21 Music : label digital ! Music Ahead !
21 Music is a newly created and exclusively digital record label. The recording industry market is evolving which means we have the urgent need to anticipate all the changes that are happening in the music business and to look ahead to the future. 21 Music is a flexible and open minded record label. 21 Music is available for both download and streaming anywhere in our digital planet.
Orchestre d'Auvergne Live
The Orchestre d’Auvergne is the first in France to launch its own digital label, 100% digital label, available on all digital download and streaming platforms around the world. While embracing this increasingly popular way of enjoying music, the orchestra seeks to develop and build on its long history of recordings for CD and other media.
The Orchestre d’Auvergne will offer in 2019 a selection of recordings of concerts recorded live at the Opera-Theatre in Clermont-Ferrand, or on tour, under the direction of Roberto Forés Veses, its musical director, with soloists such as Sergey Krylov, Robert Levin or Thomas Zehetmair. Music lovers can relive the emotion of the concert or discover these live performances.
The first release will be Beethoven 7th symphony Opus 92, recorded at Clermont-Ferrand Opera-Theatre on October 4 2018, with precisely the same sized orchestra that Beethoven would have used.
“In a connected world, we have to develop a strong digital presence and that is why we are creating this label, unique in France. To allow audiences around the world to discover this wonderful orchestra and the beautiful Auvergne region.” Roberto Forés Veses
Ludwig van Beethoven : Symphonie n°7
Recorded at Clermont-Ferrand Opera-Theatre on October 4 2018.
Duration : 38'12''
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Jean Sibelius : Quartet Voces intimae [parution : march 2019]
Recorded at the Cathédrale Saint-Louis des Invalides in Paris on october 4 2018.
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Cameristi della Scala
21 Music digital label is proud to continue our series of releases with the chamber orchestra « Cameristi della Scala di Milano » under the baton of its Principal Guest Conductor Wilson Hermanto with a second album devoted to the Serenade Gran Partita composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Serenade n°10 in B-flat Major "Gran Partita".
Recorded live in Lausanne (2018)
Duration : 47’38
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Gioachino Rossini : String Sonata n°3 in C major. Joseph Haydn: Symphony n°44 in E minor Hob I//44.
Recorded live in Zürich in 2017
Duration : 36’
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Jean-Pascal Beintus : Hippocrate aux enfers
21 Music record label is proud to announce the release of this album : the French composer Jean-Pascal Beintus’s original music scoring written for the TV star/medical Doctor Michel Cymes new documentary “Hippocrate aux enfers” for France Television. The 11 tracks in the album are performed by some of the finest French musicians such as Renaud Capuçon and Guillaume Chilemme (violons), Adrien La Marca (viola), Edgar Moreau (cello), Paul Meyer (clarinet) and Jérôme Ducros (piano).
Jean-Pascal Beintus was born in Toulouse on 1966. He grew up in Nice and started his musical education at the local Conservatoire (Double bass, piano and composition) and joined the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique in Paris and Lyon. In 1983, he was appointed doublebass player at the Opera National de Lyon under Sir John Eliot Gardiner. Fond of his orchestral job, while discussing with his colleagues and conductors, in parallel to his job as an orchestra player, he composed a Concerto for Doublebass and Orchestra (Samskara).
In 1996 Kent Nagano, Music Director of the Orchestra of the Opera de Lyon, decided to promote Mr Beintus’s works and commissioned him several scores for his concert seasons of Opéra de Lyon. A new road was open for Mr Beintus therefore he decided to begin an official career as a full time composer. To date, he composed for the Opéra de Lyon, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (Variations on a Gershwin’s tune for piano duet and orchestra), Hallé Orchestra in Manchester (Couleurs cuivres, Concerto for brass quintet and orchestra), Berkeley Symphony Orchestra in California (Luna tree), Accademia Santa Cecilia in Roma (Concerto for Clarinet – dedicated to Alessandro Carbonare), German Symphony Orchester in Berlin (Le Petit Prince, Suite), Russian National Orchestra (Wolf Tracks – recorded on Pentatone by Bill Clinton and Mikhail Gorbachev – Grammy Award 2004).
Since his childhood as a big fan of John Williams, Mr Beintus dream is to compose films scores. He filled his dream by joining Alexandre Desplat’s team first as his first assistant and main orchestrator. With Alexandre Desplat, Mr Beintus works on all the main international blockbusters since the past decade: Harry Potter, King’s Speech, Argo, Imitation game, Zero Dark Thirty, Tree of life, Shape of Water, Valerian, etc.). Mr Beintus composed the original movie soundtracks for Leonardo di Caprio’s documentaries (11th hour and Carbon). In 2016 Mr Beintus worked together with Alexandre Desplat in the original score of Marseille(HBO) and they will continue their collaboration on the season 2 (2017). In 2017 Mr Beintus composed the original score for Michel Cymès’s Hippocrate aux enfers (France 2).
In 2018 Orchestre de Chambre de Wallonie (artistic director Frank Braley) and Orchestre d’Auvergne (Music director Roberto Forés Veses) will premiere Mr Beintus’s Fantaisie concertante for trumpet, piano and string orchestra. His Le Petit Prince will be performed in Monte-Carlo (Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo) in 2019.
Hipprocrate aux Enfers : Renaud Capuçon (Renaud Capuçon appears courtesy by Warner classics) and Guillaume Chilemme, violon ; Adrien La Marca, alto ; Edgar Moreau, cello ; Paul Meyer, clarinet ; Jérôme Ducros, piano.
Recorded in 2017 at the RIFFX Studios (la Seine musicale) for Pulsations.
Duration : 29′
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