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Rachel Podger & Gary Cooper -《莫札特小提琴奏鸣曲全集》(Mozart Complete Violin Sonatas)[8 CD][FLAC]

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    古典类型奏鸣曲
    发行时间2005年11月01日
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专辑英文名Mozart Complete Violin Sonatas
专辑中文名莫札特小提琴奏鸣曲全集
古典类型奏鸣曲
资源格式FLAC
版本[8 CD]
发行时间2005年11月01日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

 拉克儿 波洁Rachel Podger,出生於英国,在德国的鲁道夫斯坦因音乐学校习音乐,然后再回英国习小提琴,曾在Guildhall学校师事Parry Hart,和多位大师习音乐,后来喜爱上古乐器与音乐,逐而加入古乐团,成为小提琴古乐家,她最喜爱拉奏十七世纪和十八世纪的古乐曲,在1997年她并和古乐指挥家宾诺克合作过演出,她现在是乐坛的顶佳独奏家及演出家,受各地的竞邀不断。

 这套由她拉奏莫札特的小提琴奏鸣曲,她以1739年制造的巴洛克名琴“Pesarinius”Genoa的漂亮声音,完美无缺及优美的詮释,使这套莫札特小提琴奏鸣曲的音乐更有活生感,空气感及音响性完美!可说现代的另一必听及选择的极佳版本之一。

Gary Cooper fortepiano
Rachel Podger violin
Fortepiano: Anton Walter, Vienna 1795; copy by Derek Adlam, 1987
Violin: Pesarinius 1739


Performer: Gary Cooper, Rachel Podger
Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Audio CD (January 11, 2005)
SPARS Code: DDD
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Hybrid SACD - DSD, Import
Label: Channel Classics Nl
ASIN: B0006959QA

Rachel Podger's bracing traversal of Vivaldi's La Stravaganza set of violin concertos are among the finest Baroque recordings, leading to high expectations for more. But here, she and fortepianist Gary Cooper, venture into the more rarified world of Mozart, with considerably less success. They offer four sonatas, to which they apply a roller-coaster interpretive method, swinging from overly slow, sentimentalized Adagios to hyperkinetic fast movements undermined by Podger's uningratiating tone, which is highlighted by the excellent, if close-up recording. Missing in action are the Mozartian elegance and grace at the core of these works. The K.6, written when Mozart was about seven, and the late K.547, a teaching piece he wrote for a pupil, are inflated beyond what they can bear. The K. 378 and K.379 pair, which can take emotionally direct interpretations, are overbearing without the necessary elegance. Podger's fans will want this anyway, but she'd do well to listen carefully to Grumiaux's Mozart before continuing this sonata series. --Dan Davis

引用
This is the first volume from Gary Cooper and Rachel Podger of their projected series of Mozart’s complete set of sonatas for keyboard and violin. We are told that the series will be completed during 2005/6.

My reference book credits Mozart with composing some forty-two sonatas for keyboard and violin. These undoubtedly bear witness to the development of the modern violin sonata. Imparting life into the genre Mozart, it is said, was responsible for bringing the dramatic violin sonata to near perfection in perhaps the same way that Haydn developed the form of the string quartet.

On this first volume Rachel Podger uses a 1739 baroque violin by Pesarinius and Gary Cooper a fortepiano that is a modern copy constructed in 1987 by Derek Adlam after Anton Walter, Vienna 1795. I’m rather puzzled why Cooper will use a fortepiano for some of the sonatas in the series but not for others. In the early Sonata in C major KV6 which Mozart composed for harpsichord and violin he uses the fortepiano. Later in the series we are told that for some works he will use an English 18th century harpsichord. The photograph on the booklet cover places violinist Rachel Podger in the limelight with only a hazy picture of fortepianist Gary Cooper in the background. That said, in these sonatas it is his instrument to which Mozart has given the lion’s share of the work.

This CD includes four violin sonatas, one of which is the first of a set that he wrote as an eight year old. There are also two sonatas from his middle period and his very last violin sonata, written in 1788. The delineation between Mozart’s early, middle and late sonatas shows an incredible variation and wealth of material. When hearing performances such as these one wonders why these attractive and rewarding sonatas are not heard more often.

The Sonata in G major KV 379 forms part of the six sonatas of Mozart’s Op.2, published by Artaria in 1781. This is a significant work and opens with a most melodic and spacious adagio before plunging into a passionately pleading allegro. The final movement andantino cantabile consists of a melody with five variations. The violin has to repeatedly wait out solo passages for the keyboard.

In 1763 Mozart and his parents set off on a grand tour of Europe in Paris giving a concert for King Louis XV. It was at this time in Paris that Mozart published his set of the Sonatas for harpsichord and violin KV 6-9. The early Sonata in C major KV 6 belongs to that Paris set; a set that with rather timid beginnings features a risingly dominant role for the keyboard. It is said that the 1764 score was almost certainly a collaboration between the young Mozart and his father.

The next work is the Sonata in F major KV 547 from 1788 and is Mozart’s final composition in the genre. Mozart seemed to indicate a somewhat lightweight nature for piece with the phrase, "a little keyboard sonata for beginners, with violin accompaniment." In fact the sonata is anything but lightweight and Mozart must have been making a tongue-in-cheek remark.

The final work here is the Sonata in B flat major KV 378 which forms part of the Op. 2 Artaria set. The work is Mozart’s twenty-sixth violin sonata and was completed in 1779 shortly after the death of his mother. The score opens with a brilliant allegro moderato, the central movement is a deeply felt andantino and the finale contains a characteristic interlude before a return to the rondo theme.

It was a joy to hear this Channel Classics release and I was captivated from start to finish. There is such a wonderful blend of marvellous music and quite superb performances from this supremely talented duo. The opening movement adagio of the Sonata in G major KV 370 was so deeply moving that I felt a shiver down my spine and it is a movement that so marvellously sets the scene for the release. The sound made by many fortepianos on record I have found uncomfortable on the ear. Not so in this case as Gary Cooper’s chosen instrument has a most appealing mellow timbre that is never harsh and abrasive. The recording venue of the Church of Our Lady St Mary in South Creake, Norfolk proves an inspired choice. Credit must go to the engineers at Channel Classics who have done a marvellous job with the sound which is vivid and extremely lifelike.

The astoundingly mature playing of Rachel Podger and Gary Cooper is full of character in near flawless performances of works that are packed with high quality and extraordinary interest.

Michael Cookson


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专辑曲目

CD 1

1. Sonata in G Major KV 379
2. Sonata in C Major KV 6
3. Sonata in F Major KV 547
4. Sonata in B flat Major KV 378

Instruments: Fortepiano: Anton Walter, Vienna 1795; copy by
Derek Adlam, 1987

CD 2

1. Sonata in C Major KV 303 (293c)
2. Sonata in D Major KV 7 (1763-64)
3. Sonata in G Major KV 301 (293a)
4. Sonata in F Major, KV 30 (1766)
5. Sonata in E flat Major KV 481

Instruments:
Fortepiano: Anton Walter, Vienna 1795; copy by Derek Adlam, 1987
Violin; Pesarinius 1739

CD 3

1. Sonata in Bb, K.454 [Vienna, 21 April 1784]
2. Sonata in C, K.28 [The Hague, Feb 1766]
3. Andante & Fuge in a, K.402 (385e) [Vienna, 1782
4. Andante & Allegretto in C, K.404 (385d) [Vienna, 1782]
5. Sonata in Bb, K.8 [Paris, Jan. 1764]
6. Sonata in Eb, K.380 (374f) [Vienna, 1781]

CD 4

1. Sonata in Eb, K.302 (293b)
2. Sonata in G, K.9 3 Allegro spiritoso
3. Sonata in e minor, K.304 (300c)
4. Sonata in D, K.29
5. Sonata in A, K.526

CD 5

1. Sonata in A, KV 305
2. Sonata in C, KV 403 (385c)
3. Sonata in Bb, KV 31
4. Sonata in D, KV 306

CD 6

1. Sonata in F major, KV376 (374d)
2. Sonata in C major, KV296
3. Sonata in F major for Pianoforte KV App. 135 (547a)
4. Sonata in G major, KV27

CD 7

Vol. 7

1. Allegro in Bb major, K.372 [from an incomplete Sonata first movement, completed by Abbe Maximilian Stadler]
2. Sonata in Eb major, K.26
3. Fantasia in C minor for Piano, K.394 [after a fragment of a work for Violin & Piano by Mozart, composed by Stadler]
4. 12 Variations in G major, 'La Bergère Célimène' K.374a
5. 6 Variations in G minor, 'Hélas, j'ai perdu mon amant' K.374b

Vol. 8

1. Sonata in B Flat Major, KV10
2. Sonata in G Major, KV11
3. Sonata in A Major, KV12
4. Sonata in F Major, KV13
5. Sonata in C Major, KV14
6. Sonata in B Flat Major, KV15

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