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Bruckner - Symphony N° 6 A Major Import

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  • Orchestre: Bayerisches Staatsorchester
  • Chef d'orchestre: Wolfgang Sawallisch
  • Compositeur: Anton Bruckner
  • CD (9 novembre 1992)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Orfeo
  • ASIN : B00000596U
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.5 étoiles sur 5 2 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. Sym No.6 in A: Maestoso
  2. Sym No.6 in A: Adagio. Sehr Feierlich
  3. Sym No.6 in A: Scherzo. Nicht Schnell
  4. Sym No.6 in A: Finale. Bewegt, Doch Nicht Zu Schnell

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La sixième symphonie de Bruckner n'est pas la plus connue et de ce fait pas souvent interprétée. Mais avec Sawallisch tout clair et lumineux et les tempos sont d'une grande justesse,cela respire.En conclusion cette version est une référence.
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La Sixième Symphonie de Bruckner est la seule que le compositeur n'ait jamais révisée. Même si l'on peut regretter le dernier mouvement, un peu « désordonné », le premier mouvement est une réussite, et l'Adagio est – à mon sens – le meilleur que Bruckner ait pu écrire.
Venons-en au disque : la prise de son est d'une très bonne qualité, ce qui rend honneur à l'interprétation exemplaire de Wolfgang Sawallisch. Après avoir emporté l'Orchestre de l'État de Bavière dans un premier mouvement assez rapide, ponctué d'une coda d'une clarté brillante, il aborde l'Adagio plus lentement, avec une solennité savamment retenue.
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HASH(0x96d15e40) étoiles sur 5 Best Symphony No. 6 I've Heard 15 octobre 2002
Par Variety in Music - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm not generally a fan of this conductor, but here his performance moves forward powerfully, is tightly organized, and the orchestra and recorded sound are nearly ideal for this work. I like this better than the other five or six (if not more)recordings of the 6th I have.
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HASH(0x96d17e10) étoiles sur 5 Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious 9 mars 2015
Par Bernard Michael O'Hanlon - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's good that Bruckner's Sixth Symphony defies programmatic analysis. There are no hammer-blows of fate or cowbells to provide compass. What does it mean? Who can say? Nothing confessional, I suggest. If anything, it espousals Blake's proverb "Energy is Eternal Delight." Not for nothing does it exist among us, Pleiades-like, and grow in renown.

For years, the Penguin Guide trumpeted this recording of the Sixth as being best afield. With hauteur, I heeded not their advice. I likewise dismissed the counsel of my three Amazon buddies (Doug, Ralph and Stewart). What a dolt I was! Without a doubt, Sawallish '81 could be the reference recording of this elusive masterpiece. Needless to say, my conduct is unbecoming of the President of the Australian Knappertsbusch Association. Penance and restitution are required.

Much like his recording of the First Symphony, this endeavour is touched by perfection. The pacing is flawless. Patience and drama are one. It has the suppleness that is fitful in Bruckner: Symphony No. 6 and the poise that's missing at the commencement of Bruckner: Symphony No.6. The bass-line is opulent and mysterious throughout. Magical indeed is the opening of the slow movement: it speaks of sacred things. Tovey's Homeric seas in the coda of the first movement are cerulean in tincture. The banality C-Major theme in the finale is semi-transfigured by the intensity of the music-making. Catharsis ensues. Why bother with the rest?

To my punishment. How about Dudamel's Mahler 7th (or any M7 for that matter), Norrington's Wagner or Fricasseed Mozart from Claudio Abbado? If they suffice not, how about a visit to Happy Acres Retirement Village to succour my old friend Sebastian Bumfree, the Joe Dirt of low-level Amazon stalkers, in his hour of desolation, anguish and incontinence? None of the options is palatable. Perhaps I should chalk it up to myopia. This much I can say: I was blind; now I can see.
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HASH(0x96d18168) étoiles sur 5 What a pleasant surprise 25 avril 2012
Par Ralph Moore - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am one of those for whom the news that Sawallisch excelled as an interpreter of Bruckner is a surprise. I have found him to be workaday in some things but this is a performance of real stature -and also one to challenge the standard Klemperer recording by taking a truly original and personal line, especially in the manner in which Sawallisch interprets the first two movements. Whereas Klemperer is grand and adamantine in the opening "Maestoso", Sawallisch is much more sweeping and propulsive, generating real drive and momentum. However, in the Adagio, Sawallisch outdoes Klemperer by daring to adopt an even statelier tempo - and it works. He also finds a warmth, sweetness and tenderness in the closing pages of the Adagio that I have not heard before. The quirky Scherzo is again perfectly characterised, cutting a minute off Klemperer's slightly stolid account. The finale is restless and mercurial - and perhaps slightly lacking in the sureness of touch which marks Klemperer's account but it builds majestically. There is never any doubt whether Sawallisch has anything interesting to say in this music.

The playing of the Bavarian State Orchestra is glorious; the spacious acoustic suits the sonorities of the music and the roundness of the orchestra's sound perfectly. The horns are especially refulgent.

I have never quite understood why this appears to be one of Bruckner's least performed and recorded symphonies; it strikes me as melodic and the most grandly Wagnerian in its idiom with its soaring strings and layers of brass and woodwind chordally underpinning them.
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HASH(0x96d15ce4) étoiles sur 5 Quite Good! 4 mai 2007
Par Doug - Haydn Fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Bruckner's sixth symphony has a quirky distinctive personality. The off-beat and kinky scherzo in particular is especially memorable, capturing Bruckner's eccentric originality to perfection. Conducting the work as a whole requires a slightly laid back personality - when the work is forced it seems to blow up on a conductor, losing it's charm and distinctiveness. Having said this I have to admit that two of my favorite performances were by pretty serious approaches by pretty monumental leaders, Klemperer and Furtwangler - this latter not a complete performance. However, mere mortals trying to have a go at this work rarely manage to pull off the heaven-storming approach of those two baton legends.
This recording happily avoids trying to overdo things. The balances are quite delightful, and the work's charming disposition is allowed to emerge - in many ways this is the sunniest of Bruckner's symphonies, or at least the most ingratiating. Again, I've never understood the need some critics have for apologies for this work.
Setting aside the classic Klemperer among available recordings, the tops among those available is Stein's serious and brilliantly played and recorded way with the Vienna. Truth to tell, I find this performance almost too much of a good thing: it is very forceful and can be a tad overwhelming. Although many find the Stein CD very sensitive and lyrical I tend to disagree a wee bit - the Vienna Philharmonic may be resplendent, but it hammers forth at times on those forte passages like the Dies Irae from the Verdi Requiem. (Of course many Bruckner enthusiasts live for just such blasts.) Personally I find it yet another sign that we are still learning how to approach this symphony among a very complicated and at times contradictory body of work. The Bruckner sixth symphony certainly allows for considerable diversity in approach, and performances such as this one under Sawallisch do a fine job in bringing out many of the work's often submerged charms and attractions.
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