Poème op. 39 from the Idyll At Twilight 費畢希 詩曲 田園曲 大提琴加鋼琴 朔特版
波希米亞作曲家茲德涅克-菲比希（1850-1900 年）的聲譽一直被貝德里奇-斯美塔那和安東寧-德沃夏克所掩蓋。這實在令人遺憾，因為菲比希雖然英年早逝，卻以其廣泛的創作範圍為新興的捷克民族風格做出了同樣重要的貢獻。菲比希的第一位老師是他的母親，在開始學習鋼琴之後，這個男孩進入布拉格的音樂學校，然後進入萊比錫音樂學院，在那裡他學到了作曲家的技藝。他在巴黎教了幾個月鋼琴，然後在曼海姆師從文岑茲-拉赫納（Vinzenz Lachner）繼續深造。布拉格最終成為了菲比希的音樂活動中心：由於他在音樂學院任職的夢想仍未實現，他的主要工作是提供私人音樂課程，而作為作曲家，茲德涅克-菲比希創作了多種音樂類型的作品：聲樂和室內樂、鋼琴曲和管弦樂作品、歌劇、舞臺音樂和情節劇、帶有管弦樂伴奏的文學獨奏會，他為這些作品注入了新的活力。在 1892-98 年創作的作品集《心情、印象和回憶》Op.41 中的 376 首鋼琴曲中可以找到他的傳記痕跡：該作品集以 "鋼琴日記 "的形式講述了他對學生阿涅斯卡-舒爾佐娃的愛。這四卷作品經常成為其他作品的素材來源，如 1893 年創作的交響詩《傍晚》作品 39（又名《夏日的傍晚》和《黃昏》）。在這首 "田園詩 "的第二主題中，菲比希使用了第 139 號小品，題為 "慢板"。139 號小品，題為 "Lento"。小提琴家揚-庫貝利克（Jan Kubelík）從 1908 年起以 "詩 "為題演奏了這一旋律，時至今日，這部作品仍以 "詩 "為名：其輕鬆愉悅的魅力使其成為古典曲目中最受歡迎的曲調。本曲目以管弦樂版本為基礎，在此基礎上改編了前奏曲的其他素材"
作曲家: Fibich, Zdenek
校訂者: Birtel, Wolfgang
樂器: cello and piano
出版社: Schott Music
The reputation of the Bohemian composer Zdenek Fibich (1850-1900) has always been somewhat overshadowed by that of Bedrich Smetana and Antonín Dvorák. This is a pity, for Fibich, though he died young, made an equally important contribution to the emerging Czech national styl with his wide range of compositions. After starting piano lessons with his mother as his first teacher, the boy went on to music school in Prague and then to the Leipzig Conservatoire, where he learned his craft as a composer. He spent a few months teaching piano in Paris and then continued his studies with Vinzenz Lachner in Mannheim. Prague was eventually to become the centre for Fibich's musical activities: as his dream of a post at the Conservatoire remained unfulfilled, his main employment was giving private music lessons and as a composer Zdenek Fibich wrote works for many musical genres: vocal and chamber music, piano pieces and orchestral works, operas, stage music and melodramas, literary recitals with orchestral accompaniment to which he gave a new lease of life. There are biographical traces to be found in the 376 piano pieces of the collection 'Moods, Impressions and Reminiscences' Op. 41, written in 1892-98: this tells of his love for his pupil Anezka Schulzová in the form of a 'piano diary'. Its four volumes were frequently a source of material for other works, such as the symphonic poem 'In the Evening' Op. 39 (also known as 'A Summer's Evening' and 'At Twilight'), written in 1893. For his second subject in this 'Idyll' Fibich used the minature no. 139, entitled 'Lento', from his collection of piano pieces. The violinst Jan Kubelík played the melody from 1908 onwards with the title 'Poème', and the work is still known today under this title: its easy charm has made it a favourite tune in the classical repertoire. This arrangement is based on the orchestral version from which other material was adapted for the Prelude.