Isabelle.Faust.&.Pablo.Heras-Casado.-.[Mendelssohn.Violin.Concerto.-.Symphony.No..5.&.The.Hebrides].专辑.(Flac).rar 1.2GB
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新片 | 从未“听过”如此詮释孟德尔颂小提琴协奏曲

古典纵横赵毅敏2017-09-02 05:04:28

恭喜伊莎贝尔·福斯特(Isabelle Faust)以莫扎特小提琴协奏曲全集获得2017年度《留声机》古典音乐大奖中的“最佳协奏曲奖”。这张由Harmonia Mundi发行的新唱片,虽然不是她个人的专辑,但肯定是以浮士德的“大热”去带动西班牙指挥家帕布罗·赫拉-卡萨多(Pablo Heras-Casado)这套完成中的孟德尔颂交响曲全集的唱片。(这套录音将另文介绍)

在莫扎特的小提琴协奏曲的录音中,福斯特在这套传统的作品中表现出独特的詮释。在孟德尔颂的这首耳熟能详的e小调协奏曲中,她继续将这种独特的理念带入到演奏中,使得听眾彷彿第一次听到这部作品般新鲜。

在演奏中,福斯特的发音不追求小提琴琴腔的共鸣,也不追求音色的对比效果,弹性速度和揉音使用的幅度比较节制,强调音乐行进中线条的统一性和推进的流畅性,彷彿音乐原生的效果就是这样,有著一种音乐原始的美感。演奏既有本真演奏那种特有的音乐流动感,也有传统现代乐团演奏的“浪漫”化的效果和感染力。和上一次莫扎特协奏曲相比,福斯特詮释音乐所用的这种“原生”化的处理理念,更为纯熟和有感染力。

至於对这种詮释的手法是否接受,这就要看聆听者自身的审美观是否能与演奏者之间产生共鸣。演奏家即使名气再大,敢於与传统割裂,採用全新的理念,这需要多大的勇气。笔者对於福斯特用这样的手法詮释莫扎特时表示保留的态度,而这次是很能接受了。

编辑评语

德国小提琴演奏家 Isabelle Faust 携手指挥家 Pablo Heras-Casado 以及德国乐团 Freiburger Barockorchester 共同演绎孟德尔颂的经典曲目。她演奏孟德尔颂的 E 小调小提琴协奏曲,呈现返璞归真的雅致美感。

本专辑另有孟德尔颂描写景色的音乐代表作,为听眾带来自然雅致的美感。

引用

Release Date August 25, 2017

Duration 01:01:35

Genre Classical

Styles Concerto

Symphony Recording DateMarch 19, 2017 - March 22, 2017

Recording Location Sala 1, Paul Casals, l'Auditori de Barcelona, Espagne

Mendelssohn* – Isabelle Faust, Freiburger Barockorchester, Pablo Heras-Casado ‎– Violin Concerto, Symphony No. 5 'Reformation', The Hebrides

Label: Harmonia Mundi ‎– HMM 902325

Format: CD

Country: Europe

Released: Aug 2017

Genre: Classical

Style: Romantic

Companies, etc.

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Harmonia Mundi Musique S.a.s.

Copyright © – Harmonia Mundi

Copyright © – Igor Studio

Copyright © – Felix Broede

Copyright © – Thomas Dorn

Copyright © – Annelies Van Der Vegt

Recorded At – L'Auditori de Barcelona

Manufactured By – Sony DADC – A0102872236-0101

Credits

Art Direction [Direction Artistique] – Martin Sauer

Composed By – Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Conductor, Directed By – Pablo Heras-Casado

Cover [Couverture] – Igor Studio

Edited By [Montage] – Julian Schwenkner, Martin Sauer, Sebastian Nattkemper, Thomas Bößl

Engineer [Prise De Son] – Tobias Lehmann

Liner Notes – Clive Brown (2), Roman Hinke

Liner Notes [Traduction Clive Brown] – Christopher Bayton

Liner Notes [Traduction] – Magalie Pès

Liner Notes [Translation] – Charles Johnston

Liner Notes [Übersetzung Clive Brown] – Stephanie Wollny

Orchestra – Freiburger Barockorchester

Photography By [Freiburger Barockorchester] – Annelies Van Der Vegt

Photography By [Isabelle Faust] – Felix Broede

Photography By [Pablo Heras-Casado] – Thomas Dorn

Isabelle Faust and Pablo Heras-Casado play Mendelssohn – Too HIP?

If you are a regular reader of this blog, you know I’m a huge Isabelle Faust fanboy.

Actually, I was mentally expecting another 5 star album when I saw what was just released, not suprisingly given my previous reviews (see here for the violin concertos of Mozart and Brahms, Brahms violin sonatas, her Beethoven sonata cycle is another reference for me, or her recording of Schumann’s violin concerto and piano trios).

Mendelssohn: Violin Concerto / Symphony No.5 / The Hebrides – Isabelle Faust – Pablo Heras-Casado – Freiburger Barockorchester (Harmonia Mundi 2017)

So, why don’t we get another 5 star review here?

Several reasons.

I’ve mentioned before in my review of the Mendelssohn’s symphonies by Yannick Nézet-Séguin that I just cannot relate very much to symphony no. 5. So I’ll leave the judgment of that work to others. I was hoping to like Heras-Casado’s previous recent recording of Mendelssohn’s 3rd and 4th (review not published), but found it a bit too rough on the edges to be really of my liking.

So, what about the centerpiece here, the violin concerto? Well, I cannot be to hard on Faust overall, her playing is flawless and impressive as usual. So what’s not to like?

Well, here we go into personal taste. I’ve always really liked the “historically informed” practice (HIP) using little vibrato, and often gut strings. I really feel it adds something to the music compared to the classical performance style of the 1960s-1980s.

And that’s exactly what Faust does here. Very, very, very little vibrato. Her Stradivarius, “Sleeping Beauty”, always had a slightly slimmer, shinier tone than others, which usually worked wonders for me.

But I’m sorry, it really doesn’t work for me at all with Mendelssohn. I just miss the fat romantic sound.

I’ve now played this album four times in the last days to see if it grows on me. And I just can’t get over it. So I’ll always refer you back to other recordings, like Janine Jansen’s beautiful album with Riccardo Chailly (mentioned in my 25 Essential Classical albums). Vibrato all the time (even though Chailly has done a good job putting a little bit of HIP into the Gewandhaus’ playing). And I just love it.

But that is not to say you shouldn’t check this album out. This really is purely based on personal preference, both Heras-Casado and Faust do an excellent performance.

The highlight of this album to me is the Hebrides overture, where the above mentioned roughness of the Heras-Casado and the Freiburger’s really works to paint the rough Northern landscape.

My review: 3 stars (and really only based on personal taste, you need to check it out to form your own opinion)

专辑曲目:

Violin Concerto Op. 64 E Minor = E-Moll = Mi Mineur

Violin, Soloist – Isabelle Faust

1. I. Allegro Molto Appassionato 11:21

2. II. Andante - Allegretto Non Troppo 8:09

3. III. Allegro Molto Vivace 5:37

4. The Hebrides – Concert Ouverture Op. 26 B Minor = H-Moll = Si Mineur 9:48

Symphony No. 5 "Reformation" Op. 107 D Minor = D-Moll = Ré Mineur

5. I. Andante. Allegro Con Fuoco 10:32

6. II. Allegro Vivace 4:53

7. III. Andante 3:24

8. IV. Choral “Ein Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott” Andante Con Moto - Allegro Vivace - Allegro Maestoso 7:51

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