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专辑英文名: Live from Lugano 2015
专辑中文名: 阿格丽希2015卢加诺音乐节
艺术家: Martha Argerich & Friends
古典类型: 全集作品
资源格式: FLAC
版本: [3 CD] [24 bits 44KHz]
发行时间: 2016年05月17日
地区: 美国
语言: 英语
简介:
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专辑介绍:
2002年以来,钢琴名家阿格丽希每年在瑞士卢加诺音乐节的「Progetto Martha Argerich」,已经是每年夏季最受瞩目的音乐活动。阿格丽希在每一年邀请乐界的好友、她所赏识的乐坛新秀聚在卢加诺,在为期一週的时间里,密集举办多场独奏会、室内乐,或是与瑞士义语区广播管弦乐团合作交响音乐会,透过各种组合的室内乐合作,年轻一代的音乐家不只有机会有与前辈切磋,每一年的音乐节也发掘出不少罕为人知的有趣室内乐曲目。英国《每日电讯报》乐评人杰佛瑞‧诺里斯说过,「每年看看谁被邀请到卢加诺的Progetto Martha Argerich演出可以增长见识,因为它的演出阵容对於谁是当前音乐最有天赋的音乐家是相当可靠的指标」。
在2015年的音乐节里,阿格丽希与柯瓦谢维契合作德布西《黑与白》,与齐柏丝坦合作德布西改编后的舒曼《六首为踏板平型钢琴而写的卡农风练习曲》,与亚历山大‧莫西列夫斯基合作舒伯特《为钢琴四手联弹所写的主题与变奏》,与瑞士小提琴家霍素雷果基合作演出谢凯伊改编的巴尔托克《罗马尼亚舞曲》。最特别的,莫过於与同样来自阿根廷的钢琴家胡伯特,以及瑞士义语区广播管弦乐团、指挥家亚历山大‧维德尼可夫演出充满阿根廷首都多元文化风情的巴卡罗夫《港口人》。
CD 1
1-4 布拉姆斯:降E大调钢琴三重奏,作品40
亚历山大.莫吉列夫 斯基 (Alexander Mogilevsky )– 钢琴
葛林戈斯 (Ilya Gringolts) –小提琴
布劳德 (Nathan Braude) – 中提琴
5-10 舒曼:六首卡农风练习曲,作品56(德布西改编为双钢琴)
阿格丽希(Martha Argerich) – 钢琴
齐柏丝坦(Lilya Zilberstein) – 钢琴
11. 舒伯特:降A大调为钢琴四手联弹所写的主题与变奏,作品35
阿格丽希(Martha Argerich) – 钢琴
亚历山大.莫吉列夫斯基 (Alexander Mogilevsky )– 钢琴
12. 布拉姆斯:为小提琴与钢琴所写的詼谐曲
木嶋真优(Mayu Kishima) – 小提琴
酒井茜(Akane Sakai) – 钢琴
CD 2
1-4 布拉姆斯:单簧管三重奏,作品114
安杰利希(Nicholas Angelich) – 钢琴
保罗梅耶(Paul Meyer) – 单簧管
高提耶卡普松(Gautier Capuçon) – 大提琴
5-7 腓迪南‧里斯:B小调钢琴五重奏,作品74
齐柏丝坦(Lilya Zilberstein) – 钢琴
巴拉诺夫(Andrey Baranov) – 小提琴
陈莉妲(Lyda Chen) – 中提琴
赵静(Jing Zhao) –大提琴
艾瑞可法冈(Enrico Fagone) – 低音大提琴
8-10 屠林纳:B小调第二号钢琴三重奏,作品76
朱拉‧马古利斯(Jura Margulis) – 钢琴
艾莉莎‧马古利斯(Alissa Margulis) – 小提琴
娜塔莉亚‧马古利斯(Natalia Margulis) – 大提琴
11. 巴尔托克:罗马尼亚舞曲(谢凯伊改编)
霍素雷果基(Geza Hosszu-Legocky) –小提琴
阿格丽希(Martha Argerich) – 钢琴
CD 3
1-3 德布西:黑与白
阿格丽希(Martha Argerich) – 钢琴
柯瓦谢维奇(Stephen Kovacevich) – 钢琴
4-14 巴卡罗夫:港口人
阿格丽希(Martha Argerich) – 钢琴
休伯特(Eduardo Hubert) – 钢琴
维德尼可夫〈指挥〉瑞士义语区管弦乐团(Alexander Vedernikov / Orchestra della Svizzera italiana)
15-18 浦朗克:双钢琴奏鸣曲
典波(Sergio Tiempo) – 钢琴
蕾雀娜(Karin Lechner) – 钢琴
19-22 菲利浦‧葛拉斯:《可怕的孩子们》组曲
23-26 希纳斯特拉:《大农庄》中的舞曲(格里戈利改编)
托玛斯(Giorga Tomassi) –钢琴
葛里古欧利(Carlo Maria Griguoli) – 钢琴
史戴拉(Alessandro Stella)–钢琴
Martha Argerich & Friends:Live from Lugano 2015 / Martha Argerich & Friends (3CD)
阿格丽希2015卢加诺音乐节 / 阿格丽希与朋友们 (欧洲进口盘3CD)
发行公司:Warner Classics
系列:名家新录音
产品编号:2564628549
发行日期:2016/05/20
张数:3 张 - 3CD
室内乐盛宴
Argerich早厌倦了一个人登台,继续拥抱与人合作的协奏曲及室内乐演出。瑞士Lugano音乐节她既与旧相识一起玩音乐,也推荐新人。三首Brahms,Argerich都没有参与。Argerich与好姊妹Lilya Zilberstein合奏舒曼的《Six Canonic Etudes》,跟Mogilevsky合奏舒伯特《Variations D813》,与前夫Stephen Kovacevich合作德布西的《白与黑》。贝多芬的学生Ferdinand Ries写的钢琴与弦乐五重奏,某程度启发了舒伯特写《鱒鱼》;因为乐器组合,跟Ries的一样有低音大提琴。Argerich是南美人,音乐节的节目单包括「拉丁」曲目也出师有名。除了Turina的钢琴三重奏,也有Ginastera的Dances;两首音乐均是由三部pianos合奏。

Audio CD (May 27, 2016)
Number of Discs: 3
Format: Live
Label: Warner Classics/Parlophone
ASIN: B01CQ2RR78
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Martha Argerich & Friends - Live from Lugano 2015
rec. 10-27 July 2015 Auditorio Stelio Molo, RSI, Lugano
WARNER CLASSICS 2564 628549 [3 CDs: 68:55 + 69:45 + 79:57]
Chamber music aficionados look forward to the annual performances organized by pianist Martha Argerich for her Lugano festival. This most recent collection continues the high standards of its predecessors. These are almost always good performances, and often inspired ones. The music is centered around the basic European classics, but with some surprises.
One surprise is the Brahms Horn Trio, Op. 40, but with a viola instead of the horn. When Brahms republished his 1865 work in 1891, he authorized substituting viola or cello. I had never heard this version, and had naively imagined that its primary purpose was to expand the market for a popular work. I had also wondered why anyone would want to hear this music shorn of its glorious horn part. In fact, the alternative instrumentation turns Op. 40 into a very different, but no less appealing work. Much of the tension in the original version comes from the opposition of violin and horn, which have such different sounds, but also fundamental differences in articulation. In the 1891 version, violin and viola seem like playful partners, rather than competing representatives from rival musical families. The viola version of the trio makes a wonderful transformation, adding unexpected intimacy to passages which the horn turns into public declamations.
There is more Brahms, including a spirited and sweet-toned Scherzo from the F.A.E Sonata. The Clarinet Trio, Op. 114 offers impassioned playing by an all-star cast, although the first movement Allegro seems rather lugubrious.
Other chamber works are Joaquin Turina’s Piano Trio No. 2, whose fervent impressionism is sustained by the Margulis family trio. Argerich and violinist Géza Hosszu-Legocky play Bartok’s irresistible Romanian Folk Dances with aplomb.
The Piano Quintet of Ferdinand Ries was exhumed for its 200th anniversary. Ries adopts the postures of passionate questing and heroic defiance that we associate with his teacher, Beethoven. It may be derivative, but I am not sure we should care that Ries so often resembles his teacher. It is a grand sound, and the players perform the quintet like a lost masterpiece.
The only orchestral piece is Luis Bacalav’s work featuring two pianos, Porteña (Latitud 36°36’30”). The title refers to a female from Buenos Aires, presumably Argerich. She and Eduardo Hubert play its many moods expressively and enthusiastically. Bacalav is a composer of film music, and this piece is tuneful and showy. Many will love it for its soulfulness and energy, like Gershwin with a Latin twist. Perhaps we could give Rhapsody in Blue a rest.
The Live from Lugano series revels in the sound of multiple pianists, and this 2015 version honors that tradition in six works. Argerich and Lilya Zilberstein offer a smooth version of Schumann’s Six Canonic Etudes, in the two-piano version by Debussy. It was the centenary of Debussy’s own En blanc et noir, which receives a clear and brilliant performance by Argerich and Stephan Kovacevich. Schubert opened his Variations D813 with some dour opening minutes, which not even Argerich and Alexander Mogilevsky can overcome. But after the third variation, moments of charm and excitement prevail. Poulenc’s 1953 Sonata for two pianos is an enormously appealing work; Sergio Tiempo and Karen Lechner are alternatively spirited and beguiling.
If two pianists are not enough, we have two pieces for three pianos, both arrangements by Carlo Maria Griguoli. Philip Glass’s Suite from Les enfants terribles is light, uncluttered, and perhaps a little superficial. The massed impact of thirty fingers is highly effective. Finally, Alberto Ginastera’s Estancia Dances is even more thrilling, sacrificing the color of the original for a sometimes brutal simplicity.
With a collection this wide-ranging, most listeners will understandably find a piece or two of lesser interest. However, the best are really outstanding, with many performances to treasure.
Richard Kraus
Contents
Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)
Trio in E flat, Op. 40 for viola, violin and piano [29:03]
Nathan Braude (viola), Ilya Gringolts (violin), Alexander Mogilevsky (piano)
Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
Six Canonic Etudes, Op. 56 (1845) (arr. Claude Debussy for 2 pianos) [16:15]
Martha Argerich and Lilya Zilberstein (pianos)
Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
Variations, Op. 35 D813 [1824] [17:26]
Martha Argerich (piano) and Alexander Mogilevsky (piano)
Johannes Brahms
Scherzo from F-A-E Sonata (1853) [6:05]
Mayu Kishima (violin) and Akane Sakai (piano)
Johannes Brahms
Clarinet Trio in A minor, Op. 114 (1891) [26:52]
Paul Meyer (clarinet), Gautier Capuçon (cello), Nicholas Angelich (piano).
Ferdinand Ries (1784-1838)
Piano Quintet in B minor, op 74 (1815) [21:55]
Audrey Baranov (violin), Lyda Chen (violin), Jing Zhao (cello), Enrico Fagone (double bass), Lilya Zilberstein (piano)
Joaquin Turina (1882-1949)
Piano Trio No. 2 in B minor, Op. 76 (1933) [14:29]
Alissa Margulis (violin), Natalia Margulis (cello), Jura Margulis (piano)
Béla Bartók (1881-1945)
Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56 (1915) [6:24]
Géza Hosszu-Legocky (violin), and Martha Argerich (piano)
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
En blanc et noir (1915) 15”15]
Martha Argerich (piano), Stephan Kovacevich (piano)
Luis Bacalov (b. 1933)
Porteña (Latitud 36°36’30”) [20:19]
Martha Argerich (piano) and Eduardo Hubert (piano), Orchestra della Svizzera italiana, Alexander Vedernikov (conductor)
Francis Poulenc (1899-1963)
Sonata for 2 pianos (1953) [20:06)
Sergio Tiempo (piano) and Karen Lechner (piano)
Philip Glass (b. 1937)
Suite from Les enfants terribles (arr. For 3 pianos) (2005) [12:06]
Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)
Dances from Estancia, Op. 8a (transcr. C. M. Griguoli for 3 pianos) (1941) [10:04]
Giorgia Tomassi (piano), Carlo Maria Griguoli (piano), and Alessandro Stella (piano)
Martha Argerich and Friends Live from the Lugano Festival 2015
3CD
13 May 2016
Barcode: 0825646285495
In June 2016, Martha Argerich – both a phenomenal pianist and a much-loved mentor to young musicians – celebrates her 75th birthday before hosting the 15th edition of the Progetto Martha Argerich at the Lugano Festival in Switzerland. These 3 CDs bring together thrilling performances from the 2015 Progetto, where Argerich was joined by such eminent musicians as Stephen Kovacevich, Nicholas Angelich, Gautier Capuçon and Lilya Zilberstein and by a dazzling array of young talent. The fascinating repertoire extends from Schubert and Brahms to Ginastera and Glass.
Among the celebrated musicians who also feature on the CDs are pianists Nicholas Angelich and Sergio Tiempo, cellist Gautier Capuçon, violinist Ilya Gringolts, clarinettist Paul Meyer and the members of the Margulis Family Trio (pianist Jura, violinist Alissa and cellist Natalia). The rising talents include violinists Mayu Kishima and Andrey Baranov, while other composers in the eclectic repertoire on the CDs are Brahms, Ries, Turina, Poulenc, Glass and yet another Argentinian, Alberto Ginastera, whose centenary is celebrated in 2016.
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专辑曲目:
Disc: 1
01. Horn Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 40: I. Andante, poco più animato
02. Horn Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 40: II. Scherzo. Allegro
03. Horn Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 40: III. Adagio. Mesto
04. Horn Trio in E-Flat Major, Op. 40: IV. Finale: Allegro con brio
05. 6 Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: I. Pas trop vite
06. Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: II. Avec beaucoup d' expression
07. 6 Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: III. Andantino
08. 6 Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: IV. Espressivo
09. 6 Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: V. Pas trop vite
10. 6 Etudes in Canon Form, Op. 56: VI. Adagio
11. 8 Variations in A-Flat Major, Op. 35, D. 813
12. Scherzo in C Minor from Sonata F.A.E, WoO posth. 2
Disc: 2
01. Clarinet Trio, Op. 114: I. Allegro
02. Clarinet Trio, Op. 114: II. Adagio
03. Clarinet Trio, Op. 114: III. Andante grazioso
04. Clarinet Trio, Op. 114: IV. Allegro
05. Piano Quintet in B Minor, Op. 74: I. Grave, Allegro con brio
06. Piano Quintet in B Minor, Op. 74: II. Larghetto
07. Piano Quintet in B Minor, Op. 74: III. Rondo: Allegro
08. Piano Trio No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 76: I. Lento - Allegro molto moderato
09. Piano Trio No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 76: II. Molto vivace
10. Piano Trio No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 76: III. Lento, Andante mosso, Allegretto
11. Romanian Dances, Sz. 56
Disc: 3
01. En blanc et noir, L. 134: I. Avec emportement
02. En blanc et noir, L. 134: II. Lent, Sombre
03. En blanc et noir, L.134: III. Scherzando
04. Porteña: Porteña
05. Porteña: Nocturnal
06. Porteña: Cadenza
07. Porteña: Porteña (quasi jidish)
08. Porteña: Secuencia (quasi) canonica
09. Porteña: Gardeliana
10. Porteña: Malandra
11. Porteña: Tanghora
12. Porteña: Bajofondo
13. Porteña: Corrientes y 9 de julio
14. Porteña: Finale
15. Sonata for 2 pianos, FP. 156: I. Prologue. Extrêmement lent et calme
16. Sonata for 2 pianos, FP. 156: II. Allegro molto (très rytmé)
17. Sonata for 2 pianos, FP. 156: III. Andante lyrico (lentement)
18. Sonata for 2 pianos, FP. 156: IV. Epilogue: Allegro giocoso
19. Suite from Les enfants terribles: I. Overture
20. Suite from Les enfants terribles: II. The Somnambulist
21. Suite from Les enfants terribles: III. She Took The Path
22. Suite from Les enfants terribles: IV. Paul 's End
23. Estancia, Op. 8a: I. Los Trabajadores Agricolas
24. Estancia, Op. 8a: II. Danza del Trigo
25. Estancia, Op. 8a: III. Los Peones de Hacienda
26. Estancia, Op. 8a: IV. Danza Final (Malambo)


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