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Magdalenić, Miroslav: Heritage

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Th e composer said the following about his opus:
“I draw inspiration from my environment. While working, an idea turns into an emotion for which I try to fi nd an appropriate musical form... I envision the progression and the perspective of the Croatian musical works in the synthesis of our singular and archaic folk music with contemporary music composition techniques. We do not need the imported schemes and formulas, and especially not the structures of dodecaphonic series, because this constructionistic approach holds us aloof from our spiritual temper filled with humaneness and expressiveness. Our avant–gardism should come from knowledge of folk music as it was characteristic for the opuses of the late Josip Štolcer Slavenski or Béla Bartók and Zoltán Kodály in Hungary. Th ose three have proved by their opus that small nations can establish themselves in the big world through their music.”
Th e selection of compositions on this CD is a show–piece of samples of works by Miroslav Magdalenić, ranging from solo songs and chamber music for the strings to symphonies. It covers a wide period of his creative opus, from works written in youth to those written in maturity.
Jagoda Martinčević

Cantus d.o.o., 2009. 
989 052 08562

  From Međimurje, for voice and piano  Neven Belamarić, bass | Mladen Raukar, piano 
based on the poetry of Gustav Krklec  Death of a Girl, for mezzo–soprano and piano  Neda Martić, mezzo-soprano | Đorđe Stanetti, piano 
  Blindman’s for string quartet  Pro Arte String Quartet 
  String Quartet  Zagreb Quartet 
  Symphonic Dance  Th e Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra | Igor Gjadrov, conductor 
  Symphonic Dance No. 2  Th e Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra | Nikša Bareza. conductor 
  Prelude to a Gay Game  Th e Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra | Igor Kuljerić, conductor 
  Symphony No. 1 in F minor  Th e Croatian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra | Mladen Tarbuk, conductor