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  • CD (19 avril 1994)
  • Nombre de disques: 3
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0000028NY
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Disque : 1
1. Sonata No. 15 In D Major, Op. 28 'Pastorale': I. Allegro
2. Sonata No. 15 In D Major, Op. 28 'Pastorale': II. Andante
3. Sonata No. 15 In D Major, Op. 28 'Pastorale': III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace
4. Sonata No. 15 In D Major, Op. 28 'Pastorale': IV. Rondo. Allegro, ma non troppo
5. Sonata No. 23 In F Minor, Op. 57 'Appassionata': I. Allegro assai
6. Sonata No. 23 In F Minor, Op. 57 'Appassionata': II. Andante con moto - attacca
Voir les 7 titres de ce disque
Disque : 2
1. Sonata No. 16 In G Major, Op. 31 No. 1: I. Allegro vivace
2. Sonata No. 16 In G Major, Op. 31 No. 1: II. Adagio grazioso
3. Sonata No. 16 In G Major, Op. 31 No. 1: III. Rondo. Allegretto
4. Sonata No. 17 In D Minor, Op. 31 No. 2 'The Tempest': I. Largo - Allegro
5. Sonata No. 17 In D Minor, Op. 31 No. 2 'The Tempest': II. Adagio
6. Sonata No. 17 In D Minor, Op. 31 No. 2 'The Tempest': III. Allegretto
Voir les 10 titres de ce disque
Disque : 3
1. Sonata No. 30 In E Major, Op. 109: I.Vivace, ma non troppo
2. Sonata No. 30 In E Major, Op. 109: II. Prestissimo
3. Sonata No. 30 In E Major, Op. 109: III. Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo
4. Sonata No. 31 In A-Flat Major, Op. 110: I. Moderato cantabile molt expressivo
5. Sonata No. 31 In A-Flat Major, Op. 110: II. Allegro molto
6. Sonata No. 31 In A-Flat Major, Op. 110: III. Adagio, ma non troppo -- Fuga. Allegro, ma non troppo
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Format: CD
Glenn Gould joua Beethoven comme il joua Bach, sans souci des tempos et le tout sans pédale ni légato comme sur un clavecin.
Le maître aurait il apprécié ou Gould aurait il été vistime d'une de ses légendaires colères ?
Sérieusement les interprétations ici gravées choquent moins qu'avec les sonates de jeunesse.
La sonates 23 est transformée avec une irréverence qui à du faire bondir Sviatoslav Richter et les 30/31/32 méritent que l'on s'y attardent.
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Gould loves Beethoven 15 mai 2008
Par David Gillett - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I just returned this CD set to the library; it was like saying goodbye to a dear friend. Other reviewers comment on Gould's irreverence. He isn't irreverent to Beethoven, but to the accumulated weight of two centuries of performance tradition. His approach is direct: just play the notes and let them guide you to an interpretation. Listening to other pianists play the same material is painful "Why slow down here? Why that sudden dynamic change?" Their "interpretations" seem fussy and intrusive.

The first movement of the Appassionata is the most obvious. I laughed through it the first time. All the drama is removed: a slap in the face to traditional interpretation. As I listened again and again, the somber magnificence of Beethoven's genius emerged. Gould explores every note and lets it speak. He never short-changes a passage to achieve an effect.

In his late sonatas, Beethoven became more contrapuntal. Gould shines in these movements, allowing the great fugues to build from their own internal strength, revealing the architecture.

I imagine Beethoven listening (if he somehow could) to these performances and saying (in German), "Of course! How else would you play it?"
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simply the funniest 24 septembre 2003
Par Skyburial - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My perfect antidote to any form of depression: The irreverent side of Glenn Gould, deconstructing the hallowed Appassionata sonata, showing that the emperor, in this case, was without clothes.
The whole record is perceptive, revealing new insights (and opinions) on Beethoven`s music. But it is not a representative Beethoven piano recording, and should be supplemented with one of the many excellent "correct" recordings that exist - Alfred Brendel is but one example.
This is for those who appreciate Gould`s unique and always fresh way of making music come alive and speak to you. Enjoy!
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No-one knows how Beethoven played his own sonatas so NO-ONE has the right to say Gould's playing them the wrong way. 13 janvier 2012
Par Antony Nash - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Beethoven was a composer who amazed, shocked, perplexed and caused a lot of scratching of heads in his day. Then, over the course of time, his music was painted over with accumulating layers of performance "tradition" as people got used to 'their' idea of Beethoven, to a form of Beethoven that was comfortable, that "made sense". After enough time has passed no-one remembers how this music must have sounded when it was first heard. Now I'm not saying that Glenn Gould has got it "right" but NO-ONE knows how Beethoven played his own sonatas so NO-ONE has the right to say Gould's playing them the "wrong way". I can't find it hard to imagine that Beethoven himself would have played his works with the same kind of unexpected simplicity, and at times, eccentricity that I find irresistible in Gould's performances. Beethoven was no "traditional" anything. So let's not assume we know how his works "should" be played and just listen to these performances with an open mind, a mind open to the understanding that genius can be expressed in many ways but it will NEVER look or sound or even feel like anything we've experienced before. THAT'S what makes it genius.

For anyone willing to experience it, these performances contain many, to me, sublime moments of transcendence where I feel as though, through Gould's hands, Beethoven's music has transported me somewhere "more Beethoven" than I've ever been before. The second movement of the Op. 57 Appassionata Sonata is such a moment. It feels as though Beethoven is right there speaking to me with his own words. Playing this simple and direct yields wonders. Op. 78, 'À Thérèse' offers much playfulness and moments of sheer heart wrenching beauty, passages sing out in ways I have never heard under other fingers. To me the true revolutionary, profound and perplexing energy that I perceive Beethoven to have embodied leaps out of these sonatas whether it sounds "right" or not it never sounds boring or uninspired. Gould does everything he does for a reason, because it feels true to him. That's all we can ask of any artist.
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Gould swings between arbitrary and inspired 23 novembre 2008
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Although the first word that comes to mind with Glenn Gould's name is Bach, he didn't bring baroque sensibilities to romatnic composers. His Beethoven obeys no authority but his own, and as a result Gould's readings are often high-wire acts. The trudging first movement of the Appassionata is a fall from grace, and you have to avert your ears. But he brings fresh vitality in many other places. I like the unpredictable originality in Gould's Op. 109, 110, and 111 -- it takes a free-wheeling mind to recreate Beethoven's free-wheeling invention.

Yet Gould is also enjoyably vivacious in "easy" sonatas like the Pastorale and the Op. 31 group, where he's never outrageous and is often perfeclty balanced. Even when a movement runs off track, you sense the pianist's excitement and good humor; he's not simply being a bad boy. The apoplectic one-star ranters should have started there instead of with the Appassionata (or maybe they groove on outrage). I don't think Gould plays for insight, however -- he just insists on responding the way he responds, like Beethoven himself. Mikhail Pletnev is Gould's spiritual descendant, although the Russian is quirkier still, since he often changes tempo several times in a few bars and jumps around on the griddle with more sizzle.

In any event, there's a way to hear these recordings as "genuine" Beethoven, not simply a barrel of monkeys. If I want to go ballistic, it's Gould's Mozart that I would pick, not his surprisingly sympathetic Beethoven.

P.S. -- Columbia didn't always give Gould the best sonics, but almost every sonata here is in realistic, easy-to-listen-to sound.
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GET GOULD's BEETHOVEN!... 23 mai 2006
Par A Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
GG does something with Beethoven: the voicing, the phrasing, the accents--all brilliantly insightful and ingenious. Not to mention GG's miraculous digital ability: he had skills like no other: he does things because he COULD do things. You see?

The Opp. 31s are great; but the real treat is the last great three sonatas Opp. 109-11. I have Pollini; I have Kempff--whom I usually prefer to anyone with Beethoven; still, Gould beats them all here. I just keep listening to GG's Opp. 109-11 over and over again. Each hearing reveals new exquisitenesses.

Also, the Appassionata here is read in a similar fashion to GG's realization of the HammerKalvier: magnificent. You have to put down your tired old prejudices, and come to the work of Art as an unique phenomenon. Understand?!
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