Monthly Archives: August 2019
Classics don’t die because they are played all the time. And they play it because it is a classic. Iron logic. But in fact, each generation finds something of its own in the works known to the last note. At the same time, interpretations may differ radically even for one performer. At the beginning of winter, a number of interesting recordings appeared, both of young musicians and luminaries, who throughout their lives comprehended a certain work.
Seiji Ozawa, The Tokyo Opera Singers, Mito Chamber Orchestra “Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 ” the Last sentence is, of course, about Seiji Ozawa, an outstanding Japanese conductor who made another recording of Beethoven’s textbook Ninth Symphony. Continue reading
Jazz recording met the spring with a regrouping of forces. Projects come out with unexpected concepts that don’t seem to have anything to do with music. New interesting supergroups appear, while the old ones shake up the line-UPS, revise their views, and simply do not stand still. Like March snow.
Jeremy Pelt “Jeremy Pelt the Artist”Portrait of a musician as an artist is a concept album by trumpeter Jeremy Pelt. Who was also a lover of all sorts of plastic arts-wrote “Rodin Suite”, in honor of, of course, Auguste Rodin. Continue reading