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This edition also features the recordings of three premieres by three female authors, their feedback on the interpretations and post-concert reflections from some of the interpreters. One might say that the three female composers whose music was featured on the concert held on 15 October 2019 at the Blagoje Bersa Concert Hall, on the occasion of their 40th birthday, and released on this CD – Tena Ivana Borić, Viktorija Čop and Ivana Kiš – do not share many common denominators apart from the year of birth. The three composers belong to different branches of the Zagreb Composing School and to a group that did not have to face the existential artistic issues of the preceding generation. Building on the foundations already laid by the three composition classes of the Zagreb Academy, each of them was shaped as an author by the later educational, musical and personal paths they chose, improved by collaborations they forged and embellished by the artistic ambiance and the worlds they immersed themselves in or went to.
(Karolina Rugle)

Croatian Composers’ Society, Cantus Ltd, 2021.



Tena Ivana Borić  Playtime, for wind quintet  Cantus Ensemble Wind Quintet 
Tena Ivana Borić  Dreaming, for soprano, clarinet and piano  Marija Lešaja, soprano | Bruno Philipp, clarinet | Srebrenka Poljak, piano 
Tena Ivana Borić  A-D-H-D, for clarinet solo  Bruno Philipp, clarinet 
Viktorija Čop  Taba, for flute, clarinet, violin, viola, voloncello, piano, harp and percusson  Cantus Ensemble | Berislav Šipuš, conductor 
Viktorija Čop  Tabata, for oboe, percusson and ensemble  Cantus Ensemble | Berislav Šipuš, conductor | Branko Mihanović, oboe | Marko Mihajlović & Hrvoje Sekovanić, percussion 
Ivana Kiš  Unreparable 7-minute study (about the possibility of not getting to the right place in the righ time), for ensemble  Cantus Ensemble | Berislav Šipuš, conductor 
Ivana Kiš  Lamentation (is when grief pours out), for ensemble  Cantus Ensemble | Berislav Šipuš, conductor