Label: Amadeus Press - none • Series: Unlocking The Masters - No. 5 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic
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Lilya Zilberstein got her first taste of international success in when she won the Busoni Competition in Bolzano. Her victory was a sensation — it took five years until the first prize was even awarded again. Bythe Moscow-born pianist was able to perform at big tours abroad in the West. Travelling for her concerts took her to almost all of the European countries, Mexico, Japan, Korea, Canada and Brazil. Lilya Zilberstein started playing the piano at five years old. Lilya Zilberstein has been living in Germany since InLilya Zilberstein debuted with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra under Claudio Abbado, which formed Christian Woman - Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses basis of a longterm cooperation.
John Adams has established himself as a composer of remarkable range. His operas such as Dr. Atomic and The Death of Klinghoffer are among the most significant of our times, and his extraordinary elegy memorializing the dead of September 11,On the Transmigration of Souls, provided solace to millions in the face of the incomprehensible.
Cars, of course, have provided vivid, even visceral inspiration for modern poets and composers. But as Liszt perceptively noted, he was celebrated as the world's greatest pianist in part because that was easier than appreciating his innovations and importance as a composer.
But the concerto's exoticism is not just imported from Egypt. It also incorporates sources from Java, and from Spain.
For the style-conscious French, Spain had always represented southern warmth and sensuality. But by the s, the lure of foreign cultures, tinged with. In listening, we can well imagine its wide range of musical motifs depicting exotic ports of call. Yet for all of its unusual geographic color, the concerto sticks to the traditional arrangement of three movements in fast-slow-fast tempo. Berlioz's account of the night in when he attended a performance of Romeo and Juliet in Paris shows him helplessly in the grip of overwhelming experience.
He found himself on his knees, almost unable to breathe, consumed by the power of the acting and the sound of Shakespeare's language. He did not understand a word of it, but it became an obsession — as did Harriett Smithson, the Juliet whom he pursued for years. His reference was to his Romeo and Juliet symphony ofbut the Symphonie Fantastique, composed nine years earlier, is also focused on his passion for Smithson.
Berlioz composed the Symphonie fantastique as a declaration of love, Op. 88: II-Adagio - Dvořák* - Dvořák (Romantic Musics Most Versatile Gen it is also an expression of frantic despair in which he envisions his own death — a programmatic musical account of his descent of his descent into an abyss of love Symphony No. 8 In G Major goes from romance to a macabre, deathly vision. Few works of art have so successfully and vividly captured the fevered passion of a life lived at a pitch that was next to madness.
And like many of the American beat poets who extolled that kind of life, Berlioz was almost certainly under the influence of his drug of choice — opium — when he composed much of this symphony. Leonard Bernstein put it aptly when he observed, "Berlioz tells it like it is.
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