un bel disco, registrato tra il 1936/38, suono delicato e caldo scivola via in un attimo, penso che sia una delle migliori registrazioni esistenti dell'epoca, ancora oggi riesce a dare emozioni e a tenere testa alle registrazioni digitali. I prefer the original recordings for that authentic sound. He was the second of eleven children of Carlos Casals and Pilar Defillo de Casals. This is my favorite recording of the Bach Cello Suites, Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2017.
His interpretation of this music is just wonderful.
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So I think that's a message for the times right now and I hope that carries through.”. Please try again.
And he suspects his godfather, who died at age 96 in 1973, would be pleased. They are now released again on vinyl in a luxury edition of 3 LPs in a wibalin box.
Pablo Casals: Johann Sebastian Bach, Cello Suites, Audio CD, Original recording remastered, January 24, 2012.
These days Claret still carries a faded photograph of himself with Casals in his cello case. It makes Pablo human and the music more real.
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Pablo Casals was about 12-years old when he and his father, while rummaging through scores of music in a second-hand shop in Barcelona, came across a score of J.S. When he was 12, Casals discovered Bach's Cello Suites in a music shop in Barcelona, Claret … To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Bach’s Cello Suites. 3 In C, BWV1009 20:141-13 Prelude 3:281-14 Allemande 3:451-15 Courante 3:141-16 Sarabande 3:301-17 Bourrée I \u0026 II 3:231-18 Gigue 3:04 Suite No.
What a wonderful person he was. He refused invitations to festivals and even to the White House. Fantstic version, by far the best I have heard! Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. 1 is bound to pop up. Andrea Shea Twitter Senior Arts ReporterAndrea Shea is WBUR's arts reporter. He chairs the strings department at NEC. Gray labels with black and orange text. He is generally regarded as the pre-eminent cellist of the first half of the 20th century and one of the greatest cellists of all time. This article was originally published on October 18, 2019. After the war they organized relief concerts together for kids who lost their parents. Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2018.
“It's really, literally, like someone reciting their concept about life philosophy.
This led to public performances in Paris and London, and eventually in the U.S., and at the White House before President Theodore Roosevelt (some 60 years later, Casals would perform again at the White House, for President John Kennedy). These Suites are for me close to the essence of music, what it can do and what it's about.
Luminaries from American music were there, including Leonard Bernstein.
He was awarded the Presidential …
Casals's father, the local church organist, would play the piano while the infant Casals rested his head against it and sang along. “Oftentimes when you listen to Casals playing, you don't really think that it's cello,” explained Kim, who is a member of the Borromeo String Quartet, which is in residence at the New England Conservatory (NEC). Other Versions (1 of 1) View All Two years later Casals received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Reina remembers being mesmerized as a kid by magazine shots of an old man walking on the beach in a suit and tie. Not one but two concerts are kicking off a season of programming dedicated to Puerto Rico, where Casals spent the last 15 years his life.
It keeps him alive in my heart and soul.
Casals also advocated to create the island’s first symphony orchestra and music conservatory. The Cello Suites: J. S. Bach, Pablo Casals, and the Search for a Baroque Masterpiece. Pablo Casals was born on December 29, 1876, in Vendrell, in the Catalonian region of Spain.
Casals used his status as a celebrity cellist, composer and conductor to convince the Nazis to release Claret's father. In one word: magnificent!
“Casals was a humanitarian, he cared so deeply about people all over the world,” Baker said, “doing fundraisers and rallying against dictatorship and oppression. After years of relentless practice and performance, he created and funded a symphony orchestra and fought to bring affordable music to the masses. Musician Yeesun Kim wakes up every morning the way Pablo Casals did — by playing one of Bach’s six, demanding cello suites from memory. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. As a kid Claret listened to Casals’ compositions including, “El Cant Dels Ocells,” or “Song Of The Birds.” He said it felt as if the music was erupting from the earth.
They weren't Bach's originals, because Claret says they don't exist. Touched by the Spanish Civil War, Casal's account is heart-felt and highly personal, Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2020. One is "Reverie," a piece Casals wrote when he was young in Barcelona. In 1955, the governor invited the then 80-year-old Casals to create a music festival as he had in France to lift the island’s cultural spirits and stature.
Casals was born in the Catalonia region of Spain in 1876.
They somehow suggest the elusive shapes of my own thinking and feeling. He made his permanent residence in 1956, when he settled in San Juan, Puerto Rico (his mother was born there when the island was still under Spanish rule). I even enjoy the occasional "imperfections".
5 In C Minor, BWV1011 22:312-1 Prelude 7:182-2 Allemande 3:172-3 Courante 2:032-4 Sarabande 2:452-5 Gavotte I \u0026 II 4:292-6 Gigue 2:20 Suite No.
When he was 12, Casals discovered Bach's Cello Suites in a music shop in Barcelona, Claret told me.
I stayed at the El Convento Hotel in Old San Juan.
In his teenage years, Claret started taking cello lessons with Casals’ brother, and even had the chance to play for Casals himself a couple of times. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. Then World War II erupted.
The cello orchestra includes octets from area music schools including the NEC, Longy and Boston University.
All performances in this series were recorded, mastered, or re-mastered at the internationally renowned Abbey Road Studios in London. “A lot of people went to Puerto Rico to play with him, and for him, because he was legendary,” he said. Dozens of cellists are carrying on another of Casals’ traditions: the convening of massive cello choirs, which he did at his music festivals. Fifty-six players will come together on Sunday at the Boston Center for the Arts.
"It's like our bible," says cellist Lluís Claret with a laugh.
6 In D Major, BWV 811 Arranged By – Pollain* 3:452-15 Komm, Süsser Tod, BWV 478 Arranged By – Siloti* 3:272-16 Andante From Sonata No. When I visited Puerto Rico about seven years ago. She said she wanted to shape a series of events for the local Puerto Rican community that would help raise money in the wake of Hurricane Maria. With her eyes closed, Kim’s fingers dart along her cello’s neck with a life of their own. He passionately believed music must serve a purpose. There was an error retrieving your Wish Lists.
4 In E Flat, BWV1010 22:291-19 Prelude 4:151-20 Allemande 3:451-21 Courante 3:551-22 Sarabande 4:091-23 Bourrée I \u0026 II 3:371-24 Gigue 2:35 Suite No.
In 1950 Pablo Casals resumed his career as conductor and cellist at the Prades Festival, organized in commemoration of the bicentennial of the death of J.S. Given the recordings from the late 'thirties, the sound is warm and resonant.
There he became friends with Claret’s parents who were also Spanish refugees.
But Casals relented in 1961 playing at the White House for President John F. Kennedy and his guests. I think he would have liked channeling all that energy and wonderful talent in this town.”.
“Here you have a man like Casals appearing before the cameras conducting an orchestra at the University of Puerto Rico — so it carried a lot of meaning.”. Unable to add item to List.
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