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斯人的黃昏 2018-6-16 09:05 PM

訃聞專區 - Michael Gielen 享年91歲 (20.07.1927 - 08.03.2019) #22

[size=5][color=red][b]有感於不少演奏家陪著聽古典音樂的人長大, 包括小弟. 但許多時沒有接觸, 日子久了, 人也老就逝去, 所以此帖為了勾起大家的憶記而已.
R.I.P.[/b][/color][/size]
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數年前有幸聽過大師Live (hkpo shost 10), 老指揮中, 他很深得我心, RIP...
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Anton Bruckner - Symphony 7 (Original version), Gennadi Rozhdestvensky   
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPFAkI8qSR0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPFAkI8qSR0[/url]
Shostakovich: Symphony #7 in C Major, "Leningrad", Op. 60 - I Allegretto
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJMw0zLpIZQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJMw0zLpIZQ[/url]

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symphonicdance 2018-6-17 12:45 PM

RIP

This one was rated 'rosette' by Penguin Guide.

Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker, Op. 71
Anthony Dowell & Lesley Collier
Royal Ballet & Royal Opera House, Gennady Rozhdestvensky

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maulee2008 2018-6-25 01:20 PM

RIP Maestro :Q

斯人的黃昏 2018-8-23 08:33 PM

雖人已逝, 再掘上來也沒意思, 開新帖又沒什麼諗頭, 但見到Gennady Rozhdestvensky夫人有新發行, 也是有意思.
而在另一些文章見到Viktoria Postnikova是首位錄老柴鋼琴曲的第一人, 原來側面看也很美麗.
[img]https://d27t0qkxhe4r68.cloudfront.net/t_300/190295701512.jpg?1519055401[/img]

斯人的黃昏 2018-10-6 09:37 PM

[color=blue]歐洲最出色的女高音之一、西班牙歌劇天后蒙塞拉特卡芭葉(Montserrat Caballe),今天在巴塞隆納的醫院逝世,享壽85歲。[/color]
卡芭葉因為膽囊問題入住巴塞隆納的醫院(Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau),過去兩周一直住院治療。美聯社報導,她的家人表示,不希望她的死因曝光。
她的死訊傳出後,西班牙總理桑切斯(Pedro Sanchez)在推特發文,稱是「令人難過的消息」。
卡芭葉出生於巴塞隆納的勞工階級家庭,很早就展露歌唱天份,7歲就能唱巴赫的頌讚曲。她擁有明亮清澈天籟嗓音,1956年在瑞士展開歌唱生涯,在世界各地重要的歌劇院與音樂廳表演已經超過4000次,擔綱演唱的角色逾90個,是全球最知名的女高音之一。(張翠蘭/綜合外電報導)
[img]https://img.appledaily.com.tw/images/ReNews/20181006/640_da6fa2fb172db309c57d9e0314903910.jpg[/img]
[url=https://tw.appledaily.com/new/realtime/20181006/1442956/]https://tw.appledaily.com/new/realtime/20181006/1442956/[/url]

awgm 2018-10-6 11:07 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]斯人的黃昏[/i] 於 2018-6-16 09:05 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=482147192&ptid=27514471][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
有感於不少演奏家陪著聽古典音樂的人長大, 包括小弟. 但許多時沒有接觸, 日子久了, 人也老就逝去, 所以此帖為了勾起大家的憶記而已.
R.I.P.
:smile_o06:
數年前有幸聽過大師Live (hkpo shost 10), 老指揮中, 他很深得我心, RIP...
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Anton Bruckner - Symphon ... [/quote]

很喜歡的歌唱家RIP😥

sallyrichter 2018-10-7 06:10 PM

你伴隨著我瘋狂的青春在調和對中[font=Microsoft YaHei], [/font]以它的美麗回歸了我堅持從生活中偷竊的感覺。巴黎的 Bellini[font=Microsoft YaHei], [/font]洛杉磯的 Vivaldi,[font=Microsoft YaHei] [/font]兩個已經遙遠的里程碑[font=Microsoft YaHei],[/font]標誌著[font=Microsoft YaHei],[/font]只有你知道提供的美麗[font=Microsoft YaHei],[/font]在我的生活中的無情的時間流逝。它漂浮在空氣中的輕柔[font=Microsoft YaHei], [/font]並變暗[font=Microsoft YaHei], [/font]失去自己像海鷗在地平線上。再見了 Montserrat,  我希望有一天我能聽見你與天使在神的寶座前歌唱。[font=Microsoft YaHei](GOOGLE TRANSLATE)[/font]
[font=Microsoft YaHei]Homenaje a Montserrat Caballé (2014) | Teatro Real200 años 18/19[/font]
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDUufOvzUmU][font=Microsoft YaHei][color=#0563c1]+[/color][/font][/url]
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sallyrichter 2018-10-7 06:11 PM

[font=Microsoft YaHei]Montserrat Caballè and José Carreras in Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow, 1989[/font]
[font=Microsoft YaHei]Brindisi[/font]
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFPl-T5iZaE][font=Microsoft YaHei][color=#0563c1]+[/color][/font][/url]

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斯人的黃昏 2018-10-7 09:26 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]awgm[/i] 於 2018-10-6 11:07 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=488507468&ptid=27514471][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]

很喜歡的歌唱家RIP😥 [/quote]我用番上次Rozh帖, 改了主題, 所以你引言錯誤啦:smile_o15:

awgm 2018-10-7 09:35 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]斯人的黃昏[/i] 於 2018-10-7 09:26 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=488558669&ptid=27514471][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
我用番上次Rozh帖, 改了主題, 所以你引言錯誤啦:smile_o15: [/quote]

吾甘要la,大家明我up乜就ok😁

斯人的黃昏 2018-10-10 10:59 PM

其實沒有想過出一帖專門報導逝世了的音樂家, 因這也是新聞, 應該歸入小弟以前一個古典音樂新聞帖;
[url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/viewthread.php?tid=18801718&extra=page%3D7]https://www.discuss.com.hk/viewthread.php?tid=18801718&extra=page%3D7[/url]
但維持一個恆常帖要花費不少精神, 尤其不能令其沉底繼而鎖帖(系統設定), 所以趁著近年工作忙就放棄上述的帖子.
不過忙歸忙, 分享帖就Keep著, 都是喜歡失驚無神, 靈機一動的出Post.
通常創意是有, 但要保持文字敘述才是頭痕, 所以有時回帖有些慢, 大不如前了.
又是回應開這帖問題, 是九月初見到某音樂家逝世, 才發覺以前陪著小弟一段日子的他, 原來在他逝去才想起這段回憶, 所以想起兒時不少音樂家, 現在大多一把年紀或已成大叔或大嫂.
那麼既然已甚少接觸, 但逝去又勾起憶記, 那就開一帖去懷念吧.
R.I.P.

斯人的黃昏 2018-10-10 11:02 PM

[color=blue]以下是那位
"九月初某音樂家逝世"[/color]

Claudio Scimone (1934-2018)
[img]https://d27t0qkxhe4r68.cloudfront.net/images/articles/scimoneRIP.jpg[/img]
[url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudio_Scimone]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudio_Scimone[/url]


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sallyrichter 2018-10-13 07:08 PM

[font=Microsoft YaHei][/font][font=Microsoft YaHei][b]EN DIRECTO: Funeral de Montserrat Caballé en Barcelona[/b][/font]
[font=Microsoft YaHei] ([/font]喪禮直播, 可選中英字幕[font=Microsoft YaHei])[/font]
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25Q2aVcD_8Q][font=Microsoft YaHei][color=#0563c1]+[/color][/font][/url]

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sallyrichter 2018-10-13 07:08 PM

[font=Microsoft YaHei][/font][font=Microsoft YaHei][b]EN DIRECTO: Funeral de Montserrat Caballé en Barcelona[/b][/font]
[font=Microsoft YaHei] ([/font]喪禮直播[font=Microsoft YaHei])[/font]
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25Q2aVcD_8Q][font=Microsoft YaHei][color=#0563c1]+[/color][/font][/url]

maulee2008 2018-10-24 03:02 PM

Montserrat Caballe 唱Turandot都是她首本.
Montserrat Caballe "In questa reggia" Turandot
[url]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vQgDmULFq0[/url]

斯人的黃昏 2018-12-21 09:28 PM

[quote]原帖由 [i]斯人的黃昏[/i] 於 2018-10-10 11:02 PM 發表 [url=https://www.discuss.com.hk/redirect.php?goto=findpost&pid=488739876&ptid=27514471][img]https://www.discuss.com.hk/images/common/back.gif[/img][/url]
以下是那位
"九月初某音樂家逝世"

Claudio Scimone (1934-2018)
[img]https://d27t0qkxhe4r68.cloudfront.net/images/articles/scimoneRIP.jpg[/img]
[url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudio_Scimone]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claudio_Scimone[/url]
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找到其喪禮, 走了也有音樂伴隨.
FUNERALI DI CLAUDIO SCIMONE 08 09 2018
[url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1w1HVuLrFA]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1w1HVuLrFA[/url]

斯人的黃昏 2018-12-27 06:46 PM

2018年仲有幾日…RIP
Death of an international Greek composer, 83
[img=206,266]https://slippedisc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/theodore-antoniou.jpg[/img]
[url=https://slippedisc.com/2018/12/death-of-an-international-greek-composer-85/?fbclid=IwAR3l7einMzk3BNyLgfBi6axtIZu-7hU08qsM4DkdYlMZK-jnFk6PVwhHU7I]https://slippedisc.com/2018/12/death-of-an-international-greek-composer-85/?fbclid=IwAR3l7einMzk3BNyLgfBi6axtIZu-7hU08qsM4DkdYlMZK-jnFk6PVwhHU7I[/url]

斯人的黃昏 2019-1-9 09:22 PM

[size=5][b]John Joubert[/b][/size]
20-mar-1927~7-Jan-2019
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News reached us today of the death of [b]British-South African composer[/b] John Joubert, who for over half his life had lived and worked in Moseley, Birmingham. Cultivating a sometimes austere style of composition, he ranged widely across genres, notching up string quartets, concerti for violin, bassoon, cello and piano, symphonies, oratorios and operas.
However, it was in the field of Anglican church music that he had the greatest impact; Joubert cited the strong influence on his style of “the idiom of Anglican church music generally. Parry and Stanford, and all the usual blokes.” Three of his choral works in particular have entered the regular repertoire at churches and cathedrals and are surely among his most frequently-performed pieces – the anthem [i]O Lorde, the Maker of Al Thing[/i], with medieval tinges to its harmony to complement an archaic text written by Henry VIII; a restrained and elegant setting of the carol [i]There is No Rose of Such Virtue[/i]; and by far his best-known work, the ever-popular [i]Torches[/i], a lively depiction of the excitement of would-be worshippers of the new-born Jesus hurrying to Bethlehem. Composed relatively early on in Joubert’s career when he was just 24, [i]Torches[/i] would find its way into the first volume of [i]Carols for Choirs[/i] in 1961 and become an instant favourite with singers; it has remained a repertoire staple ever since. Joubert once remarked of his 'greatest hit', that “I've even had carol-singers come to the door and sing it, without knowing the composer lives inside.”
Born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1927 to parents of mixed Franco-Dutch heritage, Joubert was educated at an Anglican-run college in Rondebosch which provided him with a high-quality grounding in music; although initially aspiring to become a painter, he settled on music as a career in his late teens, studying at music colleges both in South Africa and subsequently London.
In the early part of his career, Joubert divided his time between composition and academia, teaching at Hull for just over a decade before moving to the University of Birmingham, where he lectured between 1962 and 1986. Taking early retirement allowed him to devote his energies more fully to composition, and he was still writing new works until very recently: 2007 saw an eightieth-birthday celebration of his output billed as a “Joubertiade”, and just two years ago he marked his ninetieth with, among other things, a recording on Somm of his long-awaited opera [i]Jane Eyre[/i], which continued a trend of novel-based operas begun with [i]Silas Marner[/i] in 1961 and including a Tolstoy adaptation in 1973. Throughout his compositional career he displayed an independence of attitude that resisted pigeonholing and typecasting, while never seeking out iconoclasm for its own sake.
He is survived by his wife Mary, two children (all three musicians) and four grandchildren.
[url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Joubert_(composer]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Joubert_(composer[/url])

斯人的黃昏 2019-1-15 07:13 PM

[color=blue]Theo Adam (1926-2019)[/color]
[color=blue]1 August 1926 – 10 January 2019
[color=black]The great German bass Theo Adam, particularly renowned for his Strauss and Wagner roles, has died in Dresden aged 92.[/color][/color]
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Born in Dresden on 1st August 1926, Adam began singing as a boy chorister in the Dresdner Kreuzchor and trained with Rudolf Dietrich after serving in World War II; he made his professional debut in a small role in Mussorgsky’s [i]Boris Godunov[/i] (in which he would go on to sing the title-role) in 1949, and began a long association with the Bayreuth Festival (where his roles would include Titurel, Pogner, the Dutchman and Wotan) in the early 1950s. By the early 1970s he was appearing regularly at Covent Garden (where he debuted as Wotan in 1967) and the Metropolitan Opera in roles such as Hans Sachs, Pizarro and Wozzeck; he also enjoyed a close relationship with the Wiener Staatsoper, where he continued to appear in smaller roles until his early seventies.

In addition to his core repertoire, Adam was active in contemporary music, creating Prospero in Berio’s 1984 opera [i]Un re in ascolto[/i], and the title-roles in Friedrich Cerha’s [i]Baal[/i] and Paul Dessau’s [i]Einstein[/i]. After retiring from stage work, he devoted himself to teaching (chiefly at the Musikhochschule in Dresden) and writing, publishing numerous books on his career and the roles which he had sung, and contributing to volumes including [i]The Metropolitan Opera Encyclopaedia[/i] and [i]The New Grove Dictionary of Opera[/i] throughout the 1980s and 90s.
Adam recorded most of his Wagner roles at least once (often with the Staatskapelle Dresden); his extensive discography also includes Kaspar in Carlos Kleiber’s recording of [i]Der Freischütz[/i], Herr Morosus on Marek Janowski’s [i]Die schweigsame Frau[/i] and Baron Ochs on Karl Böhm’s [i]Der Rosenkavalier[/i], as well as numerous oratorio recordings.



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斯人的黃昏 2019-1-29 10:10 PM

[color=blue]Michel Legrand (1932-2019)
Oscar-Winning Film Composer, Dies at 86[/color]
[img=618,412]https://www.thewrap.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/legrand.jpg[/img]
[url=https://www.thewrap.com/michel-legrand-oscar-winning-film-composer-dies-at-86/]https://www.thewrap.com/michel-legrand-oscar-winning-film-composer-dies-at-86/[/url]

斯人的黃昏 2019-3-8 10:56 PM

Jacques Loussier (1934-2019)
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[color=blue]The French pianist and composer[/color] Jacques Loussier, best known for his trio’s best-selling string of albums re-interpreting the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in a jazz style, passed away on Monday aged 84.  One of the original “cross-over” artists, Loussier was blessed with the ability to play both classical and jazz and merge them convincingly into his own unique hybrid. Unlike many classical artists' efforts to “go jazz”, the Jacques Loussier Trio could truly swing, helping it sell over 7 million records in its sixties and early seventies heyday.
Born on 26 October 1934 in Angers, France, Loussier started piano lessons aged ten and after three months had his first encounter with the music of J. S. Bach through the little prelude in G minor. He quickly became obsessed and played it 'tens, hundreds of times', embellishing by dropping or adding notes, changing the tempo, and recontextualising the music. At the age of 13 he was taken to Paris and introduced to Yves Nat, who took him on as a long-distance student, giving Loussier pieces to study, and every three months the boy would return to Paris for advice and further instruction. Moving to Paris at the tender age of 16, Loussier played in jazz bars to help finance his studies at the Conservatoire National Musique. When nerves got the better of him whilst playing Bach in a piano competition at the conservatory he started improvising, arguing that he was only following the tradition of the great masters.
In 1959 he formed the Jacques Loussier Trio with two of France’s finest jazz musicians, bassist Pierre Michelot and drummer Christian Garros. Chiming perfectly with the mood of the era, a copy of the Jacques Loussier Trio Play Bach became de rigeur for any aspiring bohemian’s record collection, alongside Brubeck’s [i]Time Out[/i], Getz/Gilberto and Glenn Gould’s [i]Goldberg Variations[/i]. Many people of a certain age will remember “Happiness… is a cigar called Hamlet”, the adverts famously accompanied by the trio’s brilliant take on [i]Air on the G String[/i]. Aside from Bach the trio would go on to explore the music of Debussy, Chopin, Vivaldi and many more.
From the early sixties onwards Loussier composed a huge amount of film and television soundtracks, including the theme for popular French TV hit [i]Thierry la Fronde[/i]. After the trio broke up in the late seventies Loussier built his own recording studio in Provence and focussed on his own compositions. He also worked with some of the most prominent rock musicians of the era including Yes, Elton John, and Pink Floyd. He was also an early artist to take a stand against copyright infringement when he brought a lawsuit against Eminem and Dr. Dre over a sampled beat, which was settled out of court.
Ultimately Jacques Loussier will be best remembered as a bold yet tasteful re-interpreter of Bach, and a musician who did a great deal to introduce new listeners to both the classical and jazz music.  He died on 5 March 2019.

斯人的黃昏 2019-3-9 11:36 PM

R.I.P.
對當代音樂格外有貢獻的奧地利指揮巨人、作曲家麥克·吉倫Michael Gielen於昨日過世,享年91歲 (20.07.1927 - 08.03.2019)
(引言)

[color=blue]對於Michael Gielen最有印象是其Bruckner Symphony 3 1867/77 nowak 1981, Scherzo movt (with Scherzo coda notes in oeser below)是沒有太多指揮會採用, 是令小弟眼前一亮, 耳目一新.[/color][img]https://d27t0qkxhe4r68.cloudfront.net/t_300/4010276011736.jpg?1401982543[/img]

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前往野性的妹頭 2019-3-10 08:46 AM

Gielen Mahler 7 都非常好
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