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Zuill Bailey -《『希伯来狂想曲「所罗门」』》(Cello Concerto - Bloch Schelomo & 3 Jewish Poems)[FLAC]

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专辑英文名Cello Concerto - Bloch Schelomo & 3 Jewish Poems
专辑中文名『希伯来狂想曲「所罗门」』
艺术家Zuill Bailey
古典类型全集作品
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2015年01月13日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

Zuill Bailey 是享誉国际的大提琴手之一,才华洋溢的他忙碌於全球各地演出

Zuill 所使用的是义大利制琴大师 Matteo Gofriller 於 1693 年制造的古董名琴。这把琴也曾为布达佩斯弦乐四重奏的大提琴手 Mischa Schneider 所使用过。其音色经过300餘年的岁月熟成与历任大师使用加持之下,愈发显得气质出眾、高贵优美。


布劳克 (布洛赫)

Ernest Bloch (1880.07.24 - 1959.07.15) 瑞士/美国

布劳克诞生於瑞士日内瓦 ,是犹太人作曲家、音乐教师。9岁开始学习小提琴,之后进入布鲁塞尔音乐院学习,期间师事小提琴家易萨伊。毕业后到欧洲各地旅行,1900~1901年间住在德国并学习作曲。

1916年移居美国,并且在1924年取得美国国籍。 美国各地的音乐学校相争聘请他当音乐教师。1920年12月,刚设立的克里夫兰音乐学校聘请他担任首席音乐总监,一直到1925年。1930年代几乎都在瑞士,但后来又回到美国。

他的初期作品显然受到理查‧史特劳斯的德国新浪漫主义、德布西的法国印象主义音乐两边的影响。这一时期的作品,包括歌剧『马克白』(1909年)。他成熟期的作品,包括最有名的几首,都以犹太教的典礼音乐,或犹太人的民俗音乐为题材。例如『希伯来狂想曲「所罗门」(Schelomo)』、『以色列交响曲(Israel Symphony)』(两曲均为1916年),小提琴曲『巴尔‧修姆(Baal Schem)』(1923年,「巴尔‧修姆」是犹太教思想家),男中音、合唱、管弦乐的『神圣祭典(Avodath Hakodesh)』(1933年)。为小提琴家西格提(Joseph Sziget)写的小提琴协奏曲、附有合唱的『美国狂想曲』(1926年)也是这时期的作品。会看到比较多元性,但本质上还是没有脱离浪漫主义的音乐语法。1951年的『希伯来组曲(Suite hébraïque)』依旧使用犹太的题材。『合奏协奏曲第2号』(1952年)则以浪漫主义的和声为基础,却使用巴洛克音乐的形式,以强调他对新古典主义的关心。后期的作品如弦乐四重奏曲,还可以看到无调音乐的要素。

『希伯来狂想曲「所罗门」』是由大提琴与管弦乐演奏的作品,不过几乎可以说是大提琴协奏曲。原曲名“Schelomo”是「所罗门」之意,作曲灵感得自大提琴家友人亚历山大‧巴尔扬斯基的妻子、雕刻家卡沙琳制作的所罗门雕像。这是以所罗门王为主题的音乐,其在高潮时的激动表现,正代表著古代以色列诸王中,有丰功伟业,筑起以色列最盛期的所罗门王。据圣经记载,所罗门王是耶路撒冷第一圣殿的建造者,并有超人的智慧,大量的财富和无上的权力。据布洛赫所说,在音乐里,大提琴独奏是所罗门王的声音,而管弦乐表示周遭的状况。首演时,由布劳克本人指挥管弦乐,并与他的代表作、附有独唱的交响曲『以色列交响曲』一起在音乐会中演奏。有如漩涡的高音弦乐器、吹奏重低音的铜管乐器、激烈的小号的对答、炸裂的铜鈸,轰然的定音鼓…,非常有力而厚实的管弦乐,咄咄逼人。而且这些旋律,都带有浓厚的民族色彩,因此更有动憾听者之力量。开头悠然歌唱的大提琴,总带点哀愁,但还是令人感到一股泰然的叡智。大提琴把所罗门王的这种气势表现无遗。加入双簧管与低音管之后,酿出东方气氛。乐曲一到高潮,听者会被捲入兴奋的漩涡。布洛赫很会开展感动情绪,听者被这种情绪的洪流推动得只有随波逐流。高潮过后,大提琴留下最后的句子静静的结束。

义大利音乐评论家桂德‧嘎第(Guido Maggiorino Gatti. 1892-1973)对此曲的大提琴旋律说,那延棉不断的句子,无限抒情的旋律,夸大而强烈的光芒与黑影,这些都让所罗门王带著他的荣华苏醒过来。富於感情的大提琴部分非常有说服力,而且没有一句是无表情的乐句,这就是使此曲成为名曲的理由。嘎第的评论正好中的,大提琴独奏甚具动人心弦之力量,布洛赫非常善用大提琴,整曲的架构也很良好。



布洛赫, 欧内斯特

布洛赫(1880-1959)生於瑞士,先后在布鲁塞尔、法兰克福学习,后来移居美国并入美国籍,在许多音乐学院任教,成为相当杰出的音乐教育家。 学习小提琴出身的布洛赫,曾拜易萨伊为师,创作以弦乐作品最令人眼睛一亮。他早期的作品深受浪漫乐派和印象乐派影响,中后期则常以犹太种族为题,包含许多犹太的宗教仪式与民间曲调元素,也能善加运用无调性音乐。其中最为著名的,是写给大提琴和管弦乐团的《所罗门》,以大提琴来描绘所罗门王的声音,管弦乐团代表週遭的环境,令许多乐迷回味再三。


引用
Bloch, Ernest

Ernest Bloch (July 24, 1880 – July 15, 1959) was a 20th-century Swiss-born American composer. Bloch was born in Geneva and began playing the violin at age 9. He began composing soon after. He studied music at the conservatory in Brussels, where his teachers included the celebrated Belgian violinist Eugène Ysaÿe. He then travelled around Europe, moving to Germany (where he studied composition from 1900–1901 with Iwan Knorr at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt), on to Paris in 1903 and back to Geneva before settling in the United States in 1916, taking American citizenship in 1924. He held several teaching appointments in the U.S., with George Antheil, Frederick Jacobi, Quincy Porter, Bernard Rogers, and Roger Sessions among his pupils. In 1917 Bloch became the first teacher of composition at Mannes College The New School for Music, a post he held for three years. In December 1920 he was appointed the first Musical Director of the newly formed Cleveland Institute of Music, a post he held until 1925. Following this he was director of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music until 1930. In 1941, Bloch moved to the small coastal community of Agate Beach, Oregon and lived there the rest of his life. He taught and lectured at the University of California, Berkeley until 1952. He died in 1959 in Portland, Oregon, of cancer at the age of 78. His body was cremated and his ashes were scattered near his home in Agate Beach. The Bloch Memorial has been moved from near his house in Agate Beach to a more prominent location at the Newport Performing Arts Center in Newport, Oregon.


Original Release Date: January 13, 2015
Release Date: January 13, 2015
Label: Steinway and Sons
Copyright: © 2015 Steinway and Sons
Total Length: 1:04:14
Genres: Classical
ASIN: B00QWF04GM

NICO MUHLY: Cello Concerto; ERNEST BLOCH: Schelomo; Three Jewish Poems – Zuill Bailey, cello/Indianapolis Sym. Orch./Jun Märkl – Steinway & Sons
Features the virtuoso cello playing of Zuill Bailey.

Published on February 23, 2015
NICO MUHLY: Cello Concerto; ERNEST BLOCH: Schelomo; Three Jewish Poems – Zuill Bailey, cello/Indianapolis Sym. Orch./Jun Märkl – Steinway & Sons
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NICO MUHLY: Cello Concerto; ERNEST BLOCH: Schelomo; Three Jewish Poems – Zuill Bailey, cello/Indianapolis Sym. Orch./Jun Märkl – Steinway & Sons 30049 (1/13/15) 64:53 ****:

A very good reason to hear this release is to hear the wonderful playing of Zuill Bailey. I have heard Mr. Bailey but once before in his amazing recording of the Britten Cello Symphony, but he is a compelling artist. Bailey is gifted with a beautiful tone, fabulous technique and sensitive interpretation.

Of the three works here, Ernst Bloch’s Schelomo (Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra) is the war horse. This long, plaintive and dramatic tone poem (almost) for cello and orchestra takes its inspiration from The Book of Ecclesiastes and, in this work, the cello is intended to be the voice of Solomon as the work weaves its way, luxuriously; sometimes mournfully, through three section; an opening rhapsody, a middle which utilizes an old German-Jewish melody, from Bloch’s childhood, Kodosh Attoh and a final, desperate utterance from the cello as Solomon cries for humanity. I have heard this work many times, including once with Zara Nelsova. Bailey’s performance here ranks with the best.

Bloch’s Three Jewish Poems is another of the works for cello and orchestra that the composer thought of as his “Jewish Cycle” (which were written over fifteen years beginning in 1911 with this work, continuing with Schelomo and Baal Shem and culminating in 1926 with The Voice in the Wilderness. Almost all of Bloch’s work speaks to his heritage and his own personal experiences growing up in central Europe. This particular work was new to me and I find it lovely and quite personal. The three movements each carry a different tone: Danse and Rite both have a very ceremonial sound to them while the last, Cortège funèbre, was written specifically to commemorate Bloch’s father.

One of the best reasons to acquire this recording is to hear the new and scintillating Cello Concerto by the young American composer Nico Muhly. Muhly is a graduate of Columbia and has been writing music since he was barely in junior high school. He studied with John Corigliano and Christopher Rouse (to help underscore his youth!) I have heard some of his music before, most notably his opera Two Boys and his chamber work Drones. What I have heard I like a great deal. His style is refreshingly hard to describe but is consistently colorful and captivating. The middle Part Two to his Concerto is especially lovely and makes maximum use of a drone that evolves into a tinkling a metallic percussion and brass. The finale is a bright, propulsive example of what the composer calls “process music” – in this case a highly engaging style that carries some John Adams-like riffs into near-jazz territory. This is a wonderful work and, honestly, I would get this recording for just this piece.

Regardless, Bailey’s work on all of these bona fide showpieces is ecstatic and I haven’t heard the Indianapolis Symphony in a while (not since Raymond Leppard to be honest) but they are a first class orchestra and German conductor Jun Märkl gets some great results from them. I enjoyed this disc a lot and Steinway & Sons (also new to me as their recording division) produced a very full-sounding recording (which was actually done by Michael Bishop and Thomas Moor of Five/Four Productions – formerly with Telarc) with very helpful jewelbox-alternative packaging.

—Daniel Coombs




Muhly: Cello Concerto; Bloch / Zuill Bailey

Release Date: 01/13/2015
Label: Steinway & Sons Catalog #: 30049
Composer: Ernest Bloch, Nico Muhly
Performer: Zuill Bailey
Conductor: Jun Märkl
Orchestra/Ensemble: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 1 Hours 5 Mins.


Zuill Bailey, one of the world's premiere cellists, performs acclaimed American composer Nico Muhly's Cello Concerto -- A world premiere recording performed with the Indianapolis Symphony conducted by Jun Märkl. Originally commissioned by the Barbican, the work received its American premiere with the Indianapolis Symphony in 2013 and that performance is the source for this recording. Also included on the album are two works by the great Swiss composer, Ernest Bloch: the Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra, again featuring Zuill Bailey as soloist, and the Three Jewish Poems for Orchestra.


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专辑曲目

1. Zuill Bailey, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - Schelomo, Hebraic Rhapsody for Cello and Orchestra (22:10)
2. Zuill Bailey, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - Pt. I (5:11)
3. Zuill Bailey, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - Pt. II (5:44)
4. Zuill Bailey, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - Pt. III (6:57)
5. Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - No. 1, Danse (7:57)
6. Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - No. 2, Rite (6:32)
7. Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra & Jun Markl - No. 3, CortГЁge funГЁbre (9:41)

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