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2017-09-11

Allanpriset 2017 tilldelas ”The Allan Pettersson Project”
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för det hängivna engagemanget, och den enorma arbetsinsats som lagts ner för att dokumentera och sprida Allan Petterssons musik över världen genom konserter, postuma uruppföranden och inspelningar.
”The Allan Petterson Project” är ett samarbete mellan Norrköpings Symfoniorkester, dirigenten Christian Lindberg och BIS Records med slutmålet att samla Allan Petterssons samtliga symfonier i en CD-box, och att presentera den sjunde symfonin under en Europaturné 2018.

Det nyinstiftade Allanpriset delas ut den 21 september i de Geerhallen i Norrköping, i samband med framförandet av Allan Petterssons Violinkonsert nr. 2, med Ulf Wallin som solist och Christian Lindberg på pulten.

Sällskapets styrelse hälsar alla välkomna till Norrköping.
För den som vill vara med så samlas vi före konserten på Matbaren Pappa Grappa på Rådstugugatan 28  kl. 17.00.
Anmäl dig till krokskar@telia.com om du vill följa med så bokar vi bord.

PETTERSSONS 6:A – BALETT I TYSKLAND
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Productions of the 2016/2017 season

Men and Women (2017)
Choreography: Antoine Jully, music: 6. Sinfonie, Allan Petterson
12 dancers, Oldenburgische Staatsorchester, stage 16 x 10,40 m, approx. 70 min

SENASTE CD FRÅN BIS

Allan Pettersson - Symphony No.14

Allan Pettersson – Symphony No.14

Composer Allan Pettersson
Performer Christian Lindberg, conductor
Period Modern
Catalogue Number BIS-2230 SACD
EAN 7318599922300
Format SACD Hybrid + bonus DVD
Release date Feb 2017
Total time 52’38

 

2 discs for the price of 1

In their series of Allan Pettersson’s symphonies, Christian Lindberg and the Norrköping Symphony Orchestra have arrived at the Fourteenth Symphony, completed in 1978 and given its first performance in 1981, one year after the death of the composer. As several of its predecessors, No. 14 is in one extended movement and is scored for large forces, including an expanded percussion section. But there are also important traits that set it apart. Pettersson, who had studied twelve-tone composition for
René Leibovitz in the early 1950’s, never adopted the technique fully but in the present work the traces are more evident than in his other symphonies: the opening few bars contain all of the notes of the chromatic scale, and throughout the work Pettersson makes extensive use of compositional techniques associated with twelve-tone music. In several earlier works, Pettersson had alluded to his song cycle ‘Barefoot Songs’, but in the present symphony he quotes himself extensively – the melody of Klokar och knythänder (Wise Men and Clenched Hands) appears no less than five times in its entirety and becomes crucial to the structure of the symphony. The present disc is the sixth instalment in a series that has received distinctions such as Empfehlung (klassik-heute.de), Clef d’or 2011 (ResMusica.com), isco excepcional (Scherzo) and Critics’ Choice (Gramophone). Included with the new recording is a bonus DVD containing a film produced by Swedish Television after the death of the composer. In the course of the film, here provided with English subtitles, we meet the composer himself, members of his family, colleagues from his time as an orchestral player and musicians such as the violinist Ida Haendel.

SENASTE CD FRÅN Ola Sandström och Mikael Karlsson

”Sandström sjunger så tonerna brister och varje ord stiger fram.” – Bengt Eriksson, Kristianstadsbladet

”Här formar stillsamma och avskalade ljudlandskap bakgrunden som sedan Ola Sandströms berättande och nästan pastorala men enkla röst leder runt lyssnaren i.” – Mette Carlbom, LIRA

”Perfekt sommarlyssning i stunder då man kanske känner sig tvingad till lycka bara för att solen skiner.” – Johan Korssell, CD-revyn