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cc72714
Wydawnictwo: Challenge Classics
Nr katalogowy: CC 72714
Nośnik: 1 SACD
Data wydania: kwiecień 2016
EAN: 608917271423
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Epoka muzyczna: 20 wiek do 1960
Obszar (język): rosyjski
Rodzaj: symfonia

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Prokofiev: Symphonies nos. 6 and 7

Challenge Classics - CC 72714
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Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra / James Gaffigan
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Second volume in the ongoing series devoted by Gaffigan to Prokofiev's symphonic output. After the cycle powerful start (Symphonies nos.3 and 4 on CC 72584), here are Prokofiev's last two symphonies. Once more two works separated by just few years in composition: 1945 and 1952. Crescendo magazine on volume 1: "Gaffigan's account is worthy any praise". The harmony in this Sixth symphony is fundamentally tonal, replete with omens and dissonances that sometimes resolve but sometimes testify to his predilection for abrupt shifts of mood, derived from film music, or for unpredictable gear changes from lyrical to more restless melodies. The composer's choice of instrumentation confirms his feeling for élan and transparency. Prokofiev said virtually nothing of the meaning behind the work. He associated the shadowy sound world with the impact of injuries caused by the War. Prokofiev's friend, the composer Myaskovsky, confessed that he only began to understand the work properly at the third hearing. Prokofiev was a modernist and a classicist at the same time, and this dichotomy was completely personal and at the same time far from clear. Indeed, it remains a mystery to many people to this day. The Seventh symphony is one of the last works completed by Prokofiev before his death. The composer was seriously ill in his final years and continued to compose only with the greatest difficulty. It is difficult to imagine this background when listening to the piece, which the composer himself regarded as a 'children's symphony'. Written for children it may have been, but it contains absolutely nothing childish or childlike. The harmony and melody appear to delight in meandering down strange pathways and a comparison with Haydn's Toy Symphony makes it patently obvious that this music is far from innocent. One childlike aspect may be that the phrasing and form still hold on to the remnants of classicism, as testified by the clear syntax and traces of sonata form.

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