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Mozart: Piano Quartets K. 493 & K. 478 [Hybrid SACD]


  • Code: CC72758
  • Manufacturer: Challenge Classics
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Klasyczna Muzyka Kameralna
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2017-11-13,
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multikulti.com - ocena * * * * *:
O rondzie z Kwartetu fortepianowego KV478 g-moll Albert Einstein powiedział "To raj Mozarta: melodyczny kwiat, istniejący jakby bez celu; boski dar, który należy zostawić nietkniętym".
Z kolei Kwartet fortepianowy KV493 Es-dur uchodzi za arcydzieło, jeśli chodzi o oryginalność, świeżość inwencji, subtelność opracowania.

Oba kwartety trafiły w ręce prawdziwych mistrzów, którzy uświadamiają jak różne i fascynujące mogą być oblicza kameralistyki. Sigiswald Kuijken (ur. 1944), jedna z najważniejszych postaci świata muzyki dawnej i pokolenia odkrywającego zasady historycznego wykonawstwa, belgijski dyrygent, skrzypek i altowiolista grający na autentycznych instrumentach z epoki. Ze swoim zespołem La Petite Bande dokonał wielu cennych nagrań dawnej muzyki instrumentalnej, a także oper Da Pontego i Mozarta. Solista, kameralista, dyrygent, legendarny skrzypek, który w 1981 roku dokonał pionierskiego nagrania Sonat i Partit Jana Sebastiana Bacha.

Muzycy Kuijken Piano Quartet zapraszają słuchacza do obcowanie z wysoką skalą emocji, przy tym osiągają niebywałą spójność energetyczną. Klasycznie przejrzyste oba Kwartety fortepianowe, w których Mozart ujawnia to drugie oblicze, artysty wrażliwego, czułego, delikatnego, myślącego głęboko i refleksyjnie, w wykonaniu Kuijkenów brzmią wybornie!
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Editor's info:
The two piano quartets, written in 1785 and 1786, are all-encompassing – the appeal of a piano concerto in miniature on the one hand, and the mystery and intimacy of the most heavenly chamber music on the other. Mozart created this genre practically from scratch. Indeed, his treatment of these four instruments as equal partners was unheard of in his day. The silence, both empty silence and full silence, I experience in the slow movement of the second piano quartet, is like a balm, while the intense power of expression of both opening movements leaves me speechless.

Veronica Kuijken
Veronica Kuijken (b. 1978) has studied piano in Brussels (with Daniel Blumenthal), violin in Londen and Winterthur (with David Takeno and Rudolf Koelman), and has specialised in Zürich for lieder and French song (with Irwin Gage). She performs regularly in recitals with Stephan Genz, Philippe Huttenlocher and Stephan MacLeod. After 6 years as a repetiteur at the cembalo for baroque singing (at the Centre de Musique Ancienne de Geneve), Veronica has been engaged since 2004 as a piano accompanist at the Haute Ecole de Musique in Lausanne. This has allowed her to collaborate with musical personalities such as Christa Ludwig, Emmanuel Pahud, Sophie Cherrier and Barthold Kuijken.

Sigiswald Kuijken
Sigiswald Kuijken was born in 1944 close to Brussels. He studied violin at theconservatories of Bruges and Brussels, completing his studies at the latterinstitution with Maurice Raskin in 1964. He came into contact with early musicat a very young age, together with his brother Wieland. Studying on his own,he gained a thorough knowledge of specific 17th- and 18thcentury performancetechniques and conventions of interpretation on violin and viola da gamba.This led to the introduction, in 1969, of a more authentic way of playing theviolin, whereby the instrument was no longer held under the chin, but lay freelyon the shoulder; this was to have a crucial influence on the approach to theviolin repertoire and was consequently adopted by many players starting inthe early 1970s.

Sara Kuijken
Born in Asse (Belgium) in 1968, Sara Kuijken began her music studies in her home town before going on to study viola with Professor E. Schiffer at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels where she was awarded First Prize in 1989 and the Higher Diploma in 1992, both with distinction. She completed her studies with Professor J. Kussmaul at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam, gaining her UM Diploma in 1995.

Michel Boulanger
Michel Boulanger earned the first prize and higher diplomas in cello and chamber music at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, going on to study at the Musikhochschule in Cologne and regularly participating in masterclasses with Janos Starker and Steven Isserlis. From 1989 to 1991, he studied with Janos Starker at Indiana University in Bloomington where he specialized in historical performance at the IU Early Music Institute. He completed his training in Baroque cello with Hidemi Suzuki in Brussels, earning first prize

muzycy:
Veronica Kuijken: piano
Sigiswald Kuijken: violin
Sara Kuijken: viola
Michel Boulanger: cello

utwory:

1. Piano Quartet K. 493 Allegro 14:30
2. Piano Quartet K. 493 Larghetto 12:55
3. Piano Quartet K. 493 Allegretto 09:01
4. Piano Quartet K. 478 Allegro 14:53
5. Piano Quartet K. 478 Andante 07:02
6. Piano Quartet K. 478 Rondo 08:09

wydano: 2017-10
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