Takako Nishizaki Plays Suzuki Evergreens, Vol. 1

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  • Release Date: 5/25/2010
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 747313237876
  • Catalog Number: 8572378
  • Sales rank: 180,105

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Lightly Row - Traditional & Takako Nishizaki (0:37)
  2. 2 Song of the Wind - Traditional & Takako Nishizaki (0:34)
  3. 3 Go Tell Aunt Rhody - Traditional & Takako Nishizaki (0:32)
  4. 4 O Come Little Children (Ihr Kinderlein kommet) - Traditional & Christmas Traditional (0:32)
  5. 5 May Song - Traditional & Atsuko Suzuki (0:54)
  6. 6 Long, long ago - Thomas Haynes Bayly & Takako Nishizaki (0:44)
  7. 7 Allegro for violin - Shinichi Suzuki & Takako Nishizaki (0:36)
  8. 8 Suite for keyboard in G minor, BWV 822 (BC L168): Minuet No. 1 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Takako Nishizaki (1:15)
  9. 9 Suite for keyboard in G minor, BWV 822 (BC L168): Minuet No. 1 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Robert Hill (0:40)
  10. 10 Minuet for keyboard No. 7 in G major (AMN II/7; doubtful), BWV Anh. 116 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Takako Nishizaki (1:59)
  11. 11 Minuet for keyboard No. 7 in G major (AMN II/7; doubtful), BWV Anh. 116 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Terence Dennis (2:01)
  12. 12 Minuet, for keyboard No. 1 in G major (Anna Magdalena Notebook II/1), BWV Anh. 114 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Christian Pezold (1:38)
  13. 13 Minuet, for keyboard No. 1 in G major (Anna Magdalena Notebook II/1), BWV Anh. 114 - Johann Sebastian Bach & Christian Pezold (1:39)
  14. 14 Album für die Jugend (Album for the Young) for piano, Op. 68: The Happy Farmer - Robert Schumann & Takako Nishizaki (0:45)
  15. 15 Album für die Jugend (Album for the Young) for piano, Op. 68: The Happy Farmer - Robert Schumann & Rico Gulda (0:47)
  16. 16 Gavotte, for flute & harp - François-Joseph Gossec & Takako Nishizaki (2:39)
  17. 17 Judas Maccabaeus, oratorio, HWV 63: Chorus - George Frideric Handel & Takako Nishizaki (0:57)
  18. 18 Judas Maccabaeus, oratorio, HWV 63: Chorus - George Frideric Handel & Budapest Chorus (2:48)
  19. 19 English Suite, for keyboard No. 3 in G minor, BWV 808 (BC L15): Musette - Johann Sebastian Bach & Takako Nishizaki (1:12)
  20. 20 English Suite, for keyboard No. 3 in G minor, BWV 808 (BC L15): Musette - Johann Sebastian Bach & Terence Dennis (0:57)
  21. 21 Der Freischütz, opera, J. 277 (Op. 77): Hunters' Chorus - Carl Maria von Weber & Takako Nishizaki (1:01)
  22. 22 Der Freischütz, opera, J. 277 (Op. 77): Huntsmen's Chorus - Carl Maria von Weber & Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra (2:41)
  23. 23 Waltz for piano, 4 hands in A flat major, Op. 39/15 - Johannes Brahms & Takako Nishizaki (1:59)
  24. 24 Waltz for piano, 4 hands in A flat major, Op. 39/15 - Johannes Brahms & Christian Kohn (1:47)
  25. 25 Work(s): Bourrée - George Frideric Handel & Takako Nishizaki (1:41)
  26. 26 Die beiden Grenadiere ("Nach Frankreich zogen zwei Grenadier"), song for voice & piano, Op. 49/1 - Robert Schumann & Takako Nishizaki (1:29)
  27. 27 Die beiden Grenadiere ("Nach Frankreich zogen zwei Grenadier"), song for voice & piano, Op. 49/1 - Robert Schumann & Ulf Bastlein (3:15)
  28. 28 Le streghe, variations for violin & orchestra in E flat major, Op. 8, MS 19: Theme - Niccolò Paganini & Takako Nishizaki (0:49)
  29. 29 Mignon, opera in 3 acts: Gavotte - Ambroise Thomas & Takako Nishizaki (1:58)
  30. 30 Work(s): Gavotte - Jean-Baptiste Lully & Takako Nishizaki (1:43)
  31. 31 Minuet for piano in G major, WoO 10/2 - Ludwig van Beethoven & Takako Nishizaki (2:23)
  32. 32 Minuet for piano in G major, WoO 10/2 - Ludwig van Beethoven & Terence Dennis (2:22)
  33. 33 String Quintet for 2 violins, viola & 2 cellos in E major, G. 275 (Op. 11/5): Minuet - Luigi Boccherini & Takako Nishizaki (3:30)
  34. 34 String Quintet for 2 violins, viola & 2 cellos in E major, G. 275 (Op. 11/5): Minuet - Luigi Boccherini & Danubius String Quartet (3:31)
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Volume 1 of a promising series highlighting the Suzuki method

    Takako Nishizaki was the very first graduate of the Suzuki course. She was helped along, in large part, by her father, Shinji, and was 9 years when she received her teacher's diploma. Shinji Nishizaki worked closely with Shinichi Suzuki, founder of the Suzuki method. By the age of 10, Takako Nishizaki had performed with the likes of Isaac Stern, and Sir Malcolm Sargent. So, I think it's safe to say that Takako Nishizaki is an excellent choice to record this series of exercises and popular classical works which are very familiar to students of string instruments.

    Volume 1 begins with rudimentary pieces designed to help students understand changes in rhythm, develop proper bowing technique, and become familiar with finger placement. Standards such as Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Lightly Row, and May Song are performed as beginning works, and are given straightforward performances. From there, Nishizaki plays classical works with familiar melodies. Minuets by Bach, Beethoven, and Boccherini bookend works by many other famous composers. The first disc in the series feature pieces for violin and piano only, and accompaniment is expertly played by Terence Dennis, and Sarah Watkins. The booklet contains intelligent liner notes, and many black and white pictures of the Nishizakis, and Suzuki himself.

    This series would be a great choice for any student, current or former, of violin, viola, cello, etc. Volume 1 is the logical choice for beginning students.

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