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Max Reger 雷格尔 -《单簧管五重奏,弦乐五重奏》(Clarinet Quintet Op.146,Quartet Op.109)Karl Leister,Vogler Quartett[APE]

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    发行时间1995年
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专辑英文名Clarinet Quintet Op.146,Quartet Op.109
专辑中文名单簧管五重奏,弦乐五重奏
资源格式APE
版本Karl Leister,Vogler Quartett
发行时间1995年
地区德国
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作曲:Max Reger
演奏:Karl Leister,Vogler Quartett
发行公司:Nimbus
cd编号: CD NI 5644
资源出处:Emule搜索

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雷格尔,Max Reger (1873~1916)

德国作曲家、管风琴家、钢琴家。1873年 3月19日生于巴伐利亚北部的布兰德,1916年5月11日卒于莱比锡。曾受教于管风琴家A.林德纳和音乐理论家H.里曼。1886~1889年于师范学校学习,同时在魏登大教堂兼任管风琴师。1891~1896年在威斯巴登音乐学院任里曼的助教。1905年在慕尼黑皇家音乐学院教管风琴、对位法及作曲。1907年在莱比锡大学任音乐部主任,同时兼莱比锡音乐学院教授职务直到逝世。1911~1914年间,曾在迈宁根宫廷乐队担任过指挥,并在德国各地及奥地利、瑞士、俄国、荷兰、英国等地旅行演出。

雷格尔的音乐作品强调对古典原则的遵循,并侧重于纯音乐的写作。他有很高的复调造诣,在管风琴方面的作品,被誉为J.S.巴赫以后的里程碑。另一方面他又承袭了R.瓦格纳的和声手法,发展了半音阶体系,成为A.勋伯格和A.贝格音乐语言的前驱。他的全集有33卷,包括除歌剧以外所有的体裁。其中管弦乐曲《莫扎特主题变奏与赋格》、《为一部悲剧写的交响序幕》,合唱《诗篇第一百篇》,室内乐《A大调单簧管五重奏》,管风琴曲《巴赫主题幻想曲及赋格》、《变奏曲与赋格》,歌曲集《质朴的旋律》等最有代表性。此外,他还著有教科书《转调法例释》(有中译本)。

Max Reger (1873 -1916), like Feruccio Busoni, had the misfortune to be born too late to be a Romantic but too early to be a full-blown modernist. Like Busoni, he was one of the first composers to cite JS Bach as a primary influence. Schoenberg and his disciples studied Reger's music assiduously. Writing to Alexander Zemlimsky in 1922 Schoenberg said, "I consider him a genius."

With the benefit of hindsight, one can detect a transitional quality to Reger's music. The themes he uses are rooted in 19th century tonality, "traditional to the point of blandness," to quote John Williamson's exemplary liner notes. What fascinated Schoenberg was Reger's use of extreme chromaticism in developing his conventional material. This, coupled with an intensely contrapuntal treatment, gave the music a feeling of anarchy (Schoenberg, of course, knew differently). At his wildest, in his organ music for example, Reger's music has a polyphonic density that sounds uncomfortably muddy. Listening to it one is never quite certain which voice one is following.

The String Quartet in E-flat major, however, presents Reger at his best. The string quartet was an ideal form for Reger, the relatively uncluttered textures and the varied voices of the strings keep the polyphony from getting overcrowded in one register. This is especially notable in the finale, which contains one of Reger's most splendid fugues. The quartet also tones down the chromaticism. It was written for the Bohemian String Quartet shortly after they joined Reger in a performance of Brahms' Piano Quintet (however, the first performance was given by the Frankfurt String Quartet on 27 June 1909). The Bohemian String Quartet stressed the equal partnership of all players, standard practice nowadays, but something of a radical break from the tradition of the quartet acting "as a foil for the dominant first violinist, such as had been the case above all in the Joachim Quartet," to quote Carl Flesch. In contrast, the Bohemians "performed as equal partners with unheard-of intensity, freshness, and technical perfection made in heaven."

The Clarinet Quintet in A was Reger's last completed work (something of an alcoholic, he died of heart failure at the age of 43). Set in the same key as Mozart's Clarinet Quintet, it quotes from Brahms' Clarinet Quintet at several points. Although classed as a "late Romantic," Reger's music often has the emotional ambivalence of Hindemith. Yet this piece has an intensely moving lyricism; it seems to inhabit the same twilight world as the Brahms. The themes played by the clarinet have a similar shape: a quickly rising figure followed by a slower falling cadence. Reger's transitional music reinforces the elusive feel of the piece: harmonically diffuse and unsettled, but equally undramatic, the Wagnerian storminess replaced by a wistful yearning. Even the quicker passages never escape the overall languor.

Both these pieces dispel the cliché that Reger is a composer of great technical mastery but little emotional reach. It is true that one does not find the grand gestures of a Tchaikovsky in Reger's music, but in an age that finds such gestures naïve perhaps that is not the liability it once was.


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专辑曲目

I. Allegro moderato
II. Quasi presto
III. Larghetto
IV. Allegro con grazia e con spirito
I. Moderato ed amabile
II. Vivace
III. Largo
IV. Poco allegretto

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