Dark Fire

Joachim Eijlander

TTK 0056

Philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) described the encounter between the organised philosophical world of the ancient Greek and the mystical, abstruse world of the East as a dark fire. This would have caused the enlightenment in Greek poetry. It’s unclear what Heidegger really thought about it, but I found the mental image of a dark fire lit by this chance meeting beautiful and highly inspiring. For Heidegger, this was mainly about the East and West, but to me it’s about an encounter with the realms of other people’s experience, principally those of musicians. When two energies meet for the first time and are fully open to the experience, a new mirror image of themselves they have never seen before will arise.

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Philosopher Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) described the encounter between the organised philosophical world of the ancient Greek and the mystical, abstruse world of the East as a dark fire. This would have caused the enlightenment in Greek poetry. It’s unclear what Heidegger really thought about it, but I found the mental image of a dark fire lit by this chance meeting beautiful and highly inspiring. For Heidegger, this was mainly about the East and West, but to me it’s about an encounter with the realms of other people’s experience, principally those of musicians. When two energies meet for the first time and are fully open to the experience, a new mirror image of themselves they have never seen before will arise.

Tracklist

  1. Partita for solo cello, Op. 31: I. Lento Ahmed Adnan Saygun 3:42
  2. Partita for solo cello, Op. 31: II. Vivo Ahmed Adnan Saygun 2:05
  3. Partita for solo cello, Op. 31: III. Adagio Ahmed Adnan Saygun 5:53
  4. Partita for solo cello, Op. 31: IV. Allegretto Ahmed Adnan Saygun 3:32
  5. Partita for solo cello, Op. 31: V. Allegro moderato Ahmed Adnan Saygun 3:14
  6. Sarı Gelin Anonymous 3:50
  7. Hiçliğe Yolculuk Anonymous 7:10
  8. Suite for cello solo: I. Preludio-fantasia Gaspar Cassadó 5:59
  9. Suite for cello solo: II. Sardana (danza) Gaspar Cassadó 4:50
  10. Suite for cello solo: III. Intermezzo e danza finale Gaspar Cassadó 5:55
  11. Requiebros Gaspar Cassadó 5:24
  12. Lamento de Boabdil Gaspar Cassadó 3:46
  13. Toccata for cello solo Sulkhan Tsintsadze 2:56
  14. 5 Pieces on Folk Themes: I. Villain's Song on a Carriage Sulkhan Tsintsadze 5:27
  15. 5 Pieces on Folk Themes: II. Tchonguri Sulkhan Tsintsadze 1:37
  16. 5 Pieces on Folk Themes: III. Sachidao Sulkhan Tsintsadze 2:46
  17. 5 Pieces on Folk Themes: IV. Nana Sulkhan Tsintsadze 3:33
  18. 5 Pieces on Folk Themes: V. Dance Tune Sulkhan Tsintsadze 2:48

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Artist(s)

Helena Basilova
Izhar Elias
Joachim Eijlander
Kadir Sonuk
Vincent van Amsterdam

Composer(s)

Ahmed Adnan Saygun
Anonymous
Gaspar Cassadó
Sulkhan Tsintsadze

Genre(s)

Classical – Romantic (1830 – 1920)
Classical – Contemporary (> 1920)
World – Middle East

Label

TRPTK

Recording resolution

PCM 352.8 kHz 32 bits

Recording location

Westvest90 Church
Schiedam, The Netherlands

Recording engineer

Brendon Heinst

Mastering engineer

Brendon Heinst

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