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Gateways. Chen – Kreisler – Rachmaninov

Maxim Vengerov, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, Long Yu

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Wu Xing (The Five Elements)  
1.1
1. Shui (Water)
Qigang Chen; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:03
1.2
2. Mu (Wood)
Qigang Chen; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:04
1.3
3. Huo (Fire)
Qigang Chen; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
1:48
1.4
4. Tu (Earth)
Qigang Chen; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:01
1.5
5. Jin (Metal)
Qigang Chen; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
1:57
The Joy of Suffering  
1.6
1. Despair
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:18
1.7
2. Solitary
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:33
1.8
3. Divinely alone
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
1:53
1.9
4. Thrilled by illusions
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:09
1.10
5. Melancholy relief
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
1:50
1.11
6. The Beauty of Suffering
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
4:42
1.12
7. Solitary Beauty
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:41
1.13
8. Get caught up in the madness
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
3:56
1.14
9. Excruciating Song
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:41
1.15
10. A glimmer of light
Qigang Chen; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
1:50
1.16
Tambourin chinois, Op. 3 (Arr. McAlister for Violin and Orchestra)
Fritz Kreisler; Clark McAlister; Maxim Vengerov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
3:49
Symphonic Dances, Op. 45  
1.17
1.1. Non Allegro
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
2:54
1.18
1.2. Poco a poco rallentando
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
4:29
1.19
1.3. A tempo più mosso
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
4:12
1.20
2.1. Andante con moto. (Tempo di valse)
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
4:11
1.21
2.2. Tempo precedente
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
5:04
1.22
3.1. Lento assai
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
3:17
1.23
3.2. Lento assai. Come prima
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
5:51
1.24
3.3. Allegro vivace
Sergey Vasil'yevich Rachmaninov; Shanghai Symphony Orchestra; Long Yu
4:05
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    74:18
The Shanghai Symphony Orchestra (SSO), Asia’s oldest symphony orchestra, celebrates its 140th anniversary with a new album, Gateways. Joining the SSO on the album and on tour is Music Director and conductor Long Yu, who celebrates his 10th season with the Orchestra. Deutsche Grammophon signed the SSO last year and Gateways will be its first studio recording on the label. In January 2019, the Orchestra released a live recording of its landmark performance at the Imperial Ancestral Temple outside of Beijing’s Forbidden City, a rare event at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. This concert was at the forefront of Deutsche Grammophon’s DG120 celebrations and was live-streamed to worldwide audiences. Gateways sees the Orchestra blend Chinese and Russian repertoires, presenting works by Chinese composer Qigang Chen alongside Rachmaninov and Kreisler, with soloist Maxim Vengerov. Qigang Chen’s violin concerto La joie de la souffrance and was premiered in 2017 conducted by Long Yu and Maxim Vengerov, for whom the piece was written.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Deutsche Grammophon (DG) Studio Masters

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