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Matt Haimovitz|MON AMI, MON AMOUR

MON AMI, MON AMOUR

Matt Haimovitz, Mari Kodama

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The recordings of cellist Matt Haimovitz often have an experimentalist cast, but on this recital of French cello-and-piano music, gracefully accompanied by pianist Mari Kodama, he plays it straight and achieves fine results. Haimovitz puts together a strong program of music that, as he notes, takes up the question of just what is French about French music. He covers several generations of composers, from Fauré to Poulenc, but unites everything into a gentle, nostalgic mood. Nothing is really overly familiar, and along the way, there are some interesting rarities by the Boulanger sisters, Lili and Nadia, whose output continues to yield attractive works. It is often Lili who is thought the stronger of the pair as a composer, but Haimovitz's transcription of her Two Pieces for violin and piano rests a bit uncomfortably at the top of the cellist's range, but Nadia's Three Pieces for cello and piano, native to the cello, are fascinating and unlike much else from the creatively fertile period in which they originated; they have neoclassic qualities but overlay them with a restless spirit. They are admirably paired with Debussy's Cello Sonata in D minor, a work that sought to revivify the French Baroque spirit in modern terms. Haimovitz and Kodama are especially fluid in their cooperation in the Debussy, but they are sensitive to each other throughout; one might easily think them longtime duet partners, but they are not. The "Mon Ami" and "Mon Amour" are apparently Haimovitz's cello, broken in two in a studio accident, repaired, and used here on a recording for the first time. A lovely and satisfyingly coherent French recital, with excellent sound from Skywalker Studios in California.

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1
Cello Sonata, FP 143: I. Allegro – Tempo di Marcia
00:05:56

Francis Poulenc, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

2
Cello Sonata, FP 143: II. Cavatine
00:06:24

Francis Poulenc, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

3
Cello Sonata, FP 143: III. Ballabile
00:03:24

Francis Poulenc, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

4
Cello Sonata, FP 143: IV. Finale
00:06:44

Francis Poulenc, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

5
Papillon, Op. 77
00:03:03

Gabriel Fauré, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

6
Élégie, Op. 251 (Version for Cello & Piano)
00:04:19

Darius Milhaud, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

7
2 Pieces for Violin & Piano (Arr. M. Haimovitz for Cello & Piano): No. 1, Nocturne
00:02:58

Lili Boulanger, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Arranger, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

8
2 Pieces for Violin & Piano (Arr. M. Haimovitz for Cello & Piano): No. 2, Cortège
00:01:41

Lili Boulanger, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Arranger, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

9
3 Pieces for Cello & Piano: I. Moderato
00:02:37

Nadia Boulanger, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

10
3 Pieces for Cello & Piano: II. Sans vitesse et à l'aise
00:01:30

Nadia Boulanger, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

11
3 Pieces for Cello & Piano: III. Vite et nerveusement rythmé
00:02:37

Nadia Boulanger, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

12
2 Mélodies hébraïques, M. 22a: No. 1, Kaddish (Arr. M. Haimovitz for Cello & Piano)
00:05:48

Maurice Ravel, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Arranger, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

13
Cello Sonata in D Minor, L. 135: I. Prologue. Lent, sostenuto e molto risoluto
00:04:29

Claude Debussy, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

14
Cello Sonata in D Minor, L. 135: II. Sérénade. Modérément animé
00:03:35

Claude Debussy, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

15
Cello Sonata in D Minor, L. 135: III. Finale. Animé, léger et nerveux
00:03:47

Claude Debussy, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

16
3 Mélodies, Op. 7: No. 1, Après un rêve (Arr. For Cello & Piano)
00:03:05

Gabriel Fauré, Composer - Matt Haimovitz, Cello, MainArtist - Mari Kodama, Piano, MainArtist - David Frost, Producer

2021 Pentatone Music B.V. 2021 Oxingale Productions, Inc.

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The recordings of cellist Matt Haimovitz often have an experimentalist cast, but on this recital of French cello-and-piano music, gracefully accompanied by pianist Mari Kodama, he plays it straight and achieves fine results. Haimovitz puts together a strong program of music that, as he notes, takes up the question of just what is French about French music. He covers several generations of composers, from Fauré to Poulenc, but unites everything into a gentle, nostalgic mood. Nothing is really overly familiar, and along the way, there are some interesting rarities by the Boulanger sisters, Lili and Nadia, whose output continues to yield attractive works. It is often Lili who is thought the stronger of the pair as a composer, but Haimovitz's transcription of her Two Pieces for violin and piano rests a bit uncomfortably at the top of the cellist's range, but Nadia's Three Pieces for cello and piano, native to the cello, are fascinating and unlike much else from the creatively fertile period in which they originated; they have neoclassic qualities but overlay them with a restless spirit. They are admirably paired with Debussy's Cello Sonata in D minor, a work that sought to revivify the French Baroque spirit in modern terms. Haimovitz and Kodama are especially fluid in their cooperation in the Debussy, but they are sensitive to each other throughout; one might easily think them longtime duet partners, but they are not. The "Mon Ami" and "Mon Amour" are apparently Haimovitz's cello, broken in two in a studio accident, repaired, and used here on a recording for the first time. A lovely and satisfyingly coherent French recital, with excellent sound from Skywalker Studios in California.

© TiVo

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