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Weinberg: Children's Notebooks / Piano Sonata No. 1

Mieczyslaw Weinberg

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Polish-born Jewish composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg wanted to come to the U.S. but fled eastward when Hitler invaded Poland and remained in the Soviet Union, even though his position there under Stalin was still perilous. He was befriended and admired by Shostakovich, who could not keep him out of prison but may well have saved his life. Some of his work shows the clear influence of Jewish musical idioms. The two works on this album, however, are less definitely part of a Jewish tradition, although annotator Marion Méndez (in notes given in German, English, and French) points to a "dualism of jest and tragedy...proper to Jewish music" in the Piano Sonata No. 1; the description might also apply to some of the three sets of Children's Notebooks, Opp. 16, 19, and 23. Those three sets are given in full on the album, and it's not clear where one set leaves off and the next begins. The piano sonata, a student work, is substantial and imaginative, but the real news here are the Children's Notebooks, for which the rather delicate style of Russian pianist Elisaveta Blumina is better suited. Although written for the composer's 12-year-old daughter, they are more like Schumann's Kinderszenen than Bartók's Mikrokosmos. They're works that a talented young pianist might undertake, but they contain technical demands that set them apart from the realm of the instructional, and many of them have quite a bit of emotional heft. Sample the various slow pieces to get a feel for the serious nature of the whole, and also for the individuality of Weinberg's style. Although he and Shostakovich occupy the same section of the 20th century musical continuum, nothing here sounds much like Shostakovich. There are lots of pieces here that might be profitably incorporated into piano recitals, and pianists above all are advised to check out this almost forgotten music.
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Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16 (Mieczyslaw Weinberg)

1
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: I. Larghetto
00:01:23

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

2
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: II. Allegro
00:01:28

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

3
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: III. Moderato maestoso
00:02:14

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

4
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: IV. Tempo di valse
00:01:38

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

5
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: V. Allegretto
00:01:44

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

6
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: VI. Presto
00:00:55

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

7
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: VII. Andante tranquillo
00:02:34

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

8
Children's Notebook, Book 1, Op. 16: VIII. Larghetto
00:01:34

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19 (Mieczyslaw Weinberg)

9
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: I. Largo
00:04:25

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

10
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: II. Allegretto
00:01:36

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

11
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: III. Moderato
00:01:36

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

12
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: IV. Lento
00:02:42

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

13
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: V. Allegro
00:01:26

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

14
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: VI. Andantino
00:01:30

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

15
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: VII. Marziale lugubre
00:03:19

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

16
Children's Notebook, Book 2, Op. 19: VIII. Andante
00:02:10

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23 (Mieczyslaw Weinberg)

17
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: I. Allegro marcato
00:01:28

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

18
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: II. Allegro commodo
00:01:08

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

19
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: III. Moderato
00:01:54

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

20
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: IV. Prestissmo
00:01:04

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

21
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: V. Allegretto quasi andantino
00:02:29

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

22
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: VI. Lento funebre
00:03:28

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

23
Children's Notebook, Book 3, Op. 23: VII. Andantino semplice
00:01:50

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 5 (Mieczyslaw Weinberg)

24
Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 5: I. Adagio
00:06:18

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

25
Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 5: II. Allegretto
00:02:20

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

26
Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 5: III. Andantino
00:02:57

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

27
Piano Sonata No. 1, Op. 5: IV. Allegro molto
00:03:16

Elisaveta Blumina, piano

2011 CPO

Descriptif de l'album

Polish-born Jewish composer Mieczyslaw Weinberg wanted to come to the U.S. but fled eastward when Hitler invaded Poland and remained in the Soviet Union, even though his position there under Stalin was still perilous. He was befriended and admired by Shostakovich, who could not keep him out of prison but may well have saved his life. Some of his work shows the clear influence of Jewish musical idioms. The two works on this album, however, are less definitely part of a Jewish tradition, although annotator Marion Méndez (in notes given in German, English, and French) points to a "dualism of jest and tragedy...proper to Jewish music" in the Piano Sonata No. 1; the description might also apply to some of the three sets of Children's Notebooks, Opp. 16, 19, and 23. Those three sets are given in full on the album, and it's not clear where one set leaves off and the next begins. The piano sonata, a student work, is substantial and imaginative, but the real news here are the Children's Notebooks, for which the rather delicate style of Russian pianist Elisaveta Blumina is better suited. Although written for the composer's 12-year-old daughter, they are more like Schumann's Kinderszenen than Bartók's Mikrokosmos. They're works that a talented young pianist might undertake, but they contain technical demands that set them apart from the realm of the instructional, and many of them have quite a bit of emotional heft. Sample the various slow pieces to get a feel for the serious nature of the whole, and also for the individuality of Weinberg's style. Although he and Shostakovich occupy the same section of the 20th century musical continuum, nothing here sounds much like Shostakovich. There are lots of pieces here that might be profitably incorporated into piano recitals, and pianists above all are advised to check out this almost forgotten music.
© TiVo

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