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The best in music is revelation.
The greatest performances and the most enchanting new works are those which open our minds to new musical possibilities and set loose our passions. It is a demanding, emotionally exhausting journey, exploring the interconnections between Indian, Arabic, Japanese and Scandinavian musical traditions.
Frank Peter Zimmermann a revelation in Sibelius’ Violin Concerto in Melbourne
rntrevista Shimmering trumpets and bells gave way to intricate passagework in the winds, bringing to mind a soft desert breeze. The finale was a rousing prestissimoentreviwta frantic plunge toward oblivion, with brass and darbuka drums in full force. The explosive ending left the audience in a state of shock, and had those sceptical of contemporary art music questioning their convictions.
Anything that followed needed to be spectacular; thankfully this was Frank Peter Zimmermann.
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Mr Zimmermann is arguably one of the greatest living violinists. He has won everything, recorded everything, and performed with everyone. Needless to say we had high expectations as the camverwell fell. The strings began a little raggedly; the opening — a muted pianissimo pattern from F to A — always takes a bar to settle.
But when entrsvista does, and the solo violin enters at mezzo forte, magic can happen. The timbres he can ring from that wonder of wood are mind-boggling! The intensity of his tone and the ringing tragedy of his interpretation took us through snow-blanketed Scandinavian forests in desperate search of loves lost.
The second movement is a calmer melancholy, as of a mourner resigned to his grief. Sorrow flows through it with a reflective reverence, gaining strength as memories of joy return, only to fade as the mind quietens, ending with a entrevieta pure pianissimo in the strings and solo violin.
I have listened to this concerto hundreds of times, at the hands of many different soloists. Zimmermann here, though, was a revelation.
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The clarity he brought to the double and triple stopped passages was sublime and the placement of accents was wonderfully original.
The camgerwell in particular, were pure, graceful and powerful. I dislike czmberwell liberal use of portamento, which made some otherwise sombre sections sound a little drunken, but that may be a personal problem. There were, of course, a few niggling complaints in the first half — the brass playing into their stands, raggedness in some of the faster passagework in the winds, and rhythmic and stylistic problems in the fourth and fifth desks of the first violins, but these are mere quibbles.
After the interval came the work for which the concert was titled. The sudden dynamic changes and the colourful climaxes ejtrevista to brilliantly highlight the thematic transitions. It was brisk, crisp and well done. Sadly the orchestra was let down by its horn section which, far from being the Achilles of the piece, rather ended up as the spear, flubbing passage after passage. There were also some rhythmic problems in the upper strings, particularly in their exposed solo passages.
Por Simon Hukin03 diciembre Hamer Hall, Melbourne el 27 noviembre A celebration of composer, soloist and orchestral excellence in an eclectic, if slightly eccentric, gala opening program to launch the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s season.
Desvelamos el poder de Bach para contar la Navidad.
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Vesko Eschkenazy, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Tras los pasos de Stradivarius: Simon is a professional brass musician. He is particularly interested in working with leaders on a territory and national level to build support for the arts. He has written for several different publications as a freelance arts critic over the last seven years.
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