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Yuja Wang 王羽佳 - The Vienna Recital

Yuja Wang 王羽佳 - The Vienna Recital


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Vienna Recital / Yuja Wang 維也納獨奏會
這套看似隨心所欲不同時代的混搭選曲風格,實際聆聽下來發現有著高度的凝聚力,其中一件曲目的主題或是表現張力,可能喚醒或是暗示著緊接下來的音樂內容。如同一位擁有豐厚知識背景的藝術策展人,將不同的藝術家的畫作陳列在博物館中,需要仔細考量場地、畫作的尺寸、畫作背景、風格等。王羽佳能夠驅使動態極限,卻同時不失情感及細膩詮釋。歐洲著名藝文記者Miriam Damev在奧地利標準報上用短短幾個字總結這場精彩的獨奏會─「這音樂廳瘋狂了」。

With her 2024 album, Yuja Wang presents an astonishingly eclectic mix of repertoire, ranging from from the early Classicism of Gluck to the improvisatory jazz piano of Kapustin, via music by Albéniz, Beethoven, Glass, Scriabin and more. As can be heard her album, Yuja displays an effortless ease in switching between different eras and genres. Reviewing the recital Yuja had given in London with the same repertoire, Bachtrack noted that its "unpredictability added to [the] palpable excitement in a packed Royal Festival Hall." Despite, or perhaps because of its eclecticism, this is unquestionably a programme with its own life, ebbing and flowing and creating a cohesive whole from its seemingly disparate musical elements. Seemingly disparate musical elements come together to form a coherent whole - with "Málaga" and "Lavapiés" by Albéniz, Scriabin's Third Piano Sonata, the Jazz Preludes by Kapustin, Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 18 in E flat major and the Études No. 6 and No. 13 by Ligeti. And Yuja ends the album with breathtaking encores: Étude No. 6 by Philip Glass, Danzón No. 2 by Arturo Márquez in a transcription for solo piano, Brahms' Intermezzo in C sharp minor, Op. 117 No. 3 and "Reigen seliger Geister" from Gluck's Orphée et Eurydice, arranged for solo piano by Giovanni Sgambati under the title "Melodie."

ISAAC ALBÉNIZ (1860–1909)
Málaga from Iberia
Piano Sonata No. 3 in F sharp minor op. 23
1. Drammatico
2. Allegretto
3. Andante
4. Presto con fuoco
Prelude No. 11
Prelude No. 10
from 24 Jazz Preludes op. 53

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