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Isabelle Faust -《巴尔托克:第一、二号小提琴协奏曲》(Bartok - Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 )[FLAC]

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专辑英文名Bartok - Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2
专辑中文名巴尔托克:第一、二号小提琴协奏曲
艺术家Isabelle Faust
古典类型协奏曲
资源格式FLAC
发行时间2013年08月05日
地区美国
语言英语
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巴尔托克:第一、二号小提琴协奏曲 Bartok:Violin Concerto Nos.1 & 2

国际唱片评论杰出奖 (2013.9)


小提琴在巴尔托克的作品中一直都有相当重要的地位。受到友人以及室内乐伙伴像是曼纽因、西格提还有达拉妮的啟发,他留给后世许多小提琴曲目当中不可或缺的经典,包含四首小提琴与管弦乐团作品:两首狂想曲、两首协奏曲。两首协奏曲的第一首是他26岁的作品,当时他还是个为爱神魂颠倒的理想主义者,第二首相隔三十多年才问世,圆熟的作曲家想藉此回顾自己早期的成就。仔细探索这部乐曲后会发现他将丰富的洞察力分别衍生成两部来自不同时期的作品,第一号某些年轻气盛的事物和第二号的风平浪静在两首作品中都可以互相发现踪迹。巴尔托克会小心翼翼的检视第二号协奏曲的种种理论,这部1938年的作品是小提琴家塞凯里委託创作。另一方面在第一号协奏曲录音之前的準备工作则带给我某些惊喜,偶然中发现在乐谱上标记的各种记号,有时来自作曲家本人,有时是抄写员,里面包含了不同的乐句和弓法的记号。更惊喜的是我在其中一个来源发现了第二乐章早期的未完成版。

第一号直到巴尔托克去世才首演,这首作品蕴含年轻作曲家对小提琴家史黛妃.盖雅的浪漫爱意。但是就在作品完成隔没几天盖雅便决心结束这段感情。儘管作曲家心中万分失落沮丧,却还是将手稿赠送给女方。第二号协奏曲为巴尔托克的晚期风格揭开序幕,没多久就成为他最受欢迎的作品之一。其中一个原因就是他成功的让两种不同风格达到神奇的平衡,就像是结合了过去与现在的人生自传。在这首协奏曲他将早期的风格全部汇整,从粗旷奇异的民谣风格经由活力旺盛的节奏,塑造出十二音旋律。巴尔托克现在已经可以在传统古典曲式协奏曲中毫不费力的结合民谣元素或是十二音序列技法。从目前流传下来的1939年的首演广播录音(孟根堡指挥大会堂管弦乐团,小提琴是塞凯里)中,不仅验证演奏者下足準备功夫,也给我相当程度的帮助,让我在詮释上能够更具说服力。~节译自解说册

伊莎蓓儿.佛斯特的早期演奏事业曾经和巴尔托克的奏鸣曲密不可分,经过漫长的等待她总算回头发行巴尔托克的小提琴协奏曲专辑。第一号在巴尔托克生前完全没有演出机会也未曾出版,佛斯特在全心投入录音之前总是要仔细看过草稿和手稿,这点準备工作倒是从未变过,或许正因如此这个版本才会如此异常优美并且鞭辟入里。第二号亦是如此,她和指挥哈丁选择结尾只有管弦乐单独演奏的原始版,而非一般常见巴尔托克为委託者塞凯里后来改写的炫技版。哈丁有时也是样貌多变的巴尔托克专家,清晰、投入而且敏锐。另外,你一定要好好读过佛斯特亲自撰写的解说册:她的解说就和她的演奏一样充满说服力。卫报五颗星~2013.8.8

巴尔托克:第一、二号小提琴协奏曲 Bartok:Violin Concerto Nos.1 & 2
专辑编号: HMC902146
专辑类型: 单CD
发行年份: 2013
国际条码: 3149020214626
音乐家:Faust, Isabelle (violin) 伊莎贝拉.佛斯特 (小提琴) Harding, Daniel (conductor) 丹尼尔.哈丁 (指挥) Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra 瑞典广播交响乐团
音乐厂牌: Harmonia Mundi

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Release Date August 5, 2013
Duration 57:54
Genre Classical
Styles Concerto
Recording Date April, 2012
Recording Location Stockholm, Berwaldhallen

AllMusic Review by James Manheim [-]
German violinist Isabelle Faust has accomplished highly regarded Bartók performances in the past, and she truly comes into her own with this recording of the Violin Concerto No. 2, Sz 112, and the much-less-often-heard Violin Concerto No. 1, Sz 36, Op. posth. Indeed, the prime attraction of the album might be the earlier work, composed in 1907 and highly personal in content; it was written for a violinist with whom Bartók was hopelessly in love. She refused to perform it (so it goes), and the work was not played until after Bartók's death. Faust makes an excellent case for the two-movement work, whose soaring first movement is completely Romantic in spirit if not in harmonic content, and she captures the delicate, youthful quality of the work as a whole with graceful playing and a fluid tone in the upper registers. The performance of the Violin Concerto No. 2 is also very strong. There is nothing outwardly striking about it, but its cumulative effect is tremendous as Faust slashes through the work's folk rhythms, maintains perfect control through the slow movement's turbulent double stops, and delivers the energy needed for the finale in which the violin raises the tension to a hair trigger, only to drop out of the action at the end. Much of the effect lies in the ensemble work between Faust and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra under Daniel Harding; this is not an especially heralded group, but here they work beautifully with the soloist. Fine engineering work from Harmonia Mundi (the location is not specified) and cogent booklet notes by Faust herself complete a satisfying Bartók package.

Performer: Isabelle Faust
Orchestra: Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Daniel Harding
Composer: Bela Bartok
Audio CD (August 13, 2013)
Number of Discs: 1
Format: Import
Label: HARMONIA MUNDI
ASIN: B00COU07DO
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

By Geoffrey Norris6:34PM BST 01 Aug 2013
Isabelle Faust (violin), Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, cond Daniel Harding
Harmonia Mundi HMC 902146, £15.99
Isabelle Faust, as she explains in her excellent booklet notes accompanying this CD, has a particular penchant for the violin music of Bartók, fostered by her studies with a violinist who knew the composer and then consolidated over the years through her performances of the sonatas and the concertos.
She has already recorded the sonatas (HMG 508334-35), and on this fine new disc she couples the early concerto, completed in 1908, with the later and more frequently heard one of 1938.
The First Concerto, published posthumously and given its premiere in 1958, opens with music that seems to be lost and rapt in reverie, a reflection of the fact that Bartók was deeply in love with the violinist Stefi Geyer, for whom the concerto was intended. The fact that she spurned it and also ditched Bartók adds a poignancy of its own to the long, seamless profession of ardour that he enshrined in the opening Andante and indeed carried through into the second movement, which is said to be a portrait of Geyer’s gaiety.



Bartók: Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2
Isabelle Faust (violin)
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Harding
Faust resists the kind of full-blown romantic ardour that might seem appropriate to music inspired by a protracted love affair. Instead she weaves her sinewy melodic line in a more introverted... — BBC Music Magazine, September 2013, ***** More…
Release Date: 29th Jul 2013
Catalogue No: HMC902146
Label: Harmonia Mundi
Length: 57 minutes

Isabelle Faust's first recording for harmonia mundi, Bartok Sonatas, won her a Gramophone Young Artist of the Year.

Here she returns to Bartok, perfoming the two concertos, accompanied by Daniel Harding and the Swedish Radio SO.

Such is the fame of Bartók’s Second Violin Concerto (1937-38), that it has virtually eclipsed the First, written 30 years before. Yet, this earlier work, rediscovered long after the composer’s death, has a fascinating story all of its own. True to form, Isabelle Faust has gone back to the multiple musical sources of this First Concerto, a work that came ‘straight from the heart’, as Bartók’s romance with a young violinist lay at the core of its creative process.

"I owe my enthusiasm for the music of Béla Bartók to the wonderful Hungarian violinist Dénes Zsigmondy, who was privileged to know the composer personally. At the age of eleven, I was lucky enough to study the Sonata for solo violin with him and thus to discover Bartók’s world in a very emotional and instinctive way. In the years since then, Dénes Zsigmondy, his conception of music, and especially his interpretation of Bartók have formed an important component of my artistic career. It seemed only logical to choose the Bartók sonatas for my debut CD. I am now delighted to present the two violin concertos in this recording. It is intended as a musical expression of my admiration for the composer Béla Bartók and my gratitude for the continued inspiration and faithful friendship of Dénes Zsigmondy. My warm thanks go to László Somfai and László Vikárius of the Bartók Archives in Budapest and to Felix Meyer of the Paul Sacher Foundation in Basel for their generous support of this project. Finally, I would like to express my profound appreciation of and indebtedness to Daniel Harding and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra for their absolutely fantastic contribution to the recording sessions." Isabelle Faust


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专辑曲目

Béla Bartók
Violin Concerto No. 1, Sz 36 op. posth.
1. 1. Andante sostenuto 9:48
2. 2. Allegro giocoso 12:18

'Violin Concerto No. 2, Sz 112
3. 1. Allegro non troppo 15:18
4. 2. Andante tranquillo 9:16
5. 3. Allegro molto 11:14

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