Mystery Variations On A Theme By Colombi

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A series of short pieces dedicated to renowned cellist Anssi Karttunen, presented during a concert in celebration of his fiftieth birthday in Helsinki in 2010. The concert was based around the Mystery Variations, a series of musical "gifts" composed by a variety of major composers of today, to be played by Anssi himself, and all based on Colombi's Ciaconna.


  • 50 Notes En 3 Variations [Pascal Dusapin]
  • Anssi's Eternal Return [Jean-Baptiste Barriere]
  • Anssimmetry [Luca Francesconi]
  • Anssin Ikiliikkuja - Ituja [Tapio Tuomela]
  • Anything Goes! [Jouni Kaipainen]
  • Arietta (After Colombi) [Ryan Wigglesworth]
  • Bleuelein [Jukka Tiensuu]
  • Chaconne [Denis Cohen]
  • Chiacona - After Colombi [Tan Dun]
  • Chiacona [Giuseppe Colombi]
  • Ciacconetta [Rolf Wallin]
  • Colombi Daydream [Roger Reynolds]
  • Colombi Variation [Kimmo Hakola]
  • Drammatico [Colin Matthews]
  • Dreaming Chaconne [Kaija Saariaho]
  • Duello [Magnus Lindberg]
  • Fancy For Anssi, A [Betsy Jolas]
  • For Anssi [Anders Hillborg]
  • IdĂ©e Fixe [Vinko Globokar]
  • Locus On Colombi’s Chiacona [Joji Yuasa]
  • Paloma [Pablo Ortiz]
  • Partite Sopra Un Basso, Per Anssi [Steven Stucky]
  • Polvo [Martin Matalon]
  • Preludio E Ciaccona [Ivan Fedele]
  • Sarabande Per Un Coyote [Esa-Pekka Salonen]
  • Se Sillan... [Veli-Matti Puumala]
  • Something To Go On [Edmund Campion]
  • There And Back Again [Fred Lerdahl]
  • Tiny Colombi [Marc Neikrug]
  • Triple Antienne [Paavo Heininen]
  • Variation Libre Et Sombre D’après Chiacona [Gualtiero Dazzi]
  • Variation, A [Miroslav Srnka]


Product IDCOBS012973557
Composer/Artist/Author Anssi Kartunnen
Instrumentation Cello Solo
Publisher Chester Music
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages64

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