Time & Eternity

Time & Eternity

Camerata Bern

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Tracklist

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  • Kol Nidre (Cantor)

    Henri Mugier, Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    0:31

  • Kol Nidre

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    5:52

  • Anonymous
  • Elijahu Hanawi

    Beata Würsten, Sarah Würsten, Monika Würsten, Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    0:59

  • I. Introduction (Largo)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    1:30

  • II. Adagio

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    6:51

  • III. Allegro di molto

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    8:43

  • IV. Choral

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    4:10

  • N. N. Ikonnikow
  • Unsterbliche Opfer (Arr. for String Orchestra and Accordion) - War Cadenza (Improvisation)

    Camerata Bern

    4:21

  • Anonymous
  • Boze Ojcze, przebaczenie jest wielkim darem

    Wojciech Maruszewski, Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    0:45

  • Dwa serduszka

    Wieslaw Pipczynski, Beata Würsten, Sarah Würsten, Monika Würsten, Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    2:12

  • Messe de Nostre Dame: Kyrie (Transcription for String Orchestra)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    3:38

  • F. Martin: Polyptyque: 6 images de la Passion du Christ
  • Polyptyque for Violin and Two Small String Orchestras: I. Image des Rameaux

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    3:53

  • Johannes-Passion, BWV 245: Choral "Ach großer König" (Transcription for String Orchestra)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    0:46

  • F. Martin: Polyptyque: 6 images de la Passion du Christ
  • Polyptyque for Violin and Two Small String Orchestras: II. Image de la Chambre haute

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    5:56

  • Choral "Als Jesus Christus in der Nacht", BWV 265 (Transcription for String Orchestra)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    1:24

  • F. Martin: Polyptyque: 6 images de la Passion du Christ
  • Polyptyque for Violin and Two Small String Orchestras: III. Image de Juda

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    2:01

  • Johannes-Passion, BWV 245: Choral "Durch dein Gefängnis" (Transcription for String Orchestra)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    1:01

  • F. Martin: Polyptyque: 6 images de la Passion du Christ
  • Polyptyque for Violin and Two Small String Orchestras: IV. Image de Géthsémané

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    4:04

  • Johannes-Passion, BWV 245: Choral "Wer hat dich so geschlagen" (Transcription for String Orchestra)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    0:59

  • F. Martin: Polyptyque: 6 images de la Passion du Christ
  • Polyptyque for Violin and Two Small String Orchestras: V. Image du Jugement

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    3:54

  • Crux for Violin, Timpani and Bells

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    6:31

  • F. Martin: Polyptyque: 6 images de la Passion du Christ
  • Polyptyque for Violin and Two Small String Orchestras: VI. Image de la Glorification

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    4:04

  • Anonymous
  • Christus ist auferstanden

    Ioan Ciurin, Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    0:26

  • Johannes-Passion, BWV 245: Choral "O große Lieb" (Transcription for String Orchestra)

    Camerata Bern, Patricia Kopatchinskaja

    2:17

  • Total playing time

    1:16:58

Album review

“With a title like Time & Eternity and graphics featuring the disembodied head of violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja, you know you're in for an ambitious program. Kopatchinskaja's albums have been getting increasingly experimental as her career has developed, and this one is at no time boring, whatever you may think of the overall concept. Sample Crux, by Lubos Fiser, for violin, timpani, and bells, with the timpani pounding away as a kind of avatar of dread. This said the structure of the program is not quite as unconventional as it may at first appear to be. It's organized around two central works: the Concerto funebre of anti-Nazi composer Karl Amadeus Hartmann, and the Polyptyque for violin and two small string orchestras of Frank Martin; the latter work is interspersed with chorales from Bach's Johannes-Passion, BWV 245. Elsewhere, there are shorter works that all contribute to the album's existential themes in one way or another. Some are for violin, but there are also vocal pieces, including short invocations from representatives of three different faith traditions, and the interplay between these voices and the "voice" of the violin adds another layer of interest. Consider also the fine sound engineering from Alpha, executed at a Swiss Radio and Television studio; everything's edgy, contributing to the fearfully modern spiritual landscape. Highly recommended.”

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Record label

Credits

    Released

    13 September 2019

    Producer

    Peter Laenger

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