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Pavel Haas Quartet -《德佛札克:弦乐四重奏OP.106 & OP.96「美国」》(Dvořák:String Quartets Op. 106 & 96)[FLAC]

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    发行时间2010年10月14日
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专辑英文名Dvořák:String Quartets Op. 106 & 96
专辑中文名德佛札克:弦乐四重奏OP.106 & OP.96「美国」
艺术家Pavel Haas Quartet
古典类型室内乐
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2010年10月14日
地区美国
语言英语
简介

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专辑介绍:

2011留声机大奖年度专辑&最佳室内乐专辑、BBC 音乐杂誌当月最佳专辑(2010.12)

甫以本辑一举拿下2011留声机杂誌大奖室内乐与年度专辑,成立时间虽短,却已经累积丰富而响亮的名声。乐团团名乃是纪念来自捷克的同名作曲家,也是杨纳杰克的得意门生,然而二战时因为犹太人身份惨遭迫害逝於集中营。德佛札克在弦乐四重奏OP.96「美国」即将完稿时曾於笔记上写著「我很满意,彷彿文思泉涌...」。这首於新世界交响曲后不久发表的作品,在音乐史上可说是最优美的四重奏之一,同样也是德佛札克旅居美国时的代表歌曲。「我希望就这么一次,写点什么旋律简单朗朗上口的东西」。美国方面甚至有评论如此盛讚「为什么德佛札克不早点抵达,如此便能在美国谱出更多伟大的音乐」。然而对2002年才成立的帕菲尔哈斯四重奏而言,不管是美国四重奏,或是规模比前者扩大许多,写於1895年德佛札克二度自美返国后的首部作品106号,都是他由衷反应内心的经典代表。若之前没听过这个乐团,请务必现在牢牢记住他们的名字,这将会是你往后CD收藏架上的必备品!


德佛札克:弦乐四重奏OP.106 & OP.96「美国」 Dvorak:String Quartets Op. 106 & 96

专辑编号: SU4038
专辑类型: 单CD
发行年份: 2010
国际条码: 0099925403829
音乐家:
Pavel Haas Quartet 帕菲尔.哈斯弦乐四重奏
音乐厂牌: SUPRAPHON
库存状态: 有库存

「巴维‧哈斯四重奏对音乐有惊人的詮释能力。」《爱尔兰独立报》 以捷克作曲家巴维.哈斯命名,四位年轻捷克乐手带着斯拉夫民族的优雅与热情,组成「最刺激的四重奏组合」(《泰晤士报》)。四重奏推出的首张唱片,除勇夺BBC音乐杂誌2007年最佳新人奖,更获《留声机》最佳室乐大碟奖。 巴维.哈斯四重奏自2005年赢得意大利著名的波西亚尼比赛后一举成名,在短短数年内躋身世界顶级四重奏之列,获邀参与爱丁堡国际艺术节、琉森音乐节及BBC逍遥音乐节等盛大音乐活动,且获一致好评。
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引用
Dvořák* – Pavel Haas Quartet ‎– String Quartets G Major Op. 106 & F Major Op. 96 "American"
Label: Supraphon ‎– SU 4038-2
Format: CD, Album
Country: Czech Republic
Released: 2010
Genre: Classical
Style: Romantic


"I’m satisfied. It went quickly... " Antonín Dvořák jotted down at the end of the sketch for his String Quartet Op. 96. The work, one of the most beautiful quartet pieces in the history of music, originated in America hard on the heels of the “New World” Symphony. I wanted to write for once something very melodious and simple, and I always kept Papa Haydn before my eyes. The American critics lavished it with praise: “Why didn’t Dvořák come here earlier, since he can write such great music in America.” The “American” quartet, and, perhaps to an even greater extent, the subsequent quartet, Op. 106, the first composition Dvořák created after his return from America, are a heartfelt matter for the youthful Pavel Haas Quartet.

In the wake of the previous, highly acclaimed recordings of the complete quartet works of Janáček, Haas and Prokofiev (Classic FM Gramophone Award, BBC Music Magazine Award, MIDEM Cannes Classical Award, etc.), the ensemble displays its outstanding qualities performing the paramount Dvořák pieces too: equilibrium between precision and spontaneity, remarkable interplay and the “solo” potential of all the musicians.

The most popular Dvořák’s chamber repertoire performed by one of the world’s most exciting string quartets.




Sunday Times

14th November 2010

*****


“The Pavel Haas players revel in the turbulence of the opening movement, but they savour the lyricism of the beautiful adagio, the rhythmic energy of the scherzo and the exuberance of the finale’s fiery allegro. Their account of the American Quartet belongs alongside the greatest performances on disc. In this repertoire, they are simply matchless today.”
Gramophone Magazine

December 2010


“The Pavel Haas Quartet play with plenty of feeling and they also relish the rhythmic cut and thrust of the Molto vivace third movement, capturing to perfection the more relaxed Trio's sunny spirit.The final opens to a gentle smile then keys up for some dancing exuberance...there's an abundance of varied drama”
BBC Music Magazine

December 2010

*****


“Throughout, their understanding of the musical argument is exemplary...at every stage the performers respond with both passion and a clear feeling for musical , there are so many details that delight the ear it would be almost impossible to list the all”
Classic FM Magazine

January 2011

***


“there's an arresting energy and atmosphere to the performances and they certainly contain new perspectives...the product is beautifully presented.”
International Record Review

December 2010


“The freshness of the Pavel Haas Quartet's sound and approach is in the main a perfect match for this music: its wide-ranging palette, from intimate whispers to grander, symphonic gestures, is aptly deployed. Its tone is in general sweetly blended, homogenous and with obvious close rapport.”


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Product Details

Performer: Pavel Haas Quartet
Composer: Antonin Dvorak
Audio CD (November 2, 2010)
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Supraphon
ASIN: B0043XCKJO

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Assured, musical performances that fall short of the highest rank
By Santa Fe Listener HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 30, 2011
Format: Audio CD
This is an acclaimed CD by a group so unknown in the U.S. that some background is helpful. The Gramophone usually favors British artists, so it's surprising that Record of the Year should go to a rising string quartet from the Czech Republic, one that takes its name from a native composer who died tragically in the Nazi camps. But the Pavel Haas Quartet has had a visible profile in London, being one of the BBC's Young Generation artists and giving concerts at Wigmore Hall. A previous recording, of quartets by Haas and Janacek, won the Gramophone's chamber music recording of the year in 2007. The ensemble was founded in 2002 by Veronika Jar'sková, making it one of those rare quartets headed by a woman - she is a powerful presence in the mix. The other members, all from Prague, have conservatory connections in common. The cellist the first violinist's husband.

Now that we are a bit acquainted, what is their Dvorak like? I'd put it in the tradition of prestigious young quartets like the Hagen that make their reputation with powerful, strong playing and uncommon interpretations. The modernist bent can go only so far with Dvorak, of course, a composer of sunlight, melody, and optimism. The early reviewer here at Amazon found the approach of the Pavel Haas too aggressive and the recorded sound irritating. I don't hear either of those flaws. The music-making is intense, certainly, but quite clean, with a nice unanimity of sound. In concert the balance seems to be dominated by the first violin with a relatively recessive cello line. But here the balance is more even; uniformly the Pavel Haas sound sweet in tone, also. The expected mellowness of Czech string playing hasn't been jettisoned.

As for the interpretations, this is where I find the Record of the Year title mystifying. Both the familiar "American" Quartet and the masterful Op. 106 are played with assurance and musicality. But if I heard these readings on the radio, I wouldn't have dropped everything in astonished admiration. Just to make sure that I wasn't feeling jaded, I went back to the Alban Berg Quartet's recordings, and they are far ahead of the Pavel Haas in maturity, technique, and depth of feeling. There's an impersonal quality to these readings that made me lose interest. To my ears, this is an accomplished but not distinguished CD, one that doesn't bid to make much of an impression with new listeners, at least not in the U.S., where this group is all but unknown.


Companies etc

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Supraphon a.s.
Copyright © – Supraphon a.s.
Recorded At – Rudolfinum

Credits

Cello – Peter Jarůšek
Composed By – Antonín Dvořák
Design – Martin Strnad
Engineer [Recording] – Karel Soukeník
Engineer [Sound Assistant] – Václav Roubal
Ensemble – Pavel Haas Quartet
Liner Notes – Jan Kachlík
Liner Notes [Booklet Editor] – Daniela Bálková
Photography By – Marco Borggreve
Producer – Matouš Vlčinský
Recording Supervisor – Jiří Gemrot
Viola – Pavel Nikl
Violin [1st] – Veronika Jarůšková
Violin [2nd] – Eva Karová

Notes
Composed in 1893 (Op. 96; B. 179) and 1895 (Op. 106; B. 192)
Publ: SNKLHU, Praha 1955

Recorded at the Rudolfinum, Prague, on June 3, 6, 29 and 30, 2010

Total time 63:14

℗ 2010 Supraphon a.s.
© 2010 Supraphon a.s.

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专辑曲目

String Quartet No. 13 In G Major, Op. 106 36:37
1. I. Allegro Moderato 9:18
2. II. Adagio Ma Non Troppo 10:13
3. III. Molto Vivace 6:24
4. IV. Finale. Andante Sostenuto – Allegro Con Fuoco 10:34

String Quartet No. 12 In F Major, Op. 96 "American" 26:26
5. I. Allegro, Ma Non Troppo 9:35
6. II. Lento 7:14
7. III. Molto Vivace 3:53
8. IV. Finale. Vivace, Ma Non Troppo 5:33

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