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Dutilleux: Métaboles - L'arbre des songes - Symphony No. 2, Le double

Augustin Hadelich, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Ludovic Morlot

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Grammy Award - Best Classical Instrumental Solo, 2016 - L'arbre des songes
Grammy nomination - Best Orchestral Performance, 2015
Grammy nomination - Best Engineered Album, Classical, 2015

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Métaboles  
1
I. Incantatoire
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
3:19
2
II. Lineaire
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
2:48
3
III. Obsessionel
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
3:30
4
IV. Torpide
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
2:47
5
V. Flamboyant
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
4:54
Violin Concerto, L'arbre des songes  
6
I. Librement - Interlude
Henri Dutilleux; Augustin Hadelich; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
7:22
7
II. Vif - Interlude 2
Henri Dutilleux; Augustin Hadelich; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
4:03
8
III. Lent - Interlude 3
Henri Dutilleux; Augustin Hadelich; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
8:03
9
IV. Large et Animé
Henri Dutilleux; Augustin Hadelich; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
5:50
Symphony No. 2, Le double  
10
I. Animato, ma misterioso
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
8:24
11
II. Andantino sostenuto
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
9:16
12
III. Allegro fuocoso - Calmato
Henri Dutilleux; Seattle Symphony Orchestra; Ludovic Morlot
12:45
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    73:01
"Four Stars ... (the highlight) is undoubtedly the violin playing of Augustin Hadelich ... warm recording ... again Ludovic Morlot draws excellent playing from the orchestra ..."
- BBC Music Magazine

"Editor's Choice ... (Morlot) opts for a woolier and more pliant (for which don't read softcore) mode of attack. Intuition tells me that Dutilleux would have gravitated towards (this) approach ... veins of orchestra perspective are opened up ... Morlot evokes the thrill of ears discovering orchestral vistas and architecture in the moment."
- Gramophone

Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra present this Grammy-winning second volume of orchestral works by Henri Dutilleux, part of a three album, multi-year recording project. The first installment was praised by the international music press and earned three Grammy nominations, as did this release. Morlot and the orchestra continue their distinctive survey of the French composer’s orchestral output, featuring a studio recording of the violin concerto L’arbre des songes with violinist Augustin Hadelich as well as electrifying live performances of the Symphony No. 2 and Métaboles.

"The orchestra has been on a journey through Dutilleux’s music ... and in my view has developed a very intrinsic understanding of this incredible body of work ... I think Dutilleux would have taken great pride in the fact that his music is being played so often in Seattle and with such dedication."
- Ludovic Morlot
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Seattle Symphony Media Studio Masters

Recorded in the S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, Washington. Métaboles was recorded live in concert on September 25, 27 and 28, 2014. L’arbre des songes was recorded on November 4 and 7, 2014. Symphony No. 2, Le double was recorded live in concert on June 5 and 7, 2014.

Produced and engineered by Dmitriy Lipay
Edited by Alexander Lipay and Dmitriy Lipay
Executive producer: Simon Woods
Art direction and design: Jessica Forsythe
Métaboles © Heugel & Cie, 1964
L’arbre des songes © Schott Music, 1985
Symphony No. 2, Le double © Heugel & Cie, 1959

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