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Debussy: L'intégrale pour piano Compilation, Import

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  • Interprète: Walter Gieseking
  • CD (1 janvier 1970)
  • Nombre de disques: 4
  • Format : Compilation, Import
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B000002S6Z
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Disque : 1

  1. N1 pour les 5 doigts études premier livre inc
  2. Pour les tiercesetudes n2 premier livre inc
  3. Pour les quartesetudes n3 premier livre inc
  4. Pour les sixtesetudes n4 premier livre inc
  5. Pour les octavesetudes n5 premier livre inc
  6. Pour les 8 doigtsetudes n6 premier livre inc
  7. Pour les degchromatetudes n7 deuxième livre inc
  8. Pour les agrementsetudes n8 deuxième livre inc
  9. Pour les notes repetudes n9 deuxième livre inc
  10. Pour sonorites opetudes n10 deuxième livre inc
  11. Pour arpeges competudes n11 deuxième livre inc
  12. Pour les accordsetudes n12 deuxième livre inc
  13. D un cahier d esquisses inc
  14. Reflets dans l eau images premier livre inc
  15. Hommage a rameau images premier livre inc
  16. Mouvement images premier livre inc
  17. Cloches a travers feuilles images 2nd livreinc
  18. Et la lune descend sur leimages 2nd livreinc
  19. Poissons d or images 2nd livre inc
  20. Prelude suite bergamasque inc
  21. Menuet suite bergamasque inc
  22. Clair de lune suite bergamasque inc
  23. Passepied suite bergamasque inc
  24. Prelude pour le piano inc
  25. Sarabande pour le piano inc
  26. Toccata pour le piano inc
  27. Pagodes estampes inc
  28. Soiree dans grenade estampes inc
  29. Jardins sous la pluie estampes inc
  30. Doctor gradus children s corner inc
  31. Jimbo s lullaby children s corner inc
  32. Serenade for doll children s corner inc
  33. The snow is dancing children s corner inc
  34. The little shepherd children s corner inc
  35. Golliwogg s cake walkchildren s corner inc
  36. Danse tarenrelle styrienne inc
  37. Reverie inc
  38. Arabesque n1 en mi majeur inc
  39. Arabesque n2 en sol majeur inc
  40. Nocturne inc
  41. Valse romantique inc
  42. L isle joyeuse inc
  43. Le petit nègre inc
  44. Masques inc
  45. Danse bohemienne inc
  46. Ballade inc
  47. Mazurka inc
  48. La plus que lente inc
  49. Berceuse heroique inc
  50. Hommage a haydn inc

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2 internautes sur 10 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Baranoux le 18 juillet 2010
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L'intégrale de l'oeuvre pour piano de Debussy par Walter Gieseking, un vrai régal pour un prix raisonnable.
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ALMOST The Greatest 15 juin 2003
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In rating this collection a mere four stars, I do so not against all of the other Debussy piano offerings out there (alongside which it would rate a hard-and-fast five stars), but rather against Gieseking's own pre-war standard. Because, deservedly respected as these recordings are, in the words of Yoda to Obi-wan Kenobi, "there is another," and here it sits on this very website in an unassuming little two-disc set from the wonderful Video Arts International label. It is the dazzling, important compilation modestly titled WALTER GIESEKING PLAYS DEBUSSY, and reissues recordings made from 1927 to 1939 (the vast majority are from the late 1930s). In trying to avoid the overstatement which we all are tempted to attach to greatness, I will stop at saying that these are the recordings upon which Gieseking's fame and the public's worldwide love of Debussy's piano works were largely based during the early twentieth century.
As for those who persist in finding Gieseking's interpretations "unromantic" or otherwise "Germanic" in their exposition, I would hasten to quash their criticism utterly on all grounds other than, of course, the final arbiter of personal taste. If certain listeners unfamiliar with the true Romantic Piano Tradition as exemplified on record by the likes of Hofmann, Schnabel, Paderewski, Godowsky, et al., and hence adopted by such devoted musicians as Gieseking, prefer their Debussy presented in formless, meter-less, pedal-heavy miasmatic tides of indistinct sounds, washing over them like a Turner seascape but leaving them knowing nothing about the pieces nor perceiving their true beauties as miniature art works, then by all means, latch on to some nameless modern practitioner painting his murky pictures on a five-dollar "Debussy For A Sunday Afternoon" compilation, and draw your bath. But at the least let it not be forgotten that, while Debussy undeniably influenced Ravel in the latter's orchestral works, the reverse is also true, and it was the neo-classicist Ravel from whom Debussy took his lead in forging his most worthwhile piano music.
What follows is by a contemporary of Giesekings' named Abram Chasins, writing in his 1957 book SPEAKING OF PIANISTS, published just a few months after Gieseking's death:
"Every now and then one attends a performance that casts a spell of enchantment. It does not happen often. But Walter Gieseking's all-Debussy program at Carnegie Hall in 1955 was such an occasion. From the first note of the Suite Bergamasque to the fourth encore, `General Lavine,' it was an evening of magic. Few of the many musicians present would have challenged the publisher's right to print on the music: `Private Property of Walter Gieseking. No Trespassing!'
"He evoked excitement, transparency, and movement throughout. Occasionally he would choose to hold his audience hypnotically suspended through an ethereal pianissimo or a section of tremulous repose. With endless refinements of touch and pedaling, once phrase grew out of another. Climaxes developed with the inevitable force and upward sweep that stamp the musician and the architectural master. In each piece we perceived an artist living in the very sound he was creating. He painted, so to speak, with fingers dipped in the hues of Degas, Renoir, Manet, and Bonnard. The sum was a tableau of surpassing beauty, color, and poetry emerging from a Baldwin.
"Sometime later I turned to the Columbia LP recordings of Gieseking's 1951 performances of Debussy's two books of preludes, Children's Corner, and Suite Bergamasque; the reissue of the artist's 1939 playing of Estampes and Images; and, finally, to Gieseking's Angel recordings of Ravel's piano works. These, too, confirmed the fact that Gieseking clearly ruled the domain of impressionism.
"I found myself listening time and time again to one piece after another, enthralled and mystified. Mystified that the unearthly sounds could possibly come from a piano or from any determinable instrument set into vibration by human energy. This is disembodied aural beauty, the intoxication of sensuous perfume, the blaze of sunlight, the shimmer of moonlight on water.
"And how is this done? It is done with love, with knowledge, with vision. It is also done with a technical equipment adequate to the demands of a glowing imagination. Only the perfect co-ordination of the strongest arms and the most independent fingers can produce such delicate suavity. Arms and fingers are not all, for Gieseking's pedaling was a miracle. He could pedal throughout changing harmonies, retaining each for its own identity; he could pedal throughout a melodic line, yet keep the progressive action of a cantabile.
"The most kaleidoscopic mixtures of colors paradoxically emerge spotlessly clean and clear. Releases are as precise as attacks. Gieseking could increase or reduce dynamics in the space of a split second, from the subtlest pianissimo to the most sonorous fortissimo (and the other way around), and have it sound absolutely inevitable, all of a piece. He had unique command of suspended motion with vibration, like that of a hummingbird hovering over a flower. One hears a perfectly spaced, pearly articulation for some figuration, and above or below it another figuration will come through as undulation produced as though by a boneless and muscleless hand. And always the music came first, always the motion of the drama was carried forward. Such playing is the ultimate in mastery and sensuous elegance, the result of a scrupulous care that marks genius. Everything is present to the nth degree: knowledge, precision, tonal color, radiance, iridescence, limpidity. And their wonderful balances and blendings are luminous and wondrous. [French Impressionism's] range of resplendent expressivity extracted from Gieseking a rare state of inspiration, the kind that depersonalizes an artist and enables his auditors to catch glimpses of eternity."
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Save me, I'm drowning... 11 mars 2002
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The watery allusions to Debussy music seem to have been taken far too literally by many pianists as well as piano music fans. Attempting to describe something inexpressible in concrete terms is inherently flawed, and to take an irrational "impression" and attempt to distill it down even further, results in loss of clarity. Though the music may be "softer," and less "rigid" and thus more flexible to subjective interpretation, it is distanced from the artist's first message; the music itself. Debussy's music speaks clearly, without the need for "Gaullic" over-sentimentalizing. I've never understood the arguments about Gieseking's Germanic interpretation, as if genetics and not culture were the main influence in one's artistic make-up. Though other great pianists who have recorded these pieces caress wonderful tones from their instruments, compared to Gieseking's mastery and control of colors and his tonal variety they sound overly warm, mushy even. Listening to Gieseking playing Debussy is to be at the water's edge, sight unimpeded by any mist rising from the surface of the pond, gazing upon a reflection of the moon that is not hazed in by clouds. After him, listening to other recordings is like peering at the same lunar image from the bottom of the pond. Save me Gieseking, I'm drowning...
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The above should be 3 Stars, 3 juin 2005
Par paul best - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Yes, I have heard oh, 90% of all recordings of Debussy's solo piano music .
As well, I have Debussy's recordings from 1913, one on Pierain and the other is on Dal Segno. The Dal Segno has a few extra pieces that are not on the Pierain release.

Giesekings profound understanding of the nuances and details of these beautiful piano pieces is like few others I've heard.
The only drawback is the recording quality, which is a problem. Even at low volume the distracting poor quality is a serious issue.
Upon further consideration, though Gieseking does some interesting things, overall I have to give my preference to Pascal ROGE on London. Also Jean Bernard Pommier does a fine performance as well.
I prefer these 2 pianists more than the following: Michelangeli (a long time fav) , Zimerman, Thibaudet, Thoillier. I have the Monique Hass on order.
I like Debussy with exquiste nuances. For that I go to Roge, Pommier. And few others. Look at all my reviews in Ravel for 2 other mentions. Tharaud and Bavouzet

I give Gieseking a 3 Star.
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Gieseking�s Klaus Debussy 25 avril 2000
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I must confess Walter Gieseking's much acclaimed recordings of these masterpieces of French piano literature did not appeal to me as much as they did to other reviewers. He admittedly draws wonderful colors and shadings from the piano, yet this does not change the fact that he plays Debussy in a German translation, if I may be forgiven the metaphor. The power of his playing, those strong accents, those sharp attacks and contrasts create in most places corners, edges, protruding cliffs and deep valleys that belong more to Beethoven than Debussy and render to the music a solidity which mars the impressionist poetry of fluid lines, reduced dynamics and cloud-like harmonies. This is more discomforting in the works of his impressionist period, like Images, Estampes and Preludes (esp. volume 1) and less important in the Etudes. The former, played by Arrau or Moravec, takes you to another world, a dream world; when listening to Gieseking, nothing of the sort happens: it is as if you are listening to abstract music, admittedly with wonderful playing - which fits the etudes, but gives to the other works a more abstract quality than Debussy might have liked. Take the "Canope" prelude from the second book, for example. It is about an ancient Egyptian urn two of which Debussy owned. At the start a nostalgic theme is heard, as if we are contemplating the urn; it is repeated, but one begins to feel something ominous hangs in the air; like in a bad dream. Hardly having felt, the thing happens; something very ancient comes to life! Only to disappear again and leave the listener astonished and unsure. All is the same again - the theme is reheard, and the piece "ends" without an end. When one has listened to this prelude from Arrau he feels having lived through something truly disturbing as well as wonderful. By comparison, there is no tale, no suspense, no peak in Gieseking; there are just "colors"! A theme, a meaningless arpeggio, the theme again. End. One final remark: On the cover page of his last works, Debussy proclaimed himself a "Musicien Francais", indeed, when you miss that indispensable peculiar French quality that stamps his music, the result is little more than a meal without salt, however well it might be played. It is claimed in the notes of the set that the French reluctance to acclaim Gieseking's Debussy stems from envy alone. I guess there is more to it than that. The music in these recordings is great music, and very well played - alas, it is not exactly from the voice of Claude Debussy.
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He's the master 17 février 2007
Par personal growth lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Walter Gieseking was the premiere piano performer of Debussy compositions. This is very good, however, the recording seems just a bit hollow. I wish there was a bit less resonance in the background.

The performance is excellent, as usual.
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