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巴西二重奏由João Luiz和 Douglas Lora组成。二人少年时在巴西圣保罗相识,共同演奏达十多年之久,创造出了特有的演奏风格。他们曾师从许多世界级的吉他大师,如Fabio Zanon、Henrique Pinto、Paulo Martelli以及Sergio Abreu等。Douglas Lora与João Luiz分别在迈阿密大学和纽约蒙内斯音乐学院取得硕士学位。

英国最权威的古典吉他杂志称赞巴西二重奏为“音乐性的成熟,演奏技巧的娴熟和绝对出类拔萃”。巴西二重奏曾获得2006年国际音乐演奏家行会大奖。在古典音乐和世界音乐的舞台上,巴西二重奏的演奏将欧洲古典吉他传统乐曲和巴西现代音乐相结合,富有创造性的表演为他们赢得全球巡演的机会,录制的音乐作品也得到众多评论家的一致赞誉。

巴西二重奏在2010-2011年度的美国巡演中足迹遍布15个州。其中值得关注的有纽约古典吉他协会举办的返场音乐会和在旧金山的首演。他们也是美国和世界各地各类夏季音乐节的宠儿,与众多演奏家的合作演出亦获得热烈欢迎。巴西二重奏为纳索斯公司录制过两张专辑,曲目包括泰戴斯科二重奏的全部作品,第一张于2008年发行于作曲家逝世四十周年之际,第二张于2009年发行。

巴西二重奏还致力于与交响乐团的合作,合作过的著名交响乐团包括达拉斯交响乐团、休斯顿交响乐团、美国爱乐乐团等。

唱片公司:Naxos

发布时间:2015年9月

吉他家:巴西吉他二重奏 Brazil Guitar Duo

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Leo Brouwer (b. 1939)

Music for Two Guitars

Leo Brouwer, from Havana,is universally acknowledged as one of the most challenging and innovative of modern composers. His prolific output ranges from solo guitar pieces to symphonic works, including concertos, chamber music, and many film scores. Brouwer’s guitar works have developed over four decades through various styles embracing the avant-garde and the experimental, as well as neo-romanticism. His guitar music is now performed internationally wherever the guitar is played and frequently recorded, making him one of the most popular contemporary composers for the instrument.

On this recording Brouwer’s contribution to the development of the guitar duo is fully demonstrated. The guitar duo tradition began in the early nineteenth century with the works of Sor and Giuliani, and was continued by composers such as Mertz. In the twentieth century the guitar duo repertoire was considerably developed especially by the presence of great partnerships such as that of the Presti-Lagoya duo and Julian Bream and John Williams who played concerts together and recorded many significant works. Leo Brouwer’s work on behalf of the duo is, as with all his music, extraordinarily progressive and imaginative, extending the horizons of the duo medium both technically and artistically.

Tríptico is a virtuosic composition exploiting the many creative possibilities for two guitars. Allegro, following a short introduction over a repeated dissonance, offers a sonata-like theme full of rhythmic variety and equal partnerships between the players. An andantino section provides a contrast before the recapitulation of the first section which climaxes in a short coda. The second movement, Interludio, in three-four/six-eight time, differentiates between images of a lively European waltz and the animation of South American dances with their cross-rhythms and unexpected contrasts. A later episode is marked Tempo libero (free tempo) with a solo section by the first guitar. When the second guitar joins in, the music returns to Tempo I, but the music has developed away from the simplicity of the opening textures in terms of melody, harmony, and rhythmic complexity. Finally Toccata, in three-four time, gives the performers an opportunity to demonstrate both individual brilliance and duo togetherness. Once again a middle section provides momentary contrast with a change of time signature to four-four, and the marking of un poco sostenuto e cantabile (a little sustained and with singing tone). The concluding pages offer further virtuosity in terms of rapid arpeggios, triplets, fast scale passages, and intricate rhythmic patterns.

Micro piezas, completed in August 1957, were dedicated to Darius Milhaud. The first four movements were published by Max Eschig in 1973, though the fifth came into print only in 1985. The work is in the form of a suite with echoes of a Cuban salon dance of the nineteenth century and presents contrasting rhythms with a vivid musical dialogue between the players.

There are many subtle aspects of interest within this suite. Micro pieza No. 2, for example, alludes to the conga at the beginning while No. 3 just before the end quotes from Brouwer’s guitar piece, Danza característica. Isabelle Hernández, in her biography of Brouwer, recommends that ʻcareful attention should be given to Micropieza No. 4 since this piece contains some of the most successful polyphonic effects the composer has achieved’.

No. 5 takes the form of a theme with variations on the French children’s song, Frère Jacques. This involves various styles and tempi from the comparatively traditional (as at the opening) to flamenco type embellishment, from markings such as tranquillo (just before the section in harmonics, the little bell-like sounds which sound poignant on the guitar), to agitando poco a poco a few bars later. The movement achieves its effect by the juxtaposition of many contrasts in remarkably close proximity subjecting the theme’s familiar simplicity to a variety of unexpected dissonances and moods.

Música Incidental Campesina (Incidental Music of the Countryside) expresses the rhythms and energies of Cuban folk music. It has been arranged for various ensemble combinations such as two guitars, or mandolin and guitar.

Preludio uses the traditional alternation between 6/8 and 3/4 rhythms from bar to bar, the hemiola, as well as shifting to other time signatures within the piece, to communicate a sense of a group of rural musicians overheard from a distance. The intricate rhythms and syncopations are characteristic of folk music in this region. Interludio offers a moment of reflection with a plaintive tune accompanied by gentle chords. Danza, marked Allegretto, is a vigorous intermingling of rhythmic patterns beginning with a 5/8 time signature and moving rapidly to 6/8 and 3/4 alternation as in the Preludio. Once again a line of melody, switching from player to player and back again, is punctuated with energetic chords, some syncopated. Final offers some dazzling interchanges between the two players involving intricate rhythmic effects. Though the rhythms are traditional the mood is modern with more than a hint of dissonance. The movement ends with a suddenly reflective chordal sequence.

Per suonare a due (1973) was written during the composer’s avant-garde period when he delighted in exploring dissonant sonorities and unusual effects. During the 1970s comparable guitar works by Leo Brouwer included (among others), La espiral eternal (1970), Parábola (1973), and Tarantos (1974).

The piece begins with a Prologue or Epilogue I to be matched at the end of the suite by a similar movement. Here Brouwer uses note clusters to create specific textures, a device which can be particularly entertaining in live performance. After Interludio, with its unique individual units of sound, the next movement is humorously entitled Grand Pas de Deux. The music is as far from dance idiom as it is possible to be, but Brouwer’s sense of humour should never be underestimated. Per suonare a due is not intended to be approached with an intense academic seriousness—it is rather a series of tonal colours akin to an abstract painting, where delight can be enjoyed in the variety and ingenuity of the presentation.

Sonata de Los Viajeros (Sonata of the Travellers) (2009) represents an international voyage in four movements. The first journey is to the Freezing Lands and for this the music is slow and frigid, harmonics being used with chilling effect. The second movement travels to the Altarpiece of the Wonders, the statue of Venus by Praxiteles of Athens, the fourth-century sculptor. His Venus is believed to be one of the first life-sized representations of the nude female body, showing Aphrodite, the goddess, as she prepares for the ritual bath that restores her purity. The next movement features a visit to J.S. Bach in Leipzig and thus represents Brouwer’s personal homage to the German master. Finally the Sea of Antilles (often understood in various languages as the Caribbean), takes us back to Brouwer’s homeland for a rhythmic and virtuosic finale which celebrates the music of Cuba.

Graham Wade

BROUWER, L.: Music for 2 Guitars (Brasil Guitar Duo)

With a prolific output ranging from solo guitar pieces to symphonic works, including concertos, chamber music, and many film scores, Leo Brouwer is recognised as one of the world’s most innovative and internationally performed contemporary composers. In this recording his progressive and imaginative contribution to extending the horizons of the guitar duo is fully demonstrated. Subtle allusions to dance styles, virtuosity, and rhythms referencing Cuban folk music are some of the features of these exciting pieces which range from the special sonorities of Per suonare a due to the Sonata de Los Viajeros, an international voyage in four movements.

Conductor: __

Composer: Leo Brouwer

Audio CD (September 11, 2015)

Number of Discs: 1

Label: Naxos

ASIN: B011QAHI1Q

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars

Release Date August 28, 2015

Duration 01:08:53

Genre Classical

Styles Chamber Music

Recording DateJune 3, 2014 - June 6, 2014

BROUWER, L.: Music for 2 Guitars (Brasil Guitar Duo)

With a prolific output ranging from solo guitar pieces to symphonic works, including concertos, chamber music, and many film scores, Leo Brouwer is recognised as one of the world’s most innovative and internationally performed contemporary composers. In this recording his progressive and imaginative contribution to extending the horizons of the guitar duo is fully demonstrated. Subtle allusions to dance styles, virtuosity, and rhythms referencing Cuban folk music are some of the features of these exciting pieces which range from the special sonorities of Per suonare a due to the Sonata de Los Viajeros, an international voyage in four movements.

专辑曲目:

Triptico

01. I. Allegro 00:03:39

02. II. Interludio 00:04:42

03. III. Toccata 00:05:24

Micropiezas

04. I. Tranquillo 00:01:12

05. II. Allegro vivace 00:01:30

06. III. Vivacissimo muy ritmico 00:00:57

07. IV. — 00:01:27

08. V. Andante tranquillo 00:02:41

Musica Incidental Campesina

09. I. Preludio 00:01:00

10. II. Interludio 00:01:12

11. III. Danza 00:00:55

12. IV. Final 00:01:07

Per suonare a 2

13. I. Prologo o Epilogo 00:01:13

14. II. Interludio 00:03:43

15. III. Grand Pas de Deux 00:03:53

16. IV. Prologo o Epilogo II 00:03:13

17. V. Scherzo di Bravura 00:02:09

Sonata de Los Viajeros

18. I. Primer Viaje a Tierras Heladas 00:10:22

19. II. El Retablo de las Maravillas - La Venus de Praxitels 00:06:43

20. III. Visita a Bach en Leipzig 00:02:53

21. IV. Por el Mar de las Antillas 00:08:34

Total Playing Time: 01:08:29

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