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Beethoven: Symphony No.3 "Eroica"; Overture "Leonore No.3"
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Beethoven: Symphony No.3 "Eroica"; Overture "Leonore No.3"

7 février 2000 | Format : MP3

EUR 10,99 (TVA incluse le cas échéant)
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  • Date de sortie d'origine : 1 janvier 1987
  • Date de sortie: 7 février 2000
  • Label: Universal Music Division Classics Jazz
  • Copyright: (C) 1987 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Hamburg
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  • Durée totale: 1:02:49
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  • ASIN: B0025CBKSW
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Par S. Jacques TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSVOIX VINE le 13 avril 2014
Format: CD
Le sommet de la magnifique intégrale de 1977. Dès les premiers deux coups brefs, ici bien sûr très rapides, on sait que l'on va assister à quelque chose de grandiose. Et tout s'enchaine dans une danse vraiment frénétique, avec en éxergue la tension des cordes de Berlin, la poignante marche funèbre et le final quasi militaire qui nous laisse sur le carreau. Une version de référence de cette symphonie, par un maestro à son apogée..
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BEETHOVEN avait indiqué très précisément le tempo de ses symphonies (valeur au métronome .TOSCANINI et SCHERCHEN ont suivi les indications du compositeur mais avec des qualités d'enregistrement plus ou moins médiocres ; ici nous avons affaire au philarmonique de Berlin et à Karajan ; l'héroïque est probablement le fleuron de l'intégrale des symphonies enrégistrée par Karajan dans les années 70 .
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HASH(0x9a123384) étoiles sur 5 Powerful reading, great playing 8 janvier 2004
Par Stephen Chakwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It sometimes takes some sophistication to listen past the almost inhumanly beautiful BPO playing on a release like this. And some attention to detail, not likely the strong suit of someone who doesn't even bother to spell the conductor's name correctly.
This is probably the best of Karajan's three BPO Eroicas, the one in which he achieved the best balance between attention to detail (listen to how many different kinds of accents he can get in inner orchestral voices without overwhelming the main lines of the music) and the long phrases he uses to build the architecture of the four movements individually and into the giant structure of the symphony. The nobility of the last several minutes of the first movement, the elevated grief of the second, the energy of the third, and the vitality and ultimate grandeur of the fourth are outstandingly caught here, often with beautifully simple playing.
One of the things that separates this from so many other performances is the aliveness of the sound of the orchestra. The bass line sounds almost like a human voice, the violins like liquid fire. There's power and healthy tension in the playing all the time, but never strain or gratuitous harshness.
This last may be a reservation for some people. They may want Beethoven performances with more obvious struggles against the music. This is not the reading for them.
Instead, this is a strong, honest, and beautiful recording of one of the masterworks of the human spirit and a great bargain at this price.
The overture is as famous as the symphony and is a welcome discmate.
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HASH(0x9a123bdc) étoiles sur 5 Heroic, meditative and beautiful: Karajan's better Third 20 mars 2012
Par Ryan Kernaghan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The 1977 Eroica is comparable to the interpretation of the Seventh from the same cycle. In both cases, Karajan is more tender and the beauty of the writing comes out more fully than in the rugged accounts from 1963. This Eroica is one of the very best. Like the fourth movement of the Seventh, Karajan goes for extreme speeds, and it is very convincing. The funeral march is also much better in this version than in 1963: the impression is much slower, more deeply impassioned and meditative. The drama is never compromised either. Listeners will remain disappointed that Karajan again fails to observe the repeats in the first movement. Personally, it doesn't affect the fact that this is a very impressive performance. The recording is noticeably better in 1977 than in 1963, the Eroica in that cycle tends to be a bit dry and scratchy (instrumental movement is much clearer in the earlier one).

The spaciousness of this recording of the Leonore No. III overture is impressive and theatrical. The performance is both white hot and elegant and is probably Karajan's finest recording of the Beethoven overtures (much better than his Egmont which is as heavy as a plum pudding).
HASH(0x9a1236e4) étoiles sur 5 A Flawless Eroica 8 octobre 2013
Par Jordan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Although there's an ongoing debate whether or not Beethoven should be played in such a flawless manner, it must be agreed upon that this recording is, nonetheless, flawless. Beethoven's music is powerful, but that does not necessarily mean it has to be rigid. Mahler is a completely different animal, and I admit that Karajan's Mahler recordings are largely average. Beethoven is different, and I consider Karajan's Beethoven recordings to be the best we have.

This recording sounds like the way Eroica should be played. There's such a perfect balance and every note is so brilliantly played. There are many passages in the first movement that really took my breath away. The louder passages sound more like a rolling thunder than passionate outbursts. That's one of the points of contention it appears. However, I'm one who simply loves that effect in this symphony. The recording quality itself is one to note- far improved from the 60s recording.

All in all, I believe this to be the finest recording of Eroica in existence although it's not for everyone. If you want a more "explosive" version, look elsewhere. But, if you're looking for the Eroica of the highest musical quality, consider this version.
HASH(0x9a12639c) étoiles sur 5 a curate's egg 20 avril 2013
Par Robert Higgs - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The first movement is very excitingly done, as a one off, but not something to live with or listen to repeatedly. It rushes past in a bit of a blur and almost seems careless, especially at the start of the development section. Also the recording sounds misty. The funeral march is, if possible, even greater than on Karajan's 1962 recording: magnificent trumpets at the climax of the fugato and a very carefully played coda. But the scherzo and finale are disappointing compared with 1962. The former is too slow for my taste and the latter much too fast. But each to their own.
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HASH(0x9a03c7e0) étoiles sur 5 an overrated performance 4 janvier 2004
Par G Pelloni - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
it is a dismal experience to observe how Karayan's Beethoven continues to be assessed too highly. Karayan was undoubtedly a great (Richard)Strauss conductor, but he did not have the equipment to enter the Olympus of the great interpreters of Beethoven. In Strauss a conductor needs a strong sense of colours but he/she does not have to plunge him/herself into great depths.In Beethoven the simplicity of the melodic line requires an interpreter who can put the right expression in a few notes. That is why Beethoven is so difficult. You have to be able to reach the greatest depths of feeling and thought. Depths that Beethoven is masterly able to conquer with the simplest of languages. The interpreter has to understand the structure without looking for effects or colours, has to dig into some of the most profound music ever written through the door of simplicity. This is also why a conductor like Karayan would fail.He/she would just scratch the surfice trying to add a "sophistication" which is not there. It is sufficient to compare Karayan's "Eroica" with those of Furtwangler (any), Erich Kleiber (any, but expecially the one with the VPO), Klemperer (Philarmonia, mono),Konwitschny (LGO, Horenstein (PMSV), Walter (NY), van Kempen (BPO)to understand the difference between a great interpreter of Beethoven and a "super-polished professional".
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