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Jean-Guihen Queyras -《德沃夏克:大提琴协奏曲》(Dvorák: Cello Concerto, 'Dumky' Trio)更新Scans[FLAC]

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    古典类型协奏曲
    发行时间2005年
  • 时间: 2012/01/02 11:44:51 发布 | 2012/01/03 17:05:43 更新
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专辑英文名Dvorák: Cello Concerto, 'Dumky' Trio
专辑中文名德沃夏克:大提琴协奏曲
古典类型协奏曲
资源格式FLAC
版本更新Scans
发行时间2005年
地区法国
语言英语
简介

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发行公司:℗ 2005 harmonia mundi
资源出处:Demonoid
作曲家:Antonín Leopold Dvořák
乐团指挥:Jirí Belohlávek
乐团演奏:Prague Philharmonic Orchestra

专辑介绍:

CD封面很可口,如今古典音乐界的偶像实力派也越来越多了,
拉小提琴的美女们长得也是一个比一个精致,
可能有人对此嗤之以鼻,但是此枚中年帅哥Queyras的实力也是相当不可小瞧的。
知道他的人比较少,有关他的简介大家可以在我另一篇Queyras的维瓦尔第大提琴协奏曲的帖子中找到,
简单来说就是音乐才华与天赋并重的居家好男人一个;

德沃夏克的大提琴协奏曲很多人演绎过,大家熟悉的马友友、史塔克等都有出过CD,
听过其他版本的可以来比较一下,比较各个版本也是听古典的乐趣之一。
个人认为这一张的录音或是演奏都有可圈可点之处,
废话不多说,来看一篇亚马逊的评论:

引用
If there's any logic in the Universe, the word should be "Queyras"! This is a magnificent performance by the young cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras, one of the new wave of cellists who are equally facile on baroque or modern instruments. I've already reviewed Queyras's performance of the six Bach Suites for solo cello; it's magnificent! Now I have to exclaim in wonder at his interpretation of the workhorse Cello Concerto by Antonin Dvorak, a composition I've always enjoyed in almost any performance. I have several versions on CD, so I decided to listen to Queyras's head-to-head with the far better-selling recording by Yo-Yo Ma with the New York Philharmonic. It was quite a revelation; to my ears, Queyras wins every round, but I was also surprised that the Prague Philharmonic outplayed the New Yorkers dramatically in the first and third movements. The concerto begins orchestrally; several minutes pass before the cello enters, and those minutes reveal a great deal. The Prague Orchestra is splendidly transparent (here's my neologism: 'transhearable) in allowing each instrumental timbre to be heard, even amid massed orchestral declamations. The tuning is better, the recording acoustic is sharper, I knew before the cello uttered a note that the contest was over.

Possibly it's Queyras's profound understanding of the baroque cello and of the aesthetic of "historically informed performance" than makes his cello so lovingly voice-like. Think of a voice like that of Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, a voice that can project beauty on every note of its range and warmth at ever level of dynamics. That's Queyras's cello. Besides, his bowing is far more precise than Ma's, and it makes his quick passages both elegant and eloquent, while Ma's sound only vigorous. This is unquestionably the best performance of the Dvorak I've ever heard.

Some reviewers elsewhere have objected to the recording technology of this CD. They accurately point out that the cello is close-miked, while the orchestra is miked for a more general ambience. Thus, they say, the sound you hear is unlike any sound you would hear in alive performance. And so it is, but all for the better! What you hear is what the cellist himself hears while playing: his own voice in his own space, in dialogue with the orchestra BEHIND him. The concerto form is always potentially such a agon, soloist against symphony. A cello concerto risks much, in that the cello doesn't easily hold its own against 20 violins and a ragtag of other instruments. The forces used by the Prague Orchestra in this recording are not so small - 14 violins, for instance, and three horns - but conductor Jiri Behohlavek reins them in and makes the ensemble sound as tight as a chamber orchestra.

Then, happy day, the CD is rounded out with the finest music Dvorak ever wrote, the "Dumky" Trio #4 for piano, violin, and cello, rather than the oft-paired Cello Concerto by Victor Herbert - Ma's match-up - which I'd be willing never to hear again. Pianist Alexander Melnikov and violinist Isabelle Faust clearly share the same aesthetic as Queyras; they seem to listen "through' each other with generous ensemble. Altogether this is a 'magnificent' CD. Note that there seem to be several 'editions' or releases of it, at different prices, including in in SACD.
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吸取上次的教训,为了让cue能正常使用,我将Dvořák名字里的ř改成了r,还有曲目中的一些双引号改成了单引号,
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专辑曲目

01. Dvorák: Cello Concerto In B Minor, Op. 104, B 191 - 1. Allegro
02. Dvorák: Cello Concerto In B Minor, Op. 104, B 191 - 2. Adagio, Ma Non Troppo
03. Dvorák: Cello Concerto In B Minor, Op. 104, B 191 - 3. Finale: Allegro Moderato
04. Dvorák: Piano Trio #4 In E Minor, Op. 90, B 166, 'Dumky' - 1. Lento Maestoso
05. Dvorák: Piano Trio #4 In E Minor, Op. 90, B 166, 'Dumky' - 2. Poco Adagio
06. Dvorák: Piano Trio #4 In E Minor, Op. 90, B 166, 'Dumky' - 3. Andante
07. Dvorák: Piano Trio #4 In E Minor, Op. 90, B 166, 'Dumky' - 4. Andante Moderato
08. Dvorák: Piano Trio #4 In E Minor, Op. 90, B 166, 'Dumky' - 5. Allegro
09. Dvorák: Piano Trio #4 In E Minor, Op. 90, B 166, 'Dumky' - 6. Lento Maestoso

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