搜尋

雷哈: 木管五重奏作品88及91 貝菲亞特管樂五重奏 Belfiato Quintet / Rejcha: Wind Quintets



雷哈: 木管五重奏作品88及91 貝菲亞特管樂五重奏	Belfiato Quintet / Rejcha: Wind Quintets
雷哈: 木管五重奏作品88及91 貝菲亞特管樂五重奏	Belfiato Quintet / Rejcha: Wind Quintets
專輯編號: SU4270
專輯類型: 單CD
發行年份: 2019
國際條碼: 0099925427023
音樂廠牌: SUPRAPHON
庫存狀態: 有庫存
定價: $650.00
特價: $580.00
購買數量:  
   - 或 -   

 

雷哈: 木管五重奏(作品88及91)
貝菲亞特管樂五重奏

Belfiato Quintet

The question as to why the Belfiato Quintet selected this particular repertoire for their second
album, was answered by the flautist Oto Reiprich as follows: „It's simple. Antonín Rejcha was
the father of the wind quintet and for over two decades no Czech ensemble has made an album
solely featuring Rejcha's wind quintets. Accordingly, the choice of the music for our second album
was entirely natural." The Belfiato Quintet picked three – the most beautiful and most
engrossing – of Rejcha's 24 wind quintets, which they have recorded at the acoustically
exceptionable Rudolfinum hall in Prague. It would seem that the virtuoso and passionate
musicians have found in Rejcha a kindred spirit. And they play his music with a truly colossal
vigour…

Antonín Rejcha (1770–1836) lived an adventurous and turbulent life. When he was 10, he ran
away from his Prague home, and would live in turn in Bonn, Hamburg and Vienna, before
finally settling in Paris. He presented his first symphony at the tender age of 17. Rejcha became
a friend of Beethoven's, who played the viola in the same orchestra, he made the acquaintance
with Haydn, and his teachers included Salieri. A keen experimenter, he liked to write in
quintuple time, was fascinated by Gypsy music with micro-intervals, playing with numbers and
chords, polyrhythm, polytonality and counterpoint. Moreover, he was an accomplished
theorist and a renowned teacher, also working as a professor at the Conservatoire de Paris.
His students included Liszt, Berlioz, Franck and other distinguished composers. Antonín
Rejcha was the first to write truly masterful wind quintets, making full use of the instruments'
timbres and technical potential. Notwithstanding its being challenging to perform, his music
comes across as bright, airy and gracious. The Belfiato Quintet is made up of players of
renowned orchestras (Czech Philharmonic, National Theatre Orchestra, PKF – Prague
Philharmonia, State Opera Orchestra, Prague Symphony Orchestra, Pardubice Chamber
Philharmonic and Philharmonia Orchestra, London).

They have garnered accolades at international competitions, including the ARD competition in
Munich, Prague Spring and Concertino Praga. The Belfiato Quintet won the Antonín Rejcha
Prize in Semmering. In 2011, the ensemble came third at the Henri Tomasi International Wind
Competition in Marseille, where they also received the prize for the best performance of a
Tomasi work.

  1. I. Lento - Allegro Moderato
  2. II. Menuetto. Allegro
  3. III. Poco Andante. Grazioso
  4. IV. Finale. Allegretto
  5. I. Introduction. Andante - Allegro Ma Non Troppo
  6. II. Andante Poco Allegretto
  7. III. Menuetto. Allegro Vivo
  8. IV. Finale. Allegro
  9. I. Lento - Allegro Assai
  10. II. Adagio
  11. III. Menuetto. Allegro Vivo
  12. IV. Finale. Allegretto

 

如果您對本專輯有什麽問題或經驗,請在此留下您的意見和建議!

您的姓名:


您的評價: 註意: 評論內容不支持HTML代碼!

顧客評分: 差評            好評

請在下框輸入驗證碼:



編號
曲目
長度
作詞
作曲
演奏
樂團
演唱
指揮
試聽