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Ciaccona: The Bass of Time
Robyn Bollinger, Bach, Biber
Ciaccona: The Bass of Time
Genre: Classical
 
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In her solo debut CD, violinist Robyn Bollinger traces the development of the ciaccona form through solo violin music.This daring program demonstrates the evolution of one of the oldest musical ideas, the ciaccona, across ...  more »

      
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All Artists: Robyn Bollinger, Bach, Biber, Bartok, Berio, Not Applicable
Title: Ciaccona: The Bass of Time
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Crier Records
Release Date: 11/3/2017
Genre: Classical
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Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 867458000057

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In her solo debut CD, violinist Robyn Bollinger traces the development of the ciaccona form through solo violin music.This daring program demonstrates the evolution of one of the oldest musical ideas, the ciaccona, across three centuries of solo violin music. Violinist Robyn Bollinger takes on this challenge in her debut recording, the music of her multimedia recital program, CIACCONA: The Bass of Time. From the seminal Passacaglia of Biber and the storied Ciaccona of Bach to the ground-breaking Solo Sonata of Bartok and the explosive Sequenza VII of Berio, this program explores the development of this musical form from simplicity to complexity, and it offers a deep perspective on the relationships of these four remarkable composers across the ages. This recording represents the culmination of Bollinger's prestigious Fellowship with the Leonore Annenberg Arts Fellowship Fund. Recorded at the Shalin Liu Performing Arts Center, Rockport, MA.American violinist Robyn Bollinger is a rising young talent - hear why the prestigious Leonore Annenberg Arts Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts selected this bright artist as a Fellow.A must-hear album for fans of the violin who want to know about up and coming talent in the field.A bold program featuring works by four composers - - Biber, Bach, Bartok and Berios -spanning three centuries and demonstrating the connection between their works and the evolution of the ciaccona, the repeating bass line.