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17,95 €

Josef Bohuslav Foerster
Integral de tríos con piano


REF.: SU 40792
EAN 13: 0099925407926
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FECHA DE PUBLICACIÓN
28/02/2012

INTÉRPRETES

Janácek Trio

Jirí Pospíchal, violín
Marek Novák, violonchelo
Markéta Janácková, piano



CONTENIDO

Josef Bohuslav Foerster (1859-1951):

Piano Trio No. 1 in F minor, Op. 8 (1883) 30:00
A Monsieur Edvard Grieg
1/ I. Allegro 7:38
2/ II. Allegro con brio 4:27
3/ III. Adagio molto 5:39
4/ IV. Allegro con brio 12:10

Piano Trio No. 2 in B fl at major, Op. 38 (1894) 20:47
5/ I. Allegro energico 6:05
6/ II. Allegro molto 7:50
7/ III. Adagio 6:47

Piano Trio No. 3 in A minor, Op. 105 (1922) 24:18
To my dear friend Dr. František Volf
8/ I. Assai moderato, ma con ardore interno 6:06
9/ II. Andante sostenuto 11:16
10/ III. Allegro risoluto 6:49

1 CD - DDD - 75'23''


RESEÑA (La Quinta de Mahler)

Gracias a los registros de MDG y Supraphon Josef Bohuslav Foerster ha dejado de ser un desconocido para el lector de estas páginas. El sello checo nos trae ahora la integral de los Tríos con piano, tres obras escritas en un arco temporal de casi cuarenta años, los que van de 1.883 a 1.922. Foerster no fue del todo inmune a los profundos cambios que la estética musical sufrió en tan significativos años, pero su estilo permaneció siempre fiel a las formas tradicionales y al tono confidencial de una narración en primera persona. El Trío nº 1 lo dedicó el autor a su admirado Edvard Grieg, que alabó, precisamente, la hondura emocional de la música. Desde el motivo inicial –¡cinco notas!– la obra posee una inspiración muy schumanniana: la belleza y ternura de los temas, las febriles aceleraciones, la inmediatez, la franqueza expresiva, la querencia por el canon, la continua imitación en la elaboración polifónica... Karel Stecker, profesor de composición en el Conservatorio de Praga y respetado musicólogo de la época decía lo siguiente sobre la obra: “El mérito de Foerster es que logra dar a todos sus propósitos la expresión adecuada, es capaz de comunicar su mundo interior de forma clara y comprensible, de modo que la obra en su totalidad produce una encantadora, perfecta impresión”. Música embriagadora, sensible, con alma, que, como ocurre con las grandes obras del genio de Zwickau, fascina desde la primera escucha. La inocencia, la irresistible frescura que domina el primer trío deriva en el segundo y, sobre todo, en el tercero, hacia una poética más sofisticada, un punto más reservada, sin que merme por ello la belleza y fluidez, la naturalidad del discurso musical. Todas las virtudes, todo ese encanto, que es mucho, de la música es llevado a la máxima expresión por el Janacek Trio, una formación ideal que destaca por la belleza de sonido de cada uno de sus atriles y por la enorme musicalidad con la que se desenvuelven.

Ignacio González Pintos

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Recorded for Czech Radio at the Martínek Studio, Prague, in October 2009, April and November 2010 The works of Josef Bohuslav Foerster (1859–1951) have deservedly experienced a renaissance in recent years. Following the acclaimed albums of his two violin concertos (SU 3961-2), cello concerto (SU 3989-2) and complete string quartets (SU 4050-2), Supraphon has now released the first-ever digital recording featuring the complete Foerster piano trios. And as in the case of the string quartets, the three piano trios too represent various creative phases, with the first and third being divided by almost four decades. Foerster dedicated his first trio to Edvard Grieg. The Norwegian composer lauded “the earnest, emotionally profound talent, tending towards high ideals”. The final trio was written in Prague, where Foerster had returned after living and working in Hamburg and Vienna for twenty-five years. The piece reflects the tumultuous post-war musical development and can be designated as one of Foerster’s most progressive compositions. The young and gifted Janácek Trio interprets Foerster’s works with an understanding of the composer’s inner world and complete engagement.

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To mark the release of the CD featuring compositions by Josef Bohuslav Foerster, we took the opportunity to speak with the Janácek Trio’s pianist, Markéta Janácková. The album is the fruit of co-operation between Czech Radio and the Supraphon label. Why have the Janácek Trio chosen the trios of J. B. Foerster for your new album?
We first got hold of Foerster’s trios four years ago. Initially we started playing the first trio in F minor, a bit later we added the second trio and then realised that it would be interesting to record all three trios as a set. One of our aims is to present interesting trios that are not heard so often, and Foerster fitted perfectly in this respect. We were also inspired by the success of the trio in F minor at concerts, where the audience would ask us whether we had recorded the piece on a CD. We are delighted that Supraphon expressed an interest in this recording, on which we worked together with the music director Jirí Gemrot and the sound engineer Jan Lžicar.

What was the most difficult aspect of the recording process?

The recording itself was preceded by a long period of exploring the trios. When we look back to the moment when we had the sheet music in front of us for the first time, we realise how our relationship to the trios gradually transformed. In the case of these trios in particular, it is crucial to know what Foerster was going through at the time he was writing them. He imbued them with the immense sorrow he felt from the death of those closest to him: his mother, sister and son. Therefore, it was vital to find the right balance between expressing the grief as well as the hope that can be felt from the trios. In addition to long romantic areas, Foerster also very frequently uses intimate and pensive passages, which he often punctuates with ritenutos and calandos. Building up the trios as a whole, without them losing tension and edge, while at the same time keeping their freedom and space for “breathing and pause”, was perhaps the most difficult aspect of our work and the recording itself.

And what delighted you most?

Delightful was both the creative work in the studio and, of course, the resulting recording. We can see behind it the huge amount of work and time we devoted to the trios, the numerous rehearsals during which we sought to arrive at as faithful an emotional rendition as possible, and the many concerts at which the trios “ripened”. We are also delighted that with this recording we have brought something unusual and intriguing.

The Janácek Trio are constantly on the move. What have you been up to recently and what’s in store?

We launched the 2011/12 season with concerts in the Czech Republic and a tour of Denmark. Since then we have appeared at a Czech Chamber Music Society concert, at a Czech Philharmonic advent concert and at the 1st Czech Television advent concert, broadcast live from the Brevnov Monastery. Before Christmas we managed to record Luboš Sluka’s Suite in Memory of Jaroslav Ježek for Czech Radio. And we’re about to embark on another interesting recording project: Jirí Gemrot’s second piano trio. We have decided to record the trio following the great response on Czech and foreign stages to Gemrot’s Variations on a Janácek Theme, which he wrote directly for us in 2007. In March we are flying off to Spain for a two-week tour and following our return we’ll continue recording the Nocturnes of Vojtech Jírovec, a contemporary of Mozart, which we started recording for Czech Radio at the end of the previous season. It’s the very first recording of these trios, which until now have lain in the library archives, and for us it is yet another step off the beaten path.

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