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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Nr katalogowy: C 989201
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: luty 2020
EAN: 4011790989129
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): czeski
Instrumenty: fortepian
Rodzaj: pieśń

Janacek: The Diary of One Who Disappeared

Orfeo - C 989201
Pavol Breslik, tenor
Ester Pavlu, mezzo-soprano
Dominika Hanko, soprano
Zuzana Marczelová, soprano
Mária Kovács, mezzo-soprano
Robert Pechanec, piano
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Classica 4 Ritmo Parade Fono Forum 5
Zápisník zmizelého, JW V/12 (The Diary of One Who Disappeared) - Song Cycle for tenor, alto, three female voices and piano, After a text by Ozef Kalda
Šest národních písní jež zpívala Gabel Eva, JW V/9 (Six folksongs sung by Eva Gabel)
Písn detvanské, zbojnické balady, JW V/11 (Songs from Detva, Brigand Ballads)
Leoš Janácek (1854–1928) composed the song cycle The Diary Of One Who Disappeared at a time when many people already considered him on a par with the other two masters of Czech national music, Smetana and Dvorák. The inspiration for the autobiographical Diary came from a few enigmatic lines of poetry in two editions of the Lidove noviny (People’s Newspaper) published in May 1916.

Although this work is Janá ek’s most important original song cycle, his keen interest in the folk songs and dances of his Moravian homeland resulted in a plethora of arrangements, making this music accessible also for the classical concert hall. These include the Six folksongs sung by Eva Gabel (Šest národních písní jež zpívala Gabel Eva) and the Songs from Detva (Písne detvanské). Quite unlike the songs of the Diary, which chiefly make reference to the Moravian dialect, the arrangements evince the typically ethnic-sounding music that Janá ek refined, so to speak, by adding a sophisticated piano part to adaptations of the existing melody lines, reflecting the tradition of the great song compositions of the 19th century.

Having explored songs by Mozart and Schubert on previous acclaimed albums, Slovak tenor Pavol Breslik now presents works by Czech composer Leoš Janá ek in his fourth album for ORFEO.

Recording: Vienna, 4tune Studio, 07-11.05.2019.

Zobacz także:

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  • COV 50802
  • AN 29984
  • NIFCCD 073
  • RCD 1077
  • AUDITE 95649
  • KTC 1748
  • COBRA 0080
  • NFPMA 99148
  • ARS 38595