Gateways. Chen – Kreisler – Rachmaninov Maxim Vengerov, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra & Long Yu

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Album Veröffentlichung:
2019

HRA-Veröffentlichung:
28.06.2019

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  • Qigang Chen (b. 1951): Wu Xing (The Five Elements):
  • 1Wu Xing (The Five Elements): 1. Shui (Water)02:03
  • 2Wu Xing (The Five Elements): 2. Mu (Wood)02:04
  • 3Wu Xing (The Five Elements): 3. Huo (Fire)01:48
  • 4Wu Xing (The Five Elements): 4. Tu (Earth)02:01
  • 5Wu Xing (The Five Elements): 5. Jin (Metal)01:57
  • The Joy of Suffering:
  • 6The Joy of Suffering: 1. Despair02:18
  • 7The Joy of Suffering: 2. Solitary02:33
  • 8The Joy of Suffering: 3. Divinely alone01:53
  • 9The Joy of Suffering: 4. Thrilled by illusions02:09
  • 10The Joy of Suffering: 5. Melancholy relief01:50
  • 11The Joy of Suffering: 6. The Beauty of Suffering04:42
  • 12The Joy of Suffering: 7. Solitary Beauty02:41
  • 13The Joy of Suffering: 8. Get caught up in the madness03:56
  • 14The Joy of Suffering: 9. Excruciating Song02:41
  • 15The Joy of Suffering: 10. A glimmer of light01:50
  • Fritz Kreisler (1875 - 1962):
  • 16Tambourin chinois, Op. 3 (Arr. McAlister for Violin and Orchestra)03:49
  • Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov (1873 - 1943): Symphonic Dances, Op. 45:
  • 17Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 1.1. Non Allegro02:54
  • 18Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 1.2. Poco a poco rallentando04:29
  • 19Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 1.3. A tempo più mosso04:12
  • 20Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 2.1. Andante con moto. (Tempo di valse)04:11
  • 21Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 2.2. Tempo precedente05:04
  • 22Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 3.1. Lento assai03:17
  • 23Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 3.2. Lento assai. Come prima05:51
  • 24Symphonic Dances, Op. 45: 3.3. Allegro vivace04:05
  • Total Runtime01:14:18

Info zu Gateways. Chen – Kreisler – Rachmaninov

Das Shanghai Symphony Orchestra ist das älteste Symphonieorchester Chinas und feiert sein 140-jähriges Bestehen, indem es ein neues Kapitel in seiner Geschichte aufschlägt. Das SSO und sein Musikdirektor Long Yu wurden kürzlich Teil der Deutschen Grammophon und veröffentlichen auf mehreren Alben Werke bedeutender chinesischer Komponisten. Gateways, das erste Album, erscheint am 28. Juni 2019 und enthält 2 Werke des angesehenen zeitgenössischen Komponisten Qigang Chen (*1951). Das Violinkonzert La Joie de la souffrance (2017) erscheint dabei als Weltersteinspielung und besticht durch seinen klangfarbenreichen Orchestersatz sowie reizvolle Melodik. Widmungsträger dieses Violinkonzerts ist der Stargeiger Maxim Vengerov, der den anspruchsvollen Solopart übernimmt. Die Suite Wu Xing (The Five Elements) behandelt die fünf Elemente der chinesischen Tradition: Wasser, Holz, Feuer, Erde und Metall. Long Yu schwärmt von der unglaublichen Phantasie, die in diesem Werk steckt. Ergänzt wird das Programm durch Rachmaninows schwungvolle Symphonische Tänze sowie Fritz Kreislers Tambourin chinois.

Maxim Vengerov, Violine
Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
Long Yu, Dirigent




The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra
is China’s oldest symphony orchestra. Founded in 1879 as the Shanghai Public Band, it was developed into an orchestra in 1907 and renamed in 1956 as the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra. The SSO has built bridges in recent years between East and West, not least through international touring and its Shanghai Orchestra Academy, a joint initiative between the orchestra, the Shanghai Conservatory of Music and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Maestro Long Yu became Music Director of the SSO in 2009.

With help from professional organizations, SSO has visited many countries and regions in Asia, Americas, and Europe, so that the orchestra was able to expand to international markets. SSO made its debut at Carnegie Hall of New York to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the hall in 1990. The orchestra also performed at the Berlin Philharmonic Hall to celebrate the 125th Anniversary of the SSO in 2004. SSO visited 11 cities in the USA in 2003, made its Europe tour during Sino-French Culture Year in 2004, held a Spanish tour in 2005, and performed at the Musikverein (Golden Hall) in Vienna in 2007. In 2009, under the leadership of current Music Director Long Yu, the orchestra toured North America to perform 12 concerts. In its international tours, SSO successfully integrated Chinese traditional elements into Western symphonies, created new performance form and promoted Chinese culture, which was really enjoyed by both Eastern and Western audiences. In March 2010, Music Director Long Yu led the orchestra performing at the 14th Beethoven Festival in Warsar and Łodz, Poland. In July 2010, Long Yu led the orchestra in a joint concert with the New York Philharmonic in Central Park, New York, promoting the 2010 Shanghai Expo. In July 2012, Long Yu led the orchestra in two concerts at the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival, respectively in Kiel and Hamburg. In January 2014, Long Yu led the SSO on a tour through Europe again, which received consistent praises from local audiences in Munich, Nuremberg, Cologne, Amsterdam and other cities. In the summer of 2015, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra expanded their influence in the Americas, including New York, Rio de Janeiro, and Buenos Aires.

Long Yu
The pre-eminent Chinese conductor with an established international reputation, Long Yu is currently Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the China Philharmonic Orchestra, Music Director of the Shanghai and Guangzhou Symphony Orchestras, the Artistic Director of MISA Shanghai Summer Festival, and the principal guest conductor of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.

Long Yu conducts the leading orchestras and opera companies around the world including the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Washington National Symphony, Orchestre de Paris, Hamburg State Opera, Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Rundfunk Sinfonie Orchester Leipzig, NDR Sinfonieorchester, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra and Singapore Symphony Orchestra.



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