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Complete Songs, Volume 5 — Catherine Lutheran Church, St. Petersburg, 19 and 20 March [a], 26 and 27 February [b].
This fifth and final release brings their much-acclaimed project — the first of its kind in recording history — to a close with two fitting capstones: However, one can hardly fault Delos for leaving out such obscurities in their claim to completeness.
They have spared no effort in assembling a production of extraordinarily high calibre. Performances, recording, packaging, annotation, and texts have been superb throughout.
If Delos can be faulted at all it is only for failing to take promotional advantage of their own recording milestones. World premiere recordings of works in original or alternate versions appear throughout the series without a word of notice; a little advertising savvy in this regard would be a very good thing.
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With characteristic modesty, Delos fail to mention a worthy selling point of the current album: Their restoration is long overdue. One would think that the chamber-like quality of the piano versions might have made them more popular over the decades.
Yet of the sixteen previous recordings of FJFP and the eight complete versions of the Michelangelo Suite listed in the Third Edition of the Hulme catalogue, only four of the former and three of the latter appear with piano accompaniment. The premiere recording of FJFP, which has been re-released numerous times most recently on Eclectra ECCD; reviewed below lays claim to authoritative status by virtue of the composer being the accompanist and the vocalists those who premiered the work.
It remains a vital rendition that touches a raw nerve with its immediacy, compromised only by its mono, mids sound quality. It lacks the vocal quality, both individually and collectively, of its competitors.
They offer a strong, outwardly projected performance marked by good ensemble work. In the mids there emerged a succession of new recordings of the orchestral version of FJFP, as if the recordings of Sanderling, Svetlanov and Haitink, issued at least a decade earlier, had suddenly found sympathetic ears, stimulating freshly imagined interpretations focusing on less exploited shades of expression.
Some conductors went to melodramatic extremes in their attempts to extract an operatic dimension from the work, as in the version by Polyansky Chandos CHAN ; reviewed in DSCH 10 and the rather uneven performance by Rozhdestvensky RCA ; deleted.
This brings us to the current performance of FJFP where, for no specified reason, Delos abandon the cast of vocalists who have been featured in each of their previous four albums. Here, three new vocalists are introduced and make their first and only appearance in the series.
The Delos team was perhaps well advised in adopting the trio in toto rather than in part since the voices blend particularly well together. This is evident in the various pairings throughout and especially in the songs that feature all three singing together Winterand the final Happiness.
Marianna Tarassova is a real find, a mezzo-soprano with a rich authoritative tone that rises from the depths of her Russia bosom. She furnishes a genuine anchoring point to the ensemble. Her duets with soprano Sumatchova in the first two songs, Lament for a Dead Babyand Caring for Mum and Auntie The solicitous mother and auntreveal a very pleasing blending of vocal tones.
Her moment in the spotlight, the haunting Lullaby No. Hers compares favourably to other notable renditions of this song: The husky tenor of Konstantin Pluzhnikov lends support with a firm tone and dramatic vibrancy.
Listen to his stirring climactic interchange with Ms. He also shines in his featured solos, shifting with agility between the jaunty outer sections and central cantilena of No.
He also comes across well in the pastoral strains of TheGood Life No. A tenor of similar charismatic vitality, Arkadi Mischenkin, can be found in the Yurovsky release. Svetlana Sumatchova is a soprano of buoyant energy who provides a compatible counterweight to the more earthy hues of her cohorts.
Sumatchova is also effective in her other solo in No. The present performance shines with a lustre all its own. The combination of voices, clarity of enunciation, colourful nuances and detailed focus on the texts suggests that FJFP is something of a specialty of this particular trio.
Praise is due to both performers and sound engineers for taking full advantage of the intimacy afforded by the long-neglected piano version.
In contrast to the outwardly projected Aspen performance, close microphone placement and a tight ambient space make this very much a chamber interpretation of FJFP, the first of its kind in the digital era.
Shostakovich once commented to his son Maxim that the Michelangelo Suite could very well stand as his Sixteenth Symphony. Written inthis vocal setting of eleven poems parallels the format, seriousness of purpose, and number of movements found in his Fourteenth Symphony, save the details of instrumentation and the inclusion of a soprano in the latter work.
If the songs collectively lack the cumulative tension of his final two vocal symphonies, the Thirteenth and Fourteenth, they offer pithy contemplations on a broad but no less lofty set of subjects that he took up in these symphonies and his other late-period cycles,Seven Romances on Poems of Alexander Blok and Six Songs on Poems of Marina Tsvetayeva.Analysis of Beloved, by Tony Morrison - Beloved is a novel written by Tony Morrison and is based on the American Civil War.
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