.2 For Piano, Strings And 3 Saxophones: II Andante Con Moto
00:38:26 Erik Lotichius: Piano concerto No.2 For Piano, Strings And 3 Saxophones: III Poco Allegro
00:43:28 Erik Lotichius: Four Songs On Native American Poetryfor Mezzo-Soprano & Orchestra: I With Rejoicing Mouth
00:48:02 Erik Lotichius: Four Songs On Native American Poetryfor Mezzo-Soprano & Orchestra: II The Arrival Of The Whites
00:53:07 Erik Lotichius: Four Songs On Native American Poetryfor Mezzo-Soprano & Orchestra: III On The Death Of Atahualpa
00:57:38 Erik Lotichius: Four Songs On Native American Poetryfor Mezzo-Soprano & Orchestra: IV Lord, Most Generous

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