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《珍妮·简森 - 美丽黄昏》[FLAC][MU]  

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       珍妮·简森(Janine Jansen),1978年11月13日出生于荷兰。这位小提琴新秀年纪虽轻,但她的演奏足迹早已遍及大西洋两岸。她不仅在荷兰家喻户晓,在国际乐坛的名 声也越来越响亮。早在前几年,她已开始推出个人录音专辑,其中有收录了8首经典小品的一款,包括柴科夫斯基的《天鹅湖》选段、哈恰图良的《假面舞会》、圣 桑的《引子与回旋随想曲》、沃恩·威廉斯的《云雀高飞》、拉威尔的《茨岗》,以及肖斯塔科维奇和约翰·威廉斯分别为电影《牛虻》和《辛德勒名单》的谱曲 等。如果说这款专辑还属于“小品级别”的话,雅尼娜·扬森还推出过一款维瓦尔第的小提琴协奏曲《四季》,而且好评如潮。这可是考验一位成熟演奏家的试金石 式的演录,说明她的艺术功力又有了提升。
       今年又出了一张法国作曲家的小品集——《Beau Soir - 美丽黄昏》,特向大家推荐~~

       介绍一下专辑中出现的两位不常见的法国作曲家:

RICHARD DUBUGNON
Richard Dubugnon was born in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1968 and has both Swiss and French citizenship. He started music at the age of 20 after studying History in Montpellier, France. He was accepted in 1992 at the Paris Conservatory, where he graduated with three prizes: 1st Prix for Counterpoint (1993), 1st Prix for Double Bass (1995, class of J-M. Rollez), and 2nd Prix for Fugue (1994). Richard also studied Composition at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Paul Patterson, from which he graduated in 1997 with a DipRAM and a Master of Composition degree. He was awarded a Manson Fellowship of Composition in 1998-99.

In 1997, Dubugnon was the winner of the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne Young Composers Competition. Other awards include the Nadia & Lili Boulanger Prize (France) and the Edwin Samuel Dove Prize, one of the highest distinctions of the Royal Academy of Music. In 2002, he became the recipient of the Natexis Banques Populaires Award for Composition (France).

Dubugnon has had a number of his works performed in Europe, the USA, and elsewhere, including performances at international music festivals and on British, French, and Swiss radio stations. His works have also been performed at the Royal Festival Hall; Wigmore Hall; Purcell Room; St John's, Smith Square (London); and Salle Pleyel (Paris).

He has received commissions from Radio France, Orchestre National de France, Musique nouvelle en libert, and the London Mozart Players.

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Lili Boulanger
Born August 1893, Paris.
Died 15 March 1918, Mezy, near Paris.

Lili Boulanger (1893-1918) and her older sister Nadia (1887-1979) and were born into a distinguished family: their father Ernest was a violin professor at the Paris Conservatoire whose parents and grandparents had likewise been important musicians, and their mother was a Russian princess of formidable education who married her singing teacher. Both sisters attended the Conservatoire and eventually sought, in part because their father had won it long before, the prestigious prix de Rome in composition. Nadia entered the competition four times but never got beyond the second prize, possibly owing to gender bias among the senior composers. Lili, whose early works had already attracted critical attention, took the 1913 prize with her cantata Faust et Helene—a composition, said the jury, "beyond compare" and which still stands out as one of the best cantatas in the history of the Rome prize. News of this signal victory by a young woman composer spread quickly though Europe and across the Atlantic, greeted with particular satisfaction by early feminists in the United States.

Lili Boulanger was thus for all intents and purposes a famous woman by the time she arrived in Rome, along with her mother, for her prize sojourn. The decidedly mixed welcome given the mother-daughter pair and the outbreak of war back home, complicated by Lili's periods of grave illness, made her experience abroad less than the nourishing retreat it was meant to be. But she was able to do at least some composing and completed several works there.

Lili was in fragile health all her life, suffering from a variety of conditions we now identify as the hereditary Crohn's disease, complicated at the end by tuberculosis. In early 1918 it became necessary to move her from Paris to escape the German bombardments, so friends and family lovingly ferried medical supplies—including ice, a precious commodity in wartime, to reduce her fever—out from town; she died in March.

Among the two dozen or so works she left to posterity are songs and lyric scenes, a pair of lovely pieces for solo piano, three psalm settings including the masterpiece Du fond de l'abime (Psalm 130: "Out of the depths I cry to thee"), and a Pie Jesu she dictated to her sister in her last weeks, probably intended for a full Requiem mass.

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