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Bartok : Concertos pour piano n° 1, 2 &
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Bartok : Concertos pour piano n° 1, 2 &

8 août 1994 | Format : MP3

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Détails sur le produit

  • Date de sortie d'origine : 8 août 1994
  • Date de sortie: 8 août 1994
  • Label: Naxos
  • Copyright: (C) 1994 Naxos
  • Durée totale: 1:17:02
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  • ASIN: B0028HQVTM
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What, only one other review for this CD? 11 avril 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This CD is a very exciting account of all Bartok's 3 concertos for piano. The first two seem to share the most in common in terms of the musical language, and both are of the highest quality in my opinion (I tend to agree with Karl Henzy about the 3rd). Actually, I think the 1st and 2nd are even better than the Concerto for Orchestra, but then I am a piano addict. There is a very raw energy behind all the play between instruments that is quite unlike any other composer. The sudden transitions into formal-sounding counterpoint are very striking, maybe even a bit humorous, although the concertos overall certainly are not. Anyway, easily two of the best piano concertos I own, so don't hesitate to buy this.
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I Gave This FIVE Stars, Not Four! 21 février 2004
Par Jeffrey W. Richman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
(I don't know why Amazon printed my review showing only four stars instead of five! And I hope my apostrophes don't turn into question marks. Why does that happen?)

I've been trying to find a CD that competes with the recordings by Vladimir Ashkenazy and The London Philharmonic (which are admittedly not perfect).

I wish the recordings by Zoltan Kocsis were still available.

This disc, featuring Jeno Jando and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, is very good.

At first I was reluctant to give it five stars because there were several parts which disappointed me, and there are so many other Bartok piano concerto CD's on the market. After buying every one of those other compact discs, this turned out to be the best overall.

The weaknesses I perceived had to do with the balance of the orchestra, specifically on portions of concertos #3 and #1.

I've discovered that if you play this disc at high volume, those weaknesses will be obscured.

Jeno Jando's performance is excellent,
and all three finales are played up-tempo.
That is a rare occurrence.

I disagree with reviewers who don't appreciate Bartok's third concerto. Although it is certainly much lighter and more traditional than the previous two, it is actually my favorite. Composed while Bela Bartok was dying, I like to think that he wrote it with one foot in paradise.
What a delight! These performances are superb 26 mars 2015
Par Mahler fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
What a delight! These performances are superb. The second concerto, which is my favorite, is particularly fine, with a measured tempo in the first movement that allows the motoric rhythms to haunt me obsessively. This set is not just another recording of the concertos; it presents unique interpretations that make life worth living. I ordered my used copy two days ago for 1 penny, and it is already here. It is sad to me that people discard such great music for pennies, but then people like me are the beneficiaries.
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