7:39 Ecouter Acheter : EUR 1,09 Dans le Panier MP3 Voir le Panier MP3 Vendu par Amazon Digital UK Limited. Er handelt von der komplizierten Beziehung der Cellistin Jacqueline du Pré zu ihrer Schwester Hilary. [21] At the 1977 BRIT Awards, she won the award for the best classical soloist album of the past 25 years for Elgar's Cello Concerto. 281–282. Jacqueline du Pré rencontra le pianiste Daniel Barenboim à Noël 1966. [11] The memoir's actual description of events is ambiguous, and describes Jacqueline's sudden request for sexual "therapy sessions" as occurring within a period of extreme mental depression. Her performance of the concerto proved so popular that she returned three years in succession to perform the work. Although du Pré’s playing career was cut short by illness, she is regarded as one of the 20th century’s greatest cellists. She performed with the 1673 Stradivarius from 1961 until 1964, when she acquired the Davidov. Others, such as Christopher Nupen, took a different view, holding that Jacqueline's struggle with multiple sclerosis was more complex, with long periods of sustained normality even to the very end. 68–69. Du Pré … Derek du Pré, der Vater, arbeitete zunächst als Bankangestellter und stieg schließlich zum Herausgeber des Handelsblattes „The Accountant“ auf. Hilary claims that she was helping her sister through her depression. Jacqueline du Pré joua le concerto d'Elgar lors de son premier concert aux États-Unis, le 14 mai 1965 au Carnegie Hall[2]. Both the book and film adaptation have been criticised for sensationalising Jacqueline du Pré's personal life, although the general claim of an affair was supported by others. Du Pré became a favourite at the Proms, returning every year until 1969. After her death, a rose cultivar named after her received the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. [12] The director, Anand Tucker, defends the film's portrayal of an affair by arguing that extant alternatives amount to canonisation or hagiography, and that he was "deeply moved [by] Hilary's sacrifice". After the Paris début, du Pré enrolled at the Conservatoire de Paris to study for six months with Paul Tortelier, the tuition paid by her final Suggia Award stipend, although she continued to refer to Pleeth as her primary teacher.[2]:pp. At the age of four du Pré is said to have heard the sound of the cello on the radio and asked her mother for "one of those". In 1960, she won the Gold Medal of the Guildhall School of Music in London and the Queen's Prize for British musicians. [16], Writing in The Guardian, however, Hilary defended the film's depiction of events and her sister's personality, arguing that it accurately portrayed her darker side, the "MS side"; and in The New Yorker she argued that detractors simply "want to look only at the pieces of Jackie's life they [are ready to] accept". The Jackie I knew and loved died years before her actual death in 1987, but to be truthful I had to show the MS side of her". En passant une commande, vous acceptez nos conditions d'utilisation. She was the subject of the 1998 biographical film, Hilary and Jackie, which attracted criticism for perceived inaccuracy and sensationalism. Du Pré was born in Oxford, England, the second child of Iris Greep and Derek du Pré. 3 in A, Op. For her general education, du Pré was enrolled first at Commonweal Lodge, a former independent school for girls in Purley, and then at the age of eight, transferred to Croydon High School, an independent day school for girls in South Croydon.[2]:p. 1 / No. [22] She was made an honorary fellow of St Hilda's College, Oxford, whose music building bears her name. 1. As she had lost sensation in her fingers, she had to coordinate her fingering visually. In 1971, du Pré's playing declined as she began to lose sensitivity in her fingers and other parts of her body. The memoir's content in general remains factually unsupported and disputed, and contains significant omissions. Du Pré primarily played on two Stradivarius cellos, one from 1673 and the Davidov Stradivarius of 1712. For her January tour of North America, some of the less-than-complimentary reviews were an indication that her condition had worsened except for brief moments when her playing was without noticeable problems. At her 3 September 1964 Prom Concert, she performed the Elgar concerto as well as the world premiere of Priaulx Rainier's Cello Concerto. 50 The Suggia award paid for du Pré's tuition at the Guildhall School of Music in London, and for private lessons with the celebrated cellist William Pleeth. 06. 1. In 1965, at age 20, du Pré recorded the Elgar Concerto for EMI with the London Symphony Orchestra and Sir John Barbirolli, which brought her international recognition. 5 in D, Op. ", "István Várdai receives 'Du Pré-Harrell' Stradivarius cello on extended loan", "Film: One Sister's Betrayal of Memory, and of Art", "Music world in discord as film depicts du Pre the icon as selfish seductress", "The Truth About Our Wonderful Sister Jackie", "Jacqueline Du Pré's life inspires new Royal Ballet production", "More than one bravo for gifted late cellist Strauss: Du Pre's recording of 'Don Quixote' is a happy accident", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jacqueline_du_Pré&oldid=990052052, Alumni of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Officers of the Order of the British Empire, Pages containing London Gazette template with parameter supp set to y, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2009, Wikipedia articles with BIBSYS identifiers, Wikipedia articles with CINII identifiers, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Concerto for Cello and Orchestra / Songs of Farewell, for Double Chorus and Orchestra / A Song Before Sunrise, Cello Sonatas No. Jacqueline du Pré est une violoncelliste britannique d'origine jersiaise née le 26 janvier 1945 à Oxford et morte le 19 octobre 1987 à Londres. From 1969 to 1970 she (like Casals before her) played on a Francesco Goffriller cello, and in 1970 acquired a modern instrument from the Philadelphia violin maker Sergio Peresson. Jacqueline was performed by Marnie Breckinridge (Soprano) and the Cello was performed by Matt Haimovitz. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in October 1973. The film adaptation contains factually incorrect elements and diverges from the book's account of events, portraying Jacqueline as being predatory and actively planning to seduce her sister's husband. 44–46, From an early age, du Pré was entering and winning local music competitions alongside her sister, flautist Hilary du Pré.

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