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Richard Clayderman -《浪漫乐章 》(Romantique)[FLAC]

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专辑英文名Romantique
专辑中文名浪漫乐章
艺术家Richard Clayderman
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2013年02月04日
地区法国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

☆华丽纤细的动人触键,35年来感动千万人的浪漫琴声。

1976年作曲家兼制作人Olivier Toussaint谱写了一首抒情乐曲献给新生的女儿,一方面也徵询适当的演奏者。没想到一位巴黎音乐院第一名毕业的钢琴演奏者,得到这个机会。理查.克莱德门(Richard Clayderman)这个名字也因为一曲「给艾德琳的诗」,意外的成为家喻户晓的超级明星。

从1977年的第一张专辑出版至今,35个年头,他的录音全球销售超过八千五百万张。除了英俊又带点稚气的笑脸,纤细带点华丽的温柔琴声,打动了千万人心。他的音乐迷人之处,在於巧妙地将旋律引起听者的浪漫想像。将近10年未发表新录音,2013年正好是理查60岁大寿。在这个录音中理查再一次将电影、舞台剧的浪漫乐章呈现,同时也特别收录1977年的成名作「给艾德琳的诗」,带著大家重温美好的过去。如果说生命种种,就像一次又一次的意外旅程。理查.克莱德门的音乐,就是这些旅程点滴的最佳纪录者。

Audio CD (May 7, 2013)
Original Release Date: 2013
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Decca
ASIN: B00A8QIO1S

Genre: Easy Listening / Instrumental / Classical / Piano
Country: France (Paris)
Year: 2013

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Being the Prince of Hearts is harder than it sounds: Pianist Richard Clayderman says life hasn't always been a bed of roses

By Petronella Wyatt

PUBLISHED: 01:16 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 08:04 GMT, 1 February 2013

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Richard Clayderman, the prince of romance and the world’s most successful pianist, is playing for me in an apartment overlooking the Seine.

His fingers glide deftly over the keys as the Steinway responds to the rolling chords of Moonlight Sonata. Moonlight Swoonata would be more apt.

Despite the approach of his 60th birthday, Clayderman could reduce Caligula to tears. His blue eyes are still limpid and his smile boyish, though his blond hair is flecked with grey. He needs no metronome as he plays. He’s accompanied by the beat of Cupid’s wings.
Gallic charm: The prince of romance, Richard Clayderman, plays for Petronella Wyatt in a Paris apartment

Gallic charm: The prince of romance, Richard Clayderman, plays for Petronella Wyatt in a Paris apartment

‘Romance — we need it more than ever. Don’t you agree?’ He winks at me.

To celebrate this Gallic philosophy, he has his first album out in more than a decade. A compilation of classical and popular songs, it is called, predictably, Romantique.

Despite selling 85 million records, his life has not been one long, swoony path to an MGM-style rainbow. It has been littered with heartbreak and broken marriages.

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Even his name is an invention. Born Philippe Pages, his producer suggested he change it to Clayderman — his great-great-grandmother’s maiden name. ‘Someone else chose Richard and there I was,’ he says.

The son of a piano teacher, he started playing aged just six. At 12, he won a place at the Paris Conservatoire and graduated with first prize.

‘I thought about a classical career, but I was already interested in reinterpreting popular standards,’ he says. Then a cruel twist of fate forced his hand. His father became ill and young Richard became a studio musician to support him.

‘He was 40 when he died,’ he says. ‘He never saw my success.’

Meanwhile, Clayderman had acquired his first wife, Rosaline, at the tender age of 18.

‘How romantic to marry so young,’ I sigh.

He shakes his head. ‘Not really. She was pregnant.’ (With their daughter Maud). ‘It is a mistake to marry when you are so immature.’

They divorced two years later, as his career began to flourish.
Romantic Frenchman: Clayderman married for the first time at the age of 18 and was nicknamed Prince of Romance by none less than Nancy Reagan

Romantic Frenchman: Clayderman married for the first time at the age of 18 and was nicknamed Prince of Romance by none less than Nancy Reagan

‘I worked hard. Gave my life to it, which didn’t help on a personal level. I knew I could connect with audiences.’

His big break came in 1977 when he was asked to record a new tune, Ballade Pour Adeline. It is one of those light, hypnotic compositions that lodge in your brain and it made Clayderman world famous.

His lush, orchestral approach has been compared to that of Liberace, but the Frenchman snorts derisively. ‘I copied no one. Liberace was more a showman than a proper pianist.’

His introduction to British fans came in 1982 through a marketing ploy of commercials of him playing the piano that seemed to go on for ever. Though his first album was available only by mail order, thousands of besotted women sent cheques.

‘Zut! All the fan letters. All the girls! Not that I am complaining. But I didn’t expect such a thing. Nancy Reagan was the one who gave me my nickname. She came to one of my concerts and called me the Prince of Romance! Of course, there was nothing between us.’

Clayderman has never attracted scandal, but was he never tempted?

‘Of course, there were temptations that were hard to resist. I was playing in London, Spain, Vienna, Latin America — a world of temptations.’

But he resisted. He’s never smoked, taken drugs nor even touched alcohol. A Frenchman who’s never tasted champagne? Quelle horreur!

‘I once took a sniff, but didn’t drink it. My parents didn’t drink or smoke and when my father became ill we tried to live as healthily as possible.’

But not even a tipple on his wedding day?

‘Ah, there have been too many of those. My big fault is getting married and divorced! It’s a very bad weakness because it’s extremely expensive.’

He met his second wife, Christine, a former hairdresser, at the theatre. They married in 1980 and have a son, Peter.

‘I was a better husband and father the second time. I was there more. But, even so, I had to do so many tours it was not good for the marriage.

‘Being Mr Romance can be hard. Sometimes you just want to hide and be alone. One needs a rest, even from romance. But do not tell anyone that!’

He is a multi-millionaire, but his idea of a rest is to retreat to his modest home near Versailles and walk his dog. He had four vintage cars, but sold them.

‘I like to live simply. I have a few paintings, but none of them are worth much.’

He did, however, acquire another wife in 2010, a violinist called Typhaine. As I write, they are still together.
Career: Richard Clayderman's big break came in 1977 and began breaking Britain in the early 1980s

Career: Richard Clayderman's big break came in 1977 and began gaining British fans in the early 1980s

‘She was the best for me, as I had known her for ten years. She played in the orchestra that accompanies me, so she knew my character very well.’

Today, he thinks less about love and more about taxes.

‘I lost so much money getting divorced. I’ve been very generous to my ex-wives, especially the second — I even paid for her new boyfriend! But France under President Hollande is no good for people with money. The taxes have gone extremely high.’

What does he think of his fellow countryman Gerard Depardieu, who caused un petit scandale recently by becoming a Russian citizen in order to evade French taxes?

‘I cannot see myself in exile. That is not for me. But I understand how they feel. It is crazy, so much taxes.’

Fortunately for his fans, Clayderman’s enthusiasm for the piano is undimmed. He has just returned from a concert tour of China and will soon perform in Britain before embarking on tours of Asia, Japan and Switzerland.

‘I will carry on touring as long as my health lets me, but it is harder as you get older,’ he says. ‘I jog every day and cycle to keep myself in shape. But I do travel less. The jetlag gets worse all the time.’

Yet his complexion is smooth and there are no rock star circles under his eyes. Has he indulged in un petit peu de Botox?

‘No way! I just live healthily. I also have good genes. People are jealous, like those who attack my music.’

Clayderman is in a league of his own, a fact that explains his popularity and the carping of musical purists.

‘I cause critics inconvenience, because they are not able to place me. I used to mind when critics were nasty about me, but it is stupid. I am not a classical pianist. I do not fit, and I have grown happy about that.’

Clayderman walks to the piano and begins to play a lush arrangement of the theme from Love Story. He looks at me with his heavy-lashed eyes, which are at once triste and tender.

Yes, he is still the Prince of Romance, even if Cupid’s arrows are becoming a little rusty with age.

‘I think I have found a harmony in my life,’ he says.

‘I am much more content as I get older because I can give more time to my family. I do not want to be some crazy obsessive who dies on stage.’

And what would his last wish be? A glass of champagne, I suggest hopefully.

He shakes his head and gives me a delightful grin: ‘Lower taxes.’

Richard Clayderman's Romantique is out on Decca Records on February 4.

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华文曲目的翻译源于 明月发布在 20楼的评论

01. Spartacus Adagio (04:44)
斯巴达克斯 柔板
02. Les Miserables. Medley (05:07)
悲惨世界[集锦]
03. Ballade Pour Adeline (02:38)
致艾德琳的诗
04. The Flower Duet (03:47)
花之二重唱 [拉克美]
05. West Side Story. Medley (04:45)
西区故事[集锦]
06. Someone Like You (04:38)
爱人如你[阿黛尔]
07. Montagues & Capulets (03:28)
蒙太古与凯普莱特家族[罗密欧与茱丽叶]
08 . Schindler’s List (03:40)
辛德勒的名单
09. Hallelujah (03:32)
哈利路亚
10. Le Onde (05:31)
海浪
11. O Mio Babbino Caro (03:18)
啊!我亲爱的爸爸[贾尼.斯基基]
12. You Raise Me Up (03:49)
你护持我
13. Nessun Dorma (03:05)
今夜无人入睡[图兰朵]

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Richard Clayderman (born Philippe Pagès, 28 December 1953) is a French pianist who has released numerous albums including the compositions of Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint, instrumental renditions of popular music, rearrangements of movie soundtracks, ethnic music, and easy-listening arrangements of popular works of classical music.



专辑曲目

01. Spartacus Adagio (04:44)
02. Les Miserables. Medley (05:07)
03. Ballade Pour Adeline (02:38)
04. The Flower Duet (03:47)
05. West Side Story. Medley (04:45)
06. Someone Like You (04:38)
07. Montagues & Capulets (03:28)
08. Schindler’s List (03:40)
09. Hallelujah (03:32)
10. Le Onde (05:31)
11. O Mio Babbino Caro (03:18)
12. You Raise Me Up (03:49)
13. Nessun Dorma (03:05)

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