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  • CD (23 février 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Pm Classics/Onyx
  • ASIN : B006T6HHZ0
  • Autres éditions : Téléchargement MP3
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Disque : 1

  1. Moderato assai
  2. Andante
  3. Allegro
  4. Allegro ma non tanto
  5. Intermezzo. adagio
  6. Finale. alla breve

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     Le pauvre Anton Rubinstein, dans toute sa gloire, a joué d une certaine malchance : « les pianistes me considèrent comme un compositeur, les compositeurs comme un pianiste, les classiques comme un moderne, les modernes comme un réactionnaire. J en conclus que je ne suis qu un pauvre hère », disait-il de lui-même avec le sarcasme qui lui était coutumier. Il faut avouer que ce Quatrième et avant-dernier concerto pour piano, commencé en 1864 et achevé en 72 après quelques révisions, comporte un peu toutes les caractéristiques de modernité, de classicisme, de pianisticisme et de compositeurisme imaginables, de sorte qu il est avant tout inclassable. On y côtoie des idées avant-gardistes préfigurant Moussorgsky, des passages mendelssohniens, des instants de virtuosité pure destinée à mettre le pianiste-compositeur en valeur, et des qualités architecturales de grande classe... La seule chose que l on n y rencontre absolument pas, c est le moindre caractère à la russe, ce que d aucuns ont pu lui reprocher. Bref, c est du Rubinstein dans toute sa splendeur, ici défendu avec ardeur et conviction par le tout jeune pianiste allemand Joseph Moog.
     Moog qui se saisit avec tout autant de délectation du bien plus célèbre Troisième de Rachmaninov, dans lequel la concurrence est des plus rudes à commencer par la propre version du compositeur au piano ! Le jeune pianiste joue ici la carte de l élégance et de la transparence bien plus que de la lourde virtuosité qui, d ailleurs, n a rien à voir dans cette musique bien plus aérienne que ce que l on en fait si souvent. Retenez ce nom Joseph Moog, il devrait rapidement se retrouver en haut des plus prestigieuses affiches.
©Abeille Musique 2012

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Grand Manner Pianism 1 mai 2012
Par Frank L. Bell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This review is directed toward serious, experienced listeners who are familiar with the works discussed.
Once again the young German pianist Joseph Moog has made a recording that goes straight to the top of the list. This CD pairs one of the most familiar concertos with one that is rarely encountered.
Although the D Minor Concerto of Rubinstein is infrequently played, it has been in the repertories of many formidable pianists. From Rubinstein's time to the present day, someone has had this work in his fingers. Ponti, Ginzburg, Levant, Lewenthal, Hamelin, et al. have made recordings of this work, and Cherkassky and Wild played it live.
Like so many others of his time, Rubinstein wrote this work to demonstrate his own special style at the piano. That style was repeatedly described as grand, powerful, and sweeping. Rubinstein's contemporaries always noted the forcefulness of his playing more than his accuracy.
Rubinstein's D Minor Concerto certainly requires the above-mentioned elements in order to be at its most effective. Simply being "pretty" or "expressive" will not work with this piece.
Joseph Moog plays this work to perfection. He provides it with the necessary power (I am reminded of Jorge Bolet when Moog makes his entrance with those thunderous chords) and speed. But he also presents the beauty of the work without overly emphasizing it. Whereas some other recordings make this work sound a bit overdone, Moog's driving pulse brings out the full impact of the music.
This recording is substantially better than the outstanding one by Hamelin. What more can I say?!
With the Rachmaninoff Third, Moog faces stiffer competition by the simple fact of the number of great pianists who have recorded this work. (Here I will say that the majority of recordings of the Rach Third should never have been made!) And again, Moog rises to the top of the list. If you favor the performances given by Rachmaninoff himself and Earl Wild, you will certainly like this offering.
Moog plays the Op. 30 at a brisk tempo, but not excessively fast, like so many pianists who change this lovely piece of music into an athletic event. His clarity and power are as impressive as his musicality. Moog give the finest performance I have ever heard of that exotic waltz-like section in the latter part of the second movement. His energy and clarity in the repeated notes of the third movement are stunning, and he does not cheat as do so many other pianists by omitting repeated notes in certain measures. In the first movement Moog plays the original cadenza, the lighter one described as "Mendelssohnian" by Earl Wild, and recorded by Wild and Rachmaninoff.
As an aside, I will point out that those huge chords in the alternate first movement cadenza practically mirror the opening chords of the Rubinstein Fourth. Certainly Rachmaninoff knew the Rubinstein work.
The engineering of this CD is absolutely first-rate. The piano is heard quite clearly and the beautiful sounds created by Moog are easily perceived. Yet the orchestra is full and powerful, and the entire sound is rich. The conductor and orchestra are with Mr. Moog every step, and the result is a CD that you should immediately add to your collection.
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Edge-of-your-seat-pianism 22 octobre 2012
Par Hegelian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I bought this for the Rubenstein, a favorite concerto of mine. (How odd that his other four concertos are all dull by comparison.) Suffice to say that Moog's performance is easily the best available, better than Lewenthal, Ponti, Banowetz or even Hamelin. But the Rachmaninoff! I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. Moog tosses the thing off as though he were playing third-year piano exercises. Yet, he manages to take a truly romantic perspective notwithstanding the piano pyrotechnics. If I could own only one performance, I'm not sure this would be it, but I wouldn't part with it now that I do.
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WOW! 23 février 2013
Par Donald F. Bowers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I admit that I am a Rach #3 addict and have almost all the performances by major and lesser artists on cd.This wonderful performance goes to almost the top of the list! I am not familiar with Joseph Moog and found a few solo performances on youtube.But this is one of the great performances.I do not believe that the composers own recordings can be held up as a fair examples other than for Rachmaninoffs incredible technique and phrasing of his own concerti.He was controlled by the need to fit his performances onto 78s and this might have effected his tempi. I love the recordings by Steven Hough and consider them a must. I feel that some performance such as by Martha Argerich are thrilling, but at times overly hysterical and loud. There are many greats out there such as Earl Wild,Shura Cherkassy,Van Cliburn, Ashkenasy,Bereskovsky,etc. This performance is very different.I find that there is a progression through the performance leading to an absolutly tremendous finale. Moogs performance leads to a last movement that is totally joyous.It is fast without loosing any of the poetry of the music.He understands what many young pianists,such as Lang Lang dont get.There is a build up of tension and release within not only a phrase, but in the concerto as a total.Too often we get effects for effects sake.This young pianist has a conception from the first note to the last. Just wonderful.The orchestra under Nicholas Milton is with him note for note and the recording is clear and many details not often heard in the orchestra come thru. The Rubinstein is also fabulous,but I bought this for the Rachmaninoff.I can only hope he records all the concerti. I couldnt be without the Hough live performances, but will also be returning to this one many times..Oh! If you see the recording by Santiago Rodrigues with the Lake Forrest Symphony,snap it up.Its beyond fast, but really,really exciting.
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