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ケンブリッジ・バスカーズ・コレクション(4CD)

2017年1月18日 (水)


ケンブリッジ・バスカーズ・コレクション(4CD)

ケンブリッジ大学出身のマイケル・コプレイとデイヴィッド・イングラムの二人により1970年代後半に結成された大道芸人風デュオ「ケンブリッジ・バスカーズ」は、、1988年に、アコーディオンがイアン・ムーアに代わって「クラシック・バスカーズ」と名前を変えるまでの10数年間に、世界で人気を博したユニークなデュオ。

その特徴は、「クラシックの名曲の数々をおもしろおかしく笛とアコーディオンで演奏してしまう」というもので、特に速いテンポの曲での笛の超絶技巧ぶりには目を見張るものがありました。

実際、マイケル・コプレイのテクニックと音楽性には確かなものがあり、イ・ムジチのバッハ:ブランデンブルク協奏曲の録音に参加したり、ヴィヴァルディの協奏曲集テレマンの協奏曲の録音でソロをとったりと正統派の側面も見せていましたが、しかし彼ならではの魅力がもっとも発揮されるのはやはりバスカーズでのユーモアたっぷりの活動のほうでしょう。(HMV)

【収録情報】
CD1 [72’19]
SOAP OPERA

On this record we tried to reproduce the spontaneity and fun of live pavement work.
It was not recorded on a street corner or subway station, as we found that the digital computer and balance console blocked the sidewalk and people kept throwing coins to the producer. Instead it was made in Hornsey Town Hall in North London over two days in late April 1982. There was no audience, but both of the Hall cleaning ladies liked what they heard and asked for a free copy.

GIOACHINO ROSSINI 1792-1868
1 Largo al factotum (Figaro’s aria)
from The Barber of Seville 3’03

GIUSEPPE VERDI 1813-1901
2 La donna è mobile from Rigoletto 1’58

GEORGES BIZET 1838-1875
3 Gypsy Song from Carmen 2’22

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
4 Overture from Semiramide 3’51

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 1756-1791
5 Dove sono i bei momenti
from The Marriage of Figaro 2’36

6 Monostatos’ Aria
from The Magic Flute 1’12

KURT WEILL 1900-1950
7 Happy Life Song
from The Threepenny Opera 1’58

ARTHUR SEYMOUR SULLIVAN 1842-1900
8 Little Buttercup from HMS Pinafore 1’28

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
9 Una voce poco fa
from The Barber of Seville 3’17

RICHARD WAGNER 1813-1883
10 Ride of the Valkyries from The Valkyrie 1’39

GIUSEPPE VERDI
11 Act III Quartet from Rigoletto 2’29

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
12 Overture
from The Italian Girl in Algiers 3’45

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
13 Mandolin Serenade
(Deh vieni alla finestra)
from Don Giovanni 1’49

GIUSEPPE VERDI
14 Sempre libera from La traviata 1’45
PIETRO MASCAGNI 1863-1945

15 Intermezzo from Cavalleria rusticana 1’55

FRANZ VON SUPPÉ 1819-1895
16 Overture from Poet and Peasant 5’08

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
17 Non più andrai
from The Marriage of Figaro 2’57

JACQUES OFFENBACH 1819-1880
18 Can Can
from Orpheus in the Underworld 1’48

Michael Copley flute 2, 3, 5, 7-9, 11,13-17, sopranino recorder 1, 4, 6, 10, 12, 16, 18, crumhorn 10

Dag Ingram accordion


THE CAMBRIDGE BUSKERS
HANDEL BACH

with their Academy of Original Instruments-in-the-Streets Baroque. The Americans pronounce the word to rhyme with ‘joke’, the British, like the German Barock, with ‘shock’. This recording exposes the listener to magnificent examples both of the baroke joke and the barock shock.

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH 1685-1750
Brandenburg Suite
19 Concerto No. 2 2’31
20 Concerto No. 3 0’12
21 Grand Finale – Medley(Concertos Nos 1-6) 1’37
Dr A. Everett Paul-Arbenz page-turner / 20
(musicologically necessitated by the separation of the two chords in the Bach
Sonderausgabe)
Evelyn Nallen 2nd recorder / 21

ANTONIO VIVALDI 1678-1741
22 Spring from The Four Seasons 3’19

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL 1685-1759
23 Harp Concerto in B-flat major 2’47

TOMASO ALBINONI 1671-1751
arr. REMO GIAZOTTO 1910-1998
24 Adagio 2’44

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
Water Music Suite
25 Overture 2’26
26 Air 2’13
27 Menuet 2’11
28 Finale 3’09
‘Original’ rowing sounds courtesy Phonogram GmbH

DOMENICO SCARLATTI 1685-1757
29 Sonata in D major, K491 2’18

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
30 Concerto in F ‘a due cori’ 1’46

CD2 [73’10]
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
1 Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah 1’43

HENRY PURCELL 1659-1695
2 Abdelazar, or The Moor’s Revenge 1’50

LOUIS-CLAUDE DAQUIN 1694-1772
3 Le Coucou (The Cuckoo) 2’05

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
4 Harpsichord Concerto in F minor /
Polonaise from Orchestral Suite
No. 2 in B minor 5’02

JEAN-JOSEPH MOURET 1682-1738
5 Rondeau from Fanfares 2’04

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
6 Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
from Solomon 2’08

JOHANN PACHELBEL 1653-1706
7 Canon 0’34
Canon (‘authentic’ period weapon) from
the recording of Tosca on DG 2707 121

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
8 Toccata (without Fugue) in D minor 2’08

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
9 Gavotte from French Suite No. 5
in G major 1’15

ARCANGELO CORELLI 1653-1713
10 Pastorale (Largo)
from the Christmas Concerto 1’19

MARC-ANTOINE CHARPENTIER 1643-1704
11 Te Deum 1’35

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
12 Siciliano from Flute Sonata No. 2
in E-flat major 2’18

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
Music for the Royal Fireworks
13 Overture 2’25
14 Menuet 1’10
Fireworks taped during the Alster Cherry Blossom Festival (Kirschblütenfest) of the Japan-Haus Verein, Hamburg

Michael Copley flute CD1 20, 24, 30, CD2 4, 7, 10, 12, sopranino recorder CD1 21, 22, 25, 29, CD2 6, 9, 11, descant recorder CD1 19, 21, 27, 28, CD2 2, 3, 5, 12-14, alto recorder CD1 21, 23, CD2 2, soprano crumhorn CD2 1, bass crumhorn CD1 26
Dag Ingram accordion

THE EXPLOSIVE SOUND OF THE CAMBRIDGE BUSKERS
The Cambridge Buskers, on this record, have also now reached their own particular apotheosis. To illustrate this with a story from that well-known musical anecdotist Ben Trovato: ‘After the Amadeus String Quartet had played at some civic function in Liverpool, the Lord Mayor, a burly ex-docker, made a speech of thanks. “We wish them more and more success,” he said, “so that in time, maybe, Mr Brainin will be able to enlarge his little band.”’ He would have said nothing of the sort about the Cambridge Buskers. They number only 50% of the
Amadeus’ strength but their repertoire already surpasses that of most big symphony orchestras.

PYOTR IL’YICH TCHAIKOVSKY 1840-1893
15 1812 Overture 5’23
Cannons courtesy of Phonogram International B.V./Phillips, used by kind permission of Daniel Barenboim, from his Chicago Symphony recording

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
16 Overture from The Barber of Seville 2’10

FRANZ SCHUBERT 1797-1828
17 Symphony No. 8 ‘Unfinished’ 1’59

GUSTAV MAHLER 1860-1911
18 Symphony No. 4 0’33

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
19 Symphony No. 41 ‘Jupiter’ 1’59

ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK 1841-1904
20 Symphony No. 9
‘From the New World’ 2’42

PYOTR IL’YICH TCHAIKOVSKY
The Nutcracker Suite
21 March 2’07
22 Chinese Dance 0’59

FRANZ VON SUPPÉ
23 Overture from Light Cavalry 3’35

FELIX MENDELSSOHN 1809-1847
24 Violin Concerto 2’30

Attrib. LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN 1770-1827
25 Tuning Up 0’21

LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN
26 The Nine Symphonies 3’21

EDWARD ELGAR 1857-1934
27 Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1
‘Land of Hope and Glory’ 2’58
Steven Paul cymbals

FRANZ SCHUBERT
28 The Trout 1’34

EDVARD GRIEG 1843-1907
Peer Gynt Suite
29 Morning 1’56
30 Anitra’s Dance 1’20
31 In the Hall of the Mountain King 1’21
Birds from the Polydor International Sound Effects Archive, Werk II, Hanover,West Germany

ROMAN HOFFSTETTER 1742-1815
32 Haydn Serenade 3’33

PYOTR IL’YICH TCHAIKOVSKY
33 Piano Concerto in B-flat minor 1’34

JOHANNES BRAHMS 1833-1897
34 Academic Festival Overture 3’33

Michael Copley flutes and recorders
Dag Ingram accordion

CD3 [74’03]
ANOTHER SERIOUS ALBUM
You will notice that most of the composers are long since dead. We think they would have liked Michael and Dag’s lighthearted treatment of their music, but we aren’t taking any chances.

JOHN PHILIP SOUSA 1854-1932
1 The Stars and Stripes Forever 1’57

KURT WEILL
2 Tango Ballade
from The Threepenny Opera 2’07

JOHANN PACHELBEL
3 Canon 2’11
TRADITIONAL

4 Belfast Reel 1’39
ANTONIO VIVALDI

5 Recorder Concerto Finale 2’42
TRADITIONAL

6 Cod Piece (Pavan and Frog Galliard) 2’17
ALEXANDER BORODIN 1833-1887

7 Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor 4’08
JOHN LENNON 1940-1980 and
PAUL McCARTNEY b. 1942

8 Here,There and Everywhere 2’02
GEORGES BIZET

9 Carmen Entr’acte 1’44
TRADITIONAL
10 Good Beer Jig 1’44

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
11 Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 2’14

ERIK SATIE 1866-1925
12 Gymnopedie No. 1 2’59

NOEL GAY 1898-1954
13 The Lambeth Walk 2’06

TRADITIONAL
14 Two Rumanian Folk Tunes 3’23

MAURICE RAVEL 1875-1937
15 Bolero 4’00

Michael Copley recorders (Garklein Flötlein, sopranino, descant, treble,
tenor and bass), piccolo, flute, alto flute, crumhorn
Dag Ingram accordion, grand piano, electric piano
Sheila Bromberg harp
Barry Guy double bass
Lennie Clark drums
Robert Howes percussion

NOT LIVE FROM NEW YORK
Since it is not live, your glassware will remain intact… What may get fractured is your funny-bone, tickled by these affectionate caricatures of classical characters. If you find classical music too serious, beware! This recording may be hazardous to your opinions, although the Surgeon General has not determined that humour is harmful to your health.

FRANZ SCHUBERT
16 Marche Militaire 2’08

JOHANNES BRAHMS
17 Hungarian Dance No. 1 3’19

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
18 The Birdcatcher’s Song
from The Magic Flute 1’14

PYOTR IL’YICH TCHAIKOVSKY
19 The Dying Swan and Dance of the
Young Swans from Swan Lake 2’26

ANTONIO VIVALDI
20 Largo from The Four Seasons (Winter) 2’03

ARAM KHACHATURIAN 1903-1978
21 Sabre Dance from Gayaneh 1’41

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
22 Gigue (Country Dance)
from Water Music 1’35

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
23 Champagne Aria from Don Giovanni 1’12

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
24 Overture from The Silken Ladder 3’54

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
25 Largo from Concerto for Two Violins
in D minor, BWV1043 3’47

WILLIAM BOYCE 1711-1779
26 Gigue from Symphony No. 7
in B-flat major 1’57

CHRISTOPH WILLIBALD VON GLUCK
1714-1787
27 Dance of the Blessed Spirits
from Orpheus and Eurydice 3’02

MICHAEL PRAETORIUS 1571-1621
28 Courante from Terpsichore 1’51
GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
29 La Réjouissance
from Music for the Royal Fireworks 1’16

VITTORIO MONTI 1868-1922
30 Czárdás 2’51

GEORGES BIZET
31 Farandole
from L’Arlésienne Suite No. 2 2’20

Michael Copley sopranino and soprano recorders, flute Dag Ingram accordion and swan

CD4 [75’45]
EINE KLEINE STRAßEN-MUSIK
(A LITTLE STREET MUSIC)
When you think about it, it really is nice to know that they’ve made the streets safe for good music again.

JOHANN STRAUSS I 1804-1849
1 Radetzky March 1’18

PYOTR IL’YICH TCHAIKOVSKY
2 Dance of the Reed Pipes
from The Nutcracker Suite 2’34

LÉO DELIBES 1836-1891
3 Pizzicati from Sylvia 2’03

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
4 Rondo (Allegro) from Serenade
in G major, KV525
‘Eine kleine Nachtmusik’ 3’35

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
5 Overture from La Cenerentola
(Cinderella) 2’42

LUDVIG VAN BEETHOVEN
6 Finale (Ode to Joy)
from Symphony No. 9 2’33

TRADITIONAL
7 Moscow Nights 2’17

AMILCARE PONCHIELLI 1834-1886
8 Dance of the Hours from La Gioconda 1’39

GEORGE FRIDERIC HANDEL
9 Hornpipe from Water Music
Suite No. 1 in F, HWV348 3’29

JOHN W. BRATTON 1867-1946
10 Teddy Bears’ Picnic 1’43

GABRIEL FAURÉ 1845-1924
11 Sicilienne from Pelléas et Mélisande 2’31

TRADITIONAL SCOTTISH
12 Loch Lomond 1’58

JOHANN CHRISTIAN BACH 1735-1782
13 Andantino from Quintet in D major 2’13

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
14 Rondo (Allegro vivace)
from Horn Concerto No. 4 in E-flat major, KV495 2’54

RAY DAVIES b. 1944
15 Boss Cat 1’11

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
16 Overture from The Barber of Seville 2’41

Michael Copley Garklein Flötlein 8, sopranino recorder 1, 5, 6, 8-10, 12, 15, descant recorder 6, 9, 12, tenor recorder 9, flute 2, 4, 11, 13, 16, alto flute 2, 13, piccolo 3, ocarina 14
Dag Ingram accordion

ZWISCHEN PINTE UND PODIUM
(BETWEEN PUB AND PODIUM)

The Buskers met at Cambridge University and subsequently built a career playing in underground stations and performing in concert halls – surely proof of the importance of going to college!

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
17 Turkish March (Rondo alla Turca)
from Piano Sonata in A major, KV331 2’50

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
18 Overture from The Thieving Magpie 1’31

TRADITIONAL
19 Hornpipe: What Shall We Do with
the Drunken Sailor? 1’48

JOHANNES BRAHMS
20 Hungarian Dance No. 5 2’23

SCOTT JOPLIN c.1867-1917
21 The Entertainer 1’56

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
22 Badinerie from Orchestral Suite No. 2 1’26

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH
23 Two-Part Invention No. 8 1’06

GIOACHINO ROSSINI
24 Overture from William Tell 2’22

TRADITIONAL
25 In dulci jubilo 1’20

MICHAEL PRAETORIUS
26 Bourrée 1’29

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
27 Molto allegro
from Symphony No. 40, KV550 1’59

TRADITIONAL RUSSIAN
28 Dark Eyes 2’41

FRÉDÉRIC CHOPIN 1810-1849
29 ‘Minute’ Waltz (Waltz in D-flat major,
Op. 64 No. 1) 1’41

JEREMIAH CLARKE c.1674-1707
30 Trumpet Voluntary 1’23

MARVIN HATLEY 1905-1986
31 Dance of the Cuckoos
(Laurel and Hardy Theme) 1’04

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
32 Voi che sapete
from The Marriage of Figaro 3’09

LUIGI BOCCHERINI 1743-1805
33 Minuet from String Quintet
Op. 13 No. 5 1’43

GRIGORAS DINICU 1889-1949
34 Hora Staccato 1’27

Michael Copley flute 17, 20, 23, 25, 27-30, 32, 33, piccolo 22, Garklein Flötlein 25, 31, sopranino recorder 18, 19, 21, 24-26, 34, descant recorder 25, tonette 25, ocarina 31⁄
Dag Ingram accordion

KING’S PARADE
TRADITIONAL
fi King’s Parade 2’16

TRADITIONAL
fl Piper’s Dance 2’32

Michael Copley flutes
Dag Ingram accordion

All tracks arranged by Michael Copley and Dag Ingram except CD1 21 arr. Michael S. Murray, and CD4 17, 19, 25, 32, 33 arr. S. Everett Paul.

Recordings:
CD1: Hornsey Town Hall, UK, April 1982 1-18; Henry Wood Hall, London, UK, December 1983 19-30
CD2: Henry Wood Hall, London, UK, December 1983 1-14, April 1983 15-34
CD3: Polydor Studios, London, UK, January 1981 1-15; Polydor Studios, Hamburg, Germany, April & July 1979 16-31
CD4: Polydor Studios, Hamburg, Germany, October 1977 1-16, December 1976 17-34, 1978 35-36

Remastered from the original tapes by Lennart Jeschke, Wunstorf, Germany, September 2007 (CD1, CD2); Emil Berliner Studios, Langenhagen, Germany, September 2007 (CD3, CD4).

 ケンブリッジ・バスカーズ
  マイケル・コプレイ(笛)
  デイヴィッド・イングラム(アコーディオン)

 録音時期:1976-1983年
 録音方式:ステレオ
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