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    Duo Aeternica
    Nocturne

    The program on this record is put together with the ambition to present beautiful
    music from 19th and 20th century that also will widen the repertoire for clarinet
    and piano. The main part of the music are transcriptions carefully adapted to be
    played on the clarinet. All piano parts are original.

    We have chosen pieces that in many ways have the same musical language
    throughout the CD. That means the listener can listen to recording like to a whole
    symphony, where the tonal language is the same, still the music presents many
    different tempi, dynamics and expressions.

    Three composers are female and three are male and the length of the music of
    those two categories are equally disposed at this CD.

    Some notes are put together,
    a rhythm,
    a fabric of sound
    and something opens in me

    a picture is painted – colours in combination
    and the door is opened
    It is like a light strip into darkness

    Csar Franck (1822–1890) Belgian-French composer and organist.

    Gabriel Faur?(1845–1924) French composer.

    Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979) French music teacher, composer and conductor, sister
    of Lili Boulanger.

    Lili Boulanger (1893–1918) French composer, sister and student of Nadia Boulanger.

    Germaine Tailleferre (1892–1983) French composer.

    Nino Rota (1911–1979) Italian composer


    There is not just one tune
    not just one form or phrase

    The artistic language is a resistance movement
    against simplifications

    The art offers all shapes and colours and phrases
    like man
    mysterious
    changeable
    greater than anyone can understand

    Kjell Fagus, former principal clarinet at the Royal Opera Orchestra in Stockholm,
    is a versatile
    musician performing chamber music with Sweden’s leading musicians and also appearing as a soloist.

    He was educated at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm and at the Juilliard School of Music in New York.
    Fagus’s
    career has brought him to many countries, he has also presented hundreds of seminars and courses in Artistic Mental Training, recorded CD:s and taken part in radio
    productions.

    He is the
    author of the book “Musikaliskt flde” (Musical Flow), a book on Artistic Mental Training.

    Love Derwinger has given recitals throughout Europe, USA, Canada, Japan, Middle East and South America, and has appeared as soloist with many major orchestras.

    He has made over forty recordings on the labels BIS, CPO, Arte
    Verum and others, including his critically acclaimed performances of the original version of the Grieg Piano Concerto, Max Reger`s Piano Concerto and Wilhelm Stenhammars first Piano Concerto.

    Derwinger is also active as a writer and his first book ”Goodnight” (Dialoger, 2010) was highly appreciated by the press.

    His latest book ”The Lecture – An Anachronistic Interview with Bach” (Dialoger, 2014) has been presented as a live performance around the country (Sweden) by the author himself.

    Duo Aeternica. Fagus and Derwinger have been working together 25 years with concerts and seminars as a duo and in larger ensembles.
    The name comes from the idea that we as musical performers for a short while steps into the flow of the eternal world and power of music. Music is created in the moment and in playing together timing is crucial.

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