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Bach, J.S.: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier II (2 CDs)
 
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Bach, J.S.: Das Wohltemperierte Klavier II (2 CDs)

21 mai 1996 | Format : MP3

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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 25 octobre 1990
  • Date de sortie: 21 mai 1996
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Universal Music Division Classics Jazz
  • Copyright: (C) 1987 Decca Music Group Limited
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  • Durée totale: 2:23:51
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  • ASIN: B0025BI52M
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client

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Avant d'arrêter mon choix sur cet enregistrement, j'ai écouté de nombreuses interprétations du Clavier Bien Tempéré. Les références que sont les versions de Fischer, Richter, Gulda ne m'ont pas totalement convaincu. Certes la version d'Andras Schiff n'a pas la même notoriété que les versions précitées, mais elle mérite d'être redécouverte. Avec un toucher lumineux, des basses profondes, des tempi judicieux, le pianiste hongrois donne l'interprétation la plus naturelle et équilibrée que je connaisse. J'ai lu quelque part qu'Andras Schiff respire la musique de Bach. C'est mon sentiment à l'écoute de cet album.
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HASH(0x8c432ba0) étoiles sur 5 Very different in compositional charater - GREAT playing 10 juillet 2002
Par Craig Matteson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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WTC book II is a very different set of pieces than the first book. The pieces are less compositionally tied together and are actually more interesting individual compositions, I think. But the WHOLE of the book is somewhat less than WTC I.
But who wants to hear all of the preludes and fugues in a sequence anyway? They were certainly never written to be performed that way. But they are a joy to listen to and an even greater joy to play.
This recording is more than very excellent. Schiff's playing is thoughtful, wonderfully voiced, sonorous, and emotionally correct. He never indulges in idiosyncracies to pretend to individuality. Instead, he reaches into the well of his deep musicality and gathers all the resources he needs to make these performances his own without having to resort to musical body piercings or tattoos.
You would do very well to have this and the recording of WTC I in your collection.
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HASH(0x8c43f630) étoiles sur 5 Strong Bach playing from a strong pianist 5 mars 2005
Par klavierspiel - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Despite his wide-ranging repertory, Andras Schiff has established himself as something of a Bach specialist. Bach's second collection of twenty-four preludes and fugues in all major and minor keys was composed (and compiled) two decades after the first; although just as masterful in its composition it overall makes for a somewhat less satisfying total listening experience than the first set, primarily because of a certain sameness of tempo and mood that sets in around the F-sharp minor (which in itself is a lovely piece, often played separately), no. 14, and lasts until the A major, no. 19. It is precisely in some of these that one senses a certain overemphatic underlining, a straining for effect that suggests Schiff feels this way as well. The staccato treatment of the A-flat major Fugue, no. 17, a la Gould and the attempt to impose a forceful final climax on the succeeding fugue are cases in point. Nevertheless, as others have pointed out, these pieces were probably never meant by Bach to be performed or heard as a set. For every idea of Schiff's that doesn't quite work, there are many that do--his grasp of the knotty technical and structural problems of the B-flat minor Fugue, for example, is most impressive. The individual listener can easily listen to Schiff's interpretations that match his tastes and skip over those that don't. Though I myself secretly find the old Joerg Demus reading, incorrect ornaments and all, the most satisfying of all of the WTCs on piano, and of course pay homage to Gould's incomparable technical mastery, Schiff's WTC is one modern recording that I return to frequently.
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Par John Denver - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've never heard such delicate and beautiful playing of Bach's Well Tempered Clavier such as this. Schiff coaxes the most incredibly sweet sounds out of his piano and gives these works a new dimension. Some of the tempi in the fugues are slower than those of Gould's survey, as indicated by the reviewer below, but his phrasing is so flowing and smooth that it becomes more hypnotic and the listener becomes entranced by it. Add to the fact that the sound is remarkably full with just the right amount of resonance without compromising clarity (compared to Gould's discs which offer impressive crispness but is rather dry in tone) this set is satisfying in every way.
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HASH(0x8c726288) étoiles sur 5 Faultless performances! 15 septembre 2006
Par Hiram Gomez Pardo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Distinguished phrasing, magisterial control and sensitive treatment of the score are some of the most remarkable adjectives around these notable pieces of the second book of this important set.

According the great tradition of the great pianists, Schiff has written his name with golden letters in the musical memory. His approach reveals a sharp and zealous sense of the counterpoint, the smart changes of modulation, polished tune, expressive daintiness, careful phrasing and accurate balance.

The well tempered clavier demands from the player a countless amount of requisites that Schiff owns. His playing is at the meantime, evocative and reflexive, thunderous and lyric, grandeur and éclat, he never abuses of pedal and every little bar fits adequately into the context. Sometimes he makes remind us to Edwin Fisher in which sense of the span concerns, but his magisterial approach reveals an overwhelming accomplishment

Personally, I don' t know about any other sumptuous recording of this emblematic pages.
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HASH(0x8c80c960) étoiles sur 5 A most sensitive and conacientious interpretation of Bach 30 août 2005
Par Daniel R. Moreira - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When listening to Andras Schiff playing the 48, apart from the great pleasure taken from his delicate touch, one can easily perceive how thoughtful he was when choosing his tempo, articulation, ornamentation and, of course, the use of the pedal. A must for those who appreciate the music of Bach played on the modern piano.
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