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Charles Mackerras -《莫扎特第38-41号交响曲》(MOZART: Symphonies 38-41)[Linn Records] [24bits 88.2KHz][FLAC]

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    古典类型交响曲
    发行时间2007年8月9日
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专辑英文名MOZART: Symphonies 38-41
专辑中文名莫扎特第38-41号交响曲
艺术家Charles Mackerras
古典类型交响曲
资源格式FLAC
版本[Linn Records] [24bits 88.2KHz]
发行时间2007年8月9日
地区英国
语言英语
简介

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专辑介绍:

专辑英文名: Mozart Symphonies Nos.38-41
  专辑中文名: 莫扎特第38-41号交响曲
  艺术家: Sir Charles Mackerras 查尔斯.马克拉斯爵士
  古典类型: 交响曲
  版本: BBC Music Awards 2009 Disc of the Year!
  发行时间: 2008年
  地区: 英国
  简介:

  BBC Music Award 2009刚刚于上周宣布,特此发布这张年度唱片!
  专辑信息:
  作曲家:Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 莫扎特
  指挥家:Sir Charles Mackerras (查尔斯.马克拉斯爵士)
  乐团:Scottish Chamber Orchestra (苏格兰室内乐团)
  出版公司:Linn
  出版编号:CKD308
  录音时间:2007年8月3-9日
  专辑介绍:

  上世纪90年代,马克拉斯爵士曾经和布拉格室内乐团为Telarc公司录制过莫扎特的交响曲全集,当时获得了相当的好评。此次指挥苏格兰室内乐团所录制的最后四首交响曲,更是荣膺2009年的BBC年度唱片大奖。就指挥风格而言,前后两次录音并没有太大区别,马克拉斯依然保持了其自然流畅的风格,速度轻快,节奏紧凑。苏格兰室内乐团的表现也丝毫不逊于布拉格的同行,弦乐合奏整齐统一,音色也更加温暖舒适。尽管Telarc也是以优异的录音品质而著称,但是相比较而言,Linn的录音更加清晰通透,空间感与细节呈现都非常完美。总之,这是一张各方面都非常值得收藏的唱片。
 
 指挥家介绍:
  查尔斯.马克拉斯1925年11月17日出生在美国纽约州谢涅克塔迪。他早年就读于澳大利亚悉尼的新南威尔斯音乐院,后前往布拉格音乐院进修。他在1948年担任英国的塞德勒威尔歌剧院(后改为英国国家歌剧院)指挥,1954年任BBC音乐会乐团首席指挥。1966年到德国的汉堡国家歌剧院担任指挥,1985年任裏兹爱乐协会音乐总监。之后,还曾经担任苏格兰室内乐团的音乐总监,捷克爱乐乐团的首席客席指挥,三藩市歌剧院的首席客席指挥等职位。由于在布拉格修习指挥之故,使得Charles Mackerras对于如扬纳切克等捷克音乐较为熟悉,除此之外对于歌剧的指挥也有丰富的经验。


Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Conductor Sir Charles Mackerras
Band Scottish Chamber Orchestra

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Symphonies No. 38 - 41
Scottish Chamber Orchestra
Charles Mackerras



Album Information

A multi-award winning double album of some of Mozart's finest symphonic works.

The SACD layer is both 5.1 channel and 2-channel.
Download includes - cover art, inlay, booklet


Produced by James Mallinson

This recording was named BBC Music Magazine's one of '5 Essential Works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart' by BBC Music Magazine in 2012 as well as being a winner at the 2009 Classical BRIT Awards (Critics' Award 2009) and the 2009 BBC Music Magazine Awards (Disc of the Year Award and Orchestral Award).

In their original review BBC Music Magazine stated: ‘These performances are so exhilarating that I listened to all four symphonies straight through at a first hearing, mesmerised by the variety and intensity of the music itself, sounding here completely fresh, and the virtually flawless renderings by the excellent Scottish Chamber Orchestra, with Sir Charles Mackerras at his most penetrating.'

This much-loved recording has received many awards and plaudits since its release in 2008:

Best Classical Record of 2008. The Sunday Times
Best Classical Record of 2008. HMV Choice
A disc of the year. BBC Radio 3's CD Review
A disc of the year. BBC Radio 4's Front Row
A disc of the year. Classic FM's The New CD Show
Gramophone Recommended. Gramophone
Classical CD of the Week. The Sunday Times
Orchestral Disc of the Month. BBC Music Magazine
Album of the Month. HiFi News

引用
Program Note by Sir Charles Mackerras
http://www.linnrecords.com/recor ... ies.aspx#sircharles

The four symphonies presented here show Mozart at his most diverse, both in musical content and in orchestral colouration. At least two of them have a distinctly operatic flavour. The ‘Prague' Symphony No 38, K.504, performed in that city at the height of the 'Figaro mania', contains many of the sounds and moods we associate with that opera and perhaps even more with Mozart's later Prague opera, Don Giovanni. Consider the solemn slow introduction which ends with a poignant chromatic passage in D minor so like a cry of pain. This gives way to an ingenious three part Allegro theme which is repeated over and over again in different contrapuntal combinations (though never once identically). This is perhaps the most intellectual movement of any of Mozart's symphonies, save perhaps the last pages of the ‘Jupiter'. The Andante and the mercurial Finale present so many shades and moods, changing continually from major to minor, that they remind one irresistibly of the big finales in Figaro and Don Giovanni.

Similarly, the next symphony, Symphony No 39 in E flat, K.543, has an orchestral colour unique in Mozart's symphonies. This comes from his use of clarinets rather then traditional oboes as the main woodwind instrument. Mozart had already used the clarinet in the key of E flat to gorgeous effect in both da Ponte operas (consider much of the music associated with the Figaro Countess and Donna Elvira). He had also used the softer colours of the clarinet in his E flat Piano Concerto, K.482. However, the instrument pervades the whole symphony and there is hardly a phrase where its limpid quality does not add entirely new colours to Mozart's symphonic palette. The immense range of the clarinet (because of its cylindrical bore) is used to great effect in the trio of the minuet in which the first plays a serene melody high up in its register, while the 2nd chortles away on an accompaniment two octaves lower.

The Symphony No 40 in G minor, K.550, has been described severally as "frantic, anguished neuroticism" (H.C Robbins Landon) and of "Grecian lightness and grace" (Robert Schumann). The outer movements indeed express a nervous quality not present in Mozart's minor key piano concertos or in his earlier 'Sturm und Drang' 'little' G Minor Symphony, K.183. Note how the consoling second subject in the relative major key sinks to the depth of despair in the recapitulation, as it refuses all comfort in the home minor key. This is especially true of the Finale where the development section starts off with an almost Schönbergian tone row and then leads the listener through a bewildering number of foreign keys until finally it lands back in its original G minor.

Mozart first composed this tragic work featuring the plangent tones of the oboes against the throbbing of the strings. However, he re-wrote the woodwind parts to include his favourite clarinets. In the slow movement we again hear the clarinets in the key of E flat, while in the trio of the minuet the oboes are allowed to come to the fore in a sunny G major.

Mozart's last symphony, Symphony No 41 in C major, K.551, later dubbed ‘Jupiter', probably because of its majestic opening movement or its 'jovial' and 'Titanic' finale, seems to sum up Mozart's whole symphonic production with its subtlety and grandeur. But amidst the fanfares of trumpets and drums of those outer movements, Mozart still has one new colour up his sleeve: the muted violins of the slow 2nd movement. Mozart hardly ever used this colour in a symphony and yet the Master says ‘farewell' to the symphonic form by means of a gorgeous veil over the sound, investing a special quality in it which even pervades the great C Major climax in the second part of the movement. A truly original colour in this final symphony of endless tonal variety.

© Sir Charles Mackerras, 2007


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Sir Alan Charles Maclaurin Mackerras, AC, CH, CBE (/məˈkɛrəs/; 17 November 1925 – 14 July 2010)[1][2] was an Australian conductor. He was an authority on the operas of Janáček and Mozart, and the comic operas of Gilbert and Sullivan. He was long associated with the English National Opera (and its predecessor) and Welsh National Opera and was the first Australian chief conductor of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.



专辑曲目

01. Symphony No. 38 in D major (‘Prague’), K.504 - I Adagio - Allegro 17:43
02. Symphony No. 38 in D major (‘Prague’), K.504 - II Andante 11:18
03. Symphony No. 38 in D major (‘Prague’), K.504 - III Finale: Presto 7:46
04. Symphony No. 39 in E flat major, K.543 - I Adagio - Allegro 9:50
05. Symphony No. 39 in E flat major, K.543 - II Andante con moto 8:02
06. Symphony No. 39 in E flat major, K.543 - III Minuetto (Allegretto) & Trio 4:22
07. Symphony No. 39 in E flat major, K.543 - IV Finale: Allegro 7:49
08. Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K.550 - I Molto allegro 7:07
09. Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K.550 - II Andante 3:25
10. Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K.550 - III Menuetto: Allegretto 4:04
11. Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K.550 - IV Finale: Allegro assai 9:27
12. Symphony No. 41 in C major (‘Jupiter’), K.551 - I Allegro vivace 11:28
13. Symphony No. 41 in C major (‘Jupiter’), K.551 - II Andante cantabile 10:27
14. Symphony No. 41 in C major (‘Jupiter’), K.551 - III Menuetto: Allegretto 5:03
15. Symphony No. 41 in C major (‘Jupiter’), K.551 - IV Molto allegro 11:30

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