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2018.08.29

Get intoxicated by Debussy played by the goddesses

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「Philia Hall 25th Anniversary Concert Claude Debussy 100 years after the death Chamber music retrospective exhibition」

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(TOP image) Kawakubo Miki (C) Yuji Hori / Mie Kobayashi (C) Akira Muto / Yoshiko Kawamoto / Mari Endo (C) Katsumi Nakayama
Yurie Miura (C) Yuji Hori / Yue Ueno (C) Akira Muto / Naoko Yoshino (C) Akira Muto

Feel free to enjoy! Living with a concert
File.3 100 years after the death of Claude Debussy Chamber music retrospective exhibition
(Kosaburo Mori/Music Writer)

French composer Claude Debussy (1862-1918), famous for the symphonic poem "The Sea", decided to compose "6 Sonatas for Various Instruments" in his last years. It was also to counter the prosperous German composer of those days and to show the wonderfulness of French music to the world.
Get intoxicated by Debussy played by the goddesses

Although it was written seriously since then, most of the composers in the classical music world at that time and now are Germans. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, of course, Brahms, Wagner, Mendelssohn, etc. are all German composers if you think about them.
Although it is a bit violent, German music was particular about the structure and form. When you see the "form" a little, you get worried about "Wakatta!" And it became "fun!" and "I can talk!" and I really love it.

So what is Debussy's music?
I still remember what I heard when I first listened to it.

I don't know.
It's fluffy.
What is it fashionable?
Glittering and beautiful.
Elusive music.
But veryI feel free...it was fresh.

Get intoxicated by Debussy played by the goddesses

It is certain that there are nuances reminiscent of the touch of French Impressionist painters.
If Monet was trying to portray light transitions and the passage of time in a fixed plane called painting, Debussy was able to create a colorful and three-dimensional image in the sensibilities of what he listens to through the temporal art of music. It can be said that he made him come and go. (By the way, Debussy himself didn't like being called "impressionist.")
Toru Takemitsu of contemporary music and jazz pianist Bill Evans. The music of people affected by Debussy is also free to be captured, and it is transparent and beautiful.

In commemoration of the 100 years since the death of Debussy, a concert that covers chamber music works will be held. The venue is the Philia Hall in Aoba-ku, Yokohama, a chamber music hall that is perfect for enjoying an ensemble with a small number of people.
Get intoxicated by Debussy played by the goddesses The instruments used are violin, viola, cello, piano, flute, and harp. This is a program that allows you to enjoy various combinations of sounds and sounds, from solo performances to an ensemble of up to five people.
Only the people who are good at French music will be playing the regular talented group of regulars "Meeting with the muse" at Philia Hall. You can imagine Debussy, who didn't hate women (it was said to have had more trouble), was happy with Nimari in that world.

Sonata of his later years, who died while aiming for 6 songs, could only compose 3 songs, Of course played.
Get intoxicated by Debussy played by the goddesses
Yue Ueno (C) Akira Muto, Yoshiko Kawamoto, Naoko Yoshino (C) Akira Muto

My personal recommendation is "Sonata for flute, viola and harp".
The main melody with a mysterious and slightly inaccessible atmosphere.
I will try hard to hear it.
Anxiety when suddenly lost.
And a sense of relief when it appears again from nowhere.
The best harp in the world for Naoko Yoshino, who is the best in the world, when this song is played. Enjoy it!

Philia Hall 25th Anniversary Concert
100 years after the death of Claude Debussy Chamber music retrospective exhibition
Date: Saturday, November 24, 2018
Venue: Aoba Ward Community Center Yokohama City Philia Hall
Start: 14:00 / Schedule: 16:30
Price: (All seats designated) S seat ¥6,000 / A seat ¥5,500
*See below for details
http://www.philiahall.com/html/series/181124.html

  • Yokohama City Aoba Residents Cultural Center Philia Hall
  • Yokohama City Aoba Residents Cultural Center Philia Hall
  • Yokohama City Aoba Residents Cultural Center Philia Hall

A classical music hall on the 5th floor of the main building of Aobadai Tokyu Square South-1. The hall room type is a shoe box type without the proscenium arch represented by the world's four major halls, and even from the scale of 500 seats, the seats and the stage are integrated, not only sound but also visual intimacy You can enjoy the overflowing performance.

  • Address
    5-1-1 Aobadai Tokyu Square South-1 Main Building, 2-1-1 Aobadai, Aoba-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
  • TEL
    045-982-9999 (ticket center)
  • Business Hour
    11:00-18:00 (Ticket Center)

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