Alice Sara Ott – Tchaikovsky, Liszt: First Piano Concertos

Alice Sara Ott – Tchaikovsky, Liszt: First Piano Concertos (2010)

Quality:Deutsche Grammophon
Year Of Release:2010
Total Time:58:00
Total Size:269 Mb
Label:Deutsche Grammophon

弗朗茨·李斯特(Franz Liszt)和彼得·伊希·柴可夫斯基(Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky)的第一首钢琴协奏曲是这一类型的主要曲目,并且非常有名,对一些艺术家和观众来说,它们已经成为疲倦的战马。然而,爱丽丝·莎拉·奥特(Alice Sara Ott)声称,她与这些作品有着密切的联系,这些作品自十几岁起就一直是她经历的一部分,她在其他钢琴家可能认为仅仅是炫耀或夸夸其谈的段落中表达了个人情感。奥特的演奏总是以她控制的触感、清晰的线条和干净利落的技巧而著称,她在两场演出中的表现都很出色。在她的表演中,质量也许不那么明显,但与精湛技艺同样重要的是她对安静部分的抒情处理。这些可能不是听众首先注意到甚至寻求的东西,尤其是面对所有敲击的和弦、闪电般的快跑、八度音阶和其他键盘烟火,但正是这些东西使这张协奏曲专辑成为一个迷人的研究课题。奥特对音乐个性化的需求很大程度上取决于她对rubato的使用,钢琴伴奏和管弦乐伴奏之间的推拉关系意味着托马斯·亨格尔布鲁克和慕尼黑爱乐乐团需要感受她的诠释,以及跟随她的脉搏。结果是这两首协奏曲的演奏风格相当有弹性,这可能不是每个人都喜欢,但这无疑使奥特和她对这两首曲目的高度浪漫主义风格有所不同。Deutsche Grammaphon的声音响亮,但注重细节,没有过度的混响。

The first piano concertos of Franz Liszt and Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky are staples of the genre and so well-known that, for some artists and audiences, they have become tired warhorses. Yet Alice Sara Ott claims an intimate connection to these works, which have been a part of her experiences since her teens, and she communicates personal expressions in passages that other pianists may find merely showy or bombastic. Ott’s playing is always remarkable for her controlled touch, clarity of line, and clean technique, and her presence in both performances is strong. The quality that is perhaps less obvious in her performances, but just as important as the virtuosity, is her lyrical handling of the quiet sections. These may not be the first things listeners notice or even seek out, especially in the face of all the hammered chords, lightning-fast runs, octaves, and other keyboard pyrotechnics, but they are what make this concerto album a fascinating study. Ott’s need for personalizing the music is largely dependent on her use of rubato, and the push-pull between the piano and orchestral accompaniment means that Thomas Hengelbrock and the Munich Philharmonic need to feel her interpretation, as well as follow her pulse. What results is a rather elastic style of playing in both concertos, which may not be to everyone’s taste, but it certainly distinguishes Ott and her highly Romantic approach to these two monuments of the repertoire. Deutsche Grammophon’s sound is full in sonority yet focused on details and not overly reverberant.

01-03 Tchaikovsky – Piano Concerto No.1 in B Flat minor, Op.23:
I. Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso – Allegro con spirito
II. Andantino semplice – Prestissimo – Tempo I
III. Allegro con fuoco
04-06 Liszt – Piano Concerto No.1 in E flat, S.124:
I. Allegro maestoso
II. Quasi adagio – Allegretto vivace – Allegro animato
III. Allegro marziale animato – Presto
07 Liszt – Consolation No.3, Lento placido



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