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Martucci, Respighi, Rota : Œuvres pour violon et piano. Luchenko, Hudziy.
Format : 1 CD Digipack
Total Time : 01:12:54

Recording : 26-28/03/2017
Location : Hanovre
Country : Allemagne
Sound : Stereo

Label : Claves
Catalog No. : CLA1910
EAN : 7619931191027
Price Code : DM020A

Publishing Year : 2019
Release Date : 05/02/2020

Genre : Classical
Giuseppe Martucci (1856-1909)
3 Pièces pour violon et piano, op. 67

Ottorino Respighi (1879-1936)
Sonate pour violon en si mineur
6 Pièces pour violon et piano
Berceuse
Melodia
Leggenda
Valse caressante
Serenata
Aria

Nino Rota (1911-1979)
Improvisation en ré mineur pour violon et piano

Vladyslava Luchenko, violon
Christia Yuliya Hudziy, piano

Les couleurs pastel de la couverture et certains échos de la première œuvre proposée ne doivent pas nous induire en erreur quant au registre sollicité ici. Sitôt passées les grâces de Martucci, compositeur méritant d’ailleurs totalement cette redécouverte, la profondeur de la sonate en si mineur de son élève Respighi, sans doute le climax de ce beau « progetto », nous touche profondément. Surprise, il faut bien l’avouer, nous entrainant plutôt du côté de la sonate en la de Franck que vers le pittoresque de certaines des compositions orchestrales du maître, telles les Pins de Rome. Comme s’il fallait nous convaincre du caractère polymorphe de son inspiration, c’est avec une nonchalance pleine d’une exquise délicatesse que l’on redescend des cimes avec six flâneries du même compositeur. Parmi ces pièces, une Valse caressante, à laquelle répondra bientôt, pour conclure et comme en résonance, un Nino Rota tout aussi inhabituel. Soulignons l’accord parfait entre les deux interprètes, un violon lumineux, enregistré de près, un piano d’une complicité significative. Bref, un programme qui nous fait découvrir une Italie insolite, hors des sentiers battus, avec certain parfum de germanité. (Alain Monnier)

The paradox of Italy is that it largely invented instrumental music - and its corollary, virtuosity - in the Baroque period, but then more or less left it in foreign hands until the 20th century. Opera, invented at the same time as the sonata at the beginning of the baroque era, then reigned supreme. Despite the memory of Paganini or the efforts of the Florence Quartet (which would do much to promote Beethoven’s last quartets), at the end of the 19th century composers still needed some courage to dedicate themselves to instrumental music, which brought little in the way of prizes or rewards. Giuseppe Martucci was born in Capua in 1856 and died in Naples in 1909, and with Giovanni Sgambati was one of the pioneers of a revival of instrumental music in Italy. He studied at the Naples Conservatory, where he soon became professor of piano (1880). He later became head of the Bologna Liceo Musicale (1886) and finished his career as director of the Naples Conservatory (1902). A celebrated pianist, he quickly devoted himself to conducting and composition. A fervent admirer of German music, his broad tastes encompassing Schumann, Brahms, and Wagner (whom he introduced to Italy), he was highly respected during his lifetime. However, the trend towards Italian music taken after 1918 and the developments led by Casella, Pizzetti and Malipiero left little room for the memory of a pioneer influenced by German Romantic culture. The bulk of the Martucci’s oeuvre, rehabilitated by recordings but still not widely known, remains to be discovered by a wider audience.His Three Pieces for Violin and Piano, Op. 67 (1887), are little ‘post-Schumannian’ jewels. Andantino (E major), with its dreamy mood, presents a subtle variant on the traditional three-part structure, where the central section drifts away from the first section and then returns to it in a varied form. The second piece, Allegretto in G sharp minor, is darker in tone; also in three parts, with a discreet reminder of the main theme of Andantino, it has a brilliant central section, closing with a recitative leading to a reprise of the first section. The third piece, Allegro passionato, more cheerful, looks to Neapolitan folklore and recalls something of the atmosphere of certain passages of Liszt or Chopin.

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