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  • Compositeur: Richard Danielpour
  • CD (13 mars 2014)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Naxos
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TitreArtiste Durée Prix
  1. Toward a Season of Peace: I. AnnunciationHila Plitmann 8:39Album uniquement
  2. Toward a Season of Peace: II. VisionHila Plitmann 6:40EUR 0,99  Acheter le titre 
  3. Toward a Season of Peace: III. CelebrationPacific Chorale 3:27EUR 0,99  Acheter le titre 
  4. Toward a Season of Peace: IV. AtonementHila Plitmann 8:51Album uniquement
  5. Toward a Season of Peace: V. ConsecrationPacific Chorale 8:16Album uniquement
  6. Toward a Season of Peace: VI. ParableHila Plitmann 4:18EUR 0,99  Acheter le titre 
  7. Toward a Season of Peace: VII. ApotheosisHila Plitmann10:08Album uniquement

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One of the most sought-after and acclaimed composers of his generation, Richard Danielpour refers to himself as "an American composer with a Middle Eastern memory." His distinctive voice is part of a rich neo-Romantic heritage which includes composers such as Copland, Bernstein and Barber. Toward a Season of Peace is an oratorio which explores violence and war in the name of religion, using the season of spring as a metaphor for change and transformation toward songs of peace through forgiveness. Danielpour's insistence on music having "an immediate visceral impact" can be heard throughout his oeuvre, and the beautifully translated Persian poetry and rich spirit of harmony in Toward a Season of Peace make it symbolic of a brighter future for everyone.

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Par Yannick le 2 novembre 2014
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Une œuvre monumentale. Superbe et de grande envergure. Parfois fait penser aux planètes de Holst. C'est de la belle musique
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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Bernard le 28 mars 2014
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J'ai adoré cette cantate "toward a season of peace", l'orchestration, la musicalité, merci à Naxos de nous faire connaître cette musique, il n'est pas le seul à enregistrer du Danielpour, mais il est le seul a avoir un catalogue d'une pareille qualité et d'une pareile diversité.
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The Eternal Struggle, The Timeless Plea 2 avril 2014
Par Dr. Debra Jan Bibel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Despite the teachings of all religions on peace and the sin of murder, much death and destruction, including wars, have occurred over the centuries in the name of religion, and today in the 21st century, Shia are still killing Sunni, zealot Muslims are destroying Coptic and other Christian churches, the fundamentalist Taliban destroyed historic mountain-carved Buddhas, and some Burmese Buddhists have attacked Muslims. In Mali the shrines of mystic Islamic Sufis were attacked by radical Muslims, and anti-Semitism lurks everywhere. In this continuing atmosphere of intolerance, Richard Danielpour has composed an oratorio as a plea for peace among religions. His heritage is Persian Jewish, which provides an atypical perspective.

The pan-religious oratorio takes passages from the Old Testament, of Jeremiah, Isaiah, the Pslams, Song of Solomon, and Ecclesiastes, from the works of the Sufi Jalâluddhin Rumi, and of Arab mystics ibn-Arabi, and al-Mutanabbi. The Pacific Choral and soprano soloist Hila Plitmann sing in Hebrew, Arabic, English, and Farsi (translations are included in package notes). The seven sections begins with a lament of the suffering of disasters, of ephemeral life, but later also of the underlying spirituality and unity of the world. One poem transforms swords, spears, and battle flags into a tree's branches and leaves with the advent of spring, renewal. The oratorio closes with faith in love, the desire for the end of war, the acceptance of the various but equal paths to God, and the mystic vision itself. Musically, the composition flows with harmony and also sections of strong rhythm, of calmness and also of festive energy and brightness; Middle Eastern themes swirl. This is a beautiful and emotional choral work supported by the Pacific Symphony of Southern California. Danielpour observes, as all musicians and mystics, that music crosses borders, including our skin, entering deep into the very being of all peoples. During a Christmas truce of World War I, both sides of the killing fields paused to sing Silent Night in English and German. Music is a powerful force for peace and finding commonality. 51 minutes.
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Thought provoking and beautiful work form this wonderful composer 25 mars 2014
Par Daniel R. Coombs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Richard Danielpour communicates in a lovely, clear, tonal and often touching way through his music. His music also and often has a pan-cultural approach and he is a composer who is in touch with his own heritage, as an American born of Iranian parents. His experiences as translated through his music are also impacted by the year he spent in Iran, as a child, which he openly recalls as "unpleasant" Much like his "Darkness in the Ancient Valley", this expansive and beautiful oratorio, "Toward a Season of Peace" reflects on the sad irony that causes religion and a person's freedom to believe as they want to come into clash and result in war and tragedy. Even without the meaningful, thought provoking and sometimes breath-taking, heart stopping text with its sources in the Bible and Islamic poetry, this piece is a joy to listen to. It begins in an almost threatening way with percussion and brass sounding an undescribed assault but the tone shifts from anguish and fear to a restful acceptance as we hear the poetry of the mystic Rumi, penned by Danielpour, and sung beautifully by Richard's frequent collaborator, the amazing Hila Plitmann. There are so many highlights to this nearly hour long and beautiful work; among them the tender 'Consecration' after Isaiah and the pleading, writhing sounds of the 'Atonement' after Ecclesiastes, but sung in Aramaic. I think if I had to think about it; I favored the softer, tranquil sections of work over the more 'frantic' sections and there are moments that sound maybe a bit too directly "middle eastern" However, this is too much analysis. I am a big fan of Richard Danielpour's music. I find it all consistently interesting and wonderful in its ability to speak to almost any audience and he is one of those composers who is truly gifted at writing for a full chorus and orchestra; not an easy thing to do. This is by all accounts a moving, provocative piece of work that has moments of great beauty and leaves you feeling like you want to hear more. The Pacific Symphony and Chorale under their gifted conductor Carl St. Clair perform at their usual high quality. Many thanks to Naxos, incidentally, for having recorded this amazing group often; just an hour down the road from the powerful LA Philharmonic, this is a consistently wonderful orchestra I have heard live before. If you have never heard any of Richard Danielpour's music; I think this piece, or his Cello Concerto are great places to start!
Danielpour 2 avril 2014
Par Due Fuss - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Danielpour has never been a favorite composer of mine. This is more a question of taste and aesthetics than any judgment on his skills as a composer, which are quite strong. Here he presents a powerful oratorio on that seemingly unattainable goal, peace. I appreciate the sentiment. Danielpour has selected excellent and compelling texts, such as those by Rumi, as well as biblical texts in Aramaic. The music wide-ranging with turbulent outbursts, and more contemplative moments as well. The recording is excellent, as is the performance by the lovely Hila Piltmann. I'll have to listen to some of Danielpour's other music again.
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A modern masterwork 18 avril 2014
Par Digital Chips - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Richard Danielpour's "Towards a Season of Peace" is an ambitious work -- and one that succeeds in that ambition. Danielpour combines texts from Jewish, Christian and Persian (Arabic) sources in his oratorio for peace. By doing so, he shows the parallels and common ground between the three major religions -- Judaism, Christianity, and Muslim -- currently at war with each other in the Middle East.

Unlike Bernstein's "Requiem Mass," Danielpour never gets preachy. He lets the inherent beauty of the poetic texts, supported by his music, speak for itself. The work is tonal and quite easy to follow -- which I suspect was Danielpour's intention. This isn't an esoteric work for the cognoscente, but rather a work that can be heard and enjoyed by a much wider audience. If you enjoy "modern" composers such as Samuel Barber, Leonard Bernstein, Benjamin Britten, or Michael Tippett, then you should find much to like in Daneilpour's composition. Not that he sounds like any of those composers, but Danielpour seems to be coming from the same place.

In the liner notes Danielpour talks about reconnecting with his Persian musical heritage, and several parts of the score reflect that, adding a verve and excitement not found in works sticking to just Western traditions.

Hila Plitmann's in fine form, letting her clear soprano voice float lightly above the orchestra in her solos. The overall performance by the Pacific Chorale, Pacific Symphony and conductor Carl St. Clair benefit from their close working relationship with the composer. This may be a world-premier recording, but the ensemble performs it as if it were a work they had been playing for years.
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