Dialogo a 4 mani

 

 

Organ Duo: Ai Yoshida & Alex Gai

 

 

 

Organi in Val di Fiemme (Trentino, Italy)

 

-Daiano (A.Zeni 2000)

-Pieve di Cavalese  

 (Humpel(1731-32)/dell’Orto&Lanzini(2011)

-Predazzo (A.Zeni 2008) 

 

programma:

 

Johann Christian Bach (1735-1782)

- Sonata (Duetto) F-Dur Op.18 Nr.6

            

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

- Andante mit fünf Variationen in G für Klavier zu vier Händen KV 501

 

Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (1732-1795)

- Sonate pour le Clavecin a quatre mains A-Dur

          

Gottfried August Homilius (1714-1785)

- Meine Hoffnung steht auf Gott

- Schmücke dich o liebe Seele

- Christ lag in Todesbanden

 

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)

- Sonata F-Dur Wq70/3, H84

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

- Fantasie f-moll KV608 (“Ein Orgelstück für eine Uhr”)

 

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)

- Adagio für die Flötenuhr WoO33/1

 

Adolf Friedrich Hesse (1809-1863)

- Fantasie d-moll für die Orgel zu vier Händen Op.87

            

 

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Critiche

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J.S.Bach e l'Italia

  

 

Ai Yoshida

 

suona sull'organo Andrea Zeni(2006)

della chiesa di S.Giuseppe di Bolzano

                                         

programma:

 

- Praeludium und Fuge G-Dur BWV541

- Aria variata alla maniera italiana BWV989

- Concerto G-Dur BWV592

- Triosonata c-moll BWV526

- Concerto F-Dur BWV978

- Fuge h-moll BWV579

- Toccata, Adagio und Fuge C-Dur BWV564

 

 

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"La giovane e brillante organista Ai Yoshida presenta in questo CD alcune composizioni di J.S.Bach riunite sotto l’avvincente tematica “J.S.Bach e l’Italia”.

 

Il pregio della scelta operata da Yoshida risiede nel fatto di non essersi limitata al repertorio che tradizionalmente viene ascritto allo “stile italiano” nell’opera bachiana, ma essersi spinta ad estendere il raggio a composizioni di norma poco frequentate sotto tale segno, anche se rientranti di diritto in tale panoramica.

 

Ai Yoshida, molto apprezzabile per musicalita’ e pertinenza stilistica, puo’ essere maggiormente apprezzata nelle scelte timbriche in quanto il libretto – in lingua giapponese, inglese e italiana – riporta, oltre alla disposizione fonica dell’organo Zeni, dettagliatamente I registri utilizzata nei singoli brani."

          (Francesco Tasini, Arte organaria e organistica, edizione Carrara)

 

“This is an album filling the audience with crisp sunlight. You may feel that the doors to a bright future opening for you the instance the first “Prelude and Fugue in G major, BWV 541” plays.This album contains a collection of musical compositions indicating the relation between Italy and Bach. Every piece of them is glamorous and dynamic and Ms Yoshida plays the beautiful notes well using right playing technique. She is skillful at creating sound.”

(CD Journal, “Chu-mo-ku-ban (hot album)”)

 

“She focuses on bringing out natural flavors of individual numbers in this album, which provides supportive evidence that she has a very high level of playing skills. She wrote the notes for the album showing her assured capability as researcher.”

(Record Geijutsu, “Tokusen-ban (recommended album)”)

 

“Ms Yoshida successfully provides the instrument and all the musical pieces contained in this album using appropriate, clear texture and various articulations. At the same time, ‘Aria variata in A minor’, for example, is very well performed. Is it what the nature of the instrument creates or what the skills of the player draws? – maybe it’s the result of the combination of the both.”

(Record Geijutsu, “Tokusen-ban (recommended album)”)

 

“Clear sounds of the organ are recorded in a manner balanced well with the long-lasting sound in a church, which makes the details of music open to the audience.”

(Record Geijutsu, “Yushu-rokuon (excellence recording)”)