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Dvorák: String Sextet - Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence
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Dvorák: String Sextet - Tchaikovsky: Souvenir de Florence

Sarah Chang/Bernhard Hartog/Wolfram Christ/Tanja Christ/Georg Faust/Olaf Maninger
28 novembre 2005 | Format : MP3

EUR 9,99 (TVA incluse le cas échéant)
Également disponible en format CD

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HASH(0xa0f33864) étoiles sur 5 A must have, beautiful performance; dont let bias interfere 22 octobre 2002
Par Adalberto Valle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I admit almost every person is biased in many ways. But bias can get in your way for enjoying truly great musical experiences. Thats this recording, a moving emotional performance by top-class artists. I mention bias because a fellow reviewer gave 2 out of 5 to this cd recording. (Another Dorothy Delay hater maybe?). Well the truth is this recording is ALL too great to let your prejudices interfere with the enjoyment of a truly beautiful musical experience. I am a musician, a violinist, and I have a mature ear. I know what I hear and this recording is NOT unmusical. Rather its a superb recording that must be recommended. About Sarah, this is one of the best recordings in which she participates. She really shimmers here as well as all the other great players. Whoever says Sarah Chang is unmusical or just a "technician" is truly biased; no matter your musical background (US, Europe, Russia) beautiful music is beautiful music. And I hear all the great soloists and have their recordings; Sarah is among the foremost violin soloists right now, a reality many dislike but true nonetheless. And her vibrato is beautiful, full of emotion. And it VARIES, especially in the latest recordings. I know what I am talking about since I have all her cds (and I AM a violinist). I hope you get this recording and enjoy it for many years to come. Too good to avoid it. Great sound quality and beautiful chamber music comradeship, as if they've been playing together for a long time. Unique musical experience: thanks to Sarah and all others players for this great music. I hope to live more to hear more music like this. (I also recommend Sarah's recording of the Goldmark violin concerto, and her Strauss violin Sonata).
10 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9ced6bdc) étoiles sur 5 Entrancing 8 mars 2005
Par Robert Honeyman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When I first listened to the Florence a couple of years ago, I noted its lyricism but quickly forgot it. A month or so ago, I put it back on the player, listening once through. A couple of days later, I was lazing around when the tune that had been running through my unconcious came to the fore.

I went back and played the Florence, this time listening intently. I discovered what a marvelous piece of music this is.

The playing is masterful. The recording captures the brilliance and virtuosity of Sarah Chang, juxtaposing her with the gorgeous and comfortable ensemble sound of the five members of the Berlin Philharmonic. Together, they bring a life to the music which has me completely captivated.

It has been years since a single recording has taken over my waking moments. The last I can remember is when I discovered Beethoven's seventh as a teenager. Or maybe it was Mahler's second around the same time. I can remember riding the bus to school playing the seventh through my head. I attended a downtown school in Detroit but lived at the edge of the city. On the best days, it was a 45 minute ride.

These days, I get to pop this CD into the player in my car. It makes it so much easier. I'm hoping another 20 or 30 playings and I'll be over my obsession. In the meantime, it's a marvelous way to get to work.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9d1150a8) étoiles sur 5 Two plush Romantic works get ultra-plush treatment 14 mai 2006
Par Santa Fe Listener - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Souvenir de Florence is Tchaikovsky's strongest chamber work, full of melodic passion from his enthralled memories of Italy (though one would be hard-pressed to hear the idiom as anything but the lush Russian lyricism of his String Serenade in C). The Dvorak String Sextet Op. 48 is a lesser work, rarely played in concert but itself a river of melody, imbued with Slavic folk touches in the 'Dumka' second movement and Furiant third movement. A string sextet is a plush vehicle for a melodist, if a nightmare for structuring intricate development sections. Neither Dvorak nor Tchaikovsky wanders far from the simple form of a serenade, so we can sit back and enjoy the sensual delights.

Chang and company certainly rovide them--EMI's excellent sonics give us every luscious inner line, and the ensemble achieved among the veteran Berlin Phil. players is superlative. Every chord is prefectly balanced; intonaiton is impeccable. Even the great chamber music centers like Marlboro don't produce such unanimity. Despite her status as little-doll-prodigy-growing-up, Chang holds her own musically; indeed, the long passage for violin that begins the second movement of Souvenir de Florence displays mature, refined phrasing. I was extremely impressed throughout and would give both performances first place among the competition I've heard over the years, particularly the masterful Tchaikovsky.
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HASH(0x9c98e294) étoiles sur 5 Thoroughly Captivating! 18 mai 2008
Par Moldyoldie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
My only previous experience with the string sextet form are hearing those of Brahms and they were certainly a delight. These are just as entertaining and satisfying with the Tchaikovsky perhaps being the more melodically captivating of the two works, but with the Dvorák every bit as substantive. I also suppose Chang is the "star" here, but this features some very fine ensemble playing including present and erstwhile members of the Berlin Philharmonic. Melodic, entrancing...beautiful!
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HASH(0x9cb11f60) étoiles sur 5 Excitement and drive 22 septembre 2011
Par Xytech - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've listened to this recording a number of times now (at least 20). The Tchaikovsky is wonderful. It truly conveys the sense of excitement, drive, and anticipation that this work needs, and in those qualities comes as close to a live performance as you can. I can't agree with the comments about it being 'cold' or 'emotionless',

In regards to the Dvorak, I am not in as good a position to comment as I am not as familiar with this work compared with the Tchaikovsky that I know intimately. I will say that even as an outsider, whilst it is very enjoyable to listen to, it doesn't grab me like the Tchaikovsky does. However, it is a very nice recording regardless.

This CD should be bought for the Tchaikovsky (5 stars) with the Dvorak a very nice addition (4 stars).
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