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Beethoven - Liszt : The complete symphonies

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  • Compositeur: Franz Liszt
  • CD (2 avril 2001)
  • Nombre de disques: 5
  • Label: Hyperion
  • ASIN : B000002ZT9
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Movement 1: adagio molto - allegro con brio
  2. Movement 2: andante cantabile con moto
  3. Movement 3: menuetto. allegro molto e vivace - trio - menuetto da capo
  4. Movement 4: adagio - allegro molto e vivace
  5. Movement 1: allegro con brio
  6. Movement 2: marcia funebre. adagio assai, second version
  7. Movement 3: scherzo. allegro vivace - trio [- scherzo]
  8. Movement 4: finale. allegro molto - poco andante - presto

Disque : 2

  1. Movement 1: adagio molto - allegro con brio
  2. Movement 2: larghetto
  3. Movement 3: scherzo. allegro - trio - scherzo da capo
  4. Movement 4: allegro molto
  5. Movement 1: adagio - allegro vivace
  6. Movement 2: adagio
  7. Movement 3: menuetto. allegro vivace - trio. un poco meno allegro - tempo I - un poco meno allegro -
  8. Movement 4: allegro ma non troppo

Disque : 3

  1. Movement 1: allegro con brio
  2. Movement 2: andante con moto [- più mosso - tempo I
  3. Movement 3: scherzo [- trio - scherzo]
  4. Movement 4: allegro - tempo I [scherzo] - allegro - presto
  5. Movement 1: erwachen heiterer empfindungen bei der ankunft auf dem lande. allegro ma non troppo
  6. Movement 2: szene am bach. andante molto moto
  7. Movement 3: lustiges zusammensein der landleute. allegro 3/4 - allegro 2/4 - da capo [tutto] - tempo
  8. Movement 4: donner - sturm. allegro
  9. Movement 5: hirtengesang 'frohe dankbare gefühle nach dem sturm'. allegretto

Disque : 4

  1. Movement 1: poco sostenuto - vivace
  2. Movement 2: allegretto
  3. Movement 3: presto - assai meno presto - da capo [tutto] - presto - assai meno presto - presto
  4. Movement 4: allegro con brio
  5. Movement 1: allegro vivace e con brio
  6. Movement 2: allegretto scherzando
  7. Movement 3: tempo di menuetto [- trio - menuetto]
  8. Movement 4: allegro vivace

Disque : 5

  1. Movement 1: allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
  2. Movement 2: molto vivace - presto - da capo tutto - coda - presto
  3. Movement 3: adagio molto e cantabile - andante moderato - tempo I - andante moderato - adagio
  4. Movement 4: presto - allegro assai 'ode to joy'

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Par P-P-S TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 7 mai 2013
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Voici enfin l'intégrale des 9 symphonies de beethoven dans la fulgurante version pour piano de F.Liszt dans une interprétation digne de ces deux noms prestigieux ..et L.Howard est sinon un génie ,un très très grand talent....
Ce volume 22 de l'intégrale de la musique pour piano de Liszt est à mon avis un des meilleurs de tous...
Aborder une telle somme pianistique dénote un courage (ou une inconscience...!) hors du commun.... le pianiste prend ces symphonies "à bras le corps" et nous fait rentrer dans un univers très particulier...celui de la transcription géniale ...car géniales elles le sont bien....
Tout d'abord il faut préciser que bien connaître la version originale pour orchestre n'est pas un handicap à l'écoute et au fait d'apprécier grandement de telles transcriptions ....bien au contraire....Liszt a fait preuve d'une telle imagination et d'une telle science dans "la réorchestration pianistique "que l'on se surprend parfois à écouter intérieurement les instruments de l'orchestre Beethovenien de manière surprenante....le talent de L.Howard y est bien sûr pour beaucoup ,et il laisse très loin derrière toutes les autres tentatives de bien des pianistes (et non des moindres) qui s'y sont cassé les dents (ou plutôt les touches...!)...je ne citerai personne pour ne pas paraitre désobligeant...mais nous tenons là un magnifique coffret de 5 cds contenant 356,55 minutes de très grande musique jouée au plus au niveau....2 génies à l'oeuvre...
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HASH(0x98265c48) étoiles sur 5 Comparison between this and other Liszt-Beethoven recordings 20 octobre 2002
Par Daniel Brown - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've wanted this CD set for years and when I got it it was everything I had hoped for.
Leslie Howard, if you don't already know, recorded for Hyperion (among other things) the complete piano works of Liszt, which took 95 CDs worth of music to do. His technique is superhuman.
Being a big fan of Liszt, I own the scores to his piano arrangements of all the Beethoven symphonies. I have since been trying to find good recordings of them and this set is the best I've ever heard. Glenn Gould recorded the 5th and 6th symphonies on piano, but were generally too slow. They are great recordings but not quite what Liszt or Beethoven would have wanted. Cyprien Katsaris has a CD set with all 9 symphonies on piano, but he does not adhere to Liszt's original text. Katsaris changed many parts to better suit his own vision of how it should sound, and I don't think many of his own additions are necessary or good sounding. Naxos has released 4 of the Liszt versions of Beethoven symphonies, but due to how they were recorded many nuances do not come out very well. Also, they are not all played by the same person.
In Howard's set, however, he plays Liszt note-for-note and each one comes out sounding great. He plays with incredible speed which is needed to approach Beethoven's original tempi. Every symphony on here is the best I've ever heard it done on piano, except possibly the first movement of the 5th symphony, which goes to Glenn Gould. I reccomend everyone who likes Beethoven or Liszt or piano music in general to buy these CDs.
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HASH(0x98265d20) étoiles sur 5 A spectacular undertaking 24 septembre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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What a piece of work this is. First Beethoven composes these 9 magnificent symphonies, then Liszt decides to transcribe all 9 from massed orchestral arrangements down to solo piano pieces, and finally Leslie Howard in this case gives us his interpretations of Liszt's interpretations of Beethoven's intentions. With this kind of chain of consequences you would be justified in anticipating something got lost along the way. And you would be right. On the one hand there are some dynamics and thrilling combinations of sounds only an orchestra can produce which do require many different instruments - you can never reproduce the timbre of a flute or cello on a piano. On the other hand strip away the, let's be honest, sluggishness of many large orchestras and the hiding of detail which occurs when less than perfect timing is maintained. Here, we hear these symphonies pared down and exposed as never before. The arrangements are quite analytical in places and reveal completely unexpected dividends. Many times I have listened to one of these and then jumped to the corresponding orchestral version in my collection, simply to check if something I heard was also present in the larger scale work. And so far I haven't been disappointed - new aspects of the works continue to come to my attention time after time. I just hadn't been aware of them before. These aren't better or worse than the full orchestral versions. They are simply different. Sometimes I choose to listen to one, sometimes to the other. All I can say is thank goodness for Beethoven, thank goodness for Liszt, and certainly thank goodness for a pianist with the sure touch of Leslie Howard to execute these tremendous pieces in such a confident and caring manner. Strongly recommended.
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HASH(0x98265f78) étoiles sur 5 (+) Pianistically Polite and Poised Beethoven Symphonies 15 décembre 2009
Par C. Pontus T. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Since I acquired Leslie Howard's complete Liszt Waltzes in the early 1990s, I have been very humble about his uncommon dedication to the piano works of the second-greatest piano composer. Some instalments have attained true greatness; others have been mostly valuable from a quantitative collection rather than qualitative pianism point of view.

These complete Beethoven Symphonies transcriptions certainly represent no mean achievement. They are all delivered with impeccable taste and poise, if not with quite as much passion or energy. Howard's approach to Beethoven's masterworks essentially lies within the romantic tradition. However, next to Katsaris's earth-shatter, Howard inescapably sounds a trifle tame and reserved. Even if this reviewer far prefers this to the post-period ideal favoured by Scherbakov, the latter is the more pianistically memorable.

'This really is a pretty phenomenal achievement. I urge Lisztians to hear it, and even those who collect the proper versions of the Beethoven Symphonies - it is a marvellous way of hearing them afresh.' Even though I largely agree with the Gramophone reviewer, I would rather transfer these words to Howard's riveting rendition of Liszt's transcription of Symphonie fantastique--as his Beethoven Symphonies ultimately are unnecessarily polite and poised.

REFERENCE: Katsaris
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HASH(0x982685c4) étoiles sur 5 I give this CD 6 stars 17 septembre 1999
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Liszt worshipped Beethoven. If Beethoven heard these transcriptions of the 9 symphonies, he'd worship Liszt. Absolutely worth every penny. Liszt felt that transcribing the last movement of the 9th Symphony was impossible, and nearly gave up. He was right; it is--but he rallied (under the request from his publisher in England) and achieved the impossible. Listening to these pieces, after a while you forget it's just one instrument and not an entire orchestra. A must-hear.
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HASH(0x983f3714) étoiles sur 5 Exciting performances 31 janvier 2013
Par Blue&White - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It is good if Katsaris went back to the Beethoven scores and added bits that Liszt left out, but if a preference for Katsaris is merely that he is more dramatic, I would say that is a matter of taste, and the modern trend is to more exciting classical music by more beautiful and sexy performers, and usually using more volume, more speed and more contrast in their performances.

If you see a video of Katsaris performing the Pastoral, the thunderstorm has become a major disaster and most of the Ninth would have hastened Glenn Gould's stroke.

Personally, I think Beethoven wanted a lot of drama in the dramatic parts of his music, but never anticipated a Katsaris level of intensity, that Liszt had a natural built-in inclination to infuse the music with a more spiritual quality than originally existed, and perhaps Leslie Howard is pretty close to Beethoven's original feeling.

There is a ridiculous range of dramatic emotion between Gould's Fifth and the Trans-Siberian Orchestra's. Do we want originality, tranquility, excitement, or our brains blown out?
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