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  • Interprète: Valéry Gergiev
  • Orchestre: Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre
  • Chef d'orchestre: Valéry Gergiev
  • Compositeur: Peter Ilyich Tchaïkovski
  • CD (5 novembre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 6
  • Label: Decca
  • ASIN : B008F5FWK0
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HASH(0x9fcd0894) étoiles sur 5 Bargain compilation of Gergiev's performances of Tchaikovsky's Ballets 3 mai 2013
Par Phil (not) in Mågnoliá - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Decca has combined the recordings of conductor Valery Gergiev conducting the Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre ***, all previously released and very well received, into one budget box set that provides a very appealing collection of these works.

This set makes a very nice choice for someone looking to buy all of the ballets at a reasonable price, or for someone who already has other performances and wants to add Gergiev's interpretations to their collection.

Contents of the box, with links to the listings on Amazon where you can read the reviews of each of the ballets as issued separately:

- Disc 1: The Nutcracker, Op.71: including the Chorus of the Mariinsky Theatre. Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, Germany, August 1998. Released separately: the Nutcracker

This performance of The Nutcracker is critically acclaimed, and in fact The Penguin Guide 2008 gives it their top recommendation. It is one of the few recordings to fit the entire ballet on one CD without cuts. If you are looking for alternatives to also consider for the Nutcracker by itself, I would suggest The Nutcracker with Charles Mackerras conducting the London Symphony Orchestra, a recording that I have myself and have enjoyed for many years (and also a top Penguin recommendation), or perhaps Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker with Simon Rattle conducting the Berlin Philharmonic, which receives the recommendation of The Gramophone Classical Music Guide 2012.

- Discs 2-4: Sleeping Beauty, Op.66: Recorded at the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, February, 1992. Released separately: Sleeping Beauty

Other recommendations include Sleeping Beauty with Andre Previn conducting the London Symphony Orchestra, a bargain for the complete ballet and a top Gramophone recommendation; or Sleeping Beauty (also listed as Sleeping Beauty), with Mikhail Pletnev conducting the Russian National Orchestra, a top Penguin choice.

- Discs 5-6: Swan Lake, Op.20 - (Mariinsky Version): Recorded at the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg, May-June, 2006. Released separately as Swan Lake.

Other recommendations for Swan Lake include Charles Dutoit conducting the Montréal Symphony Orchestra (search for ASIN B00000420C), a top pick of both Penguin and Gramophone, or (search for ASIN B002Q85A1I), another budget release with Andre Previn conducting the London Symphony Orchestra and recommended by Gramophone.

Obtaining all of the ballets together in one box provides very significant savings - for example, if you compare the individual prices for the Gergiev performances of the ballets you will see that they are almost 3x the cost of this box, at current pricing. The recording companies almost seem to be encouraging consumers to forego the individual performances in favor of the larger box sets, and with these kinds of prices - why not!?

There are other choices for a complete set of the three ballets in one box - for example, the box from Deutsche Grammophon (search for ASIN B0002IRY0Y) with performances of Swan Lake and the Nutcracker by the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Seiji Ozawa, and Sleeping Beauty by the Russian National Orchestra conducted by Mikhail Pletnev. The box with Richard Bonynge conducting the National Philharmonic Orchestra (search for ASIN B000026CFX) is another worthy alternative.

Any of the performances suggested above would be good choices. The collection here from Decca with all of the ballets conducted by Gergiev is a serious bargain no matter how you look at it.

*** Note: The Orchestra of the Mariinsky Theatre has also been known as the Kirov Orchestra, and some of these recordings, in their earlier releases, are so labeled. The Orchestra, which was founded in 1783 and is one of the oldest in Russia, had been re-named Kirov by Stalin in 1935, and was known by that name until the fall of the Soviet Union. The name was formally changed back to Mariinsky in 1992.
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HASH(0x9fcde5e8) étoiles sur 5 A mixed bag of Gergiev's Tchaikovsky ballet recordings in variable sound 13 mai 2014
Par Yi-Peng - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I own the three individual Gergiev Tchaikovsky ballet recordings that make up this set. It is a good idea to have them all together in this budget priced box. However there are some drawbacks to this series of recordings. These three recordings weren't conceived as one complete cycle that was performed and recorded within the same time frame, like 'the EMI Previn-LSO cycle, Bonynge's Decca series or even Neeeme Järvi's Chandos project in Bergen. Gergiev's conducting style changes between scores, and so does the sound engineering. The recordings of Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty were done in the Kirov (Maryinsky) Theatre, while the wonderful single-disc Nutcracker was done in the Baden-Baden Festspielhaus. Gergiev approaches these scores from a symphonic point of view, conducting without the constraints of danced performances. I applaud this approach and it allows the scores to cohere better. Yet I know there are performance and engineering problems that tend to undermine the two larger ballets, as I'll explain now.

Swan Lake was the last of the three ballets to be recorded. Gergiev's recording uses the score for the 1895 Maryinsky revival, and it is good that Decca mentions this in the fine print on the outside box. It differs from the original score as presented on the Bonynge or Dutoit recordings, for instance, but tends to be inferior. It is known that the conductor Riccardo Drigo configured this score by cutting a good hour's worth of Tchaikovsky's original music and orchestrating some of his later piano pieces. I sometimes wish that Gergiev and the Maryinsky Orchestra had recorded both the Maryinsky 1895 and 1877 scores, very similar to what they did with their double-bill of Boris Godunov. This performance seems to be the least successful of the lot. The dramatic portions come off better than the specialist stand-alone dances, and the famous scene with the swan theme for oboe builds up to an exciting climax. However the specialist dances such as the Act One waltz and the White Swan Pas de deux came off poorly. They tended to be leaden and lacking in suppleness and delicacy. As such these movements felt apart from the skeleton of the score. The Decca engineers recorded Swan Lake in the Maryinsky Theatre in 2006, achieving passable sound quality. The sound is comparatively better than that on the Sleeping Beauty recording because it gives a bit more presence to the orchestra. However it is still muddy and congested, and tends to favour the low end - in other words, artificially engineered. The solo instrumentalists also don't quite sound good because there is no air and space around their instruments.

Sleeping Beauty comes off better as an overall performance, but the sound is the poorest of the lot. This was an early Philips Maryinsky recording where the engineers had not got used to the sound. As a result the sound is muddy, congested and distant, as if the orchestra is playing underwater. Anyway, Gergiev is at his best in the dramatic sections of the score and handles the lyrical and poetic sections a little better this time round. I've noted how the dances are well-characterised and yet fit into the scheme of things, giving direction to the score. The famous Garland Waltz (i.e. the waltz that the Disney film used for Once Upon a Dream and I Wonder) and the Rose Adagio are well-shaped and supple, and I thought that the dances for the Prince's retinue came off well in Gergiev's hands. The only downside to this performance is the music for the Lilac Fairy. The stodgy tempi tends to over-emphasise the secondary detail (the wind pulsations) and holds up the flow of the melody. I also wish that there had been just that little bit more momentum in the overlong wedding scene, but then again, there's not much you can do with that sequence. However, this is still a pretty good performance of the score. A curious thing about this issue is that Decca didn't separate the longer multi-section numbers into separate tracks. It would be more convenient to access the individual sub-sections in longer numbers, but I imagine that they weren't willing to commit to the expenses of re-editing the recording into separate tracks.

In between the Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake recordings, Gergiev and the Kirov Orchestra recorded the Nutcracker score. It surprised me that this single-disc version of the score turned out to be the best of all, in performance and recording. I've loved this single-disc Nutcracker from the moment it was released and would rate it as one of the key recordings of the complete score. It's just as good as Previn's EMI version with the LSO or even Bonynge's Decca version, but Gergiev handles this score as well as any other conductor. I'm half-expecting ballet aficionados to issue me with black marks because I've vouched for this performance. I know that ballet conductors need to handle the exigencies of conducting in the theatre and give the dancers time to express their movements. I know I shouldn't be vouching for hurry-sick performances that might cause cardiac arrest and coronary thrombosis in its listeners. However, this Nutcracker just won me over with its flair and "Russinanness". I know that people may think that Gergiev tends to be smug and po-faced when conducting this kind of score. However, Gergiev's brisk speeds still allow the music to articulate and express itself clearly. I wouldn't consider him to be the only fast-tempo Nutcracker. The Zinman-New York City Ballet recording for Nonesuch and the Mercury recording of Dorati and the LSO clock similar timings for many numbers. I find that the tempo is not persistently relentless and Gergiev still has room to highlight the details in Tchaikovsky's masterful orchestration. The slower, lyrical numbers such as the Pine Forest scene and the Pas de deux can still express themselves fully. And it is good that Gergiev still manages to convey the childlike wonder and magic called for by this score. Yes I know that some of the American and British recordings can do it better than Russian recordings - but that is because of their Christmas period performances of the ballet. However Gergiev still manages to do it well. The recording quality is much better than that of the other two ballets. The orchestra is more present, with space and air to allow the sound to be detailed. The strings are also able to sound rich and full, as needed in Tchaikovsky's music.

I know that this boxed set is a mixed bag. However it is still good and nifty to have Gergiev's three Tchaikovsky ballet recordings together in one place. Admittedly, only the Nutcracker seems to be the best performance of the set. While it's OK to purchase this set, I would very much like to recommend the Dutoit version of Swan Lake and Pletnev's version of Sleeping Beauty as supplements for this recording. They are both excellent performances available as budget-priced twin-disc sets and would nicely complement Gergiev's nifty single-disc Nutcracker.
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HASH(0x9f2ee750) étoiles sur 5 Tschai-Tschai-Tschaikovsky (bless you!) 22 septembre 2013
Par Radha Raman Das - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
In all seriousness, this set of his ballet music is wonderfully conducted by the Russian Master/Interpreter, Valery Gergiev. No other conductor captures the "soul" of his compositions like he does. His mastery of the music (including these recordings) demonstrates Maestro Gergiev's thorough, insightful understanding of the music nuances. This recording is wonderful to listen to! Own it and enjoy the music with a glass of wine (or two)!
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