Roberto Fabbriciani: Alchemies

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Published on Nov 08, 2019 at 12:11 am

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Composer:
Roberto Fabbriciani
Artists: Roberto Fabbriciani (flutes)

The four elements, regarded by ancient cultures as vital to the development of humanity, have long been interpreted as components of life and death, effectively encapsulating transformative cycles through their continual promotion of balance and imbalance. Written between 2000 and 2004, and entitled according to the terminology of the Renaissance scientist Paracelsus (Mercury: Water; Salt: Earth; Sulphur: Air; The imponderable: Fire), Roberto Fabbriciani’s Alchemies offers an evocative take on these universal components, focusing intently on timbre and its possibilities in both acoustic and electronic environments in order to achieve a continuously shifting palette of sound.

Fabbriciani uses different models of the flute, each combined with tape, to create his soundscape – in Mercury, for example, the deep sound of the hyperbass flute suggests marine depths and submerged universes with a plethora of mysterious creatures, in harmony with the ancient concept of water as an element capable of mixing with all things due to its essential fluidity. The release – Fabbriciani’s first for Brilliant Classics – is a pioneering experiment in technique meets ancient concept; as one of today’s leading flautists, Fabbriciani has honed his skills through collaborating with many major composers of the past 50 years – Luciano Berio, Elliott Carter and Brian Ferneyhough, among others.
“Whatever he [Fabbriciani] plays is always in the best way.” John Cage (1989)

Other information:
- Recorded in 2011, Studio Neri, Montevarchi, Arezzo, Italy.
- A new recording by composer and performer Roberto Fabbriziani, one of the foremost and famous ‘flute artists’ in the world, having collaborated with Elliot Carter, Luciano Berio, Brian Ferneyhough and John Cage, icons of the 20th century avant-garde.
- Fabrizziani combines acoustic with electronical music, playing several flutes of different sizes, from coloratura to hyperbass.
- An alchemy of unheard-of sounds, timbres and textures: truly fascinating for the open mind and open ear!
- Contains English and Italian notes on the music and its composer.

Tracklist:
00:00:00 Roberto Fabbriciani: Alchemies: Mercury for Hyperbass Flute and Tape
00:09:28 Roberto Fabbriciani: Alchemies: Salt for Flute and Tape
00:21:02 Roberto Fabbriciani: Alchemies: Sulphur for Flute and Tape
00:36:28 Roberto Fabbriciani: Alchemies: The Imponderable for Coloratura Flute, Hyperbass Flute and Tape

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