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  • Interprète: BBC Philharmonic
  • CD (1 septembre 2006)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Chandos Records Ltd
  • ASIN : B00004SUD3
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CONCERTO POUR ORCHESTRE, SYMPHONIE EN UT MAJEUR...

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Zoltán Kodály est né en 1882 à Kecskemét, dans l'Empire austro-hongrois. Il passa la majeure partie de son enfance à Galánta et à Nagyszombat (Trnava, Slovaquie). Il entrera à l'Université de Budapest, tout en étudiant la composition à l'Académie de musique de Budapest avec Hans Koessler (1853-1926). Il y rencontra Béla Bartók (1881-1945), qui restera son plus fidèle ami jusqu'à sa mort. Avec Bartók, il va recueillir sur des rouleaux de cire, mettre en forme et publier une quantité considérable de chants traditionnels populaires. En 1919, Kodály est nommé Directeur assistant de l'Académie de musique de Budapest. Il développera de nombreuses méthodes d'enseignement de la musique, dont on parle encore aujourd'hui sous le terme de « méthode Kodály », initiant les jeunes enfants au chant et à la tradition chorale. En 1923, il compose son oeuvres la plus connue, le « Psalmus Hungaricus », pour célébrer le cinquantième anniversaire de l'union de Buda et de Pest, mais ses oeuvres majeures comportent également la Suite « Hary Janos » écrite en 1926, deux Quatuors à cordes, une Sonate pour violoncelle et piano, et le Duo pour violon et violoncelle enregistré ici. Pendant la seconde guerre mondiale, Kodály restera à Budapest, se retirant de l'enseignement à partir de 1942. En 1945, il fut nommé président de l'Académie Hongroise des Arts, et assurera également la présidence de l'Académie Internationale de Musique Populaire. L'un des artistes hongrois les plus connus et les plus respectés, il est mort à Budapest en 1967.
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HASH(0x9ce41234) étoiles sur 5 Die-hard Kodaly fans only 5 avril 2006
Par Brett A. Kniess - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Kodaly, along with Bartok, is well-known to have wandered rural Hungary and recorded folk music, learning the musical traditions of gypsy's and rural communities; the influence of Hungarian folk music in his own compositions is overtly apparent. While his Hary Janos Suite, Peacock Variations, and Galanta Dances are his most well known today, Chandos provides a CD of his lesser known symphonic works: Symphony, Concerto for Orchestra, Theater Overture, and the better known Marrosszek Dances.

The 15-minute Theater Overture was originally conceived as the overture to Hary Janos. The overture has many varied sections, but a unifying theme of a rising 5th in syncopation, adds cohesion. A glimpse of a folk dance appears with woodwind tendencies and rhythmic accompaniment. More compelling however, is the 16-minute Concerto for Orchestra. In 5 sections, the fast and bouncy opening, again the 5th is the recurring motive, is used in Sections 1, 3, and 5, while the Largo appears in 2 and 4. The sound is typical Kodaly fare; but what makes this unique, is the unusual voicings; he pits the full ensemble against combinations of soloists or sections. The solo string ensemble in the Largo very much sounds like a chamber group, and the brass chorale evokes some modalism. The faster portions utilize soloists and sections too, but with virtuosity and for mere moments of time. Concerto for Orchestra has nice melodies and harmonies, but it is the orchestration that is high in interest.

Dances of Marrosszek, like Dances of Galanta, is a sort-of fantasy of 4 or 5 tunes from the district of Marrosszek in Transylvania. A lumbering melody opens the work, and reappears between each of the following melodies. Full of tunefulness, the melodies explore the pastoral to urban dances from Romania. Drawing from less specific folk sources is the three movement Symphony. The opening allegro movement has bushel baskets-full of ideas; Kodaly masks any folk influences with a more abstract symphonic approach, but some of the rhythmical undertones propel the piece toward dance. The second movement Andante, with its melancholy woodwind meanderings and minor-mode melody, are beautiful, but also evoke Hungary's folk sounds. It is the orchestration once again, that sets this movement apart, with odd pairings and ensemble work; textures range from Romantic to Impressionistic to Medieval. Kodaly is at home in the final Vivo movement, with vitalic energy and optimism. Tuneful melodies, the opening joyous horn melody, for example, and infectious rhythms, bring the work to a close at 27 minutes.

Compared to Kodaly's famous works, these lesser-known compositions show why they are not so well known. The Theater Overture and Symphony lack a little in inspiration, although there are great moments in the Symphony. Dances of Marrosszek fares better with tunes, and the Concerto for Orchestra is a unique and interesting work, using interesting orchestral techniques. The performers are excellent; the BBC Philharmonic under Yan Pascal Tortelier perform with great alacrity and commitment. The orchestral voices sound good in the resonant hall, and the Chandos sonics aid this; and with 71+ minutes of music, the program of the CD is well received with no lack in literature. This disk is for die-hard Kodaly fans, but not really anyone else. Great performances, the music is hit and miss.
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HASH(0x9ce41504) étoiles sur 5 Excellent voguish performances, closely matching Dorati's nostalgia. 1 juillet 2000
Par David Anthony Hollingsworth - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is a highly enterprising album. Unlike the Dances of Marosszek, the other works on this disc are relatively little known (and recorded no more than a handful of occasions). Like the overture to Nielsen's opera "Maskarade", the Theater Overture (to Hary Janos) conveys, with great effectiveness, the entire scheme and blueprints of the theatrical work and conductors were right in treating the Overture as an independent piece. The Overture is remarkably vivid and virtuosic, somewhat inheriting pinches of the Offenbach's wittiness and sparkle.

Equally inventive, perhaps more so, is the Concerto for Orchestra (1941). As with Myaskovsky's Twenty-first Symphony and Sir William Walton's overture "Scapino", Kodaly's Concerto was written by commission of the Chicago Symphony for its jubilee anniversary celebrations. Interesting enough, both works of Myaskovsky & Kodaly share one common trait, variations in tempi (Myaskovsky's with six contrasting sections, Kodaly's with five), with the slow sections especially meditative, lucid, and to an extent introspective. But, where Myaskovsky's instrumentation is straightforward, Kodaly uses solo instrumental groups against larger orchestral forces that adds to the spiciness of the work.

The Symphony in C Major (1961) is Kodaly's late work, and a tuneful, attractive one at that, well thematically coherent, pleasingly orchestrated, and well argued. The first two movements are compelling, with the second that is gripping in its meditative feel and nostalgic yearning (a homage to the past of sort). The finale has a good deal going for it, even if its materials are a bit empty and routine. Nevertheless, this is a well-crafted symphony that relinquishes its own rewards upon repeated listening.

Yan Pascal Tortelier and the BBC Philharmonic are wholly at home with these works. Their performances are vivid as well as convicted and enthusiastic and their treatments of both the Theater Overture and the Concerto are chic and flamboyant. Moreover, I cannot think of a better recording of the Symphony, even if Dorati and even Arpad Joo comes up very close (Dorati's rendition is nicely measured). Tortelier succeeds more in elevating this work beyond a mere composition of the older composer, so genuine and modish the projection is by this dynamic conductor and his great, very well prepared orchestra. Chandos' sound, as usual, is a major asset in one of its many intrepid enterprises.
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HASH(0x9ce41990) étoiles sur 5 Delightful Kodaly 5 juillet 2000
Par CAHANA JOEL - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I completely agree with my colleuge David Hollingsworth about the vivideness and the charm all the works of Kodaly in this CD are played by the BBC Philharmonic under the button of Yan Pascal Tortelier. I'd like just to praise Tortelier for the new and modern themes he put into the performance of the Maroszek Dances and the Symphony in C major. Unless Mr. Hollingsworth I don't view the Symphony as one of Kodaly less stronger works but more as a work that tried to culminate his entire preception of musical education.
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HASH(0x9ce41d5c) étoiles sur 5 Half Good, Half Could be Better 16 novembre 2000
Par Charles Voogd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
There're plenty of recordings of two of the works on this disc (probably more than 20 of the Marosszek Dances) so it must be popular works, and Tortelier and his team have to have a special reason why they record it again for full price. After hearing the performances of the Overture and the Dances I again couldn't imagine why they did: decent readings but without the joy I recall having heard more than once in Budapest by native orchestras. It's in your blood or not. Try Dorati on Decca (I think it's out of print now) and you'll understand what I mean.
I thought the Symphony and the Concerto faired better in these performances. That has been done too on Decca by Dorati and the Philharmonica Hungarica but those recordings are unavailable. The Chandos recording is better, but Decca's vintage 70s sound is also good. I think Tortelier is better in French music (try Boulanger).
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