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  • Interprète: Jean Philippe Collard, Andre Previn, Royal Philharmonic Orchest Th
  • Compositeur: Camille Saint Saens, Jean Philippe Collard
  • CD (9 mai 2005)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Warner Classics
  • ASIN : B0002XV30Q
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Disque : 1

  1. Conc pn n1 re maj op17/andante (premier mvt)
  2. Conc pn n1 re maj op17/andante (deuxième mvt)
  3. Conc pn n1 re maj op17/allegro (troisième mvt)
  4. Conc pn n2 sol min op22/andante (premier mvt)
  5. Conc pn n2 sol min op22/allegro (deuxième mvt)
  6. Conc pn n2 sol min op22/presto (troisième mvt)
  7. Conc pn n4 ut min op44/allegro (premier mvt)
  8. Conc pn n4 ut min op44/allegro (deuxième mvt)

Disque : 2

  1. Conc pn n3 mi bem maj op29/moderato (premier mvt)
  2. Conc pn n3 mi bem maj op29/andante (deuxième mvt)
  3. Conc pn n3 mi bem maj op29/allegro (troisième mvt)
  4. Conc pn n5 fa maj op103/allegro (premier mvt)
  5. Conc pn n5 fa maj op103/andante (deuxième mvt)
  6. Conc pn n5 fa maj op103/molto allegro (troisième mvt)
  7. Wedding cake la bem maj op76
  8. Africa fantaisie

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CONCERTOS POUR PIANO N°1-5, CAPRICE-VALSE "WEDDING CAKE"...


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Le chef d'orchestre André Prévin et le pianiste Jean-Philippe Collard n'ont jamais réalisé de choses extraordinaires, à mes goûts. Prévin fait preuve de beaucoup de curiosité artistique (Symphonies de Ralph Vaughan Williams, ballets de Delibes...). Collard aussi avec Alkan, mais sans plus. C'est la raison pour laquelle je souhaite les plébisciter pour ce travail.

Quand je suis allé voir mon disquaire, il m'avait conseillé ces deux interprètes pour les concertos de Saint-Saëns. Devant ma moue dubitative, il m'a dit: "...je sais. Ces interprètes sont insignifiants et ils n'ont jamais fait de choses extraordinaires, mais là, ils sont plutôt pas mal". Et il a eu raison.

Je tiens à préciser que les interprétations de ces oeuvres que je préfère sont Brownridge&Murphy et celle de Collard&Prévin. Je n'oubli-pas Entremont&Plasson[excellent], Ciccolini&Baudo[sensationnel] et beaucoup, d'autres mais la curiosité a été payante pour cette réalisation.

André
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HASH(0x9ad62e64) étoiles sur 5 A very good collection of moving compositions. 6 mai 2007
Par C. Collins - Publié sur Amazon.com
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We heard the Piano Concerto No. 5 in F on National Public Radio and decided that we must have this piece of music in our CD collection. We selected this CD since the two CDs allowed us to purchase all 5 of Camille Saint-Saens' Piano Concertos. This CD has become one of our favorites and we play it often, discovering more interest in the work of Saint-Saens with each playing.

Camille Saint-Saens' sense of drama, his lyric runs, his ability to evoke mystery, all make this listening experience highly recommended. I am fascinated by the way Saint-Saens creates rich variations of his themes as he takes us from movement to movement. Saint-Saens has the ability to develop ethereal melodies and variations on themes that are hypnotic and mystical. His piano runs are pushed for dramatic effect. The creative and amusing variations of his themes are pleasant and amusing.

This CD is highly recommended. In addition to the 5 Piano Concertos, Saint-Saens' Wedding Cake Caprice and the Africa Fantaisie are included. I found Jean-Phillippe Collard's interpretation to be masterful and rich, capturing the vast complexity and variation that Saint-Saens created in his compositions.
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HASH(0x9ad628e8) étoiles sur 5 A few comments on the Collard-Licad controversy... 7 décembre 2008
Par Bruce H. Jensen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The reviewers before this one provide excellent discussion of this set, and I would agree that it is a top-notch set of recordings and performances. We love this set, play it often, and would not part with any recording upon it.

The two versions of the popular and lovable Concerto No. 2 that are compared, those of Jean-Philippe Collard (this set) and Cecile Licade, are certainly different. Collard is decidely gentler, a bit slower and more "laid-back" in common parlance. Licade's is spritelier, a bit faster and of slightly higher energy. Does this make one better than the other? Subjectively it may, but it really depends on the person listening, and both performances are technically excellent and completely satisfying. If I *had* to pick one of the No. 2s, I would pick Licade because of the higher energy, but I would sorely miss Collard - and Collard comes with 4 other splendid concertos and a handful of other delightful pieces, while the Licade is paired with two other Saint-Saens concertos (violin and cello, both superb by the way) that are available elsewhere.

In any case, please do not feel that you are missing out on anything in Concerto No. 2 by purchasing one or the other - both are fine performances and beautifully recorded. None of these recordings or performances require any apologies.
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HASH(0x9ad62e94) étoiles sur 5 Glittering and Seductive 7 août 2008
Par Dace Gisclard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've heard Ciccolini's and Hough's sets of these concerti, but this is my favorite by a wide margin. Hough's has been highly praised elsewhere, and I certainly agree that his technique is astounding. He plays these concerti faster than anyone, and that is precisely my complaint. Hough seems so busy moving through these works at warp three hyperdrive that he takes just about NO time to stop and smell the roses--and there are plenty in this music.

Not that Collard is slow. He can glitter just well as Hough, but he also knows when to seduce--listen to the second theme of the scherzo of No.2--the way he and Previn teasingly hang on to a note just a microsecond before playfully plunging into the phrase itself. They don't make a big deal of this, and these performances are NOT "mannered," but the listener is drawn in, and the sensation is almost physical. This is only one instance of the felicities of agogics and phrasing in these performances.

I have not heard the Licad performance so esteemed by another reviewer at the expense of Collard's. Personally, I've never heard anything by Licad I've liked. Her CD of Gottschalk was panned by FANFARE. Of course, that doesn't mean she couldn't be good in No.2, but there's nothing wrong with Collard.

It's just a pity this couldn't have been rounded out to a trio of CD's to include the Rapsodie d'Auvergne and Allegro appassionato also recorded by this team. I own both this set and Hough's, but I listen to this one a LOT more. Also, the price is certainly more attractive than Hyperion's, although for me that is NOT the issue.
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HASH(0x9ad7b024) étoiles sur 5 A wonderful value for this collection ~ 14 mars 2012
Par Christopher Barrett - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I liked the $10.50 price for the 2 disc set, which is cheaper than the $18.00 mp3 price at the time I purchased. I had recently seen a wonderful live performance of the 2nd piano concerto, and being a fan of Saint-Saëns and of piano works in particular, I decided to give this a try. I'm also a huge Andre Previn and Royal Philharmonic fan. And EMI continues their string of crisp and clear recordings remastered for current audio devices. This CD was released in 2005, but the recording is from the 80s I believe (since Previn was the conductor of the Royal Philharmonic from 84 to 88).

I had only previously heard the 2nd and the 4th concertos, so the rest of the album was new to me. My one beef is that the booklet really seems to not portray these pieces as being very worthy, except the 2nd. I felt that EMI was being a little unjust with their descriptions. Granted they said 'not popular' several times, but the overall tone made me think the pieces were just 'filler'. Not one mention of anything like "this album really shows the true beauty of those less heard pieces" or anything like that! So with a bit of apprehension I listened.

And I was blown away. The delicate piano work by Jean-Philippe Collard perfectly suits these pieces. Granted, his force in the 2nd concerto is not up to some recordings, but I enjoy the more fluid and vivid style he brings. My real surprise was the 3rd and 5th concertos. For what are apparently 'unheard' or 'unpopular' pieces, they struck a resounding chord with me.

The piano is wonderfully intertwined with the amazing playing of the Royal Philharmonic. Previn brings his usual grace and style to the conduction and it shows here. Never does the orchestra overwhelm the piano. They have a lovely dance and it is a real treat to listen to.

I would say the real reason to purchase this is for the 'other' concertos (1, 3, 4, 5), since the second is regularly recorded on other compilations. Plus the Wedding Cake and Africa are fun little add ons. But having all 5 on two discs is a great addition to any classical piano lover's collection. For the price I highly recommend it.
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HASH(0x9b94227c) étoiles sur 5 An excellent recording of Saint-Saens Piano Concertos. 19 avril 2009
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This two-disc EMI Classics recording includes all of Camille Saint-Saëns' numbered Piano Concertos (1-5), and also includes his shorter "Wedding Cake" and "Africa" piano concertos. I've been enjoying this two-disc set immensely, and the recording quality is excellent. Even though the piano concertos do not follow each other in sequential order (Nos. 1, 2 and 4 are on Disc 1 & Nos. 3, 5 and the rest are on Disc 2), they do make sense.

There are other complete Saint-Saëns piano concertos sets on the market, but I think that for a price of less than $12 - you will be hard pressed to find any recording that gives you more bang for your buck. Enjoy!
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