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Olga Scheps -《无言歌》(Vocalise)[FLAC]

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专辑英文名Vocalise
专辑中文名无言歌
艺术家Olga Scheps
古典类型全集作品
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2015年07月14日
地区美国
语言英语
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专辑介绍:

欧尔嘉.许普丝 (钢琴)

●新世代最闪亮钢琴才女欧尔嘉.许普丝2015年第五张个人最新专辑。
●以浪漫詮释闻名於世的欧尔嘉,亲自挑选演奏最媚惑人心的钢琴名曲集。
●收录萧邦之夜曲、拉赫曼尼诺夫之无言歌、李斯特的爱知梦、舒曼的流浪者幻想曲。

才女的定义,往往在技艺的精湛之外,增添如许美貌方能产生令人倾倒的加乘效应,今年二十九岁的欧尔嘉.许普丝(Olga Scheps),正凭著「才色双全」的魅力吸引广大的乐迷。除了忙碌的钢琴演出,她同时也是萧邦錶与奥迪汽车的品牌代言人,2015年欧尔嘉发行个人第五张专辑【无言歌】,展现她最擅长的浪漫詮释。

1986年出生於莫斯科的欧尔嘉,六岁移民德国,她很早就发展出属於自己的独特演奏风格,那是揉合强烈情感与有力表现的浪漫派手法,钢琴大师布兰德尔(Alfred Brendel)极为欣赏,收她为徒栽培近十年光阴。无需靠比赛加持,欧尔嘉在十四岁起开始与世界各大乐团合作演出,成为新生代最亮眼的明星之一。2010年她加盟SONY唱片,首张发行【诗情萧邦】,便获得德国回声唱片大奖的「年度新进艺人」,之后发行的【俄罗斯作品集】、【柔情舒伯特】与2014年的【萧邦钢琴协奏曲】,皆证明了她在古典乐派与浪漫乐派的精采实力。

这张最新录音【无言歌】,收录的全是欧尔嘉亲自挑选的最爱曲目,同样以浪漫曲目为主,包括萧邦的夜曲、舒伯特的《流浪者幻想曲》、拉赫曼尼诺夫的《无言歌》、李斯特的《爱之梦》、布拉姆斯的《间奏曲》等经典名曲,同时也詮释多首钢琴改编曲,如舒曼的歌曲《奉献》、葛路克的歌剧《奥菲欧与尤丽迪丝》及巴哈的管弦乐组曲之《西西里舞曲》。欧尔嘉的琴键宛如画家的笔,在调色盘里调治出惊人的细微色彩变化,每一段旋律都如同珍珠闪耀著,每一首无言歌都用钢琴唱出最动人的歌声。

【收录曲目】
1. Nocturne in C Minor, Op. 48, No. 1
2. Myrtles, Op. 25: I. Dedication (Arr. for Piano)
Wanderer-Fantasie in C Major, Op. 15, D. 760
3. I. Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo
4. II. Adagio
5. III. Presto
6. IV. Allegro
7. Orfeo and Euridice: Melody (Arr. for Piano)
8. Intermezzo in E-Flat Major, Op. 117, No. 1
9. Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14
10. Sonata in E-Flat Major, BWV 1031: II. Siciliano (Arr. for Piano)
11. Liebestraum No. 3 in A-Flat Major, S. 541

无言歌 / 欧尔嘉.许普丝
Vocalise / Olga Scheps
唱片公司:SONY MUSIC
音乐类型:古典音乐
唱片编号:88875108012
发行日期:2015年10月02日
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Audio CD (July 24, 2015)
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import
Label: Imports
ASIN: B00X0A38KG


Meet Olga Scheps

Olga Scheps seems poised to take on the world. A young pianist with extraordinary powers of expression, Olga has been enchanting audiences throughout Europe for several years but seems to be little known in the United States, or in the general English-speaking world. From what I have been able to learn, she has only appeared once in the U.S. – two performances of Liszt’s Concerto No. 2 with the San Antonio Symphony in 2012 – but from the pace of her concertizing and recording for the last few years, it seems like it will just be a matter of time before she begins to make similar strong impressions on music lovers on this side of the Atlantic. In 2015 alone so far Olga has performed either solo recitals or as concerto soloist with orchestras throughout Germany where she lives, in Spain, Wales, and Japan, and made debuts in Israel and Sweden. She records exclusively for Sony and has produced five CDs in the last six years – four solo recital discs and a luminous, touching recording of both Chopin concerti with Matthias Foremny and the Stuttgart Kammerorchester released in 2014. Her latest recording – Vocalise – was released in Germany on July 17.

Olga’s repertoire is a balanced combination of the very familiar (read: warhorses) and the seldom performed, and she brings to everything she plays a deeply considered emotional sensitivity to the impulses that drive the music. Although it is clear that she has the technical prowess and sheer muscle to pull off the grandest effects called for in the many masterpieces in her repertoire, it is the beautiful clarity of her approach to playing the piano and her attention to subtle details of expression which I find most remarkable.


But don’t take my word for it. If you love beautiful piano playing, set aside twelve minutes of your life and watch and listen to Olga play the Romanze from Chopin’s Concerto No. 1 in E minor, with the Amadeus-Kammerorchester des polnischen Rundfunks directed by Agnieszka Duczmal:

The daughter of pianists, Olga was born in Moscow in 1986, and her family moved to Germany in 1992. She has played the piano since she was four. According to her curriculum vitae at olgascheps.com:

At an early age she had already developed her own unique style of keyboard playing, which combines intense emotiveness and powerful expressivity with extraordinary pianistic technique.

Olga completed piano studies with Pavel Gililov in 2013 in her adopted home of Cologne. She has taken a deliberately individual path, building her career carefully and developing her unique style in her own way, for the most part avoiding the competition circuit that many aspiring classical pianists spend their twenties investing their time in. Olga plays with immediacy and intimacy, and an astounding ability to produce minute shades of dynamics and put them in the service of expression. The result is an emotional style of piano playing that touches the listener deeply.

Alfred Brendel took notice of Olga early on and is credited with providing her with encouragement since she was 15. However, he does not seem to have contributed any influence over Olga’s style or her choice of repertoire, both of which are very different from – one might even say exclusive of – Brendel’s.

I first learned about Olga in May when I saw a photo of her with The Danish String Quartet (who I follow on FaceBook) at a rehearsal for a performance of the Shostakovich Piano Quintet the five of them were preparing for her Israeli debut concerts. Although her recordings are not distributed in the United States, I was able to obtain copies through third party sellers on the internet, and through direct download.

Olga’s Discography

cd_ruhr-festival-editionOnly available through download, a 2009 live recording features Olga in recital at the Klavier-Festival Ruhr. The very interesting program is a tour-de-force of romantic pianism, consisting of two C Major fantasies: the Schumann Op. 17, and the celebrated Wanderer Fantasy by Franz Schubert; and two rondos: the Mozart A minor K. 511, and Mendelssohn’s E Major Rondo capriccioso, Op. 14. It is a demanding and technically challenging program – especially the Wanderer Fantasy, which is renowned among pianists for the difficulty of some passages – and obviously chosen to make a splash at festival. Olga delivers even the most gnarly, muscly moments with strength and assurance and sings lyrically whenever she has the opportunity.

cd_chopinIn January 2010 Sony released her debut CD Chopin. A finely-balanced recital, the disc includes studio recordings of five études, two mazurkas, two waltzes, two nocturnes, and the G minor Ballade, with a live recording of the Fantasie op. 49 from the 2009 Klavier-Festival Ruhr thrown in as a bonus. Olga clearly has a strong affinity with Chopin’s music, which forms a cornerstone of her repertoire. Her flawless interpretation of the G minor Ballade is full of fire and intensity – you can watch and hear her play it here, from a recital in Darmstadt five years later:



Released less than a year after her Chopin disc, Olga’s Russian Album features an assortment of pieces from her Russian heritage, including lyrical and character pieces – many in three-quarter time – by Tchaikovsky, Glinka, Balakirev, Scriabin, and others, weighted down with four selections by Rachmaninov.cd_russianalbum-2 Music by Russian composers forms a significant part of what Olga plays – she lists concerti by Prokofiev, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich, and Tchaikovsky in her active repertoire, and features their works in her solo recitals as well – and this music informs and contributes to her identity as an artist in an important way. Here she performs Rachmaninov’s Prélude Op. 23, No. 4 (also on the Russian Album) as an encore after a performance of his Piano Concerto No. 2 last year in Nuremberg:

cd_schubertOlga’s unusual Schubert recital CD released in 2012 contains many pieces I was unfamiliar with along with the more commonly performed Impromptus and Valses Nobles. It is a quieter, more intimate effort than her other CDs, with less virtuosic display and instead an emphasis on dance rhythms and short forms. Again, there are many waltzes, as well as melancholy and sentimental moments.

chopin_album_hohe_aufloesungIt was her 2014 release The Chopin Piano Concertos that made such a strong initial impression on me – the Youtube video at the top of this post inspired me to find the recording, which does not disappoint in any way. This is the most beautiful, intimate, and emotionally compelling recording of these pieces I have heard in the thirty-five odd years I have admired them, since I first purchased a recording by Arthur Rubinstein in the late 1970s.

Olga takes moderate tempi with these works and she has an uncanny ability to “make every note count” – passages other pianists may treat as secondary are revealed in a new light. She uses her tremendous powers of dynamics to great effect here – the music veers between intoxicating passion, suspense, and drama and moments of great tenderness.

Chopin’s concerti have often been criticized for a lack of flair or skill in the orchestration – they are his only orchestral works – and other composers have tried re-orchestrating them for over a hundred years. This recording is one of those experiments, and the most successful I have heard. Olga plays the concerti accompanied by string orchestra alone (no winds or percussion) in arrangements based on chamber music versions Chopin himself played in salons in the 1830s with string quintet. Melodies and effects given to woodwinds and brass in the full orchestration are reassigned to divisi strings, and the result is warm and luminous.

vocalise_grOlga’s new recording Vocalise was released two weeks ago – I had to order it from Germany and my copy just arrived a few days ago. Vocalise is a recital program that celebrates the nineteenth century fascination with the idea of the piano as a “vocal instrument” and it’s ability in the hands of virtuosi to sing lyrically in transcriptions of music in which the melody was originally intended to be sung, or in pieces that draw their inspiration or style from folksong and lieder.

Long a part of Olga’s repertoire, Schubert’s Wanderer Fantasy (see above) finally makes it’s way onto a studio recording in a riveting performance and takes pride of place on this recital, which takes it’s name Vocalise from Rachmaninov’s wordless 1912 song featured here in a transcription for piano solo by Alan Richardson. Nineteenth century transcriptions include Liszt’s famous transcription of Schumann’s Widmung, the opening lied in his song cycle Myrthen, Op. 25, and transcriptions of music by Gluck and Johann Sebastian Bach by Liszt’s contemporaries. The inclusion of music by Sebastian (an arrangement of the Siciliano from the Flute Sonata in E flat Major, BWV 1031) and Brahms (Intermezzo in E flat Major, Op. 117, No. 1) are wonderful additions to Olga’s repertoire and personal favorites of this reviewer. The disc opens with the stormy Chopin Nocturne in C minor, Op. 48, No.1, and closes with Liszt’s Liebestraum No. 3 in A flat Major, perhaps the most ubiquitous Romantic “love song” for piano solo.

Vocalise is a remarkable recital, and showcases Olga’s extraordinary technique and powers of expression to great effect.

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If Sony capitalizes on Olga’s beauty by splashing her image all over her CDs and marketing materials, who can blame them? She’s gorgeous and photogenic. Beyond Olga’s elegance, poise, and physical beauty is an extraordinary musician – a poet of the piano. I hope she finds her way to a concert hall near me soon.


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专辑曲目

01. Nocturne in C Minor, Op. 48, No. 1
02. Myrtles, Op. 25: I. Dedication (Arr. for Piano)
03. Wanderer-Fantasie in C Major, Op. 15, D. 760: I. Allegro con fuoco ma non troppo
04. Wanderer-Fantasie in C Major, Op. 15, D. 760: II. Adagio
05. III. Presto
06. IV. Allegro
07. Orfeo and Euridice: Melody (Arr. for Piano)
08. Intermezzo in E-Flat Major, Op. 117, No. 1
09. Vocalise, Op. 34, No. 14
10. Sonata in E-Flat Major, BWV 1031: II. Siciliano (Arr. for Piano)
11. Liebestraum No. 3 in A-Flat Major, S. 541

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