Interprete: Bollani Stefano
Compositore: Gershwin George (1898-1937)
Genere: Sinfonica - Jazz
Etichetta: Decca (476 3922)
Direttore: Riccardo Chailly
Orchestra: Gewandhaus Orchester Lipsia
Data di uscita settembre 2010
Tipo di Rip: image+.cue
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EAC log, cue, Cover,
1. Rhapsody in blue
Catfish Row Symphonic Suite
2. Catfish Row
3. Porgy sings
6. Good mornin' Sistuh!
Piano concerto in F
8. Adagio - Andante con moto
9. Allegro agitato
10. Rialto ripples
Stefano Bollani (born 5 December 1972, Milan) is an Italian jazz pianist from Milan.
He made his professional debut at fifteen and received his diploma in piano from the Conservatorio Luigi Cherubini in Florence. He performs classical music, smooth jazz, Brazilian jazz, and pop rock. In 1998, Musica Jazz magazine voted him Best Jazz Talent of the Year and later he would be awarded for jazz by a New Swing group in Japan. Recently he attended the Jarasum Jazz festival in Jarasum, South Korea. While he is mostly known for his collaborations with Enrico Rava, he has made several albums as a leader, and has been favourably acknowledged by several long established jazz musicians, such as Martial Solal. The album Mi ritorni in mente, includes an interpretation of the standard "Nature Boy" which has been acclaimed by many.
He is married to the Italian singer Petra Magoni.
Chailly was born in Milan in a musical family. He studied composition with his father, Luciano Chailly. Chailly studied at the music conservatories in Perugia and Milan. He later studied conducting with Franco Ferrara. In his youth, Chailly also played the drums in a rhythm-and-blues band.
At age twenty, Chailly became assistant conductor to Claudio Abbado at La Scala, where he made his conducting debut there in 1978. From 1982 to 1988, Chailly was chief conductor of the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra and from 1983 to 1986 principal guest conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. From 1986 to 1993, he led the Teatro Comunale of Bologna.
Chailly made his debut with the Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam in 1985. From 1988 to 2004, Chailly was chief conductor of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (KCO), where he dedicated himself to performances of the standard symphonic tradition, notably Anton Bruckner and Gustav Mahler, with which the orchestra made its name but also significantly broadened the repertoire with 20th century and contemporary music. Among notable projects, Chailly led the 1995 Mahler Festival that celebrated the 100th anniversary of Mahler's first concert at the Concertgebouw. Chailly also conducted opera in Amsterdam, both at the KCO's annual Christmas Matinee concert as well as at De Nederlandse Opera (DNO), where his final opera production in Amsterdam was DNO's staging of Giuseppe Verdi's Don Carlo. One report stated that Chailly decided in 2002 to leave the KCO when, at his last contract negotiations, the orchestra offered him an extension for two years rather than five.
In 1986, Chailly conducted the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig for the first time, at the Salzburg Festival, after Herbert von Karajan had introduced Chailly to the orchestra. His next guest-conducting appearance with the Leipzig orchestra was in 2001, and after an additional appearance, he was named the 19th Kapellmeister of the orchestra. In August 2005, he officially became the chief conductor of the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig and general music director (GMD) of Oper Leipzig. His initial Leipzig contract was through 2010. In May 2008, he extended his contract with the Gewandhausorchester to 2015. However, he concurrently resigned as GMD of the Oper Leipzig, reportedly after conflict over the hiring of personnel without his consultation.
Chailly became the first music director of the Orchestra Sinfonica di Milano Giuseppe Verdi (La Verdi) in 1999, and held the post until 2005. He now has the title of Conductor Laureate with La Verdi.
Chailly has an exclusive recording contract with Decca, and his recordings with Decca include complete cycles of the symphonies of Gustav Mahler and Anton Bruckner. More recently, with the Gewandhaus Orchestra, Chailly has led recordings of Felix Mendelssohn, Johannes Brahms, and the Robert Schumann symphonies in the re-orchestrations by Gustav Mahler. His past recordings with American orchestras included Shostakovich: The Dance Album with The Philadelphia Orchestra and Igor Stravinsky's Le Sacre du printemps with the Cleveland Orchestra.
Chailly has been married twice. He has a daughter, Luana, by his first marriage to Anahi Carfi, and a stepson from his second and current marriage to Gabriella Terragni.
George Gershwin (September 26, 1898 – July 11, 1937) was an American composer and pianist. Gershwin's compositions spanned both popular and classical genres, and his most popular melodies are widely known.
He wrote most of his vocal and theatrical works, including more than a dozen Broadway shows, in collaboration with his elder brother, lyricist Ira Gershwin.
George Gershwin composed music for both Broadway and the classical concert hall, as well as popular songs that brought his work to an even wider public. His compositions have been used in numerous films and on television, and many became jazz standards recorded in numerous variations. Countless singers and musicians have recorded Gershwin songs
Bollani e Chailly per la prima volta insieme! Uno straordinario incontro al vertice fra classica e jazz per un CD eccezionale! Una delle più antiche orchestre del mondo, l’Orchestra del Gewandhaus di Lipsia, diretta da Riccardo Chailly si unisce a Stefano Bollani, un pianista italiano appartenente alla più alta sfera jazzistica internazionale. Il repertorio scelto, rigorosamente di George Gershwin, ci trascina nel mondo dello “swing”: un’atmosfera di confine fra la classica e il jazz, due mondi non sempre facili da conciliare. Le registrazioni spaziano dalla Rapsodia in blue, nella versione per pianoforte e jazz bandorchestrata da Ferde Grofé, al Concerto in fa passando attraverso la suite Catfish Row, composta nel 1936; chiude il programma Rialto Ripples, un brano di rarissima esecuzione, qui nella versione per pianoforte e orchestra. Un disco nuovo per un nuovo modo di vedere la musica di Gershwin, in cui il criterio di riferimento è la qualità, senza appartenenza di genere. L’unione sinergica di due mondi. Una delle più antiche orchestre del mondo l’Orchestra del Gewandhaus di Lipsia, “classica” per definizione, diretta da Riccardo Chailly, celeberrima nelle più diverse pagine della musica sinfonica, da Bach passando da Mozart, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Schumann e Mahler per arrivare alla musica contemporanea, si unisce a Stefano Bollani, un pianista italiano appartenente alla più alta sfera jazzistica internazionale. Il repertorio scelto, rigorosamente di George Gershwin, ci trascina nelle atmosfere degli anni ‘20 e ‘30 del ‘900, nel pieno della cultura americana del Secolo breve, nel mondo dello “swing”: un’atmosfera di confine fra la grande tradizione classica e l’altrettanto grande tradizione jazz, due mondi non sempre facili da conciliare.
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