Σάββατο, 25 Φεβρουαρίου 2012

ΑΦΙΕΡΩΜΑΤΑ, JACQUELINE DU PRÉ


* Costas Papageorgiou


Birth of JACQUELINE DU PRE
  1945 in OxfordEnglish cellist.From 1955 she studied with William Pleeth,later with Tortelier,Casals,and Rostropovich,and began her short but hugely successful career with a recital in 1961 at the Wigmore Hall,London.Married to the pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim,she played in concerts throughout the world.Her distinctively physical playing style was eloquently suited to the Schumann and Elgar concertos.In 1973 multiple sclerosis forced her to retire from the concert hall,but her beauty of tone and dazzling natural technique is preservedon many recordings.



*Mina Dakou
Jacqueline du Pré Cello solo
JACQUELINE DU PRÉ plays "Jota", from Suite populaire espagnole.


*Sofia Kouvari
J.S.Bach: Adagio ~ 'Cello: Jacqueline du Pré'


*Stathis Gotsis
Jacqueline du Pré - The Trout.avi

*Themis Taflanidis

Jacqueline Du Pré and Daniel Barenboim play Brahms's Cello Sonata op.99 - 3rd Mvt.



*Kiriaki Chrysanidou
Playing lifts you out of yourself into a delirious place. Jacqueline du Pre
Jacqueline du Pre - Jacqueline's Tears (Jacques Offenbach)
JACQUELINE DU PRÉ plays "Jota", from Suite populaire espagnole.
Jacqueline du Pre - Delius cello concerto - Lento
Barenboim, Zukerman & Du Pré - Beethoven Piano Trio "Archduke" (III) - Andante
The nostalgia of the infinite

Jacqueline du Pré | JdP

The first signs of Miss du Pre's illness appeared when she was 26 years old and at the height of her fame. ''My hands no longer worked,'' she recalled in 1978. ''I simply couldn't feel the strings.'' She withdrew from concertizing for one year, then returned, to mixed reviews. The
diagnosis of multiple sclerosis followed shortly, and Miss du Pre retired.

By the mid-70's, Miss du Pre was virtually paralyzed. She could no longer dress herself, nor stand unaided, nor travel without a great deal of planning. She put all of her energies into two major activities - teaching, whenever possible, and working for the cause of multiple sclerosis research.

''I had to learn to reconstruct my life,'' she said in 1978. ''But I have found a great deal to do. I go to concerts and see my friends. And the music is still alive in my head.''
Jacqueline du Pre- Le Cygne-- The Swan. Saint-Saens

‎"Όπως χαρακτηριστικά έχει πει ένας διακεκριμένος βιολονίστας ο Pinchas Zukerman η Du Pré ήταν σα να μελέτησε μουσική σε μία προηγούμενη ζωή όπου έκανε και όλες τις πρόβες και ήρθε σε αυτήν τελείως έτοιμη. "
Jacqueline du Pré: A Celebration of Her Unique & Enduring..

 Miss du Pre met Daniel Barenboim at a party in London in 1966. ''Instead of saying good evening,'' she later recalled, ''we sat down and played Brahms.'' They were married in June 1967. Together, they helped begin the South Bank Summer Musical Festival in London the following year.
 Mr. Barenboim was once asked what it was like to accompany his wife. ''Difficult,'' he replied. ''It doesn't dawn on her sometimes that we mortals have difficulties in following her.''
Jaqueline Du Pre & Daniel Barenboim - informal



* Sergios Malakates
Jacqueline du Pré plays Schumann - Cello Concerto in A minor, Op. 129


* Aglaia Raptou
Jacqueline du Pre - Dvorak Cello Concerto 3rd mov.


* Ioanna Mermiga
Camille Saint Saens Cello Concerto No 1 in A minor, Op 33 Jacqueline Du Pre Part 1



* Tanja Pavlovic 
Mendelssohn - Song without words op. 109 - Jacqueline du Pré



*Magda Riga
Jacqueline du Pré, Saint-Saëns - Allegro appassionato Op.43.wmv


* Christos Sipsis
She (Jacqueline du Pré) is particularly associated with Elgar's Cello Concerto in E Minor; her interpretation has been described as "definitive" and "legendary.
Elgar Cello Concerto 1st mov - Jaqueline du Pré, Daniel Barenboim
The concerto had its première on 27 October with the London Symphony Orchestra at Queen's Hal [... ] There's an interesting footnote to that first performance. One of the players that evening was a promising, nineteen-year-old musician named John Barbirolli. Some sixty-six years later, his recording of the work with Jacqueline du Pré and a later London Symphony would be hailed by many as its definitive interpretation. 
Jacqueline du Pre - Elgar cello concerto (recording with Barbirolli)



* Marina Papachroni 
The Elgar Cello Concerto



* Kostas Grigoreas
Jacqueline du Pré
Ένα μουσικό φαινόμενο, μια τραγική γυναικεία προσωπικότητα






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