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Kyung-Wha aus der Musikerfamilie Chung (geb. 1948) begann noch vor ihrem zehnten Lebensjahr eine glänzende Karriere. Das hat sie nicht daran gehindert, ihre Ausbildung an der Juilliard School fortzusetzen, denn Wunderkinder laufen oft Gefahr, ewig Kind zu bleiben. Chung hat dieses Risiko zu umgehen gewusst. Daher erhielt ihre Karriere anschließend einen weltweiten Aufschwung. Für das vorliegende Album hat sie aus dem Repertoire der französisch-belgischen Komponisten Fauré und Franck ausgewählt. Die Erste Violinsonate des einen und die einzige Sonate des anderen bilden die Grundpfeiler dieser Aufnahme. Franck hat seine Sonate 1886 der Welt geschenkt, dagegen entstand die von Fauré viel früher, sie stammt bereits aus dem Jahr 1876! So begegnen sich hier der frühe Fauré und der reife Franck. Beide Komponisten haben sich für die strahlende Tonart A-Dur entschieden (auf der Geige unterscheiden sich die Tonarten deutlicher voneinander als beispielsweise am Klavier: bestimmte Tonarten klingen aus Gründen der Resonanz brillanter als andere), beide Sonaten bestehen aus vier Sätzen. Jedoch strahlt die eine jugendlichen Schwung aus – vielleicht mit leichten Salonmusik-Anklängen – während bei Franck die Reife der Jahre zu spüren ist: im großzügigen zyklischen Aufbau sowie in der hohen Kunst, den musikalischen Diskurs gleichmäßig auf beide Instrumente zu verteilen. In Ergänzung des Programms bieten Chung und der Pianist Kevin Kenner noch einige Bonbons der beiden Komponisten sowie ein kurzes Werk von Debussy und Salut d’amour von Elgar, das dieser als Beweis für seine Aufrichtigkeit seiner Verlobten widmete. © Marc Trautmann/Qobuz
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Kyung-Wha Chung was 22 years old when she recorded these two heavyweight concerti in Kingsway Hall with the London Symphony under André Previn. It was Chung's debut recording session, held in the wake of her unexpected success in London as a last-minute replacement for Itzhak Perlman. Although the orchestra was not impressed that it was being fronted by the Leventritt Award winning "amateur" as they dubbed her, audiences felt differently, and this little triumph has made a big difference for every Asian classical virtuoso who has followed in Chung's wake. Therefore, London's Tchaikovsky/Sibelius: Violin Concertos is more than just a key early recording for a major concert artist; it is a historical milestone in the field of Asian virtuosi in the Western classical arena. Be that as it may, many recorded "milestones" of various kinds bring with them flaws that we either learn to live with or damn with faint praise. Not this record; it is easy to see why the London audience warmed up to her playing so quickly. Chung's Tchaikovsky concerto begins with a long, generous, continuous flowing line that is simply beautiful to behold. While in technical terms Chung's playing is an amazing combination of crispness and fluidity, it's not the technique that one comes away with here; it's the range of emotions, from sadness to love, to resolve and elsewhere, plus a profound sense of determination and will; that's what Chung has to offer in spades. This is precisely what she brings to these over-familiar, too often played concerti, and she makes them sound fresh again, as though one is hearing them for the first time. The Sibelius concerto warms, melts, breaks, and mends your heart, rather than make you groan, "Not again." To his credit, Previn should pat himself on the back for winning a splendidly sympathetic accompaniment from the London Symphony, although this period in Previn's association with London was one that set off quite a few fireworks on its own account; that Chung was able to collaborate with the orchestra at this stage is to the benefit of posterity. No matter how many recordings you have heard, or currently own, of these two concerti, London's Tchaikovsky/Sibelius: Violin Concertos with Kyung-Wha Chung, Previn, and the LSO is definitely one worth adding to the collection; this "milestone" classical album still feels like a milestone the first time you hear it. This is the original, full-price CD issue of this popular album; later, it was reissued in Decca's The Originals series at mid-price. © TiVo
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Kyung-Wha Chung was 22 years old when she recorded these two heavyweight concerti in Kingsway Hall with the London Symphony under André Previn. It was Chung's debut recording session, held in the wake of her unexpected success in London as a last-minute replacement for Itzhak Perlman. Although the orchestra was not impressed that it was being fronted by the Leventritt Award winning "amateur" as they dubbed her, audiences felt differently, and this little triumph has made a big difference for every Asian classical virtuoso who has followed in Chung's wake. Therefore, London's Tchaikovsky/Sibelius: Violin Concertos is more than just a key early recording for a major concert artist; it is a historical milestone in the field of Asian virtuosi in the Western classical arena. Be that as it may, many recorded "milestones" of various kinds bring with them flaws that we either learn to live with or damn with faint praise. Not this record; it is easy to see why the London audience warmed up to her playing so quickly. Chung's Tchaikovsky concerto begins with a long, generous, continuous flowing line that is simply beautiful to behold. While in technical terms Chung's playing is an amazing combination of crispness and fluidity, it's not the technique that one comes away with here; it's the range of emotions, from sadness to love, to resolve and elsewhere, plus a profound sense of determination and will; that's what Chung has to offer in spades. This is precisely what she brings to these over-familiar, too often played concerti, and she makes them sound fresh again, as though one is hearing them for the first time. The Sibelius concerto warms, melts, breaks, and mends your heart, rather than make you groan, "Not again." To his credit, Previn should pat himself on the back for winning a splendidly sympathetic accompaniment from the London Symphony, although this period in Previn's association with London was one that set off quite a few fireworks on its own account; that Chung was able to collaborate with the orchestra at this stage is to the benefit of posterity. No matter how many recordings you have heard, or currently own, of these two concerti, London's Tchaikovsky/Sibelius: Violin Concertos with Kyung-Wha Chung, Previn, and the LSO is definitely one worth adding to the collection; this "milestone" classical album still feels like a milestone the first time you hear it. This is the original, full-price CD issue of this popular album; later, it was reissued in Decca's The Originals series at mid-price. © TiVo
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