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Peter Rybar

 

...........想介紹一個 " Violin Concerto by Schumann Discography " 的網頁, 同樣由一位日本朋友所建立

An Original Discography of Violin Concerto in D minor Op. posth., WoO 23 by Robert Schumann or My Collection
http://www.annie.ne.jp/~shrd/schumann-list.html

雖然只列出了 22 個版本, 但每一個版本錄音的來龍去脈, 以何種型式發行出版, 它都盡量以圖文來顯示, 更盡是可點擊放大的! : )

再加上版主在那里購得此片? 又是以多少錢買回來? 它都列了出來. 可能有樂友覺得這些資料都是十分瑣碎, 但沒辦法, Patzak 就是喜歡看這些東西了! : )

象這位差點已被人遺忘的前輩小提琴家 Peter Rybar (1913-2002 ), 這里就分列出六次他的錄音被出版之情況, 把我看得眉飛色舞呢! : )
http://www.annie.ne.jp/~shrd/schu-1951-rybar.html

(一)
Recorded: 1951 in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Peter Rybar / Lausanne Symphony Orchestra / Victor Desarzens
The third recording in history and the first postwar recording.

Concert Hall, CHS-1128 [ LP ]

Side 1 ; The 1st mvt.
Side 2 ; The 2nd and the 3rd mvts.
"LICENSED BY CONCERT HALL SOCIETY INC., N.Y., U.S.A. ONLY FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE FOR PHONOGRAPHS IN HOMES".
"opus 134" and "OP. 134" are frank mistakes.
Liner notes include a comment by JONATHAN SCHILLER in English without a date.
According to a shop, this compilation is "very rare".
(2001/12/03; bought at LFMCAR; Used; $125.00-.)

Concert Hall CHS-1128
http://www.schopper.ch/static/pics/400620.jpg
http://www.annie.ne.jp/~shrd/sch-rybar-concert-hall-chs-1128.gif

(二)
The Classics Club, 27 [or ; 27A and 27B] [ 10" ! ] (1)
Titled: "ROBERT SCHUMANN / CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN AND ORCHESTRA / IN D MINOR, OP. 134".
["OP. 134" is frank mistake.]
"Made in England".
"Side 1" = "27A" = "1st Movement"; "Side 2" = "27B" = "2nd Movement" and "3rd Movement".
(2002/06/20; bought at C33; Used; £20.00-.)

(三)
Classic CL 6224 (2) [ LP ? ]
Unconfirmed.

(四)
Nixa CLP 1128 (3) [ LP ? ]
Unconfirmed.

(五)
VENEZIA V-1002
"2 [ ? ]4'34"+"7'45"+"9'18". AAD.
(P) 1993 MFD BY DISCHI VENEZIA.
The master is apparently a LP.
Titled: "HISTORICAL RECORDINGS OF R. SCHUMANN'S 3 CONCERTOS".
Without any explicative liner notes.
Coupled with the 1st and the 3rd movements of the Pf.Con (Josef Hofmann) and the 3rd movement of the Vc.Con. (Pierre Fournier).
There are some mistakes in the track list.

(六)
DORON music, "Legendary Artist", DRC-4009
"14'35"+"7'44"+"9'12" [ =31'31 ]. ADD.
(P) & (C) 1996 DORON Music, Switzerland.
Made in Switzerland.
Released: 1996/10/01.
Liner notes (28 pages) include comments by Michael Struck dated 1996 in German, French (translated by D. Ispérian), and English (translated by Jennifer Paull) (4).

前輩小提琴家 Peter Rybar 的一些資料:
http://www.emusic.com/artist/10557/10557943.html

Peter Rybar, violinist, born August 29 1913; died October 4 2002

The legendary solo violinist, quartet leader, orchestra leader and teacher Peter Rybar, who has died aged 89, was one of the last links with the musical riches of the old Europe. He lived long enough to find himself a cult figure, with a dozen CDs available and more on the way.

He was born in Vienna, to two Czech violinists. In 1914 his mother brought him to England, but their temporary stay was made permanent by the outbreak of war, and his father was killed in 1915, fighting in the Austro-Hungarian Army. "I was 11 months old when I came to London, so English was my first language," said Rybar - he eventually spoke seven fluently.

After spells in Geneva and Leipzig, he arrived at the Prague Conservatoire, where the famed Czech Quartet (whose second violin was the composer Josef Suk) were his teachers, and among his friends were the pianist Rudolf Firkusny, and conductors Walter Susskind and Rafael Kubelik. Rybar made his name by giving the Stravinsky concerto its first performances in Prague and (with the composer present) in Paris. In the French capital he was a pupil of Carl Flesch and began a lifelong friendship with the Czech composer Bohuslav Martinu.

In the late 1930s, Rybar spent 18 months in Portugal, polishing his solo Bach, but kept up his British connections. Through the poet Robert Trevelyan he got to know the violinist Adolf Busch, his conductor brother Fritz, the teacher and composer Donald Tovey - who accompanied him by heart in the Beethoven concerto and set him a fugue to write "before you go to bed" - and the Dutch composer Julius Röntgen. Urged to visit Julius's son Joachim, who led the Winterthur City Orchestra and its quartet, Rybar arrived in Switzerland in 1938, only for Joachim Röntgen to be offered a teaching job back in The Hague.

After a bizarre audition at a party (he played the Canary Song on Röntgen's violin), Rybar insisted on a proper hearing and was hired as leader of the orchestra and quartet, and teacher at the conservatoire. In Winterthur he had ideal working conditions, and his teaching skills attracted many students. The quartet prospered, and as orchestra leader he worked with all the great conductors of the postwar era.

Rybar married pianist Marcelle Daeppen in 1952 and they formed a duo; but he also performed with Edwin Fischer and Wilhelm Backhaus. With Clara Haskil, he made music both in concert and in the recording studio - a famous photo shows them playing each other's instruments (she had been a violinist as a child).

Having retired to Caslano, near Lake Lugano, Rybar was persuaded by Wolfgang Sawallisch to take the leader's post with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in Geneva - violinist and conductor lasted a decade there and left together, in 1980.

Rybar also took the Classe de virtuosité at the Geneva Conservatoire. He gave his last public performances in 1986 and then retired fully, saddened by the death of his wife but buoyed up by the interest in his recordings. He was also the subject of two television documentaries.

Peter Rybar's records were mostly made for the cheap American labels that proliferated after the war; but because he had a distinctive tone, a fine technique and a meticulous sense of style, many have worn well. He was the first to record such staples as the Viotti A minor and Goldmark concertos and the Fantasy by his teacher Suk; one of his LPs with Haskil now commands a four-figure sum. Among his own favourites were the Busoni Second Sonata with Haskil and the Bach Double Concerto with fellow Flesch pupil Henryk Szeryng.

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Schubert : String Quartet no 11 in E major D 353 (Op. 125 no 2)
Winterthur String Quartet
Peter Rybar (Violin)
Clemens Dahinden (Violin)
Oskar Kromer (Viola)
Antonio Tusa (Cello)
Concert Hall (美版) DL-15
1

Josef Suk : Fantasy in G for Violin & Orchestra
Peter Rybar, violin
Vienna Symphony Orchestra
Henry Swoboda
Westminster (美版) WL-50 11
1

Georg Philipp Telemann : Concerto for Three Violins & Strings
Louis Kaufman, Peter Rybar, Anton Fietz, violins
Concert Hall String Orchestra
Henry Swoboda
Concert Hall Society (美版) DL-12 (Limted Edition) (p. in 1950s)
1
1

Vivaldi : Concerto for Two Violins in D
Louis Kaufman & Peter Rybar, violins
Winterthur Symphony Orchestra
Clemens Dahinden
Musical Masterpiece Society (美版) MMS-84 (十吋密紋)
1

Handel : Concerti Grossi, Op. 6
Peter Rybar, violin
J. Diggleman, harpsichord
Winterthur Symphony Orchestra
Clemens Dahinden
Musical Masterpiece Society (美版) MMS-85 (十吋密紋)
1

Dvorak : Sonata in F Major for Violin and Piano Op. 57. 1 & Four Romantic Pieces Op.75
Peter Rybar, violin
Franz Holletschek, piano
Westminster (美版) WL 50-15 (p. in 1950)
1

Brahms : Violin Concert in D major op 77
Peter Rybar, violin
MMS Symphony Orchestra
Hans Moltkau
Musical Masterworks Society (美版) MMS 2007
1

........說起來這個廉價唱片牌子 "Classics Club" 在六十年代, 可算是深入民心呢..........

Brahms : Violin Concert in D major op 77
Peter Rybar, violin
Austrian Radio Orchestra
Hans Moltkau
Classics Club (英版)
1

Mendelssohn : Concerto for Violin in E minor Op 64 + Hebrides Overture Op. 26
Peter Rybar, violin
Vienna Festival Orchestra
Victor Desarzens
Westminster (美版) "Whitehall" 系列 WH-20003
1

Tchaikovsky : Concerto for Violin in D Major
Peter Rybar, violin
Vienna Festival Orchestra
Victor Desarzens
Westminster (美版) "Whitehall" 系列 WH-20004 (p. in 1950s)
1
1
1
1
1


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"In Memoriam - Duo Rybar"
Peter Rybar, Violine
Marcelle Rybar, Piano 1

CD1
Pietro Nardini: Sonate D-Dur
1. Adagio- Allegro con fuoco
2. Larghetto
3. Allegretto grazioso
W. A. Mozart: Sonate G- Dur; KV. 301
4. Allegro con spirito
5. Allegretto
Claude Debussy: Sonate g-moll
6. Allegro vivo
7. lntermede
8. Finale tres anime
Armin Schibler: 7 Danses Concertantes
9. Danse initiate
10. Hommage a Strawinsky
11. Danse aux contrastes
12. Danse lente
13. Danse dodecaphonique
14. Danse chromatique
15. Danse finale
Robert Schumann: Fantasiestucke op. 73
16. Zart und mit Ausdruck
17. Lebhaft, leicht
18. Rasch und mit Feuer
19. L. v. Beethoven: Rondino
20. J. Rontgen: Dans uit Terschelling
21. F. Kreisler (Bearb.) Londonderry Air
22. M. de Falla: Span. Tanz "La vida breve"
TT: 73:28

CD 2
Bedfich Smetana: Aus meiner Heimat
1. Moderato
2. Andantino - Allegro vivo
Antonin Dvorak: Slawische Tanze
3. e-moll
4. G-Dur
Leos Janacek: Sonate
5. Con moto
6. Ballade
7. Allegretto
8. Adagio - Mosso
Bohuslav Martinu: 3 Arabesken
9. Allegretto moderato
10. Allegretto
11. Allegro
Bohuslav Martinu: Sonate Nr. 3
12. Poco allegro
13. Lento
14. Scherzo
15. Lento - Allegro
16. Antonin Dvorak: Cavatine
17. Josef Suk: Burleske
TT: 73:16
http://www.russiandvd.com/store/product.asp?sku=39525&genreid=

Mozart : Sonata for Violin & Piano in B Flat Major KV 454
I. Largo - Allegro
II. Andante
III. Allegretto
CLARA HASKYL, piano
PETER RYBAR, violin
Urania (CD)
1
http://www.russiandvd.com/store/product.asp?sku=40028&genreid=15555


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