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Détails sur le produit

  • Interprète: Renaud Capuçon, Gautier Capuçon, Nicholas Angelich, Quatuor Ebène, Michel Dalberto, et al.
  • Compositeur: Gabriel Fauré
  • CD (21 septembre 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 5
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B0057JWUVG
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 1.7 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Disque : 1

  1. String quartet in e minor e mollen mi mineur op - Quatuor Ebene
  2. String quartet in e minor e mollen mi mineur op - Quatuor Ebene
  3. String quartet in e minor e mollen mi mineur op - Quatuor Ebene
  4. Piano trio in d minord mollen re mineur op 120 - Gautier Capucon
  5. Piano trio in d minord mollen re mineur op 120 - Gautier Capucon
  6. Piano trio in d minord mollen re mineur op 120 - Gautier Capucon
  7. Morceau de lecture for two cellos - Gautier Capucon
  8. Quintet for piano and strings no 2 in c minorc mo - Quatuor Ebene
  9. Quintet for piano and strings no 2 in c minorc mo - Quatuor Ebene
  10. Quintet for piano and strings no 2 in c minorc mo - Quatuor Ebene
  11. Quintet for piano and strings no 2 in c minorc mo - Quatuor Ebene
  12. Quintet for piano and strings no 1 in d minord mo - Michel Dalberto
  13. Quintet for piano and strings no 1 in d minord mo - Michel Dalberto
  14. Quintet for piano and strings no 1 in d minord mo - Michel Dalberto
  15. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor g m - Gérard Causse
  16. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor g m - Gérard Causse
  17. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor g m - Gérard Causse
  18. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor g m - Gérard Causse
  19. Quartet for piano and strings no 1 in c minor c m - Gérard Causse
  20. Quartet for piano and strings no 1 in c minor c m - Gérard Causse
  21. Quartet for piano and strings no 1 in c minor c m - Gérard Causse
  22. Sonata for cello and piano no 2 in g minorg moll - Gautier Capucon
  23. Sonata for cello and piano no 2 in g minorg moll - Gautier Capucon
  24. Sonata for cello and piano no 2 in g minorg moll - Gautier Capucon
  25. Serenade op 98 - Michel Dalberto
  26. Romance op 69 - Michel Dalberto
  27. Pièce pour violoncelle papillon op 77 - Michel Dalberto
  28. Elegie op 24 - Michel Dalberto
  29. Sonata for cello and piano no 1 in d minord moll - Michel Dalberto
  30. Sonata for cello and piano no 1 in d minord moll - Michel Dalberto
  31. Sonata for cello and piano no 1 in d minord moll - Michel Dalberto
  32. Violin sonata no 2 in e minore mollen mi mineur - Renaud Capucon
  33. Violin sonata no 2 in e minore mollen mi mineur - Renaud Capucon
  34. Violin sonata no 2 in e minore mollen mi mineur - Renaud Capucon
  35. Morceau de lecture - Michel Dalberto
  36. Andante op 75 - Michel Dalberto
  37. Romance op 28 - Michel Dalberto
  38. Berceuse op 16 - Michel Dalberto
  39. Violin sonata no 1 in a majora duren la majeur o - Michel Dalberto
  40. Violin sonata no 1 in a majora duren la majeur o - Michel Dalberto
  41. Violin sonata no 1 in a majora duren la majeur o - Michel Dalberto
  42. Violin sonata no 1 in a majora duren la majeur o - Michel Dalberto
  43. Sonate nr 1 op 13 in a major I allegro molto - Renaud Capucon
  44. Sonate nr 1 op 13 in a major II andante - Renaud Capucon
  45. Sonate nr 1 op 13 in a major III allegro vivo - Renaud Capucon
  46. Sonata no 1 in a major op 13 IV allegro quasi pres - Renaud Capucon
  47. Berceuse op 16 - Renaud Capucon
  48. Romance op 28 - Renaud Capucon
  49. Andante op 75 - Renaud Capucon
  50. Morceau de lecture - Renaud Capucon
  51. Sonata for cello & piano no 2 in e minor op 108 I - Renaud Capucon
  52. Sonata for cello & piano no 2 in e minor op 108 II - Renaud Capucon
  53. Sonata for cello & piano no 2 in e minor op 108 II - Renaud Capucon

Disque : 2

  1. Sicilienne op 78 - Michel Dalberto
  2. Sonate op 109 II andante - Renaud Capucon
  3. Sonate op 109 III final allegro commodo - Renaud Capucon
  4. Elegie op 24 - Michel Dalberto
  5. Pièce pour violoncelle papillon op 77 - Michel Dalberto
  6. Romance op 69 - Michel Dalberto
  7. Serenade op 98 - Michel Dalberto
  8. Sicilienne op 78 - Michel Dalberto
  9. Deuxieme sonate op 117 I allegro - Renaud Capucon
  10. Deuxieme sonate op 117 II andante - Renaud Capucon
  11. Deuxieme sonate op 117 III allegro vivo - Renaud Capucon

Disque : 3

  1. Trio for piano & strings in d minor op 120 allegro - Gautier Capucon
  2. Trio for piano & strings in d minor op 120 andanti - Gautier Capucon
  3. Trio for piano & strings in d minor op 120 allegro - Gautier Capucon
  4. Quartet for strings in e minor op 121 I allegro mo - Quatuor Ebene
  5. Quartet for strings in e minor op 121 II andante - Quatuor Ebene
  6. Quartet for strings in e minor op 121 III allegro - Quatuor Ebene

Disque : 4

  1. Quartet for piano and strings no 1 in c minor c m - Gérard Causse
  2. Quartet for piano & strings in c minor op 15 II sc - Renaud Capucon
  3. Quartet for piano & strings in c minor op 15 III a - Renaud Capucon
  4. Quartet for piano & strings in c minor op 15 IV al - Renaud Capucon
  5. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor op 4 - Renaud Capucon
  6. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor op 4 - Renaud Capucon
  7. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor op 4 - Renaud Capucon
  8. Quartet for piano and strings no 2 in g minor op 4 - Renaud Capucon

Disque : 5

  1. Quintet for piano & strings nr 1 op 89 molto moder - Michel Dalberto
  2. Quintet for piano & strings nr 1 op 89 adagio - Michel Dalberto
  3. Quintet for piano & strings nr 1 op 89 allegretto - Michel Dalberto
  4. Quintet for piano & strings no 2 op 115 I allegro - Renaud Capucon
  5. Quintet for piano & strings no 2 op 115 II allegro - Renaud Capucon
  6. Quintet for piano & strings no 2 op 115 III andant - Renaud Capucon
  7. Quintet for piano & strings no 2 op 115 IV allegro - Renaud Capucon
  8. Morceau de lecture for two cellos - Gautier Capucon

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Description du produit

Quintessentially Gallic in its amalgam of classical rigour, inventive harmonic language and subtle, but arresting sensuality, Fauré's chamber music is here performed by nine leading French-born musicians violinist Renaud Capuçon, violist Gérard Caussé, cellists Gautier Capuçon and Raphaël Merlin, pianist Michel D'Alberto, string quartet Quatuor Ebène and an honorary Frenchman, US-born, Paris-trained pianist Nicholas Angelich. The four CDs comprise works for two, three, four and five instruments and span the composer s career from early works, influenced by his teacher Saint-Saëns, to the more rarefied compositions of his later years.

Critique

CD 1 Œuvres pour violon et piano : Sonates pour violon & piano n°1 & 2 - Berceuse - Romance - Andante - Morceau de Lecture

CD 2 Œuvres pour violoncelle et piano : Sonates pour violoncelle & piano n°1 & 2 - Elégie - Pièce pour violoncelle (Papillon) - Romance - Sérénade - Sicilienne

CD 3 Trio pour piano, violon et violoncelle - Quatuor à cordes

CD 4 Quatuors pour piano et corde n°1 & 2

CD 5 Quintettes pour piano et cordes n°1 & 2 - * Morceau de Lecture pour 2 violoncelles


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J'ai d'abord cru que c'était ma chaîne qui avait un problème. Mais non, semble-t-il. Entièrement d'accord avec le commentaire précédent. De plus le piano me paraît ressortir beaucoup trop par rapport aux cordes.
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La très belle intégrale de la musique de chambre de Gabriel Fauré (Musique de Chambre, Vol 1 et Musique de Chambre, Vol 2) enregistrée par EMI à Paris (salle Wagram) entre 1975 et 1978 accusant la trentaine bien sonnée, on attendait avec impatience ce que la fine fleur des solistes/chambristes français actuels allait nous proposer en ce début du 21ème siècle, avec ce récent coffret enregistré entre 2008 et 2010.
On peut penser ce que l'on veut des frères Capuçon, leur virtuosité est incontestable et, reconnaissons-le, leur approche de Fauré stylistiquement très réussie.
Le quatuor Ebène, malgré ses jeunes années, a de toute évidence parfaitement compris la partition qu'il nous interprète ici avec à la fois une conviction de bon aloi, mais aussi une certaine retenue qui lui évite d'alourdir (inutilement!) l'oeuvre magnifique à laquelle il "s'attaque".
Le pianiste d'origine américaine Nicholas Angelich est manifestement, lui aussi, tout à fait à sa place.
Quant aux "aînés" le pianiste Michel Dalberto et l'altiste Gérard Caussé (d'ailleurs déjà présent dans l'édition EMI), ils apportent en quelque sorte leur caution d'authenticité à ce projet musicalement très abouti.
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bonjour,

moi aussi j ai cru que ma chaine avait un probleme mais le cd 2 doit avoir un problème de gravage impossible de le lire sur un platine cd micromega , lecteur cd dvd philips deux plages seulement.
je pense que le pressage doit etre de qualite tres moyenne .
des lecture sur d autre media hifi sont elles bonnes ?
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HASH(0x9c25dc0c) étoiles sur 5 Oh woe is me... 25 octobre 2011
Par Thomas G. Waldo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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When I first noticed this brand new set of recordings by one of the most distinguished assemblages of Francophile musicians on the current scene, I was overjoyed, though also slightly puzzled as I noted a box set in which only one recording had ever been previously released as a single disc. The Quatuor Ebene performance of Faure's only string quartet has been justly praised and so I wondered why the other performances had not yet made their way onto CD. Unfortunately, the cynical side of me fears that they have been relegated to bargain-price box-set status due to a fatal flaw which undermines many of the performances - the recording. With the exception of the Quatuor Ebene release, all the other performances were recorded in the Fondation Singer-Polignac in Paris at roughly the same time, and are characteristic of recordings in which the engineer records the ensemble at a too-great distance to achieve ambience and a big ensemble and then seeks to correct for the attendant loss of warmth and fullness by adding artificial low and low mid frequencies via equalization. The result is a recording that sounds like it was made from the last row of a huge concert hall by an enterprising fan with a pocket recorder who then tried to salvage the results back at home with studio gimmickry. This is especially true of the piano quartets and quintets, works which are to begin with difficult to capture on recording due to the thick ensemble writing in many places and the tutti passages for strings that often sound grainy and buzzy when recorded too close. The violin sonatas fare somewhat better though these are also placed at too great a distance, almost apologetically as if the engineer feared they wouldn't sound big enough recorded on their own merits. The cello sonatas are perhaps the best sounding of the lot with Gautier Capucon's cello caught to good advantage, though at times drowning out the piano of Nicholas Angelich. Other recordings by this duo along with brother Renaud, most notably their splendid set of Schubert trios also on Virgin, led me to hope that Virgin might make a similarly full, warm and detailed recording of the Faure pieces, but alas, it was not to be. I guess having consistent recordings in this day and age of record companies trying to save a buck is too much to hope for. These concerns aside, the playing can't be faulted in any way and the excellence of the performances only serves to deepen my disappointment in the unacceptable recording.
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HASH(0x9c25de58) étoiles sur 5 AUDIO: BOTTOM OF THE BATHTUB 26 février 2012
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I must concur with the above reviewer from Italy.

I bought this from Amazon France, long before its US release.

I listen without problem to severely restricted audio from the 1920s, scratches and all, without a problem, but in this Fauré set, the haloed resonance and lack of clarity made this unlistenable without physical distress.

I'm a fan of the Ebene, the Capuçons and company, but, alas, I recommend passing on this despite the excellent price, unless you're able to audition it and find the sound satisfactory before purchasing.

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HASH(0x9c0640b4) étoiles sur 5 Still worth hearing. . . 12 février 2013
Par Esteban Molina - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I almost didn't buy this set because of the negative reviews, not of the playing but of the sound. Thank goodness I didn't listen to the detractors; or perhaps I merely have plebian ears. Despite the reservations about the acoustic, I enjoy the set very much. It would however be a good idea to preview the sound. PrestoClassical in the UK give longer musical clips than Amazon (though in this case there is only a short video). Between various sites, you can at least get a good idea of what you might have either to endure or to enjoy.
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This low-priced five-CD set features Faure's chamber music for strings and piano with a group of distinguished French musicians. The repertoire is very attractive and includes several duo arrangements of very familiar Faure tunes. The performances are consistently fine, especially so in the pair of discs featuring the Ebene Quartet. The only issue with this production is the recordings, which seem to have been made in a reverberant acoustic space. This deprives the music some of its sense of intimacy, which is important in many of these scores. As alternatives (at higher price), the Domus chamber group on Hyperion is very fine.
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HASH(0x9c064630) étoiles sur 5 Gabriel Fauré: His Music and His Influences 19 octobre 2011
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Gabriel Fauré 1845- 1924), the French composer, organist, pianist and teacher, was one of the foremost French composers of his generation, and his musical style influenced many 20th century composers. He was sent to a music college in Paris, where he was trained to be a church organist and choirmaster. Among his teachers was Camille Saint-Saëns, who became a lifelong friend. In his early years, Fauré earned a modest living as an organist and teacher, leaving him little time for composition. When he became successful, holding the important posts of organist of the Église de la Madeleine and head of the Paris Conservatoire, he still lacked time for composing, retreating to the countryside in the summer holidays to concentrate on composition. By his last years, Fauré was recognised in France as the leading French composer of his day. An unprecedented national musical tribute was held for him in Paris in 1922 headed by the President of the Republic. Fauré had many admirers in England, but his music, though known in other countries, took decades more to become widely accepted. His music has been described as linking the end of Romanticism with the modernism of the second quarter of the 20th century. When he was born, Chopin was still composing, and by the time of his death the atonal music of the Second Viennese School was being heard. The Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, which describes him as the most advanced composer of his generation in France, notes that his harmonic and melodic innovations affected the teaching of harmony for later generations. In contrast with the charm of his earlier music, his last works, written when increasing deafness had struck him, are elusive and withdrawn in character.

As brilliant a composer as he was, his works sound simple to most listeners. It is only when a large portion of his compositions are grouped as they are in this superb 5 disc set that the richness of his harmonic ideas and the forward looking concepts he expressed become evident in the music of the composers who followed him. In this set his music is honored by some of today's most outstanding musicians, young me n who devote themselves to music beyond simply scheduling concerts and recordings. There is a magical sense of history in this set and it may take multiple listenings to satisfy the curiosities that are present in almost every work.

On the first disc violinist Renaud Capuçon and pianists Michel Dalberto and Nicholas Angelich offer the two sonatas for violin and piano and separate these two very different sonatas with the well known pieces - Berceuse, Romance, Andante, and Morceau de Lecture. On the second disc Michel Dalberto joins cellist Gautier Capuçon for the Sonate Opus 109, then offer more favorite single pieces - Élégie, Papillon, another Romance, Sérénade, and Sicilienne. The brothers Capuçon with pianist Nicholas Angelich then perform the challenging three movement Deuxième Sonate. The same ensemble plays the Trio for Piano & Strings in D Minor before turning the program over to sophisticated Quatuor Ébène (Pierre Colombet and Gabriel Le Magadure, violins, Mathieu Herzog, viola, and Raphaël Merlin, cello) for the Quartet for Strings in E Minor.

As another 'quartet ensemble' Renaud Capuçon, Michel Dalberto, Gautier Capuçon, Gérard Caussé offer the Quartet for Piano and Strings I and II and and the final disc assembles the Quatuor Ébène with Renaud Capuçon and MIchel Dalberto for the Piano Quintets I with Nicholas Angelich assuming the piano part for number II. The entire recital ends with a memorable performance of Morceau de lecture for Two Celloswith Gautier Capuçon and guest cellist Raphaël Merlin.

And so we have the complete chamber works of Gabriel Fauré as played by French musicians (with the exception of Nicholas Angelich who is American) and it is unlikely that such an event can be matched in style, quality of recordings, and sensitivity of the men involved. The surprisingly low price is well worth it as this is a treasure of a recording that will complement every music lover's library. Grady Harp, October 11
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