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Baiba Skride -《萧士塔高维契, 杨纳杰克:小提琴协奏曲》(Shostakovich, Janacek - Violin Concertos)[FLAC]

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    古典类型协奏曲
    发行时间2007年02月06日
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专辑英文名Shostakovich, Janacek - Violin Concertos
专辑中文名萧士塔高维契, 杨纳杰克:小提琴协奏曲
艺术家Baiba Skride
古典类型协奏曲
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2007年02月06日
地区美国
语言英语
简介

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专辑说明:

二○○五年的德国回声大奖年度青年艺术家得主

二○○一年伊莉莎白女王国际小提琴大赛首奖

继希拉蕊.韩之后最值得期待的新一代女小提琴家

容貌出眾的拉脱维亚小提琴家贝芭.丝凯德(Baiba Skride)这几年在乐坛崛起所予人的印象,只能用「惊艳」两字来形容。生於里加(这个城市对於华格纳创作《漂泊的荷兰人》甚具意义),2001年赢得伊莉莎白女王国际小提琴大赛首奖之后,先后以一七○八年和一七二五年的史特拉迪瓦里名琴(.Huggins 和Wilhelmj) ,接连和马捷尔、杜特华、布隆史泰德等重要指挥合作,受邀在萨尔兹堡音乐节、耶路撒冷室内音乐节等重要音乐节登台,也和基顿.克莱曼等音乐家活跃於室内乐,也曾与莱比锡布商大厦管絃乐团来台演出贝多芬小提琴协奏曲。二○○四年发行的小提琴无伴奏经典(收录巴哈、易沙意、巴尔托克小提琴作品),拿到了二○○五年的德国回声大奖年度青年艺术家得主。

这张专辑收录两首曲目都是二十世纪的作品:萧士塔高维契的第一号小提琴协奏曲写於一九五五年,题献给小提琴大师欧依斯特拉赫;以及杨纳杰克写於晚年的小提琴协奏曲「小灵魂的浪游」,完成之后隔年就去世了。尤其萧士塔高维契的协奏曲是音乐会录音,以游刃有餘的技巧掌握这首作品的戏剧精髓,而慢板乐章真挚而柔美的詮释,彷彿勾勒出萧士塔高维契在史达林死后(一九五三年)对未来的期盼。

艺人 Baiba Skride
发行月份 2006-Jan
类型 古典音乐

萧士塔高维契:第一号小提琴协奏曲;杨纳杰克:小提琴协奏曲「小灵魂的浪游」/ 贝芭.丝凯德
Shostakovich / Janacek: Violin concertos / Baiba Skride
唱片公司:SONY MUSIC
作曲家:萧士塔高维契,杨纳切克
音乐类型:古典音乐
唱片编号:82876731462
发行日期:2006年05月05日
高价版 / CD / 1 片装


曲目
01-04 Schostakowitsch: violine concerto
05 Janacek: violine concert

引用
Review by Uncle Dave Lewis [-]
While not a lot of its classical pursuits in the 2000s have panned out, Sony Classical has had good luck with violinists, thanks due to the popularity of contract player Hilary Hahn and an apparent assumption of the recording duties of the great Canadian violinist Lara St. John. This is Latvian violinist Baiba Skride's third disc, the first two being released simultaneously in 2004 and, of these, the violin solo disc -- containing works by Ysayë, Bartók, and Bach -- winning a German Echo Classic award. Skride has earned praise from the magazine The Strad as "One of the most exciting young talents to have emerged since Itzhak Perlman." That may be, but Skride's Shostakovich and Janácek violin concertos doesn't entirely succeed in conveying what the excitement is all about. The recording, made by Deutschlandradio Kultur, is a little weak though clear, particularly in the Shostakovich, which is almost inaudible as it begins; the Janácek is better, fuller in sound. Marek Janowski and the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin turn in a clean, but dutiful, accompaniment that only seldom rises to a pitch of excitement. Skride is definitely a good violin player; very quick, agile, and accurate, although in much of this disc it doesn't sound like her playing has a lot of body; a good deal of it comes off as rather thin and wiry sounding. This may be in part due to the recording, which emphasizes crystal clarity over electricity, and overall sounds rather flat and undynamic. If one fancies the violin and has tickets to go see Baiba Skride, this is probably not a bad option as it at least gives the listener an idea of what she sounds like, although the solo violin disc would probably be a better vehicle for that.
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Audio CD (February 6, 2007)
SPARS Code: DDD
Number of Discs: 1
Label: Sony Classics
ASIN: B000BDIWT2
Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars

One might think that, in the centennial Shostakovich year, his first violin concerto had been performed and recorded so often and so well that there were no new interpretative avenues to explore. To contribute yet another addition to the discography, a violinist would have to be very good, very courageous, and have something compelling and personal to say. The young Latvian violinist Baiba Skride possesses all these qualities in abundance. Born in 1981, first prize winner of the 2001 Queen Elisabeth Competition, she is embarked on a major international career as soloist and chamber musician; this is her third recording for Sony Classical. She uses her effortless virtuosity entirely in the service of the music, never for display, and her tone is strikingly beautiful: expressive, variable, warm and pure in every register. Her approach to the Shostakovich is very much her own: unusually inward, lyrical, and expansive. Her emotional concentration and identification with every mood are extraordinary. The slow movements are mournful, bleak, and desperate; carefully paced, inexorable build-ups sink back into forlorn resignation. The fast movements are brilliant but controlled and clear, the tempi never excessive; the climaxes are unbridled but not raucous.
Janácek's Concerto, begun in 1926, remained a fragment (and its title a mystery), but he incorporated much of its material into his opera From the House of the Dead. In the 1980s, the Czech musicologists Milos Stredon and Leos Faltus reconstructed it, creating a short, dramatic piece full of Slavic dance- and serenade idioms, passionate declamation, soaring melodies and colorful orchestration complete with Janácek's beloved bird-songs. The brutally difficult solo part stays mostly in the stratosphere; the playing is terrific. Of the two orchestras, the Münchner, recorded live, sounds better. --Edith Eisler


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专辑曲目

Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Op. 77 (published as Op. 99)
1. Nocturne. Moderato 13:10
2. Scherzo. Allegro 6:41
3. Passacaglia. Andante - Cadenza 14:50
4. Burlesque. Allegro con brio 6:15

5. Violin Concerto ("Putování dusicky," "Pilgrimage of the Soul"), JW 9/10 (fragments completed by others) 11:41

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