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Pina Carmirelli -《协奏曲,作品Op.5, 7 》(Albinoni, Tomaso - 12 Concerti Op.5)[FLAC]

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    发行时间1989年
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专辑英文名Albinoni, Tomaso - 12 Concerti Op.5
专辑中文名协奏曲,作品Op.5, 7
艺术家Pina Carmirelli
古典类型全集作品
资源格式FLAC
发行时间1989年
地区意大利
语言英语
简介

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专辑介绍:

【阿尔比诺尼】
英文姓名:Tomaso Albinoni
国籍:义大利

  点盏小灯,放起卡拉杨的畅销天碟「慢板」,闭上眼睛,心似乎被阿尔比诺尼G 小调《为弦乐与管风琴所作的慢板》所牵引,越过现实空间的界限,在管风琴的渐弱尾奏中,往灵魂的最深处探入。托马索.阿尔比诺尼,这位比韦瓦第稍长的义大利后期巴洛克音乐巨匠,往往是在这样的场合中开始被爱乐者所认识。

  相较於有悠久历史的文艺复兴古城罗马,在文化上迎头赶上的拿波里,阿尔比诺尼是接续威尼斯乐派传统的代表性人物。他 1671 年生於威尼斯,是富有纸牌商人家庭的长子。他自小接受全面的音乐教育,从声乐、小提琴的演奏,进至作曲等都有涉猎。但在父亲去世前,他并没有认真考虑以音乐为职业。音乐之於他,不过是形构文化素养(dilettante)的一部份而已。父亲死后,由於他无须负担经营家族事业的任务,因此在其兄弟接管企业的同时,他也变成全职的音乐工作者。不过由於没有生活上的压力,他将大多数时间用在作曲上,产量颇丰。除在佛罗伦斯与慕尼黑做过短暂停留外,他长达约四十五年的职业生涯(1694-1741)都在家乡渡过。他与歌剧歌手成婚,主持过一家声乐学校,在当地得到不错的声誉,晚年苦於行动不便,活动量锐减,直到 1751 年逝世为止。

  或许与幼年所学有关,阿尔比诺尼的作品可大略分为声乐曲与器乐曲两部份。声乐部份包括超过 53 部的歌剧与数目甚多的清唱剧,不过除歌剧「在阿尔及尔的罗德里果」外,这些作品目前已不再上演。此外是数量不少的器乐曲,包括 54 首弦乐、双簧管与小提琴的协奏曲,与一些室内乐,如小号与弦乐的奏鸣曲与三重奏鸣曲等。这些乐曲虽说用器乐演奏,但阿尔比诺尼显然用歌唱的概念写作,将乐器当歌手使用。因此他作品中悠长而起伏适中的旋律线,往往令人想起美声歌剧。这些器乐曲随著义大利巴洛克音乐的向北传布,也被德国音乐家所沿用与改编。例如伟大的巴赫便曾根据他的主题,写作过四首赋格曲。

  如同一些在本世纪复古运动被重新发掘的巴洛克作曲家,阿尔比诺尼似乎在市场的炒作宣传下,与肃穆深邃的「慢板」划上了等号,有如巴海贝尔之於《卡农》,韦瓦第之於《四季》。但讽刺的是,这首招牌曲其实不是他的原作。该曲是在 1940 年代后期,一位音乐家,同时也是阿尔比诺尼传记的作者雷诺.贾作托,根据阿氏留下的六小节残谱所编写的。对一些爱乐者来说,以上说明听来似乎令人感到有些悵然。但从音乐史的角度观察,或许这样的故事,才是我们摆脱对阿尔比诺尼「一曲作曲家」的浮面印象,进而思索在世纪末欣赏复古音乐意义的起点也说不定呢。


I Musici (2) 挚爱的古典小品

80年代初期,在首席Pina Carmirelli的带领下,I Musici录制了一张非常悦耳亲民的古典音乐小品专辑. 这并不是从多个录音剪辑成的,而是一张道道地地Pina Carmirelli高超绝技的录音. 此红色封面唱片编号6514 370,为当时飞利浦数位录音的首版黑胶.

数位时代的再版,唱片编号410 606-1,I Musici的彩色合照改置封底. 这个唱片封面比较多人有印象,首版的CD以及代理版卡带便是採用这个封面. 该CD也是我的第一张I Musici的CD. 不论是黑胶或CD版本,曲目皆同: 莫札特小夜曲K525 / 海顿小夜曲Op.3-5 / 阿尔比诺尼g小调慢板 / 帕海贝尔卡农 / 包凯利尼小步舞曲 / 贝多芬小步舞曲 ,整张专辑仅约40分鐘.

也许是卖的很好,不久,再发版上市,唱片编号411 200-1,内容与首发版本完全一致,原I Musici合照改成黑白照缩小置於封底.

不管是哪一版,这个时期的I Musici是我最熟悉也是我认为最成熟的I Musici. 儘管这张唱片的演出曲目都不是太困难,不过在无指挥的状况下,这个时期的I Musici却是无比的精準与直接,绝不是那种华丽复古的虚幻乐团.

Tomaso Albinoni ● I Musici ‎– 12 Concerti A Cinque Op. 5
Label:Philips ‎– 422 251-2
Format:CD
Country:Germany
Released:1989
Genre:Classical
Style:Baroque

Credits

Composed By – Tomaso Albinoni

引用

5.0 out of 5 stars I Musici di Roma is the Mark of Excellence for Italian Baroque October 8, 2005
By Octavius
I've studied and listened to classical music for over 25 years and I have heard various renditions of Albinoni's Concertos. Besides a few other performances in Baroque circles, I have not heard many that even compare to I Musici in performing Albinoni or Italian Baroque generally. As with all of their performances, I Musici brings a clear and most passionate interpretation that few can match. There is no symphonic overkill that you would find with Solti or Karajan's 300-member orchestras nor is the performance a lifeless academic exercise at applying traditional Baroque techniques. Being undisputably one of the best Baroque musical groups in existence, I Musici performs the piece to perfection with its small chamber ensemble without a conductor. All of the instruments are period instruments bringing out a clear, sharp, incomparable sound.

Don't be deceived into buying other performances even if they are by great conductors and symphonies such as Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic or Solti and the Chicago/London Symphonies. Orchestral ensembles are generally too large for chamber pieces and most of the instruments used are modern. They are also recorded in too large of spaces so the performances sound like Beethoven's 9th instead of a chamber piece. There are other groups and recordings that are more faithful to Baroque techniques and traditional interpretations but their performances tend to be overly rigid and lifeless. The artists in such chamber groups generally come from academic backgrounds on traditional techniques and instruments instead of professional performance training and so are more focused on applying the techniques instead of evoking from them the mood required by the piece. Especially Italian Barouque which is always more freely expressive than German Baroque. This results in clumsy and lifeless performances where each musician painfully over-accentuates the proper techniques throughout the entire piece so that it comes out sounding as a cacophony instead of a symphony. I Musici is comprised of some of the finest classical musicians alive today and Pina Carmirelli is probably one of the best solo violinists to have ever performed with them (hear Carmirelli's 1982 performance with them for the Four Seasons!) They emphasize more on a passionate Italian Romantic interpretation in their performances instead of a rigid Baroque one and the results are most delightful to the ears. That perhaps is the only flaw in its interpretation of the often over-methodical Italian Baroque style for the concerti grossi. Although I Musici usually tends to again use a more fluid Italian Romantic style rather than a strict Baroque one, their shortcomings in that field are hardly a defect in their performances or this recording: on the contrary, they enhance them! These slight shortcomings are more than compensated for by I Musici performing with some of the best classical musicians exclusively on mostly Stradivarius strings within the size of a small Baroque chamber orchestra. Lastly, I Musici di Roma is also known for having some of the best sound engineering and mixing for its recordings than any other chamber group and this album is one of many great examples. The recording quality for this performance is so rich and clear for each instrument being played that you actually feel as if you are at a live performance each time you hear it.

I Musici di Roma is unequivocally one of the best, if not the best, performing groups for Baroque music and you won't go wrong buying any of their performances no matter whether the composers are from the Italian or German Baroque period. This particular recording is with Pina Carmirelli who is one of the best contemporary violinists for the Italian Baroque style along with others such as Salvatore Acardo. It is a great buy!

Orchestra – I Musici
Violin – Anna Maria Cotogni
Violin [Concertante] – Pina Carmirelli

Notes
Redcorded: la Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, 7/1981

Digital Recording
Barcode and Other Identifiers

Barcode: 0 28942 22512 1

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专辑曲目

01. Concerto No. 1 In B Flat 5:14
02. Concerto No. 2 In F 6:23
03. Concerto No. 3 In D 7:13
04. Concerto No. 4 In G 5:09
05. Concerto No. 5 In A Minor 7:20
06. Concerto No. 6 In C 6:28
07. Concerto No. 7 In D Minor 5:52
08. Concerto No. 8 In F 7:48
09. Concerto No. 9 In E Minor 4:12
10. Concerto No. 10 In A 5:05
11. Concerto No. 11 In G Minor 7:41
12. Concerto No. 12 In C 7:14

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