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5★冷门 -【ECM】马代尔纳(1920-73),贝里奥(1925-2003) 现在,然后(24-96)

Dennis Russell Davies & Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana - Maderna & Berio: Now, and Then (24-96, ECM, 2017) {ECM (2485)}


Composers: Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643) 吉罗拉马·弗雷斯科巴尔迪,
                    Giovanni Legrenzi (1626-1690) 乔凡尼·莱格伦齐,
                    Luciano Berio (1925-2003) 卢西亚诺·贝里奥,
                    Giovanni Gabrieli (1554/57-1612) 乔万尼·加布瑞利,
                    Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana (ca.1560-1627) 托马索·洛多维科·达·维亚达纳,
                    Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer (1692-1766) 昂尼科·威尔海姆·冯·瓦森纳伯爵,
Transcription: By Bruno Maderna (1920-1973) 布鲁诺·马代尔纳
Musicians: Dennis Russell Davies (b.1944) 丹尼斯·罗素·戴维斯
Orchestra della Svizzera italiana 瑞士意大利语区管弦乐团
Pablo Márquez Guitar 帕布罗/巴勃罗·马奎斯
Genre: Classical
Label: ECM  (http://www.ecmrecords.com/)
Series: ECM New Series
No.: ECM 2485 (https://www.ecmrecords.com/catalogue/1504600188)
Release date: 27.10.2017


    Unlike many of his radical new music colleagues, Bruno Maderna (1920-1973) had a great affection for older music, especially that of the Italian Renaissance and Early Baroque eras. But his transcriptions had little to do with the orthodoxy of so-called ‘historically informed’ interpretation. In the belief that works of art can be removed from their original contexts, he used contemporary instrumental resources to discover new meaning and a new validity in the works of old masters.

    His transcriptions of Gabrieli, Frescobaldi, Legrenzi, Viadana and Wassenaer are vividly conveyed by the RSI Orchestra under Dennis Russell Davies in a programme which includes Chemins V by Maderna’s good friend Luciano Berio (1925-2003). Chemins V is itself a transcription of sorts, a chamber orchestra version of Berio’s Sequenza XI. Soloist Pablo Marquez references flamenco and the guitar’s classical heritage, while the orchestra engages with the guitar on levels of expanded harmony. Dialogue develops, as Berio said, “through multiple forms of interaction, from the most unanimous to the most conflictual and estranged.”


Background

Now, and then is a fascinating album which challenges definitions of old and new music. Bruno Maderna’s charming and evocative transcriptions and re-orchestrations of pieces by Frescobaldi, Legrenzi, Gabrieli, Viadana and Wassanaer are brought together with Luciano Berio’s Chemins V (heard here in a premiere recording). As the composer himself noted, Chemins V can also be considered a “transcription”: it is a resetting, made in 1992 of Sequenza XI (1987/88), Berio’s masterful work for solo guitar, now enveloped by luminous writing for chamber orchestra.

Argentinean guitarist Pablo Márquez brilliantly addresses the dialogic qualities of the solo part, conceived by Berio as an idiomatic exchange between the heritage of classical guitar and flamenco tradition, unfolding within the composer’s own expressive language. (Marquez has worked with this musical material for many years, and played the Sequenza for Berio in Florence.) Dennis Russell Davies conducts the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana with great flair and specialist knowledge of Berio’s oeuvre. Davies first worked with Berio while still a student, and co-founded the Juilliard Ensemble with him in 1967, when Berio was faculty composer at the Juilliard School. Through Berio, Davies came to know Bruno Maderna, and worked with him, too.

Berio (1925-2003) and Maderna (1920-73) were close associates. Pioneers in the new field of electronic music in the 1950s, they co-directed the electronic studio at the Italian state radio. Both were considered key figures of the Darmstadt School in the late 1950s, taking new music forward by means of serialism. Yet both also shared a sense of musical possibility too broad to be limited by any “school.” When Maderna died in 1973, Berio wrote: “There is an expression ‘the joy of making music’ which is essential to a better understanding of the space left empty by Bruno – an expression that sounds rather hypocritical today, having been misused by people who conceive music only as a disciplinary exercise.” Maderna loved to emphasize, through the full range of his activities, his conviction that “music is an expression of emotions.” This sentiment is forcefully conveyed in his arrangements of 17th century and 18th century music here. As Paul Griffiths notes in the CD booklet, Maderna is not concerned with the cult of “historically informed performance”. His transcriptions, instead, “observe scores from the past with the means of the present, in the belief that works of art can be removed from their contexts to discover a new meaning and a new validity.”

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Some interconnections: Bruno Maderna’s Quartetto per archi in due tempi, a work dedicated to Luciano Berio, was recorded for ECM New Series by the Cikada String Quartet on their album Saariaho/Cage/Maderna, issued in 2005. ECM has also released several recordings of Berio, foremost among them Voci, with Kim Kashkashian, which explored Berio’s relationship to Sicilian folk music, with Dennis Russell Davies conducting the Radio Symphonieorchester Wien in the title composition.

Davies has been associated with ECM since the 1970s and his many recordings for the label range from performances of Mozart and Samuel Barber with Keith Jarrett to Arvo Pärt’s history-making Tabula Rasa album, as well as music of Stravinsky, Cage, Kancheli, Schnittke, and Silvestrov. Apropos Valentin Silvestrov: as his 80th birthday is celebrated (refer also to the recently issued album Hieroglyphen der Nacht) it’s worth recalling that Bruno Maderna was among the very first musicians outside the Soviet Union to support the work of the Ukrainian composer, conducting his Eschatophoniya in Darmstadt in September 1968.

Pablo Márquez’s ECM discography includes both music of the renaissance by Luys de Narváez and 20th century music of the uncategorizable composer-guitarist-pianist-poet Gustavo “Cuchi” Leguizamón.

The Orchestra della Svizzera italiana can be heard playing music of Anouar Brahem on the album Souvenance.

Now, and then, recorded in Lugano in August 2015, is a co-production of ECM and RSI Rete Due. The album’s programme had its genesis in discussions between recording producer Manfred Eicher and RSI’s Christian Gilardi.

CD booklet includes liner notes by Paul Griffiths, Michele Chiappini and Angela Ida de Benedictis, as well as archive and session photography.


Tracklist:

Girolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643) - Tre Pezzi
01. Tre Pezzi -1. Recercar super LA-FA-SOL-LA-RE (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        4'33
02. Tre Pezzi -2a. Christe (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        0'52
03. Tre Pezzi -2b. Kyrie (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        0'44
04. Tre Pezzi -3. Bergamasca (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        4'43

05. La Basadonna (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        3'20
      (Giovanni Legrenzi)
06. Chemins V        20'42
      (Luciano Berio)

07. Canzone a tre cori (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        5'20
      (Giovanni Gabrieli, Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana)
08. La Napolitana (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        2'18
      (Giovanni Gabrieli, Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana)
09. La Venexiana (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        3'11
      (Giovanni Gabrieli, Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana)
10. La Veronese (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        2'43
      (Giovanni Gabrieli, Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana)
11. La Romana (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        1'52
      (Giovanni Gabrieli, Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana)
12. La Mantovana (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        1'31
      (Giovanni Gabrieli, Tommaso Lodovico da Viadana)

Unico Wilhelm van Wassenaer (1692-1744) Formerly attributed to Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (1710-1736) - Palestrina-Konzert
13. Palestrina-Konzert -1. Grave assai sostenuto (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        3'39
14. Palestrina-Konzert -2. Andante (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        3'34
15. Palestrina-Konzert -3. Vivace (Transcription By Bruno Maderna)        3'26

TT: ?'?


FEATURED ARTISTS
Dennis Russell Davies
Orchestra della Svizzera italiana
Pablo Márquez Guitar

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不太熟悉,试听了一下,非常好听,谢谢!
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