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Beethoven : Sonates pour piano n° 27 & 28

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1. Premier mvt etwas lebhaft und mit der son n28
2. Deuxième mvt lebhaft marschmassig son n28
3. Troisième mvt langsam und sehnsuchtsvoll son n28
4. Quatrième mvt geschwinde doch nicht zu schnson n28
5. Premier mvt maestoso son n32 op111
6. Allegro con brio ed appassionato son n32 op111
7. Deuxième mvt arietta son n32 op111

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A Great Opus 111 30 octobre 2001
Par Meath Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is one of the finest Late Beethoven performances I've heard. Of more than ten recordings of Op. 111, (including renditions by Schnabel, Horszowski, Serkin, Kempff, Backhaus, Arrau, Badura-Skoda, Michaelangeli), the Kovacevich is
my clear favorite. The first movement is solid, granitic, powerful, sonorous, and the technical demands are well met. The Arietta is the real jewel on this disk, however. Overall, this interpretation exceeds even the wonderful 1940's Schnabel recording that was released in Phillips Great Pianists series. It's near-impossible to describe this music, so I won't try. But this is a great way to hear it.
The other sonatas on this disk also are wonderfully performed. The first mov't of Op. 101 is an especially lyrical, sensitive, well-balanced interpretation. But I still enjoy Serkin's more granitic approach, and Kempff's sparkling performance of Op. 101 as well.
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A sublime performance of Beethoven's most profound Sonata 31 mars 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was pleasantly surprised to read the other reviews in which the listeners unanimously praised Kovacevich's performance of the great Sonata No. 32, Op.111, especially the Arietta. No one can express in words the profound, mystical beauty of this movement. Previously, my favorite performance was by Kempff, but the sound quality of this 60's recording leaves a lot to be desired now. I feel that I've been waiting impatiently for 40 years for someone to record this sublime masterpiece with contemporary recording technology in a way that does it justice as perhaps the most mind-boggling piece of piano music ever written. I'd like to add that every recording by Kovacevich of this nearly-complete collection of the 32 Sonatas has been extremely beautiful. (I think there are six left to go, including Les Adieux.) If you want to own a complete set of the Beethoven Sonatas, this is the one to buy.
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A great performance 2 janvier 2002
Par Kurt Randerath - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a wonderful and exciting performance of three of the greatest works in the piano repertoire. I have never heard the beautiful Arietta, last movement of Beethoven's last piano sonata op. 111, played in such a precise -every note can be heard- yet highly expressive way. One of the best records in my collection.
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What to say when rating is ridiculous 14 octobre 2011
Par Jurgen Lawrenz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Test case: op. 111 1st mvt. Kovacevich comes down rather heavily on the top of the arpeggiated chord right at the beginning. It sounds mannered and messy; Beethoven wrote "cres" over it, not sforzato. In the Allegro, 26 seconds into Track 2, Beethoven writes "poco ritenente", but Kovacevich fails to adjust the repeated phrase, which now sounds clumsy, like a mistake by the composer. That's discouraging, so early in the piece. And details like this affect one's own responses. One gets a little anxious over what's coming next.
Others reviewers on this forum give us little beyond "I like it" for their 5 stars, leaving a reader in the lurch about what exactly is so great about them. This is my fourth album of the pianist's Beethoven. My feeling about Kovacevich is, on the contrary, that he is overly conscious of entering an immensely competitive field and somewhat unsure of himself. It never impairs the overall soundness of his readings, but nevertheless such irksome moments become irritants on repeated listening. A reviewer is obliged to notice these things and not rush to a review after one hearing.
Kovacevich's mastery is not in question, though it is scarcely the comprehensive "view from the peak" of such performers as Backhaus, Gilels or Pollini. His Opus 90, which does not pose huge interpretive problems, is well discharged. Opus 101 also offers a well-rounded perspective, although I would say he is hardly in the same league as the names I just mentioned. No more details now because I am just about to speak of a feature of this album that redeems everything, and which I have left to last for this reason.
You will note that I have not said a word about the Arietta of Opus 111. But after all the doubts I have expressed, you and I would both expect that more of the same critical comments must follow. However, things change in this last track of the album.
When the stormy clamour of the first movement subsides, something quite extraordinary unfolds in this performance. From the moment that the first 3 notes sound, you are enveloped in an atmosphere which I can only describe as utterly enchanted: and what follows is a spiritual argosy so evocative that one's critical faculties are calmly put out of action to surrender to the magic of a profound and emotionally transporting musical meditation. The savagery of the central "boogie woogie" section is all the more terrifying, the balm of consolation which ends proceedings all the more affecting because in these 17-odd minutes Kovacevich seems at last to have found a way to tap his inner resources that longed for an outlet through this music.
I think it would be shameful to cry out "the greatest". This kind of music making does not need silly apostrophes of this sort. All the same, comparisons are revealing, if you now go back to other interpretations that seemed "deep" on previous hearings. E.g. Barenboim sounds positively ponderous now, and prosaically literal, as if he was feeling his way into a terrain he had never traversed before; also the treble of his piano has a biting clangy sound. Literalness is also a word that seems apt for Oppitz, who approaches the movement in a cool, detached manner, as if he was wishing to avoid depths that maybe he can't handle (that was also Kempff's way with this music, and Oppitz studied with him). The closest approach to the kind of magic Kovacevich evokes is struck by Eschenbach, although the feel and temper here is almost as if an ineffable pain afflicted his soul and seeks redemption in extremely slow, prayerful utterance (his reading takes 22 minutes!). Pollini's account is "difficult" to place here because of his truly classical mastery. When you live with it for years, you begin to understand the reticence, the desire to let the composer speak without deliberate searching; and similar considerations apply to Backhaus. I mention these two only because they represent the top of the bracket for the whole century; and the whole point of this highly selective comparison is to stress just how exceptional a place Kovacevich's reading of the Arietta may claim in this roster.
What is my conclusion and recommendation at the end? Very simply this: you must buy this album for the Arietta. Even if you feel that my criticisms are fair and just, this movements wipes them away. I would not normally recommend buying a whole album for half a sonata. But this is so exceptional a reading that it is worth the price of admission. Despite 50 years of collecting, I've come across rare issues like this less often than I can count on the fingers of my hands. And on those occasions, accept what is given and maintain silence over what is lacking.
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Following Schnabel's path? 19 avril 2001
Par Patrick Pierre-Louis - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This performance by Kovacevich announced the spirit of the other records that were to follow. Sonata No. 27 is exquisite and the first movement of Sonata No. 28 is a miracle of emotion (con intissimo sentimento). Second and fourth movements, on the contrary, suffer from a lack of nervosity and motricity (Pollini's interpretation is still the reference) As to No. 32, Kovacevich offers a combination of Youra Guller' sonority and Pollini's articulation while sensitivity is always present. In this repertoire, I prefer Kovacevich to, say, Kempf, Arrau, Richter and to Pogorelich who suprisingly gave a superb rendering of this masterpiece. Kovacevich has developed a coherent conception of these sonatas and his interpretation is to be considered as a cornerstone . When all the sonatas will be recorded (if this spirit is preserved), we might have an actualisation of Schnabel's legacy.
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