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Beethoven: The Piano Sonatas, Vol. 1 : Opp. 2 & 7

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  • Compositeur: Ludwig Van Beethoven
  • CD (24 octobre 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: ECM Records (Universal)
  • ASIN : B000AOEH4G
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Sonatas op.2 Dedicated to Joseph Haydn, Sonata n.1 in Fa minore op.2 n.1 (1793-5), Sonata n.2 in La maggiore op.2 n.2 (1794-5), ... - In un progetto che si estenderà per i prossimi 3 anni, dopo Bach, Mozart e Schubert, András Schiff "rinnova" le sue superlative performances anche per Beethoven. Un’iniziativa che si possono permettere solo i più grandi pianisti e che guadagna un posto preciso nella storia dell’interpretazione di queste Sonate. Schiff, come suoi importanti predecessori, assume ciascuna sonata come parte di un’enorme suite, un intero e dinamico work in progress. Il pianista ha scelto di registrare dal vivo alla Tonhalle di Zurigo, luogo tradizionalmente noto per l’eccellenza dell’acustica. ECM pubblicherà gli 8 volumi presentando le sonate in ordine cronologico: il doppio CD d’esordio includerà le prime quattro sonate. Le note di copertina si avvarranno anche di brevi interviste al maestro dove sarà presentato il repertorio specifico di ciascuna uscita.

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HASH(0x9bedbba0) étoiles sur 5 Landmark Beethoven interpretations by Schiff. 21 novembre 2005
Par dongiovanni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
If I may, with due respect, I completely disagree with the previous reviewer. Schiff was not uncomfortable with Beethoven, but being a self-effacing young man and a perfectionist, he only waited to mature and be worthy to play the sonatas. He is now embarking on the long awaited complete set that surely will be a landmark.
Andras Schiff is a pianist to reckon with whose career is on the rise. Sold out concert halls in Europe prove this. I think it was worth the wait for him to get into Beethoven.
These 4 early sonatas are tremendous interpretations: full of joy, excitement, vigour, imagination and virtuosity even wit and humour.His technique is perfect and his palette is lucid and crisp, perhaps less fluidly romantic as Richard Goode, but this is a more classic
approach influenced by Haydn. In fact Sonata Op.2 no. 1 is dedicated to Haydn. Op. 2 No.3 is a stunningly memorable virtuoso performance.
The monumental sonata Op.7 is a giant step forward at this early phase and Schiff's perfomance is the pinnacle of this set.Just think of the wonderfully introspective interpretation of the Largo or the Scherzo with its disturbing, tremulous Minore section. A masterly performance.

Stop and go phrasing, muddled textures ? Statements like these
should be supported by precise examples otherwise the "critic"
loses his credibility.

I sincerely recommend this recording and look forward to the follow-ups.
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HASH(0x9bedbfa8) étoiles sur 5 A Wonderful Surprise 19 mars 2006
Par jonsj - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I have not been a fan of Andras Schiff's in the past. In general, I've found his Mozart and Schubert performances to be fussy and precious, despite their elegance and surface polish. Beethoven does not seem tempermentally the right fit for Schiff, so I was particularly guarded about exploring these new discs. But I have to say if this first volume is indicative of what's to come, this will be a magnificent Beethoven sonata cycle.

Although these performances are as well groomed as any of Schiff's past performances, his style has adopted a bit bolder and more dramatic profile. His playing is more forcefully articulated (in the past, I've had a hard time with his dainty pecking at notes), and his tempi are more measured but also natural sounding, and less sheerly fleet.

In short, Schiff brings a welcome touch of drama to these early sonatas, while not sacrificing the scrupulous care and lyricism that is his signature. And what glorious music this is! These sonatas have such extraordinary richness and complexity despite their being youthful works. Schiff takes all repeats. I found the set very well recorded too, though I see other reviewers have reservations on that front. Highly recommended.
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HASH(0x9bede03c) étoiles sur 5 Not typical but very interesting! 2 décembre 2005
Par Robert - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I love Andras Schiff's playing Mozart and Bach but I always wonder how could he adjust his style to Beethoven. (I have not heard his concertos recording with Haitink) Yes, his Beethoven Sonata is slightly slower than some pianists (well... I probably would rather say 'more flexibility' in terms of tempo) and far less percussive, but not less dramatic. Because of his unique sound and interpretation, I felt very refreshing listening to them. In an era that most pianists sound so similarly, it's fun to have people that could offer individuality and freshness to the old warhorse.

4 stars only because of a mediocre recording quality. (5 stars for interpretation, 3 stars for muddy sound)
HASH(0x9bede3cc) étoiles sur 5 Spectacular debut of Beethoven sonata cycle with Andras Schiff 18 septembre 2014
Par P. Adrian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This is the first release in a series of eight volumes devoted to Beethoven piano sonatas, issued a decade ago by the renowned pianist Andras Schiff. Conceived as a complete cycle presented in chronological order, these recordings were captured from live performances Schiff delivered at Tonhalle Zurich. No doubt, they rank among the best available on disc competing on equal footing with legendary accounts signed by such giants as Wilhelm Kempff, Alfred Brendel or Stephen Kovacevich.

Devoted to Joseph haydn, the first three sonatas unfold a spectacular variety of moods and approaches. From drama to sheer virtuosity, through humor and playfulness, the work at opus 2 in Titan’s output is one of the most demanding triptychs in musical literature. Andras Schiff conveys with great subtlety all the details, never loosing the main line, the overall contour of each piece. The great Sonata op.7 occupies the second CD of this twofer as a bridge towards the next volume devoted to the op.10 triptych plus “Pathetique”.

Classical flavor, pianistic brilliance, deep thoughts and heartfelt displays - Beethoven’s world at its fullness with a refined and sensitive interpreter!
HASH(0x9bede3fc) étoiles sur 5 Andras Schiff and Beethoven's Piano Sonatas 18 juillet 2014
Par Puppy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This CD arrived perfectly, and just in time for last Christmas!

Andras Schiff is truly artistic and excellent pianist who interpretations are always perfectly magical. Although hearing him play at a concert is an amazing experience, the CDs are also very high quality and very enjoyable.
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