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Wydawnictwo: Onyx
Nr katalogowy: ONYX 4027
Nośnik: 1 CD
EAN: 880040402725
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Epoka muzyczna: współczesna
Obszar (język): japoński
Instrumenty: altówka
Rodzaj: koncert, muzyka filmowa

Takemitsu / Hayashi / Dun: Viola Concerto, Nostalghia, Pipa Concerto

Onyx - ONYX 4027
Yuri Bashmet, violin
Wu Man, pipa
Directed by Yuri Bashmet
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Grammy Awards
Viola Concerto "Elegia"
Nostalghia, for violin & string orchestra
Three Film Scores for String Orchestra:
Music of Training and Rest (from José Torres)
Funeral Music (from Black Rain)
Waltz (from Face of Another)
Tan Dun:
Pipa Concerto;
Takemitsu is of course Japan’s best-known composer. Nostalghia was written in memory of Russian film director Andrei Tarkovsky (and featuring Bashmet on violin!), plus three short film scores, Takemitsu’s favourite genre. Finally, a substantial addition to the viola concerto repertoire – Hayashi’s Concerto “Elegia” (1995), a highly approachable and yearning score with hints of Janacek and Bartok as well as a distinctive Japanese flavour.

Sunday Times

25th May 2008


“Tan Dun’s four-movement Pipa Concerto...is, as one might expect, eclectic, vibrant, colourful and immediate; but, as with much of his work, the piece seems more theatrical effect than substance. Wu Man plays the pipa - a Chinese-style lute - beautifully. [In Hayashi's Viola Concerto] Yuri Bashmet gives the viola solo part with his usual powerfully rich tone, and he is equally good on the violin in Takemitsu’s Nostalghia (1988), a meditative tribute to the film director Andrei Tarkovsky. The Moscow Soloists, superb throughout, also give three extracts from Takemitsu’s large canon of film music.”

Gramophone Magazine

October 2008

“This is the first recording of … Tan Dun's Pipa Concerto, and it's an absolute knockout. With strong, vigorous direction from Yuri Bashmet and some wonderfully extrovert playing from both the Moscow Strings and well known pipa exponent Wu Man, Tan's overt theatricality bursts forth like a rampant Chinese dragon. Bashmet is the soloist in both Nostalghia and Elegia, and it would be difficult to find a better advocate for these works.”

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