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■野田暉行 邦楽作品集
Teruyuki NODA WORKS for JAPANESE INSTRUMENTS

ALCD112.jpgALCD-112 税抜価格2,800円 2016/11/07発売
JAN 4530835 111498

邦楽四重奏団 Hougaku Quartet
山澤慧(チェロ) Kei Yamazawa, cello

レコード芸術特選盤
音楽現代推薦盤





野田 暉行:
[1] [2] 尺八、二面の箏、十七絃のための四重奏曲第1番
[3] 尺八、箏、チェロのための「リフレクション」
[4] 邦楽四重奏曲第3番「松の曲」
[5] 十七絃独奏のための「夜想曲」
[6] 邦楽四重奏曲第2番「レジェンド」

邦楽四重奏団、山澤慧(チェロ)

〈録音〉ムジカーザ 2016年6月15日[ライヴ・レコーディング]


このCDに収められた野田暉行の邦楽作品は、すべて20世紀に書かれたもの。3つの四重奏曲を軸に、野田の名作がここに収められている。作曲者自身の言葉によれば、「洋楽も邦楽も区別なく、ただあるのは音楽ばかり」「時代軸も様式軸も音楽を左右するものではなく、今生きている座標のこの地点で歌うことのみが私の音楽のすべて」。邦楽器でありながら邦楽器を感じさせない。一方、クラシックの記譜法で書かれていながらも、それを感じさせない。邦楽器やクラシック音楽という一般的な固定観念を越え、高い次元で曲の発想と楽器の発想が一体化した独自の世界観が体験できる。



NodaTeruyuki.jpg(C)進藤綾音野田 暉行(作曲)
1940年生れ。中学時代から作曲を始め、高校卒業時まで一切の音楽教育を受けることなく、ピアノ、ソルフェージュなどすべて自己流のやり方で、ひたすらスコアを読み、弾き、歌い、作曲する毎日を過ごす。高校卒業後、2週間程上京し、池内友次郎氏より初めて和声学の第一歩を学ぶ。翌1959年4月東京芸術大学入学。3年次提出作品のホルン三重奏曲が注目され、N響トップ奏者千葉馨氏によって初演、放送されたのをきっかけに活動を始める。作品は初期のものから、2015年完成のオペラまで多岐にわたり、内外で広く演奏されている。
 1962年、大学院修了と同時に母校で教育にあたり、2008年3月、67歳の定年まで続いた。後年、理事、副学長を兼任、映像科設立を実現した。現在、同大学名誉教授。




HougakuQuartet.jpg(C)Tomoko Hidaki邦楽四重奏団
-日本の伝統楽器で“今”と“これから”の音楽を創る-

 2011年春、東京藝術大学邦楽科卒の四人(箏・三絃・十七絃:平田紀子/寺井結子/中島裕康、尺八:黒田鈴尊)により結成されたカルテット。
 「日本の伝統楽器で“今”と“これから”の音楽を創る」というコンセプトのもと、「作曲家への新作委嘱=“今”と“これから”の邦楽を探求するための作曲家との共同活動」、「1960年代以降に作曲された現代邦楽名作群の再演」、そしてそれらの根幹となる「伝統的な三曲合奏(三絃・箏・尺八による古典合奏)」の三つの視座から活動を展開している。
 これまでに委嘱した作曲家は、根本卓也、高橋宏治、松本直祐樹、山本和智、山根明季子、旭井翔一、清水卓也の各氏。
 2015年にはNHK-FM放送「邦楽のひととき」にて野田暉行/松の曲(1976)を演奏。
 定期公演開催のほか、各方面へのゲスト出演、録音への参加等、レパートリーを増やし続けている。
オフィシャルサイト  http://hougaku-quartet.com


HirataNoriko.JPG(C)Tomoko Hidaki平田 紀子(箏)
 大阪府出身。幼少より永田文子氏に師事し、現在は深海さとみ氏に師事。東京藝術大学音楽学部邦楽科卒業。在学中に宮城賞、卒業時にアカンサス音楽賞・同声会賞受賞、及び生田流箏曲「宮城会」教師免状取得。宮城道雄記念コンクール、賢順記念くるめ全国箏曲祭コンクールなどで一位受賞。NHK Eテレ「にっぽんの芸能~今かがやく若手たち」に独奏で出演。その後、同番組のテーマ音楽、NHKラジオ第一「新日曜名作座」劇中音楽などの録音に携わる。ドイツ・スロベニア・スイス・イタリア各地での日本文化会館・コンサートホール等の公演に参加し、好評を得る。CD『深海さとみ 二曲一双』『harmonia ensemble 地球へのバラード』録音。
 日本作曲家協議会主催の「アジア作曲家連盟国際音楽祭」、「第10回世界合唱シンポジウム」や作曲家グループの作品展で各種箏の独奏をつとめ、さまざまな国の邦楽作品を紹介するなど、作曲家からの信頼も篤く、幅広い活動を通して邦楽器の魅力と音楽性を発信することに力を入れている。



TeraiYuiko.JPG(C)Tomoko Hidaki寺井 結子(箏)
 福島県出身。三歳より佐藤恭子氏に生田流箏曲の手ほどきを受け、遠藤祐子・遠藤千晶両氏に師事。東京藝術大学音楽学部邦楽科卒業。在学中には宮城賞及び同声会賞を受賞。
 その後同大学院音楽研究科修士課程へ進学、第23回国民文化祭・いばらき2008邦楽の祭典においてソリストを務める。
内モンゴル自治区で開催された第11回アジア芸術祭に出演。NHK邦楽技能者育成会第55期修了、卒業演奏会ではコンサートミストレスを務める。第17回賢順記念くるめ全国箏曲祭コンクール第二位銀賞・福岡県知事賞受賞。NHK邦楽オーディション合格。
 大学院終了後は地元福島県で定期公演を開催、2015年からは東京で寺井結子門下生演奏会を開催。NHK-FM「邦楽のひととき」「邦楽百番」出演。
邦楽をもっと身近に感じてもらいたい、子どもたちにこそ邦楽を届けたいとの想いから、未就学児入場可能のコンサートも行う。
 東京と福島を中心に後進の指導にあたっているほか、葛飾区内では箏体験講座の講師を務める等、邦楽の普及にも力を注ぐ。
 生田流箏曲宮城社師範。松戸市役所箏曲部講師。(公社)日本三曲協会、森の会、妙祐会、福島県三曲連盟所属。



NakajimaHiroyasu.JPG(C)Tomoko Hidaki中島 裕康(箏)
 茨城県出身。樋口雅礼瑤、浜根由香の各氏に師事。東京藝術大学音楽学部附属音楽高等学校を経て同大学邦楽科卒業。大学卒業時には皇居桃華楽堂にて御前演奏をする。第38回茨城県新人演奏会で新人賞を受賞。第25回新人演奏家コンクール邦楽部門にて最優秀賞を受賞。第20回賢順記念くるめ全国箏曲祭コンクール賢順賞受賞。第2回利根英法記念邦楽コンクール最優秀賞受賞。2013年、2016年、NHK-Eテレ「にっぽんの芸能~今かがやく若手たち」、NHK-FM放送「邦楽のひととき」に箏独奏で出演。
 CD『中瀬絹枝 箏と歌う』『柴田南雄とその時代 第二期』『郡愛子が歌う四季の彩り 郡司敦の世界』録音。伝統的な音楽に限らず、現代音楽や新作の委嘱初演を多数務めながら「箏の力」をテーマに探求する。2016年10月、東京文化会館に於いて「第1回中島裕康箏リサイタル−挑−」開催。
 (公財)正派邦楽会師範(雅号:中島雅裕)、(公社)日本三曲協会、森の会、同声会茨城支部、邦楽四重奏団、アンサンブル室町に所属。



KurodaReison.JPG(C)Tomoko Hidaki黒田 鈴尊(尺八)
 東京都出身。幼少よりピアノを学ぶ。武満徹作曲"ノヴェンバー・ステップス"を聴いたことが契機となり20歳で尺八に転向。人間国宝・青木鈴慕、青木彰時の両氏に師事。早稲田大学人間科学部、東京藝術大学音楽学部邦楽科卒業、同大学院修士課程修了。
 NHK邦楽オーディション合格。NHK-FM"邦楽のひととき"に独奏で出演。第2回利根英法記念邦楽コンクールにて最優秀賞受賞。NHK Eテレ「にっぽんの芸能~今かがやく若手たち」出演。
 アンサンブル室町(第13回佐治敬三賞受賞)、邦楽四重奏団(NHK-FM"邦楽のひととき"出演)メンバーとして数多くの新作を初演し続けている。
 CAPCOM「大神 五重之音調」CD録音他、TV、ラジオなどに音源提供多数。
 2014年韓国・百済文化祭にて朴範薫作曲の尺八協奏曲“流”のソリストを務める。同年公州にて再演。2015年山本和智作曲の尺八協奏曲“Roaming liquid for shakuhachi and orchestra”を東京と神戸で世界初演。2016年にはベルギー・Ars Musicaにコンチェルトのソリストとして招請され、武満徹作曲"ノヴェンバー・ステップス"や、Claude Ledouxの新作尺八コンチェルトなどの世界初演が予定されている。
オフィシャルサイト http://www.reisonkuroda.com/


YamazawaKei.JPG(C)進藤綾音山澤 慧(チェロ)
 東京都町田市出身。東京藝術大学音楽学部附属音楽高等学校、同大学を経て、同大学院を修了。大学卒業時に同声会賞受賞、大学院修了時に大学院アカンサス賞受賞。
 第10回ビバホールチェロコンクール第3位。第2回秋吉台音楽コンクールチェロ部門第1位。
 第11回現代音楽演奏コンクール"競楽XI"第1位、第24回朝日現代音楽賞受賞。
 音川健二、藤沢俊樹、河野文昭、西谷牧人、鈴木秀美、山崎伸子の各氏に師事。
チェロアンサンブルXTC、アンサンブル室町、アンサンブル・エクソフォニー・トウキョウ、Tokyo Ensemnable Factoryメンバー。藝大フィルハーモニア首席チェロ奏者、ニューフィルハーモニーオーケストラ千葉契約首席チェロ奏者。






Teruyuki Noda:
[1] [2] Quartetto per shakuhachi, 2 kotos e jushichigen
[3] “Reflection” for shakuhachi, koto and violoncello
[4] Quartet for Japanese Instruments No.3 “Music of Pine”
[5] “Nocturne” for jushichigen solo
[6] Quartet for Japanese Instruments No.2 “Legend”

Hougaku Quartet

〈録音〉MUSICASA, 15 June 2016[Live Recording]



Teruyuki Noda

Biography
1940 Born in Mie Prefecture.
1959 Began studying at Tokyo University of the Arts
1963 The 1st Prize in the Japan Music Competition.
While a student there, he made his debut in a commemorative work commissioned by the Ohara Museum of Art, and a work commissioned by the Japan Philharmonic Series and other compositions.
1967 Taught at, and graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate course.
1968 Excellence Award for the 100th anniversary of the Municipality of Tokyo.
1970 Music for EXPO'70 in Osaka.
1974 The Radiotelevisione Italiana Prize.
Organized the "Shin-shin-kai", a society of composers, which he chaired for 10 years.
1977 The Otaka Prize and the first prize in the Japan Art Festival.
2000 Organized the "21 Century Music Association", a society of composers, and became honorary adviser.
2001 Appointed vice-president of Tokyo University of the Arts
2008 Plans to retire.
Presently, Professor Emeritus at Tokyo University of the Arts
<Principal personal concerts>
1981 Fukuoka: joint concert with The Kyushu Symphony Orchestra / 1983 Kusatsu International Summer Music Academy and Festival / 1986 Organized by Yokohama Education and Culture Center / 1987 Organized by Tokyo Bunka Kaikan / 1988 Organized by Ongaku no tomo sha (Tokyo) / 1989 Brussels / 1989 Commission of the 100th anniversary of Musashino City / 1990 Commission of the 25th anniversary of Mie Television Broadcasting / 1990 Commission of the 50th anniversary of Fujisawa City / 1996 Seoul / 1999 Paris (Noh 'TAKAYAMA UKON') / 2001 Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra / 2001 Osaka, Suntory Music Foundation / 2008 Beijing Olympic Arts Exhibition / 2010 Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra
<International music festivals>
Autumn in Paris, Avignon, Rochelle, New York, Helsinki, Kuhmo, Warsaw, Budapest, Sydney, Brisbane, Hong-Kong, London, Brazil, Holland, Shanghai, etc.


Hougaku Quartet
-Making music for now and the future with traditional Japanese instruments-

A quartet founded in 2011 by four graduates of the Department of Traditional Japanese Music at the Tokyo University of the Arts. (koto, sangen, jushichigen: Noriko Hirata/Yuiko Terai/Hiroyasu Nakajima, shakuhachi: Reison Kuroda).
Based on the concept of “making music for now and the future with traditional Japanese instruments”, the quartet have developed a three-pronged approach to their career: commissioning new works – joint projects with composers to investigate the “now” and “future” of Japanese music, rediscovering major modern Japanese works composed since the 1960s, and performing traditional trios (classical trios for sangen, koto and shakuhachi) which are the bedrock of newer Japanese music.
Composers commissioned to write for the quartet include Takuya Nemoto, Koji Takahashi, Naoyuki Matsumoto, Kazutomo Yamamoto, Akiko Yamane, Shoichi Asai and Takuya Shimizu.
In 2015 the quartet performed “Music of Pine” by Teruyuki Noda for the NHK-FM program “Hougaku no Hitotoki” (Japanese Music Moments).
In addition to giving regular concerts, the quartet continues to widen its repertoire through numerous guest performances and recordings etc.
Official website:  http://hougaku-quartet.com

Koto
Noriko Hirata
Osaka native Noriko Hirata studied from an early age with Fumiko Nagata, and is studying at present with Satomi Fukami. She graduated from the Tokyo University of the Arts Faculty of Music, Department of Traditional Japanese Music. While still a student, Noriko won the Miyagi Award on her graduation she won the Acanthus Music Award and the Doseikai Award, and also has a Miyagikai teaching diploma from the Ikuta School Koto Music. Noriko also won 1st prize in the The Michio Miyagi commemoration contest and the Kenjun Memorial National Koto Competition. She gave a solo performance on the NHK e-tele program “The Arts in Japan – Brilliant Young Artists”, after which she recorded the theme tune to that same program and played incidental music for an NHK Radio1 New Sunday Masterpiece Drama. Noriko has participated in highly acclaimed concerts in Japanese cultural centers and concert halls in Germany, Slovenia, Swizerland and Italy. Her recordings include “Satomi Fukami Nikyoku Isso” and “harmonia ensemble Ballades to the Earth”. She has performed solo koto works at the Asia Composers League International Festival, organized by The Japan Federation of Composers Inc. (JFC), at the 10th IFCM World Symposium on Choral Music and at composer group meetings and soirees, has showcased Japanese compositions in numerous countries, thus gaining the confidence of the composers, and undertakes wide ranging activities to promote the attraction and musicality of Japanese musical instruments.

Koto
Yuiko Terai
Fukushima native Yuiko Terai began studying Ikuta school koto works with Kyoko Sato at the age of three, and subsequently continued her studies with Yuko Endo and Chiaki Endo. She is a graduate of the Department of Traditional Japanese Music at the Tokyo University of the Arts. While still a student she won the Miyagi Award and the Doseikai Award.
Yuiko then completed a Master’s Degree at the same university, and appeared as soloist at the 23rd National Cultural Festival Ibaraki 2008 Japanese music festival.
She also appeared at the 11th Asia Arts Festival which took place in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Yuiko completed the 55th NHK traditional Japanese music training program "Hougaku Ginousha Ikuseikai", and was the leader at the graduation concert. She won 2nd prize at the 17th Kenjun Memorial National Koto Competition, won the Fukuoka Prefectural Governor’s Award, and passed the NHK Japanese Traditional Music Audition.
After her post-graduate degree, Yuiko gave a concert in Fukushima, and since 2015 she has organized performances for her students in Tokyo. She has appeared in programs such as “Hougaku no Hitotoki” (Japanese Music Moments) and “Hougaku Hyakuban” on NHK-FM.
Yuiko also gives for families with pre-school children to help people feel closer to Japanese music and to bring it to children.
In addition to her teaching activities in Tokyo and Fukushima, Yuiko organizes koto workshops in Katsushika Ward (Tokyo), and works hard to disseminate Japanese music.
Yuiko is an instructor at the Miyagi School of the Ikuta-ryu. She is also a member of the Japan Sankyoku Association, Morinokai, Myoyukai, and the Fukushima Prefecture Sankyoku Federation.

Koto
Hiroyasu Nakajima
Ibaraki native Hiroyasu Nakajima studied with Gareiyoh Higuchi and Yuka Hamane. He studied at the Music High School attached to The Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, and subsequently went on to graduate from that university. At the time of his graduation he took part in a command performance at the Toka Music Hall in the Imperial Palace. He won the Debut Prize at the 38th Ibaraki Prefecture Debut Concert, the top prize in the Japanese music section of the 25th Young Performers Competition, the Kenjun Prize at the Kenjun Memorial National Koto Competition, and the top prize at the 2nd Hidenori Tone Traditional Japanese instruments contest. In 2013 and 2016, he gave solo performances on the NHK e-tele program “The Arts in Japan – Brilliant Young Artists”, and on the NHK-FM program “Hougaku no Hitotoki” (Japanese Music Moments).
Recordings by Hiroyasu Nakajima include the following CDs: “Kinue Nakase Sings with the Koto”, “Minao Shibata and his era vol.2”, and “Aiko Kori Sings the Colors of the Four Seasons – The World of Atsushi Gunji”. His interest lies in the power of the koto, not limiting himself to traditional music but performing contemporary works, commissioning and playing new pieces. The 1st Hiroyasu Nakajima recital, “Idomu”, will take place at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan in October 2016.
Hiroyasu Nakajima is a member of the Seiha Hougaku-Kai (under the pseudonym of Masahiro Nakajima), THE Japan Sankyoku Association, Mori-no-Kai, the Doseikai (Ibaraki Branch), the Hougaku Quartet and Ensemble Muromachi.

Shakuhachi
Reison Kuroda
Tokyo native Reison Kuroda began studying the piano at an early age, and switched to the shakuhachi when he was twenty years old, on hearing “November Steps” by Toru Takemitsu. He studied with Reibo Aoki, a Living National Treasure, and with Shoji Aoki. After graduating from the School of Human Sciences at Waseda University, Reison went on to complete under-graduate and graduate degrees in the Department of Traditional Japanese Music at the Tokyo University of the Arts.
He passed the NHK Japanese Traditional Music Audition, and has appeared on the NHK-FM program “Hougaku no Hitotoki” (Japanese Music Moments). He won 1st prize in the Hidenori Tone Traditional Japanese Instruments Contest, and has appeared on the NHK e-tele program “The Arts in Japan – Brilliant Young Artists”.
Reison has premiered of numerous works as a member of Ensemble Muromachi (winner of the 13th Saji Keizo Prize) and of the Hougaku Quartet, which as appeared on the NHK-FM program “Hougaku no Hitotoki” (Japanese Music Moments).
He recorded the CAPCOM CD “O-kami Gojuu-no-onchou”, and in addition has recorded numerous sound tracks for radio and television.
In 2014, Reison took part in the Baekje Cultural Festival as soloist in “Ryu”, a concerto for shakuhachi composed in 1988 by the Korean composer Park Bum-Hoon, a performance which was subsequently repeated in Gongju. In 2015 he premiered a shakuhachi concerto entitled “Roaming Liquid for Shakuhachi and Orchestra”, by Kazutomo Yamamoto, in Tokyo and Kobe. In 2016, Reison has been invited as a concerto soloist to the Ars Musica festival in Belgium, at which he will perform “November Steps” by Toru Takemitsu, and give the world premiere of a new shakuhachi concerto by Claude Ledoux.
Reison has appeared with Ensemble Nomad and the Composers Association "KAN”, and is determined to pursue the unlimited possibilities of the shakuhachi and its role in the contemporary world by commissioning new works from composers of his own generation.
He is a member of Reibokai, the Japan Sankyoku Association, the Adachi Ward Sankyoku Association, and the Bunkyo Ward Sankyoku Association.
Official website: http://www.reisonkuroda.com/


Cello (guest appearance)
Kei Yamazawa
Born in Machida, Tokyo, Kei Yamazawa attended The Music High School attached to The Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, and subsequently went on to complete under-graduate and graduate studies at the same university. On graduating he received the Doseikai Award, and on completion of his post-graduate degree he won the Acanthus Music Award. He was awarded 3rd prize in the VIVAHALL Cello Competition, 1st prize in the cello section of the 2nd Music Competition Akiyoshidai, 1st prize in“Kyogaku XI” the 11th Contemporary Music Performance Competition, and was also given the 24th Asahi Contemporary Music Award.
Kei studied with Kenji Otogawa, Toshiki Fujisawa, Fumiaki Kono, Makito Nishiya, Hidemi Suzuki, and Nobuko Yamazaki.
He is a member of Cello Ensemble XTC, Ensemble Muromachi, Ensemble Exophonie Tokyo, Tokyo Ensemnable Factory, is principal cellist of the Geidai Philharmonia, and contracted principal cellist of the New Philharmonic Orchestra Chiba.