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Sol Gabetta -《艾尔加:大提琴协奏曲》(Elgar - Cello Concerto)[2 CD Set][WV]

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    发行时间2010年05月03日
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专辑英文名Elgar - Cello Concerto
专辑中文名艾尔加:大提琴协奏曲
艺术家Sol Gabetta
古典类型协奏曲
资源格式WV
版本[2 CD Set]
发行时间2010年05月03日
地区美国
语言英语
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同时收录:艾尔加、德弗札克&雷史毕基的器乐作品
修儿‧嘉碧妲(大提琴)/马里欧‧文札果(指挥)丹麦国家交响乐团
全球限量版

  ◎Echo Klassik(德国回声大奖)、Diapason d’Or(法国金音叉大奖)得主,是欧洲当今最活跃的新生代大提琴家。

  ◎日内瓦瑞士罗曼德广播公司&柴可夫斯基大赛最佳詮释奖。

  ◎使用珍贵稀有名琴─瓜达尼尼(G.B. Guadagnini)1759年的古琴(此琴制造於韦瓦第死后18年)。

  ◎与世界一流乐团及指挥合作,包括:维也纳爱乐、皇家爱乐管弦乐团、伯明罕市立交响乐团、费城管弦乐团等。

  ◎2005年起任教於瑞士巴赛尔音乐院。

  ◎演奏曲目及为宽广,巴洛克、浪漫乐派,至现代乐派曲目无所不包。

  ◎双CD全球限量版加收:嘉碧妲拿手的精采私藏曲─「大提琴之书」无伴奏大琴作品。

  ◎专辑於丹麦最著名的哥本哈根音乐厅(丹麦广播音乐厅)进行录制。

  和大部份古典音乐界的美女音乐家不同,来自阿根廷、拥有法国和俄国血统的大提琴家嘉碧妲是位笑容非常亲切、不喜欢以严肃面貌示人的音乐家。虽然才二十九岁,但她已经在瑞士拥有自己创办的音乐节,同时也在巴赛尔音乐院(Basel Academy of Music)担任教职。2004年,她与葛济夫与维也纳爱乐在琉森音乐节的精采首演,不但让她打开了国际知名度,更让当时才二十三岁的她,因此获得索尼唱片公司的合约。嘉碧妲曾先后於西班牙马德里最著名的Escuela Superior de Musica Reina Sofia音乐院、瑞士巴塞尔音乐院,以及柏林汉斯‧艾斯勒音乐院(Hanns Eisler Musikhochschule)学习,并师事大卫‧葛林格斯(David Geringas)的她,可以说是俄国大提琴学派的嫡系,这或许也说明为什么她先后在罗斯托波维奇和柴可夫斯基大提琴大赛中都表现优异的原因。

  虽然已经是国际知名的大提琴家,嘉碧妲对自己录音的曲目却非常谨慎,过去她为索尼唱片灌录的五张唱片中,都没有出现主流的大提琴协奏曲曲目,只有萧士塔高维奇第二号和圣桑第一号协奏曲,是比较接近音乐会演出的核心曲目,其餘录音中的曲目选择,则是她别出心裁的安排。这份录音中的艾尔加协奏曲,可以说是她第一首的大型浪漫派协奏曲录音,而片中其他的曲目,则显示她手中握有一套相当与眾不同的私藏曲目。尤其是这份「全球首批限量版」特别附加的第二张Bonus CD中,她选了拉托维亚当代作曲家:法斯克斯(Peterisk Vasks)的无伴奏大琴作品「大提琴之书」("The Book" for Solo Cello)。这部作品,运用到多样的大提琴技巧和音色,连独奏家自己都要跟著演唱,但是音乐却不像一般当代音乐那样,而是有一种充满冥思、彷若於空幽的东欧原始森林中漫步、奇遇的那种陌生感受。法斯克斯并没有用太多的旋律或主题,而是用很简单的几道固定乐段,藉由这些乐段的一再重现,达到了乐曲那种特殊情境的表达,这是新一代作曲家们的风格,由於音乐瀰漫一种新世纪音乐和电影音乐的浓缩感,很能够让古典音乐圈子以外的乐迷们得到共鸣,音乐传递的重心在於人类对声音的联想和情境的表达,而不拘泥於特定乐种的领悟力和经验。

  片中嘉贝妲也选了三首原本艾尔加是写给小提琴独奏的曲子,这样具有灵感的改编曲,一向是嘉贝妲专辑中非常与眾不同而特别吸引人的地方。这套录音採用的是Soren Barfoed的管弦乐编曲版本,这是很少为人所知的版本,配器非常丰富且独特,在「爱的礼讚」(Salut d’amour)中甚至还使用了小号和三角铁,这是很多小品中都不会用到的表现手法。

CD Feature/ Sol Gabetta: "Elgar"
Sol Gabetta’s concert in Glasgow, May 16th 2009
Sol Gabetta’s concerts in Washington, June 2008

CD Feature/ Sol Gabetta: "Elgar"

"Gabettas ample-breathed phrasings and graceful fingering increase the recording s warmth farther still as she steers the work toward a celebration of song."
(The Times)

"Sol Gabetta's Elgar Concerto is one of the best around, a heartfelt, tonally rounded performance, intimate and wholly at one with Mario Venzago's generally subtle handling of the orchestral score...Hers is a softly spoken presence, especially beautiful in those infinitely sad modulations that fall towards the end of the piece."
(Gramophone Magazine)

"Gabetta's technique is breathtakingly good throughout - dead in tune, even in the trickiest passages - and her phrasing is equally magnificent: this is very fine cello playing, placed entirely at the service of this immortal masterpiece...the result is a fully integrated account such as we do not always hear on disc. I urge all Elgarians to hear this."
(International Record Review)

“In every regard this is an outstanding CD. The recording quality is impressively clear yet warm, the orchestral playing well-boned and incisive, and the repertoire extremely varied. Sol Gabetta shines at every turn. Her technical command is absolute – as a pupil of Monighetti and Geringas, the legacy of Rostropovich seems firmly in place. More importantly, her nuance on shaping phrases is tasteful and expressive, and her sense of line always follows for a forward impetus in the music. Her impassioned playing of Respighi Adagio con variazioni fully exploits the music’s lyrical aspects, while Dvorak’s Waldesruhe is particularly evocative, and she brings a sense of rustic verve to the same composer’s Rondo, again delivered with impeccable assurance. Elgar’s Cello Concerto has a burdensome legacy of interpretations, but Gabetta is wonderfully uninhibited by such issues. She presents an eloquent yet unmannered performance, with the technical components of the second - movement Allegro Molto served with a Mendelssohnian, fleet-footed delicacy. Her adagio is magically poignant and caps what is a benchmark interpretation. The salon pieces by Elgar orchestrated by Soren Barfoed are equally expressive, although occasionally the brass interjections jar. Peteris Vasks Gramata cellam for solo cello provides an enticing bonus – it’s an impressive composition that also demonstrates Gabetta’s natural empathy for contemporary music. Tremendous.”
(The Strad)

„This 29 year-old Argentinian-born cellist brings a fiery sensitivity to Elgar’s great concerto. There are times, particulary in the first movement, when her playing is reminiscent of the late Jaqueline du Pre’s recording. The sheer tonal beauty of her rare Guardagnini instrument… is almost overwhelming in the works last movement.”
(The Daily Expres)

"Unlike stars whose live appearances sparkle with charisma, but whose recordings leave one cold, Gabetta on CD keeps the promise of Gabetta live. For Elgar's mood pictures of melancholy wit, twilight and lament she mobilises all her powers. The result is nothing if not gripping."
(WAZ)

"Sol Gabetta is one of the most successful and most enigmatic stars in the Classical heavens. She has held on to her wonderful informality."
(Madame)


Sol Gabetta’s concert in Glasgow, May 16th 2009

„Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta, who first enthralled and entertained a huge RSNO audience on Saturday night with a mind-boggling account of Tchaikovsky`s Rococo Variations, then mesmerised the vast crowd into absolute stillness and hush with her encore, gets five stars and any spares left in the basket. […] The night […] belonged to the amazing Gabetta, who appeared to possess, along with her flawless technique, an inexhaustible array of characterisations to lavish on, or find in, Tchaikovsky`s Variations. Wit, aristocratic poise and elegance; mercurial shifts of mood, intensity and lightness of touch in near-miraculous balance; broad brush strokes and finely drawn lines: the Rococo Variations from this emerald-clad beauty had the lot, with lashings of style. The encore, Dolcissimo, by the fine Latvian composer Peterisk Vasks, an endlessly haunting meditation requiring extended techniques and beautiful vocalising from the cellist, was heart-stopping and the talk of the night.”
(The Herald)

Argentinian`s cello ability impresses

“[…] the brilliance of young Argentinian cellist Sol Gabetta, whose impact on the event was stupendous. Tchaikovsky`s Rococo Variations is very much a mini concerto but as a means of demonstrating brilliant technique and skill is tailor-made for talent like Ms Gabetta. Most of the seven variations on a beautiful but straightforward melody demand the ability to make furious advances from lower register to the top-most heights, and this she did with real style and flamboyance. […] The encore that followed was even more eye-opening. Peteris Vasks`s composition for solo cello. […] Not only was Gabetta`s touch and grace in this piece enthralling, she also sang in a crystal-clear soprano voice.”
(Dundee Courier)

“Listening to it [Tchaikovsky`s Rococo Variations] last night you would have thought it had been written for Sol Gabetta. A charismatic performer, she held the work up for our delight in all its elegant glory. A performer of impressive power and control, she responded to the stupendous applause with an astonishing encore during which she accompanied herself on the cello by singing.”
(Press & Journal)

Sol Gabetta’s concerts in Washington, June 2008

“Gabetta's tone was rich and lovely, her playing is impressive. Sol Gabetta`s and Yo-Yo Ma`s performance felt like an emotional highlight.”
(Washington Post, 30.6.08)

“Fabulous young cellist Sol Gabetta attacked this challenging music, Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 2 Op. 126, with great passion, enveloping her instrument like a willowy reincarnation of the late Jacqueline du Pré.”
(Washington Times, 29.6.08)

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专辑曲目

Disk 1

01. Cello Concerto In E Minor, Op. 85: I. Adagio – Moderato
02. Cello Concerto In E Minor, Op. 85: II. Lento – Allegro Molto
03. Cello Concerto In E Minor, Op. 85: III. Adagio
04. Cello Concerto In E Minor, Op. 85: IV. Allegro – Moderato – Allegro Ma Non Troppo
05. Sospiri, Op. 70
06. Salut D’amour, op. 12
07. La Capricieuse, Op. 17
08. Silent Woods, Op. 68/5
09. Rondo For Cello & Orchestra In G Minor, Op. 94
10. Adagio Con Variazione

Disk 2

01. The Book ”Gramata Cellam” For Solo Cello: I. Marcatissimo
02. The Book ”Gramata Cellam” For Solo Cello: II. Dolcissimo

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