韦瓦第 / 六首晚期小提琴协奏曲
VIVALDI: LATE VIOLIN CONCERTOS
本片并非「又一张四季」，而是韦瓦第极少被演奏的六闕晚期小提琴协奏曲精品，这些近年才被发掘出版的无标题作品，被音乐学者认为曲曲皆有凌驾《四季》之势，不仅曲式严谨端正，韦瓦第个性化的旋律线更是引人入胜。这六闕小提琴协奏曲皆为世界首度录音，由当今巴洛克时期小提琴巨匠卡密诺拉(Giuliano Carmignola)担纲演出，卡密诺拉被美国唱片指南(American Record Guide)称「对韦瓦第音乐的了解，远胜於之前所有的小提琴演奏家」，而担任协奏大任的则是当今威尼斯唯一一个以演奏早期音乐闻名的「威尼斯巴洛克管絃乐团」，这张专辑不仅是韦瓦第这六部作品的首度录音，相信往后也很难被超越。
商品条码 : 5099708936228
商品编号 : SK89362
演奏者 : 卡密诺拉 Giuliano Carmignola - 查看所有专辑
专辑名称 : 韦瓦第:六首晚期小提琴协奏曲
Vivaldi Late Volin Concertos
音乐类型 : 古典音乐 [CD ]
发行公司/日期 : SONY MUSIC
Giuliana Carmignola - Vivaldi: late Violin Ctos - premiere
Carmignola and Marcon claim "première recording" status for these six concertos, and there's not a dull one among them. Benjamin Folkman's booklet notes do not justify why these are "late" concertos. At any rate, dating Vivaldi's works often is very difficult. At best, I'd agree that they are stylistically consistent with works known to be written in the latter years of Vivaldi's career. (The "RV" numbers are for cataloguing, and tell us little about chronology; a low RV number may belong to an early work as well as to a late one.)
The first concerto presented here, RV 386, will remind many listeners of "Winter" from The Four Seasons – the soloist certainly presents a stormy aspect here, but one that is touched, at the same time, with a little malicious glee. All of the minor-key concertos are full of drama, however, and the musicians relish their opportunities to send little shivers of delight down listeners' spines. Another delight is the appearance of the archlute, the theorbo, and the Baroque guitar, particularly in the slow movements, where their mellow plucking ticks off the gentle seconds. It's enough to make one heave a sigh of relief after a busy or stressful day at work.
The ensemble is delightfully throaty on this CD. Marcon emphasizes the bass voices: the cellos rumble along like fullbacks at a college football game, and the harpsichord's lower register is attacked with something akin to violence. There's a lot of feline pouncing on cadences here. If it were more exaggerated, I'd suggest that Marcon was imitating Harnoncourt, but I think he's just very excited by the music, and can't resist conveying that excitement to the listener. Carmignola, a pupil of Milstein and Szeryng, among others, is perfectly partnered by Marcon. The violinist's attacks are strong, and while he plays beautifully, this is hyper-masculine musicianship. Marcon and Carmignola have teamed up for other Sony Classical releases, including two other Vivaldi discs (one that includes The Four Seasons), and Bach's Sonatas for Violin and Harpsichord. All are outstanding, and the present CD is cut from the same cloth. Sony is extremely fortunate to have signed Carmignola and Marcon to the label. I hope they make dozens of recordings for Sony.
The recording was made in Manzano (Undine), Italy, and makes use of 24-bit and DSD technology. The sound is outstanding – conveying detail, space, and weight.
Release date:22nd Nov 2002
Catalog Number: SK 87733 | 1cd, 368.94 MB
It is important to note that these concertos were composed by Vivaldi (1678-1741) late in his career. Do not try to associate any type of chronology to the RV numbering of Vivaldi's works, as this numbering represents a simple cataloguing. You might be wondering, what makes a "late" Vivaldi concerto different from any other Vivaldi concerto. Well, the later concertos strike me as bolder and less formulaic, and are filled with rhythmic and harmonic surprises not found in the earlier concertos. For instance, the solo part is more than just busy sixteenth note writing (of course there is some of that, though), but rather it is a combination of arching lyrical lines and virtuosic passages of invigorating, swift figurations, with plenty of accents and the occasional double stop to add flavor. The unusual harmonic progressions present in these concertos are also rather striking. Some of these harmonic intricacies are subtle (Track 13), while others boldly proclaim themselves (ex: Track 1). Additionally, the "late" Vivaldi concertos appear to be longer than his published concertos (the ones with the opus numbers). Surprisingly, a couple of the movements exceed five minutes.
Artist: Andrea Marcon
Release Year: 2001
Record Label: Sony Classical
Genre: Classical, Concerto, Sinfonia
Playing Time: 74 min.
Contributing Artists: Andrea Marcon
Distributor: Naxos (Distributor)
*Artist: CARMIGNOLA,GIULIANA *Genre: Classical Music *Release Date: 7-AUG-2001.
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Label: COLUMBIA RECORDS/SONY 2110898
Genre: Classical Music
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Concerto in B Minor for Violin, RV 386
01. I. Allegro ma poco
02. II. Larghetto
03. III. Allegro
Concerto in D Minor for Violin, RV 235
04. I. Allegro non molto
05. II. Adagio
06. III. Allegro
Concerto in F Major for Violin, RV 296
07. I. Allegro ma poco
08. II. Largo
09. III. Allegro
Concerto in E-Flat Major for Violin, RV 258
10. I. Largo – Andante molto
11. II. Largo
12. III. Allegro
Concerto in B Minor for Violin, RV 389
13. I. Allegro poco
14. II. Largo
15. III. Allegro
Concerto in E-Flat Major for Violin, RV 251
16. I. Allegro ma poco
17. II. Largo
18. III. Allegro