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Glenn Gould plays Haydn : 6 late piano sonatas

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  • Compositeur: Joseph Haydn
  • CD (17 septembre 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Sony Classical
  • ASIN : B0085MK2AI
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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Disque : 1

  1. I. andante con espressione
  2. II. vivace assai
  3. I. andante con espressione
  4. II. rondo. presto
  5. I. allegro
  6. II. adagio e cantabile
  7. III. finale. tempo di minuet

Disque : 2

  1. I. allegro
  2. II. adagio
  3. III. allegro molto
  4. I. andante
  5. II. finale. presto
  6. I. allegro
  7. II. adagio
  8. III. finale. presto
  9. Allegro - Gould, Glenn
  10. Adagio e cantabile
  11. Finale. tempo di minuet

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Par L'OURS le 11 avril 2015
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Beau cd, bien remasterisé, dans une interprétation du grand pianiste canadien. Notons que le texte du livret n'est qu'en anglais, ce qui peut en géner certains;
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My Favorite Haydn 27 mai 2013
Par Brent Trafton - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This 2 CD set of Glenn Gould playing 7 (not 6 as stated on the album) late Haydn sonatas is my favorite set of all Haydn sonatas I have heard and it is my favorite non-Bach recording by Glenn Gould.

While not as radical as his interpretations of Mozart and Beethoven, these recordings still have the playful exuberance that we get from his Bach.

At $9.00 for a 2 CD set, this is a bargain that every music lover needs to add to their collection.
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Gould played to please himself - let the music come to you 10 décembre 2014
Par Bahij Bawarshi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Referring to his piano playing projects, Glenn Gould once said, "I only do those things that I really want to do and care deeply about." And he played as he pleased. When recording Richard Strauss's `Ophelia Lieder' with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf no less, he kept improvising throughout the sessions, to the annoyance of the soprano, whose rule was commitment to the composer's score. It was "as though Strauss's notes were just a pretext that allowed him to improvise freely," she later said. He even tried to convince her that his way was the right one. Improvisation or not, I've listened to the three brief lieder that Schwarzkopf finally sanctioned for release - and it is brilliant music.

The foregoing is relevant when considering this Sony dual CD set: Gould did care deeply about Haydn's piano sonatas. In 1974 he said of them, "It's the only late-night music that I've sat down and really played for myself in the last year, the early ones especially, the baroque-ish ones." He seriously wanted to record the complete works, more than 50 of them, until negotiations with Deutsche Grammophon fell through. As it is, we have only six late sonatas that he recorded for Columbia (one of them, Hob. XVI no. 49, in two versions). And, yes, he played them in his own unique way. In what follows, sonata numbers refer to the Hoboken Catalogue section XVI listing of Haydn's piano sonatas.

From the start of Sonata No. 42, the first track on CD1, Gould treats us to his signature staccato style of playing the piano, well known from his Bach recordings. As the music progresses, the clear, precise middle and high register notes stand in contrast with the attractively sonorous low registers, a feature especially noticeable in the rhythmic allegro and presto movements on both discs. It reaches the heights in the first movement of Sonata No. 50, where Gould delivers a very thrilling display of fast, intricate piano rhythms. Especially attractive are the polyphonic lines created by the interplay of the left and right hands. We know that Gould particularly relished baroque-style music, and if his Haydn sounds at times "baroque-ish" (to use his term), presumably that was exactly what he wanted. Often accused of playing too fast, he also demonstrates his capacity to play slow, expressive music in the andante and adagio movements as they occur; he does it beautifully without giving up the clean, crisp notes that distinguish his playing. The adagio e cantabile second movement of Sonata No. 49 is worthy of special mention; its middle section, especially in the 1981 version on CD1, is the emotional high point of everything on these two discs. I haven't heard it played by another pianist, but Gould's playing takes something special to beat. Here he is not Gould the superb technician but a sensitive artist who has put his full heart into the performance. His interpretation of the same music in the 1958 version on CD2, though dramatically somewhat less effective, compensates for that by its undeniable beauty. This being Haydn, the last movements of the sonatas are full of cheer, as in many of his string quartets. Gould catches on with sprightly keyboard displays, and seems to savor the humor in the finale of No. 50 with its several stop-start episodes. I have enjoyed this Sony release, the more that I've listened to it. Perhaps it's a case of familiarity breeding affection.
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Gould or Richter 9 février 2014
Par Drago Alessandro - Publié sur Amazon.com
I have both Gould and Richter interpretations of Haydn last sonatas. While Gould is technically perfect (but also Richter is) I cannot find in Gould the same degree of deep musical understanding and of "humanity" that is so present in Richter. I have most of Gould recordings, from Bach to Mozart, from Beethoven to Hindemith. In Bach I find his approach extremely "honest" and musically satisfying and I also appreciate his interpretation of modern music. In both cases his ability to clarify the musical lines is marvelous and fundamental to the understanding of that music. Maybe surprisingly, I also like some of his Beethoven. These Haydn sonatas have been sort of a let down for me, specially when compared to Richter. They are rather dry and his velocity in certain cases kills all nuances, not too differently from what happens in his Mozart recordings. If you have a chance, listen to Richter before buying Gould.
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Amazing and beautiful 22 octobre 2013
Par TripleJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I truly love this album. Astounding playing skills and absolutely beautiful music. I never get tired of listening to it. It is certainly one of my favorites albums in my classical music collection. I highly recommend it to anyone familiar or not at all familiar to classical music.
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Gould at his best 3 mai 2013
Par Victor S. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Until recently I've considered A. Brendel as the best Haydn performer. Not anymore. Gould beats him up in all respects. I should not be surprised though - whatever Gould performs - he does it better, than anyone else. It might be just me tough - I love whatever he does.
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