Arranger, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Violin. Arlette Lemieux-Chené. Liner Note Translation.
Violin, Liner Notes – Peter Herresthal. Track 1 recorded 2000-11-13 at the Stavanger Concert Hall, Norway.
Album · 2001 · 9 Songs. Nordheim: Complete Violin Music Peter Herresthal.
Arne Nordheim (1931-2010). Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (1996) - Duplex for violin and cello (1991/1999) - Partita für Paul (1985) Partita for violin and electronics inspired by Paul Klee's pictures. Performers: Peter Herresthal, violin Stavanger Symphony Orchestra conducted by Eivind Aadland () Øystein Sonstad, cello (-) Mats Claesson, electronics (-). EAC Log. Exact Audio Copy V. from 2. September 2016. EAC extraction logfile from 2. June 2018, 1:57. Peter Herresthal, Nordheim - Complete Violin Music
Arne Nordheim: Complete Violin Music (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. Peter Herresthal Violin, Stavanger Symphony Orchestra Orchestra, Eivind Aadland Conductor. Arne Nordheim Composer. Duplex for violin & cello Work. Peter Herresthal Violin.
A Study Dedicated to Arne Nordheim" is the title of a track on Hemmelig Tempo's album Who Put John Cage on the Guestlist? (2010). Peter Herresthal, Arne Nordheim - Complete Violin Music (2001). Ketil Hvoslef, Soon-Mi Chung, Stephan Barratt-Due, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Duodu - Duoer for fiolin og Bratsj, Soon-Mi Chung og Stephan Barratt-Due (1994). The Norwegian String Quartet, Terje Tønnesen, Nordheim ; Hallgrimsson (1990).
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Arne Nordheim was the pioneer of electronic music in Norway and celebrated his 70th birthday last year. He is decently represented in the catalogue; two of the works on this CD, Duplex for violin and viola (1991) and Partita für Paul (1985) have already been recorded. The Paul of the latter, incidentally, is Klee, five of whose paintings inspire these short pieces. Duplex is a 1999 revision of an earlier score for violin and cello. The main piece is the Violin Concerto of 1996 written for (and expertly played by) Peter Herresthal, who displays much virtuosity throughout. Nordheim is an eclectic with a sophisticated aural imagination and a lively musical intelligence. But the Concerto itself is more arresting than satisfying: there is some beauty of incident and some striking sonorities but the whole does not constitute the sum of the parts.