- Camille Kerger - Lieder des Herbstes
- Marcel Reuter - Mezza Voce
- Marcel Reuter - No Hue of Afternoon
- Georges Lentz - Nguurraa from 'Mysterium' ("Caeli enarrant..." VII)
- Markus Brönnimann - El canto quiere ser luz
Echoes of Autumn and Light
Published by Toccata Next.
Release on March 19, 2021
Available for pre-order at:
Toccata Next (also high-quality audio formats)
Camille Kerger (*1957)
Lieder des Herbstes (2014)
Marcel Reuter (*1973)
Mezza Voce (2018)
No Hue of Afternoon (2011)
Georges Lentz (*1965)
Nguurraa from ‘Mysterium’ (“Caeli enarrant…” VII) (2000-2020)
Markus Brönnimann (*1968)
El canto quiere ser luz (2020)
New music around the theme of light, sometimes bright and dazzling, sometimes subdued and dark, that of autumn with its bright colours and joys, behind which lie decline and sadness. Delicate sounds and rich harmonies, as well as an intensive dialogue between the interpreters of the different scores.
Our new CD is certainly a “document” bringing together five works by four composers who all have an intense relationship with our country, and which will allow an international audience to discover – so to speak – a Luxembourg heritage.
Since the new millennium the commissioning of works has played a growing role in the line of action of the Kammerata, which by this means intends to promote musical creation. In the past, the ensemble has commissioned works from Alexandre Mullenbach, Camille Kerger, Marcel Reuter, Tatjana Zelianko, Alejandro Castanos and others.
For our recording project in 2020 we have commissioned Markus Brönnimann, who has been living and working in the Grand Duchy since 1998 (principal flutist at the OPL).
Béatrice Rauchs, piano
Mariette Lentz, voice
Chanel Perdichizzi, harp
Haoxing Liang & Sandrine Cantoreggi, violin
Sophie Urhausen, viola
Ilia Laporev & Nora Braun, cello
Jeannot Sanavia, double bass
Markus Brönnimann, flute
Sébastien Duguet & Max Mausen, clarinet & bass clarinet
Leo Halsdorf, horn
Victor Kraus, percussion
Camille Kerger, conductor
The works of Marcel Reuter, Camille Kerger and Markus Brönnimann are edited by Luxembourg Music Publishers.